Bahrain’s national carrier has suspended flights to Sana'a, in Yemen, from today (March 26) due to safety concerns.
Gulf Air announced the decision was taken as a precaution, after Yemen's President AbdRabbu Mansour
The challenges and concerns to global women leaders was the focus of a conference as part of the 105th International Women's Day celebration in Dubai, UAE recently.
The 18th Global Women Leaders Conference, which was organised
The World Health Organization (WHO) said it remained worried about the spread of Mers, a respiratory disease that has infected and killed hundreds of people, overwhelmingly in Saudi Arabia.
In an update issued after a meeting of i
Kalashnikov Concern, a part of Rostec State Corporation, has launched its new brand, as part of a rebranding of its corporate brand initiative.
It has been designed to help the producer of small arms, with its 95 per cent share of
Brent crude futures slipped further away from $93 a barrel on Tuesday and partially erased the previous session's gains, with concerns about abundant supply outweighing the positive boost to prices from the US dollar's recent weakness.
Overweight issues has proved to be a high concern among Middle Eastern women due to an unhealthy diet and lack of exercise, according to a recent report.
The statistics released by Majid Al Futtaim, a leading shopping mall, retail
An outbreak of deadly Mers virus infections remains a serious public health problem, the World Health Organisation said on Tuesday, but an upsurge in cases is abating and the disease does not constitute a global emergency.
Gold eased on Wednesday, following the previous session's gains, as the dollar rose after strong US data boosted prospects the Federal Reserve may trim its stimulus this month, but prices held above $1,400 on continued concerns around Syria.
The Turkish lira hovered just off record lows near two to the dollar on Monday while the 2-year benchmark bond yield inched above 10 per cent in quiet trade, as heightened concern over the conflict in Syria weighed.
The lira was a