Just Falafel, a Middle Eastern food concept that is redefining street food, is sending off its “Help Us Help You” campaign winner, 18-year old Aqil Rashid for his first term at the ivy league Brown University in Boston, US.
Missouri's governor lifted the curfew for the St. Louis suburb of the US town of Ferguson on Monday as National Guard troops were called out after days of violent unrest sparked by the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager by a white p
A US company has won a $22 million contract to maintain Isa Air Base and American anti-missile defence systems in Riffa.
Texas-based Kellogg Brown and Root Services will provide management and administration se
Millward Brown, a leader in brand, media and communications research, has opened its new office in Jeddah.
The company has been conducting research assignments in Saudi Arabia for several years, but is now establishing a permanent
United Furniture, a UAE-based furniture company, has unveiled its latest furniture collection.
The new collection draws inspiration from Arabic influences with a modern approach and it consists of cheerful designs and textures, wh
Dubai Autodrome, a motorsport venue has appointed Richard Birch as the new general manager, in place of Hamish Brown who left the company last month.
Birch has been with the company since 2006 and brings a wealth of experience in
Allegations that former British prime minister Gordon Brown was a target of illegal data gathering by Rupert Murdoch's newspapers piled pressure on the media baron as he tried to prevent investors pulling out of his News Corp empire.
The Liberal Democrats agreed on Wednesday to rule with the larger Conservatives under new Prime Minister David Cameron in Britain's first coalition government since 1945.
The agreement between the two parties, reached five days after a
Britain's two big rival political forces planned to resume wooing the smaller Liberal Democrats on Tuesday after Prime Minister Gordon Brown said he would step aside to try to keep his Labour Party in power.
Brown's announcement disrupted
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown was set to announce on Tuesday a May 6 parliamentary election which could bring down the curtain on 13 years of rule by his centre-left Labour Party.
Brown will meet Queen Elizabeth on Tuesday to request