A young Bahraini singing sensation whose music videos have been watched tens of millions of times performed to an audience of thousands in Dubai yesterday (August 16). Abdul Rahman Kanoo International School student Hala Al Turk rose to promin
Bolstering youngsters' skills is a key to driving forward Bahrain's workforce and development, said the Crown Prince yesterday (May 28).
They must be allowed to capitalise on opportunities to improve their leadership and a
An expert has warned about the damaging effect of regional wars on the development of young Arabs, with 60 per cent of the Arab population aged under 25.
He has predicted that violence, gender inequality and poverty will only incr
Rehabilitation experts are training young children in Bahrain, who get dragged into street violence, to create art from used tyres.
They hope the programme will help juveniles, aged between seven and 15, to be reintegrated into so
Companies in the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region have raised $11.5 billion last year, through 27 initial public offerings (IPOs), nearly four times more than the $3 billion in 2013, according to a report.
The Ernst &
The steady increase in breast cancer cases among younger women in the UAE is presenting a new challenge in the fight against what has become the most common malignancy in females in the country, according to an expert.
The UAE is
An initiative has been launched to help young Bahraini entrepreneurs turn their projects into successful businesses that will contribute to the national economy.
The "Intilaqa" (Start Up) development initiative is the br
Young entrepreneurs should celebrate both failures and successes, Sir Richard Branson said in an exclusive interview with Vision, a Dubai-based publication.
Branson, who is regarded as the entrepreneur’s entrepreneur, starte
After spending most of the month-long Gaza war trapped at home watching the news for hours, Palestinian Salam Al-Bayid returned to her university for the first time on Thursday to find the administration building with its facade in pieces.
The current issues facing young Arab entrepreneurs in the region were identified and discussed at an ongoing summit in Dubai, said a report.
The three-day ArabNet Digital Summit 2014, which runs till tomorrow (