The Emirates Diplomatic Academy has received the first batch of students for its post-graduate diploma programme in UAE Diplomacy and International Relations, a programme spread over nine months.
It will equip
SDKA International, a global resources firm dedicated to financing, production, refining, processing, transportation, storage and supply of a broad range of commodities, has entered the North American market and appointed Raisaka Masebelanga a
Muscat International Shipping and Logistics, a leading Omani logistics firm, has delivered diesel generators for the Masirah Oman power plant, according to a report.
The cargo comprised seven Wärtsilä generator sets, wei
International tourism demand continued to be robust between January and April with the Middle East recording a 4 per cent increase in the number of arrivals.
Worldwide, international tourist arrivals increased by 4 per cent betwee
The International Investment Bank has donated to Alia for Early Intervention Centre, a school run by the Bahrain Society for Children with Behavioural and Communication Difficulties, as part of its community outreach.
Middle Eastern carriers witnessed a substantial increase in demand for international travel in May, with a 14 per cent increase, as travellers planned their holidays prior to the Ramadan period in June, said a report by International Air Transpo
A Bahraini short film has made it into 20 international film festivals around the world.
Elements Cine Productions co-founder Saleh Nass wrote and directed ‘Central Market,’ which was screened yesterday (June 25) at th
Dubai-based telecommunications operator du has unveiled special rates for both national and international calls in the UAE for Ramadan.
The customers can make national calls for only 0.3 fils per second - at a discount of 50 per c
Viva Bahrain is offering its prepaid customers a chance to transfer prepaid credit to their family and friends in their home country and receive free international calling minutes.
This special Ramadan offer, enables Viva prepaid
Dubai-based telecommunications operator du has reduced the international calling rates for its Filipino customers to just 36 fils ($0.09) per minute, to any number in the Philippines.
It represents an extension to the recent