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Search efforts led by Australia have focused on a broad expanse of the southern Indian Ocean off Australia, roughly 3,700 km from France's Reunion Island
The community has finally raised the money demanded by the family of a Bangladeshi man accidentally killed by his co-worker, who has been in jail for nearly 20yrs
Korean construction giant is hired for 2,500MW power plant; slated for completion in June 2018
Dubai airline says it will launch fourth daily A380 in December; will add 3,570 seats per week on route
Indonesian officials are hoping to release a maid on death row next week, more than a year after paying $1.8m in ‘blood money’
Sheep imported to Kuwait are being “tied up and shoved into car boots in 50 degree temperatures before being brutally slaughtered,” the animal welfare organisation claims
Japanese property is run solely by robot staff and even includes a dinosaur concierge
Meeting will also discuss early plans for reforms in response to corruption scandals which have rocked FIFA.
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Australian expat Jodi Magi was deported from UAE this week for a picture and comments she posted on her Facebook page
Swiss national held after Saudi firm claims he had demanded payment in exchange for not disclosing confidential information
Swiss team hopes eventually to cross the finish line in Abu Dhabi, where they started on March 9
European woman lodged complaint against Jodi Magi’s Facebook post
Jodi Magi was fined and detained in jail pending deportation
Tehran is gearing up for a big trade and investment boom that could reshape the region, while Saudi officials claim the Middle East is now a "more dangerous part of the world"
There will be no reduction in wages as a result of shorter hours, the Ministry of Labour announced...
Holy month is likely to start on June 18, with gov't employees working 9am to 2pm
With the theme 'Creating a Regional Framework for Prosperity and Peace through Public-Private...
King Abdullah II says projects will be delivered via public private partnerships; part of new...
Prominent firms stump up support for new youth unemployment target for WEF’s Regional Business...
Gordon Brown says public-private partnerships needed to drive urgently needed infrastructure...
Aramex chief Fadi Ghandour says youth unemployment is biggest challenge and biggest opportunity...
Riyadh's new rulers enjoy more scope to make dramatic and unexpected interventions than their...
Organisations seeking donations to help provide relief to thousands of victims
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The next step should be to increase utility prices. Too much electricity is wasted in air conditioning and lighting. If prices are doubled, then people... more
I would love to give my employees off at least on Sunday, but unfortunately, we are restricted by market conditions... I have customers that will be open... more
There is nothing “amusing” about watching depressed marine mammals circling in barren concrete tanks and forced to perform demeaning tricks. Keep SeaWorld... more