Sunday, March 24, 2019

Father of Saudi teen in Thailand, seeks meeting

BANGKOK: The father of an 18-year-old Saudi woman asylum seeker who fled to Thailand saying she feared...

Saudi woman ‘under care’ of UN agency

BANGKOK: This handout picture shows 18-year-old Saudi woman Rahaf Mohammed Al-Qunun being escorted by a Thai immigration officer and a United...

Saudi teen refugee wants to fight for other women

TORONTO: Rahaf Mohammed Al-Qunun addresses the media during a press conference yesterday at the offices of COSTI, a refugee resettling agency....

India approves Kuwait pact on domestic workers

NEW DELHI: The Indian cabinet yesterday approved signing an agreement between India and Kuwait for cooperation on recruitment of domestic workers, a...

Qatar Cabinet approves proposals to allow foreigners own property

Expanded World Cup to generate $300-400 million windfall DOHA: Qatar's Cabinet has approved proposals to allow foreigners to own...

A look at Saudi Arabia’s treatment of women

DUBAI: A desperate legal fight by 18-year-old Saudi Rahaf Mohammed Al-Qunun to stop her deportation from Bangkok airport has yet again shone...

Govt slammed after UK teen’s baby son dies

LONDON: The British government drew fresh criticism yesterday over its decision to revoke citizenship from a London teenager who joined the Islamic...

Qatar blockade hits Asian Cup

ABU DHABI: When the United Arab Emirates take on bitter Gulf rivals Qatar in the Asian Cup semi-finals today, good luck spotting...

UAE open to co-hosting World Cup 2022

Khalfan Al-Romaithi ABU DHABI: United Arab Emirates sports chief Mohammed Khalfan Al-Romaithi believes the Gulf nation would welcome...

Hamza bin Laden stripped of his Saudi citizenship

Hamza bin Laden RIYADH: Hamza bin Laden, a son of late Al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden, seen as...

Trudeau notches a win with Saudi refugee

'We believe very strongly that women's rights are human rights' TORONTO: Rahaf Mohammed Al-Qunun, 18, addressed the media...

UAE deports man who praised attacks

DUBAI: An employee at a Dubai-based security company was fired and deported for celebrating the deadly New Zealand mosque attacks under a...

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