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Emirates Airlines Barred From Flying To And From Tunisia

Tunisia’s transport ministry confirmed that the Emirates Airlines is suspended to fly to and from the country after the airlines denied Tunisian women from boarding the flights to Dubai. The transport ministry said in a statement on its Facebook page that it “has decided to suspend flights of Emirates Airlines …

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91% Working Women In Qatar Rate Labour Laws As ‘Fair’

  91.1 1 percent of working women in a Qatar believe that labour laws are fair to them. According to a survey the ‘Working Women in the Middle East and North Africa’ survey by Bayt.com and global online market research company. The survey wanted to explore the status of working …

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Breaking! Saudi Women Will Also Be Allowed To Drive Motorcycles And Trucks

Months after the historic decision to grant women their right to drive in the kingdom, Saudi women will be able to drive trucks and motorcycles, officials have said. In a starling change of the stringent rules in the desert country, in late September Saudi Arabia had announced that it will finally …

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Three Kuwaiti Women Arrested After Having ‘Fun’

Police have arrested three young Kuwaiti women and are on a look out for their three lovers, who reportedly had ‘fun’ inside an apartment in Mahboula after the men got the girls drunk, robbed them and escaped. The search for the men started when a young Kuwaiti was having fun …

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Saudi Women Shell Out SR11.6 Million To Obtain Driving Licenses In Three Countries

The total number of driving licenses obtained by Saudi women in the UAE, Bahrain and Jordan has reached 7550, costing SR11,627 million, according to a report. The women got their licenses after attending 22 hours of training courses, and clearing mandatory tests. Imam Muhammad bin Saud Islamic University (IMSIU) in …

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Majority Of Saudi Youngsters Ready To Marry Divorcees And Widows

According to a survey in Saudi Arabia, 77.3 percent of the young men have no problem to marry women who are divorces and 67.2 percent are ready to marry widows. Additionally, 74.6 percent of the young men have no issues in getting married to an older spinster. The survey had …

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Myanmar Soldiers Exploited Women: HRW

Human Rights Watch said that Myanmar’s security forces raped women and girls as part of a campaign of ethnic cleaning against Rohingya Muslims in the Rakhine State. HRW underlined how troops gathered women and girls into groups and gang-raped them. Women even said that they witnessed murders of their spouses …

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Authorities In Saudi Arabia Arrest 2 Men Dressed As Women

Cross dressing isn’t tolerated in Saudi Arabia and in most of the Other Arab states and anybody indulged in the act are punishable. Recently, police detained two young men who were roaming around in a shopping center in Buraidah. They were dressed as women wearing Abayas. The police were informed …

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Saudi TV Anchor Tweets Controversy

A Saudi TV presenter has been slammed after she said in a statement, that women should lead prayers and stand side by side with men. In a now deleted tweet, Nadine Albudair, TV presenter at Rotana, said that: “It’s from religious progression to stand in prayer with men, or in front …

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Qatari Women To Enter The Shura Council For The First Time

Qatar has appointed women to one of its important consultative bodies, the Shura Council, for the first time, according to a royal decree announced on Thursday. Four women will be a part of a 45 member strong council responsible for discussing draft laws approved by the cabinet, general government policy …

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