East Asian expats in UAE believe Clinton a safer option in US election Topics: This is the fifth in a daily series that explores how expats from around the world feel ahead of the US presidential election on November 8. We have spoken to people ... Abu Dhabi National, 4 weeks ago
UAE's Latin American expats voice support for Hilary Clinton - Abu Dhabi National, 1 month ago
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MAI AL ABRIA It's an opportunity many Oman residents, both local and expatriates, would like to have — to take a photo of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos. But on this photo that has been shared and liked so many times on social media, His Majesty was ...Oman Observer, 1 week ago
If the 2016 presidential vote is close, Americans living abroad might decide the winner. In Germany, for instance, non-military expatriates overwelmingly favor Hillary Clinton. But will their votes make any difference? One of the novel aspects of a ...Deutsche Welle, 3 weeks ago For US expats, Clinton is the choice and Trump is a danger Abu Dhabi National, 3 weeks ago US election 2016: The difficulties voters may face BBC, 3 weeks ago US election: Clinton top choice for UAE's Arab residents, though a reluctant one for some Abu Dhabi National, 3 weeks ago
AMMAN —Al Ghad— Economists have voiced their concerns over the increasing pressures on the domestic Saudi private sector to minimise spending, in addition to the regulation of substituting foreign labour with Saudis, at a time when the global ...Al Ghad, 4 weeks ago
The Goan Welfare Association (GWA), a community forum of expatriates from the Indian state of Goa in Qatar, celebrated World Goa Day-2016 with a slew of cultural activities at Mercure Grand Hotel. World Goa Day was started by the World Alliance of ...Gulf Times, 1 month ago
With his debut novel Ruins, Rajith Savanadasa joins that increasingly-long list of Sri Lankan expatriate writers which includes names like Michael Ondaatje and Romesh Gunasekara. Savanadasa lives in Australia but this story takes place in Sri ...Daily Mirror Sri Lanka, 1 month ago
The prize-winning author on leaving Ireland, childhood trauma and finding a new voice It was literally like being let out of prison, says Sebastian Barry of his new novel Days Without End, an astonishing portrait of mid-19th century America as seen ...The Guardian, 1 month ago
Billionaire James Packer has expressed concern for Crown Resortsemployees detained in China. Billionaire gaming mogul James Packer has broken his silence over the arrests of . On Thursday, 18 Crown employees were arrested in China including three ...Inverell Times, 1 month ago
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Telecommunication companies in Qatar have seen a 50% drop in revenue in international voice calls year-on-year in the last three years due to consumers increasing data usage, Vodafone's chief technology security officer Shaik Abdulkhader has said. ...Gulf Times, 1 month ago
BINAYAK DATTA In the hot and dusty dirt roads of our rural hinterland sometime in April of 2014, a baritone voice in rich rhetoric cries hoarse on black money whether we should allow the dishonest black money holders to go scot-free with all of ...Navhind Times, 1 month ago
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