Eurasia Review Oman Begins Work On GCC Railway Eurasia Review Oman is poised to start work on the first phase of a railway project which is part of the Gulf Co-operation Council (GCC) railway network, government officials told Al-Shorfa.
This combination of two photographs shows a 1932 image of the Crooked Minaret mosque next to a Yazidi shrine in Mosul, northern Iraq, from the Library of Congress, and the same site, without the shrine, on June 8, 2009. (Library of Congress/AP)
Opened in April 2014, Hamad International Airport cost $16 billion and took 10 years to build — it has a shopping emporium with 70 retail outlets, 30 cafes and restaurants, a spa, two hotels, squash courts, and a public mosque.
Times of Oman Oman to develop artificial coral reefs in Sur Times of Oman Al Aufi, in a statement, said that the agreement marks the cooperation between the private and public sector to improve and develop fisheries in Oman.
Hollywood Reporter 'Big Hero 6' to Close Abu Dhabi Film Festival Hollywood Reporter The second feature from Mostafa, one of the few Emirati filmmakers to have made the transition from shorts to full-length features, From A to B is a road movie...
Yahoo Travel Airport Review: Qatar's Completely Over-the-top Hamad International Airport Yahoo Travel In Yahoo Travel's new Airport Review series, we dissect everything you need to know — from check-in to takeoff to landing.
Asharq Alawsat English Sotheby's to auction map drawn by Lawrence of Arabia Asharq Alawsat English The map, which was drawn shortly after the end of the First World War, was based on the legendary British military intelligence officer's notes of...
ArabianBusiness.com Kuwait bans novel on bedouin's life ArabianBusiness.com Kuwait has banned a book detailing the life of a Bedouin growing up in the Gulf state during the 1980s and 1990s, according to the author.