Flat6Labs Bahrain hosted its Second Demo Day at The National Theatre of Bahrain where eight startups from its second cycle pitched their businesses. The second cycle received over 200 applications from more than 40 countries which were
Poor Maria (India Eisley) isn’t quite the Carrie White of her wealthy, every-town USA high school, but she inhabits the same circle of Hell, the one filled with girls who aren’t cute enough or self-confident enough or socia
Turkey’s economy entered its first recession in a decade, official data showed yesterday, just weeks before President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s government faces local elections where growth and inflation will be key issues for
Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas appointed longtime ally Mohammad Shtayyeh as prime minister on Sunday, a senior official said, in a move seen as part of efforts to further isolate Hamas. Abbas asked Shtayyeh, a member of the central
The owner of a grounded cargo ship that is leaking oil into World Heritage-listed waters in the Solomon Islands has apologised for the environmental disaster but denied the crew were drunk when the accident happened. MV Solomon Trader
Radio stations in Australia, Canada and New Zealand are refusing to play Michael Jackson’s music in the wake of fresh allegations against him of child sex abuse. Sydney’s Nova Entertainment on Thursday became the latest rad
Over 2,200 companies in the Kingdom have registered with National Bureau for Revenue since the implementation of Value-Added Tax (VAT), said Minister of Finance and National Economy, Shaikh Salman bin Khalifa Al Khalifa.