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IKEA to remove items with rude-sounding names from Middle East stores

IKEA to remove items with rude-sounding names from Middle East stores

Furniture giant to replace names deemed offensive

Expat “loving” Christmas spent with bored hookers in soulless Bahrain bar

Expat “loving” Christmas spent with bored hookers in soulless Bahrain bar

British man hoping to continue the fun into New Year

US military asks Gulf allies to please stop tailgating fighter jets

US military asks Gulf allies to please stop tailgating fighter jets

Local F-16s accused of flying right behind US air force jets and flashing their lights

Bahrain “pleased as punch” to be making international headlines for something other than murdering own citizens

Bahrain “pleased as punch” to be making international headlines for something other than murdering own citizens

Country overjoyed to have been involved in airstrikes against ISIS

Proud Scottish expats cry for independence of country they will never return to

Proud Scottish expats cry for independence of country they will never return to

Die-hard Scots livings across region come out in support of ‘yes’ vote

Gulf to run out of summer heat metaphors by 2016

Gulf to run out of summer heat metaphors by 2016

Experts warn that ‘like an oven’ and ‘like a furnace’ have reached exhaustion point

Study links living in Bahrain with not wanting to be living in Bahrain

Study links living in Bahrain with not wanting to be living in Bahrain

New research finds close correlation between being in and wanting to leave Kingdom

The Pan-Arabia Enquirer’s Top 5 Beef Bacon Recipes

The Pan-Arabia Enquirer’s Top 5 Beef Bacon Recipes

We pick our favourite dishes using the popular pork substitute superfood

Supermarkets to narrow snack aisles in bid to combat obesity crisis

Supermarkets to narrow snack aisles in bid to combat obesity crisis

Major chains to reduce width to slimline 0.7 metres

Middle East yearns for democracy after news of Egypt’s election holiday spreads

Middle East yearns for democracy after news of Egypt’s election holiday spreads

Reports of public holiday sparks demands for political reform across region

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