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Sultanate at Arab League emergency meet on Palestine
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Wadi Hawir: beauty at risk
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HM Cup hockey championship action from Dec 5
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China dominant importer of Oman crude in October
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HM receives greetings from Fahd
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Oman Observer Nov 15
A 28km stretch of opens to traffic in Wilayat of Al Kamil Wal Wafi
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Watch the hidden gems of Al Alyaa village that most tourists never seen. Locating in Wadi Bani Kharous in the Wilayat of Al Awabi, the village beckons tourists from different places in
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Oman Observer Nov 15
Sultanate takes part in Arab League Emergency Meeting on Palestine
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Oman Observer Nov 15
The 2nd edition of Muscat Eat Festival launched under the auspices of Maitha bint Saif al Mahrouqi, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Tourism, at the Al Mouj Golf Course. The festival will continue until November 17
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Oman Observer Nov 15
On the occasion of the 48th National Day, there will be a 30-minute fireworks display in Amerat and Seeb (near to the Al Khoudh Dam) on Sunday November 18, 2018. The Supreme Committee for National Day Celebrations has announced
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Oman Observer Nov 15
HM Sultan Qaboos receives a cable of congratulations from Deputy Prime Minister for the Council of Ministers on the occasion of the 48th National Day
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Dr Ahmed bin Mohammed al Saidi, Minister of Health, pays a visit to the construction site of the new Sultan Qaboos Hospital in
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Oman Observer Nov 15
On the occasion of the 48th National Day and the celebrations of the Birth of the Prophet (PBUH), the National Museum will remain open as per the regular working hours; Saturday – Thursday (10 am – 5 pm), Fridays (2 pm – 6 pm).
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Oman Observer Nov 15
Punch-up in Sri Lankan parliament as thousands rally
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Cruise ship visits Salalah port
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Oman Observer Nov 15
Oman Observer is celebrating its 37th birthday today. We thank all our readers for the support and love. The journey wasn't an easy one to become the most trusted news source in Oman. 37 years of true journalism without any sensationalism. Thank you all.
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