The Gulf Co-operation Council yesterday called on Iran to strictly honour its obligations under the nuclear deal.
Doctors have reportedly given a three-year-old Bahraini boy in a coma three weeks to pull through.
Conmen using advanced technologies to forge documents have prompted Bahrain’s police force to undergo special training.
High-tech solutions to combat congestion on the King Fahad Causeway are being discussed, it has emerged.
New equipment that warns of potential sandstorms, strong winds and heavy rains has been installed.
Sunset Hills, a $100 million part of the $1 billion Al Areen development, was referred after investors made a complaint.
A call went out yesterday for GCC countries and their peoples to stand united against forces seeking...
Plans for a new hospitality college catering exclusively for Bahrainis and Gulf nationals have been put forward...
AN Asian worker suffered minor injuries when fire ripped through a private farm in Bilad Al Qadeem yesterday.
The Fourth Lower Criminal Court will today hold the second session for the trial of Al Wefaq Islamic Society member...
His Majesty King Hamad has extended an official invitation to Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi to visit Bahrain.
Forty government schools are to undergo facelifts.
A meeting was held between the Capital Trustees Board and the eGovernment Authority (eGA) to discuss ways of improving..
The Shura Council yesterday rallied behind the leadership in confronting blatant Iranian interference....
SOCIAL media could be included in a new Press Law currently being drawn up by the government.
PRESS reports published in local and international media were also on the agenda of the Cabinet meeting yesterday.
AMERICAN citizens living in Bahrain will soon be forced to report their annual financial accounts...
Bahrain yesterday announced plans to provide quality jobs to Bahrainis, particularly in the education and banking sector
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