Tuesday 29 July 2014

Bahrain police to monitor Ramadan clamp

Bahrain police will be out in force to ensure people do not breach a ban on eating and drinking in public during the fasting hours of Ramadan. Patrols will be stepped up across the country to catch offenders, who could face fines of up to


Obama to demand BP pay for oil spill damage

US President Barack Obama, seeking to demonstrate strong leadership on the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, will demand on Wednesday that BP set aside billions of dollars to pay damages from the catastrophe. A day after he vowed to fight the spil


Bahrain’s illegal expats face setback

Scores of illegal residents have been unable to exploit a chance to leave Bahrain without fear of prosecution because they cannot afford to pay their outstanding fines, said a report. Expatriates who had overstayed their resident permit or


RAK food outlets fined for sales violation

The UAE Ministry of Economy’s consumer protection department has fined more than 18 outlets in Ras Al Khaimah’s (RAK) fruits, meat and vegetables market for pricing and sales violations. Outlets were fined a minimum of Dh1,000 ($272) as pa


Etisalat helps view traffic fines

More than 300,000 customers have used Etisalat’s instant access to Dubai Police service to view their traffic fines. Etisalat customers have demonstrated the popularity of the Dubai Police fines enquiry service available on their mobile ph

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