Around nine million litres of floodwater were removed from Bahrain’s roads and drains yesterday (November 25) following heavy downpours overnight. Dozens of tankers were deployed to clear the floods, which reached a height of one metre i
Chaos reigned on Bahrain’s roads yesterday (July 28) with four serious accidents, a vehicle fire and a motorcyclist killed in a hit-and-run.
It began early, when a head-on collision at the Seef intersection of Shaikh Khalifa
Truck delays at the Bahraini-Saudi border are allegedly spilling over to Bahrain's main port.
Hundreds of trucks are reportedly queueing for up to eight days at the Khalifa Bin Salman Port, in Muharraq, as drivers await cleara
Massive truck bottlenecks on King Fahad Causeway were yesterday the focus of a Cabinet session in Bahrain chaired by His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa.
They pose a serious t
Investing in Libyan stocks may sound like an absurd idea at a time when the North African country is descending into chaos and armed militias seize oil ports or ministries at will.
Ever since the ouster of Muammar Gaddafi in 2011,
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said in remarks broadcast he hoped France would change its policies in the Middle East and Arab world under President Francois Hollande, warning against 'inciting chaos and crisis'.
'I hope the
A massive police crackdown proved hugely successful as thousands joined protests called by a coalition of five opposition groups held across Bahrain on Friday.
Police averted traffic chaos and no-one was injured despite groups of protester
Thousands of people were stranded for hours at the Bahrain and UAE borders with Saudi Arabia yesterday.
A three-hour delay on the Bahrain side of the King Fahad Causeway was blamed on a computer glitch on the Saudi side, but it was not cle