A Ramadan tent safety alert has been issued in Bahrain over concerns that the traditional pastime could be endangering lives.
People smoking sheesha inside often highly flammable tents set up specially for the holy month, as well
Police in Bahrain are on high alert with checkpoints and strict measures put in place as religious processions take place across the country.
Annual processions marking the death of Imam Ali, Prophet Mohammed’s cousin and fo
Hospitals in Bahrain are on high alert and ambulances are being stationed closer to mosques to ensure a rapid response in the event of an emergency, it has emerged.
Staffing is also being stepped up after a spate of terrorist atta
Bahrain's police force will be on high alert today (July 3), patrolling major mosques across the kingdom in the wake of a terror threat.
Each area will have a designated police major in charge of co-ordinating with heads of mo
A warning has gone out to expatriate property buyers in Bahrain to beware the small print in their contracts.
It follows several complaints, received by the real estate committee at Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI),
Saudi Arabia has put security forces on alert for a possible militant attack on a shopping mall or energy installation, Interior Ministry spokesman Mansour Turki said on Monday.
"There was information about a possible act tar
Clones of a dangerous 'superbug' that can be passed from patient to patient have reportedly been found in hospitals in the GCC, including Bahrain.
Researchers at the University of Queensland in Australia yesterday reveale
A weather warning remained in place for Bahrain yesterday (April 13) as heavy winds lashed the country and shrouded it in a dust haze.
With just days to go before the Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix, visibility was poor at Bahrain Int
People are being warned against buying food advertised on social media or sold on the street by unlicensed retailers in Bahrain.
The alert was issued by Health Ministry public health and primary healthcare assistant under-secretar
A new study has shown that 20 per cent of government employees share their passwords, risking leaks of ‘sensitive’ and ‘confidential’ information.
They could risk state security as they become easy targets