Regional security experts have sounded the alarm over Iran's nuclear ambitions as a deal with the US appears to edge ever closer.
US Secretary of State John Kerry visited Riyadh yesterday (March 5) to give his reassurances tha
Work on a temporary market at a public park in Muharraq has ground to a halt amid parents' fears that their children's lives are being put in danger.
A BD3 million ($7.9 million) revamp of Muharraq Cent
Fears that counterfeit bank notes are in circulation have been allayed by the Central Bank of Bahrain (CBB).
It issued a statement yesterday in response to public concern about the “soundness of notes” in the system, s
Samsung Electronics has introduced two new wearable technology devices designed to offer consumers increased connectivity, customisation, and control.
The Samsung Gear 2 and Gear 2 Neo offer consumers enhanced connectivity and a c
Tattooed youths with AK-47s descend from hilltops onto villages pounded by Syrian artillery and break into homes, slit the throats of women and children or hack them to death. They leave, sometimes carrying bodies to hide traces of the massacre.
German government bond yields hit record lows on Friday, the US dollar rose and shares fell as the escalating bank crisis in Spain, a ratings downgrade for Greece and sluggish US data spurred investor demand for safe-haven assets.
Foreign banks are hunting for stakes in private Iraqi banks as the sector appears ripe for investment and consolidation but local banks are reluctant to take partners, fearing a loss of control, banking officials say.
Iraq's financial sec
A draft media law in the United Arab Emirates which would impose hefty fines for criticising the head of state has drawn rare public calls for the president to stop the bill.
New York-based Human Rights Watch (HRW) on Monday said the