The line between pharmaceuticals and technology is blurring as companies join forces to tackle chronic diseases using high-tech devices that combine biology, software and hardware.
GlaxoSmithKline and Google parent Alphabet are th
Muslim countries have agreed to work together more closely to fight terrorism and other crimes and will establish an Istanbul-based centre for greater police co-operation, President Tayyip Erdogan said.
Bahrain is committed to the fight against terror, stressed Foreign Minister Shaikh Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifa. He said Bahrain stood firmly with the international coalition to combat the Islamic State (IS), also known as Daesh or ISIL, and wo
More than 80 international drug and biotech firms urged governments to work with them to combat drug-resistant superbugs which could kill tens of millions of people within decades unless progress is made and new antibiotics found.
Bahrain’s Premier has called for a new national agenda to withstand financial fallout of shrinking oil revenues. The roadmap will enable Bahrain to adapt to the oil price slump, rationalise government spending and boost non-oil revenues
Kuwait and Iran have cut their crude oil prices to Asia to multi-year lows against top exporter Saudi Arabia as the battle for market share among producers pits member of Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) against each ot
Scientists have discovered why trinitrotoluene (TNT) is so toxic to plants and intend to use this knowledge to tackle the problem of cleaning up the many sites worldwide contaminated by the commonly used explosive.
A new scheme is being initiated by the Indian government to provide its nationals living in Bahrain with legal aid to fight labour disputes and rights violations. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the project, which would benefit n
Iran's foreign minister called on Sunday for a united front among all Middle Eastern nations to fight militancy, in his first regional trip after reaching a nuclear deal with world powers that raised concerns among Iran's Gulf Arab neigh
The United Nations has alerted aid groups to be prepared for a possible humanitarian pause in fighting in Yemen, starting as early as Friday (July 3), that would allow them to deliver assistance to some of the 21 million people in need.