People in Bahrain who promote or glorify terrorist acts could be jailed for up to 10 years and fined BD5,000 ($13,255) as part of tougher punishments.
The proposed amendment to the Anti-Terrorism Law will also apply to those who o
Bahrain’s tough new traffic law that came into force yesterday (February 8) will only be effective if it is properly enforced, according to motorists.
Speaking to the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister publication, a
Tougher punishments for people who take advantage of children have been approved by Bahrain’s Shura Council.
The parliamentary proposal involves jail sentences of six months and fines of at least BD200 ($526) for those found
Plummeting oil prices may affect Bahrain's decision on whether to expand its only oil refinery next year, a senior oil executive said.
He also predicted that growing refining capacity in the region would also squeeze product m
A nationwide campaign has been launched to raise awareness about Bahrain's new traffic law, which includes stricter punishments for motoring offences.
The tough law, which was ratified by His Majesty King Hamad in July last ye
Bahrain is set to enforce its tough new traffic law from February 8, it was declared yesterday (December 25).
The executive code for the law has almost been finalised, Legislative and Legal Opinion Commission president Abdulla Al
Turbulence in financial markets has always existed and those who succeed have planned well in advance to tackle the tough times, an expert has said.
Indian software giant Infosys former chief financial officer and board member Ven
Bahrain’s King Hamad has urged authorities to take stringent counter-terrorism measures, decisively and earnestly.
"Strict measures must be expedited to confront terrorism, or else it will spread out to our lands,"
With the knockout rounds of the World Cup coinciding with the beginning of Ramadan, Muslim players must decide whether to observe the month-long religious fast which begins this weekend.
France, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, Alge
Bahrain's tough new traffic law is in doubt after MPs insisted on banning some expats from getting licences, introducing stricter penalties for drunk drivers and allowing women to keep face veils on if they are stopped by police.