Stress and unhealthy living are driving up levels of heart disease among the Gulf’s young Indian population, according to a visiting expert reported the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister publication.
Two dead dugongs have washed up in as many months along Bahrain’s northern coast. Illegal sand dredging has been blamed for the demise of the marine mammals, which are categorised as under threat by the International Union for Conservati
More cyclists were killed on Bahrain’s roads in the first eight months of this year than the whole of 2014, it has been revealed. Troubling new figures released yesterday (September 13) by the General Directorate of Traffic showed that t
Bahrain’s fish stocks could be wiped out within three years unless urgent action is taken, according to an expert.
Agriculture and Marine Resources Directorate marine licences acting head Abdulla Isa said shrimp trawling was
Environmentalists have sounded the alarm over an overwhelming rise in dead sea mammals being washed up on Bahrain's shores.
Sea creatures, especially dolphins, are increasingly in danger with at least two deaths recorded each
Euro zone finance officials acknowledged being "in a mess" over Cyprus during a conference call on Wednesday and discussed imposing capital controls to insulate the region from a possible collapse of the Cypriot econo
France's inability to make rapid adjustments to its economy is a serious concern and should be ringing alarm bells for the euro zone, according to a study examining the health of the euro 17 countries.
The report by the Lisbon Council rank
Bahrain will go pink this month in support of breast cancer awareness and prevention, with alarming statistics showing GCC women were developing the illness as early as in their teens.
Fundraising activities and awareness drives to highlig
International alarm over Europe's debt crisis reached new heights with US President Barack Obama pressing the bloc's big countries to show leadership as talk of a Greek default escalated and markets heaped pressure on Italy.
Some iPhone users in Asia complained of malfunctioning alarms on the first working day of 2011, even after Apple reassured users that its phones' built-in clocks will work from Monday.
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