Teenagers who spend an extra hour a day surfing the internet, watching TV or playing computer games risk performing two grades worse in exams than their peers who do not, according to research by British scientists.
A ceasefire in a Syrian town near the Lebanese border and two villages to the north has broken down after renewed shelling, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitoring group said on Saturday.
The truce b
Three nurseries in Bahrain have been closed down for operating without a licence.
Owners of Al Alem Al Sagheer Kindergarten in Manama, Al Seef Kindergarten in Duraz and Al Masahel Kindergarten in Meqsha were yesterday (July 27) re
Six abandoned homes in Bahrain thought to be used for ‘illicit acts’ have been knocked down.
They are among more than 100 houses earmarked for demolition by the Northern Governorate’s Abandoned and Suspicious Hom
Two rat-infested food warehouses and one filled with expired produce have been shut down in Bahrain by health officials.
All three belonged to ‘major traders’, according to Health Ministry Food Control Section head Moh
Twitter chief executive officer Dick Costolo abruptly announced he was stepping down amid increasing scrutiny of the company's slow user growth and inability to attract advertisers at the same rate as its competitors.
Bahrain Petroleum Company (Bapco) conducted a safety 'stand down' procedure over its entire spectrum of operations in the presence of staff and contractor employees, explaining various safety procedures.
Bapco deputy chief
A call has gone out to revamp run-down houses located in historical areas in Bahrain instead of demolishing them.
Bahrain Authority for Culture and Antiquities (BACA) heritage construction consultant Dr Alaa El Habashi said the te
Bahrain is cracking down hard on illegal taxi drivers.
General Director of Traffic Shaikh Nasser bin Abdulrahman Al Khalifa said that in March, April and May 64 Asians, Bahrainis and Gulf nationals who run illegal taxis were arres
A campaign against illegal street vendors in a densely populated area of Bahrain has resulted in more than 100 roadside stalls being shut down in the first quarter of the year.
It was launched by the Northern Municipality based on