Drugs with an estimated street value of BD5 million ($13.2 million) have been destroyed by Bahraini authorities.
The illegal narcotics, weighing more than 2,000kg, were confiscated by police between 2001 and 2007, said a report in
A Japanese garden created by a Bahrain resident more than 30 years ago was bulldozed yesterday (March 30) to make way for a new public park.
Hundreds of trees and plants were destroyed on the 300 square metre garden in Hajjiyat, w
Items worth an estimated BD25,000 ($64,462.9) were destroyed in a fire at a carpentry workshop in Bahrain yesterday (September 1).
It broke out at Abdulredha Carpentry Workshop, in Suq Waqif, Hamad Town, at around 7am and has been
Fire ripped through one of the biggest suqs in Bahrain yesterday (June 2), destroying four popular shops and causing long tailbacks for nearly two hours.
Sixty-five Civil Defence personnel, 18 fire engines and
If Saddam Hussein's Iraq is anything to go by, destroying Syria's massive chemical weapons arsenal will mean checking dozens of far-flung sites in a war zone while the government employs delaying tactics to hide the banned munitions, a
The Guardian, a major outlet for revelations based on leaks from former US intelligence contractor Edward Snowden, says the British government threatened legal action against the newspaper unless it either destroyed the classified documents or h
Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has warned that the Islamic Republic would destroy the Israeli cities of Tel Aviv and Haifa if its nuclear infrastructure came under attack from the Jewish state.
Israel puts little st
Iran has threatened to destroy US military bases across the Middle East and target Israel within minutes of being attacked, said a Iranian media report, as Revolutionary Guards extended test-firing of ballistic missiles into a third day.
Grohe, a leading manufacturer of premium sanitary fittings, said it has joined forces with the Sharjah Department of Economic Development (SEDD) to destroy tens of thousands of counterfeit sanitary products in the emirates.
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Nations including Syria, Iraq and Israel should join a landmark pact for destroying stockpiles of chemical weapons as they serve hardly any security or strategic purpose, a watchdog agency has said.
Rogelio Pfirter, director-general at the