Newspapers in Bahrain are grappling with one of the worst advertising slumps in their history and tough measures might be required unless the economy revives, a leading publisher has warned. Editor-in-Chief of the Gulf Daily News’ (G
Bahrain has lifted a ban on the main opposition newspaper which it had imposed a few days previously, accusing it of threatening national unity and relations with other states, the official news agency BNA reported.
Bahraini authorities have suspended the country's main opposition newspaper, accusing it of threatening national unity and relations with other states, the official news agency BNA reported late on Thursday.
New censorship rules for photographs published in Bahrain’s newspapers and magazines could be introduced.
The aim is to outlaw images that contravene Islam or Bahraini cultural traditions, said a report in the Gulf Daily
French anti-terrorist forces surrounding a building where they believe two men suspected of attacking the Charlie Hebdo satirical weekly are holed up want to start a dialogue and have not launched an assault, a French interior ministry spokesman
At least one hostage was seized in a town northeast of Paris on Friday during a huge manhunt for two brothers suspected of killing 12 people at a satirical weekly, according to a police source.
Five helicopters were seen flying ov
Al Araby Al Jadeed has launched a new daily Arabic newspaper to be distributed in markets around the world.
The UK-based newspaper was launched on September 2 and will remain true to Al Araby Al Jadeed’s commitment to impart
Saudi-based Makkah Newspaper, formerly called Al Nadwa Newspaper, has implemented the NewsPress, an editorial and workflow software by Layout International.
The completed reconstruction and modernisation programme will enable the
Bahrain’s HRH Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa paid tribute to our sister paper Akhbar Al Khaleej for its pioneering role in supporting national causes and its bold journalistic methods.
He said that the p
A Kuwaiti court suspended publication of the privately-owned Al-Dar newspaper for three months on Tuesday, ruling it was guilty of inciting sectarian strife, the paper's editor-in-chief said.
The court also told Abdul Hussein Al