Poor expatriates living in Bahrain have been hit hard by rising costs of postal charges, according to campaigners.
Bahrain Post increased postage rates by up to 300 per cent last December, which has affected businesses, especially
The United States has made a formal promise to Russia not to execute or torture Edward Snowden if he is sent home to face charges of illegally disclosing government secrets, and the Kremlin said Russian and US security agencies are in talks over
Financial data company Markit, the International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA) and 13 banks were charged with blocking two exchanges from entering the credit derivatives market in the last decade in breach of EU antitrust rules.
China and the US will set up a working group on cyber-security, US Secretary of State John Kerry said on Saturday, as the two sides moved to ease months of tensions and mutual accusations of hacking and Internet theft.
UAE-based telecommunications company Etisalat has announced the revision of its telegram service charges bringing it in line with current industry standards.
The company’s telegram service was launched in 1992, allowi
Pressure is mounting on Libya to hand over Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, son of the late Libyan leader, to the international war crimes court after a defence lawyer said he had been physically attacked and misled over the charges against him.
Viva, the newest mobile telecommunications service provider in Kuwait, has introduced its Global Surf-On Roaming scheme offering a wide range of data roaming packages for its customers.
Under this offer, customers can enjoy Viva's roam
Army Staff Sergeant Robert Bales, accused of killing Afghan civilians in a shooting rampage in Kandahar province last week, will be charged with 17 counts of murder, a US official said on Thursday.
Earlier accounts of the incident, which h
Three former Nakheel officials and two other executives have been acquitted of committing financial irregularities, a report said.
The Dubai Court of First Instance cleared the officials of a list of charges including bribery, office abuse
Bahrain yesterday (December 24) dropped against 43 protesters as part of an ongoing assessment of national safety procedures and a review of certain charges, said a senior official.
A total of 343 others will also soon benefit, added Publi