The winds of change are unexpectedly blowing through the Levant.
In the aftermath of the Iran nuclear agreement, there was a broad expectation, both in the region and beyond, that sectarian tensions and conflic
Bahrain’s reputation for tolerance and inclusivity has been hailed as a model for the region by Turkey’s head of religious affairs. Turkey’s Religious Affairs Directorate president Professor Mehmet Görmez said that despi
Oil prices rose on Friday on hopes that the Greek debt crisis could be resolved and as Chinese stocks rebounded, but analysts said bigger jumps were unlikely as global crude production remained high.
Greece has tabled a cash-for-r
New measures have been introduced to treat sickle cell sufferers in Bahrain, including scrapping a protocol that forces patients to wait eight hours before being administered morphine and dedicating a ward for women.
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A Bahraini child suffering from a chronic illness will be flown to India next week to undergo a lung transplant.
Nine-year-old Karrar Yaseen Alsari has been suffering from lung cirrhosis since he was two, but his parents have been unabl
A father of three who has been detained in an immigration jail for almost six months says he is losing hope of ever returning home to his family.
The 34-year-old says he is desperate to go back to the Philippin
Microsoft Lebanon recently offered software licences to humanitarian society Caritas’ HOPE Center for children with learning disabilities in Beirut.
Under the slogan: "Together We Make A Difference”, the partnersh
The Bahrain Summer 2011 Festival, which aims to spread a message of hope, love and optimism in the kingdom, the region and beyond, will open on July1.
The third annual event from July 1 to 31 includes events and activ
Nessma TV, a Maghrebian commercial TV channel, will highlight success stories of Palestinians around the world in its feature called Palestine Week to be aired under the theme of “hope”.
Palestine Week will beam from today (March 8) to Mar
Dubai World is likely to press for more time to restructure its $22 billion debt so markets can recover, which will ease credit conditions and enable it to sell assets at higher prices, bankers and analysts said.
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