More than 6,000 children living in a Syrian refugee camp have benefited from humanitarian aid provided by Bahrain.
The UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) released a report detailing Bahrain’s contributions, through the Royal Charity
A second consignment of aid that includes 25 tonnes of food, 6,000 litres of bottled water, 1,000 plastic carpets, 300 waterproof tents and 30 power generators will be sent to Nepal to help its earthquake-hit citizens.
A national hotline dedicated to helping human trafficking victims in Bahrain will soon be launched.
It will also address different complaints submitted by Bahrain's expatriate community, which makes up more than half of the po
Up to 100 people may have had direct or indirect contact with the first person to be diagnosed with the Ebola virus in the United States, and four of his relatives have been quarantined in an apartment in Dallas, health officials said.
A Bangladeshi who was allegedly killed over BD50 ($131.8) of unpaid rent before being stuffed into a suitcase and dumped on a construction site has been identified.
The badly decomposed body of Haris Kanu Miah was found buried und
A Pakistani whose brother suffered severe brain damage during a brutal attack in Bahrain three years ago has been stranded at the airport for two nights.
Ghulam Nabi returned to Bahrain on Friday after visiting
A Pakistani who suffered severe brain damage during a brutal attack three years ago could finally get BD50,000 ($131,836) compensation from the government, according to a top official.
A gang of 10 men attacked Irfan Ahmad Bakhsh
Diplomats have denied accusations they are not doing enough to help their nationals allegedly living as destitutes in Bahrain.
Thousands of people of a variety of nationalities are thought to be stranded with bans on their passpor
One of the five men charged with the gang rape and murder of an Indian student said police tortured him in custody and he and at least three of his co-defendants say they are innocent, lawyers said on Thursday.
The five accused ar