The Ministry of Interior has joined hands with the UAE telecom giant Etisalat to launch an array of new e-services ahead of the GITEX 2014 expo.
This step is in pursuance of their commitment to develop police services aimed at boo
Two gunmen on a motorbike assassinated a senior Egyptian Interior Ministry official outside his home in Cairo on Tuesday, security officials said, putting pressure on the military-backed government as it struggles to contain an Islamist insurgen
Bahrain Airport Company (BAC) has obtained an advanced blast protection unit and has handed it over to the Airport Police Directorate (Ministry of Interior) in a move to ensure security at Bahrain International Airport.
Bahrain’s police say they have foiled a major terror plot after a raid an ammunition warehouse. During which a total of 150 Molotov cocktails, homemade weapons and ready-to-use bombs were seized.
"The confiscations incl
New steps to confront terrorism and street violence in Bahrain were highlighted by a top official during a visit to the Interior Ministry by HRH Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa.
Interior Minister Lieutena
The United Arab Emirates embassy in the Libyan capital Tripoli was attacked on Thursday morning, with no injuries reported, an interior ministry spokesman said.
Diplomatic and security sources said it appeared a rocket-propelled g
An explosive device was detonated last night (July 17) in a crowded parking area of a mosque in the West Riffa district of Bahrain, a report said.
The bomb, a combination of gas cylinders and homemade explosives, was inside a car.
Bahrain yesterday (July 2) launched an independent ombudsman to investigate allegations of torture and police misconduct, a report said.
The office will operate independently at the Interior Ministry and will probe complaints made
The UAE Ministry of Interior and Ministry of Social Affairs held a key meeting to discuss the existing draft law for juveniles and proposed certain amendments in this connection.
All the articles in a draft law for juveniles affirm that
Bahrain is set to introduce new rules to tackle the problem of employers withholding the passports of foreign workers, said a top government official.
The new system will end the need for employers to keep people's passports,