A US federal appeals court has rejected the Trump administration's request to immediately reinstate a travel ban blocked by a federal judge on Friday, media reports said.
The Department of Justice had lodged the request with t
Abu Dhabi Global Market (ADGM), the international financial centre in Abu Dhabi, has appointed Right Honourable Lord David Hope of Craighead as chief justice of Abu Dhabi Global Market Courts.
Lord Hope w
The perpetrators of Sitra terrorist attack will be brought to justice and held accountable, Bahrain’s Premier said as he chaired a security meeting at Gudaibiya Palace yesterday (July 28).
He was speaking after the blast kil
One by one, the names of the 298 passengers and crew who died aboard Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 will be read aloud by relatives on Friday (July 17), a year after the passenger jet was shot out of the sky over rebel-held eastern Ukraine.
JPMorgan Chase & Co has reached a tentative $13 billion deal with the US Justice Department and other government agencies to settle investigations into bad mortgage loans the bank sold to investors before the financial crisis, a source famil
Demonstrators took to the streets in dozens of US cities on Saturday to vent their anger over the acquittal in Florida of the man who shot unarmed black teenager Trayvon Martin to death and to call for federal charges in the racially tinged case
Bahrain has defended a judicial decision to sentence opposition activist Nabeel Rajab to three years behind bars.
Minister of State for Information Affairs Sameera Rajab said the ruling was legitimate and the action of police when
A Bahrain court has dissolved the Islamic Action Society (Amal) following a legal complaint by the Justice, Islamic Affairs and Endowments Ministry.
The Ministry filed a case against the political society last month, accusing it of violat
Bahrain's protesters have no right to use Molotov cocktails and other dangerous tools, a veteran US Congressman said, adding that students and protesters who violated the law should be brought to justice to face charges.
Bahrain has created a BD10 million ($26.5 million) fund to compensate families of Bahrainis and expatriates killed or injured during the unrest, said a top official.
The Justice, Islamic Affairs and Endowments Ministry will start accepting