Dubai's chief of police has revealed that at least one of the suspects arrested by Bahraini authorities in connection with Monday's blast, which killed three policemen in Daih, was trained by Hizbollah.
A twin suicide bombing targeting the Iranian cultural centre in Beirut killed six people on Wednesday, in an attack claimed by an Al Qaeda-linked group which said it was a response to the military intervention of Iran and Hezbollah in the Syrian
Bahrain has "hard evidence" of Hizbollah's continuous meddling in its local affairs, according to the country's police chief.
Public Security Chief Major General Tariq Al Hassan believes the outlawed terrorist gr
Qatar has stressed it has had no direct or indirect contact with Syria's regime, as the head of Lebanon's pro-Syria Hizbollah movement said he had received an envoy from Doha.
"Qatar does not have any direct or indire
Bahrain has started a major probe into Hizbollah's activities in the kingdom, said a senior government official.
Interior Minister Lieutenant-General Shaikh Rashid bin Abdulla Al Khalifa has directed investigators to examine p
Bahrain has officially decided to put Hizbollah on the list of terror organisations. His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa sent a letter in this regard to parliament chairman Dr Khalifa Al Dhahrani.
Bahrain’s Cabinet has approved parliament's proposal to brand Lebanese militant group Hizbollah a "terrorist organisation".
HRH Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa has referred the proposal to t
The GCC countries intend to deport a first batch of over 2,000 Lebanese within few weeks over their links to Hizbollah and Iran's Welayat Al Faqih, a Kuwaiti newspaper said.
Quoting a diplomat, Al Seyassah said Lebanese groups
Bahrain has evidence that Hizbollah is involved in fomenting dissension and supporting a terror plan targeting the safety and security of the kingdom and other GCC countries, the Foreign Minister said.
Shaikh Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifa st
Saudi King Abdullah will visit Lebanon on Friday and urge rival parties to exercise restraint amid tensions over the possible implication of Hizbollah in the murder of ex-premier Rafiq Hariri, a government official said yesterday.