Iran has still not addressed specific issues that could feed suspicions it may have researched an atomic bomb, a UN watchdog report has showed, potentially complicating efforts by six powers to clinch a nuclear deal with Tehran.
The final countdown has begun for The Bahrain Award for Entrepreneurship's 'People's Choice Award' online poll as voting remains open until 1pm on Saturday (February 21).
The category has so far received 4,000 onl
The Bahrain Noor El Ain festival (BNEA) has extended its deadline for retailers to register for the Shop and Win scheme until the January 29.
Retail participation is overwhelmingly positive and has exponentially grown since the in
Iran and six powers failed for a second time this year on Monday to resolve their 12-year dispute over Tehran's nuclear ambitions and gave themselves seven more months to overcome the deadlock that has prevented them from clinching an histor
A deadline for resolving a 12-year-old dispute over Iran's nuclear program may be extended from Monday until March because of sharp disagreements between Tehran and world powers, officials close to the talks said on Thursday.
Iran and world powers remain far apart over Tehran's nuclear programme, and they face a "difficult road" to reach a deal by a late November deadline, a senior Iranian negotiator said.
Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi spoke af
Several pharmacies in Bahrain have violated a decision to implement the unified pricing structure for the third batch of medicines which came into effect yesterday (September 1).
The move is part of a GCC-wide medicine price stand
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said Tehran hoped to reach a "positive result" in talks with world powers on its nuclear programme ahead of a November deadline, thanks in part to support from Russia.
Iran may have failed to meet a deadline for addressing UN concerns about suspected nuclear bomb research, but it could still act to influence a key report due next week, diplomatic sources said on Wednesday.
The sources, who follo
Iraq's top cleric, Grand Ayatollah Ali Sistani, raised the pressure yesterday on MPs to agree on a prime minister before the newly elected parliament meets on Tuesday, trying to avert months of wrangling in the face of an insurgent blitz ove