A massive drug haul with an estimated street value of BD200 million ($526.7 million) has been seized by Bahraini authorities.
The smuggling operation, considered the largest in the region, was foiled by the Interior Ministry's
Dubai Customs at Dubai International Airport (DXB) Terminal 3 recently foiled a bid to smuggle in 9.2 kg of pure heroin, which was found skilfully concealed in the lining of an Asian passenger’s bag.
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Bahrain and other Gulf countries are planning new legislation to curb fuel smuggling.
Smuggling of fuel, including diesel, petrol and other products, is frequent across borders where different levels of fuel subsidies create price
Gulf countries including the UAE and Saudi Arabia are formulating new legislation to curb fuel smuggling, the UAE energy minister said on Tuesday.
Smuggling of fuel, including diesel, gasoline and other products, is frequent acros
The US is working closely with the Iraqi Kurdistan Regional Government to clamp down on oil smuggling in a bid to cut off a key source of funding for Islamic State, a senior US official said.
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A new crackdown on fish smuggling has been launched amid growing fears of depleting stocks in Bahrain.
The Municipalities and Urban Planning Affairs Ministry wants to introduce tougher penalties, saying the exi
Egypt's food subsidy bill will be 30 billion Egyptian pounds ($4.31 billion) this year, an amount that is expected to remain stable in the next fiscal year that begins in July, the new supplies minister said, pledging to tackle a smuggling &
A Bahraini father and his teenage son have been jailed for 10 years each in connection with smuggling weapons into Bahrain.
The 49-year-old man, who worked for the Justice, Islamic Affairs and Endowments Ministry, and the 19-year-
New details of a notorious drug smuggling gang that was operating in Bahrain have come to light.
Twenty-three men were apprehended last November when an estimated BD2 million ($5.2 million) worth of raw heroin was discovered at an
Al Qaeda-linked militants, drug smugglers and shadowy criminal networks stand in the way of the Somali federal government's hopes of hiring a foreign firm to manage the lucrative but run-down southern port of Kismayu.
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