Friday 1 August 2014

NIHR report on violations to be released

A report documenting alleged human rights violations faced by Bahrainis and expatriates since the unrest in 2011 has been completed.   The first report of the National Institution for Human Rights (NIHR) will be


Women drivers 'could be forced to remove veils'

Muslim women could be forced to remove their face veils during routine stops by traffic police in Bahrain. It comes after the Shura Council approved a series of amendments to a controversial new traffic law, said a report in the G


New hotlines to be set up to curb violence

Complaint hotlines will be set up in Bahrain to record human rights violations and vandalism. They will be operated by National Unity Assembly (NUA) teams in Busaiteen and Riffa, and people living in the country's five governo


Bahrain to implement midday work ban

The Bahrain labour ministry said teams of inspectors will be out in force over the summer to ensure that companies in the kingdom abide by a midday ban on outdoor work. Under the ban, nobody should be working outdoors between midday and 4p


43 food outlets shut down

Forty-three food outlets were shut last year for violating health safety rules in the Kingdom of Bahrain, it emerged. Another 1,079 outlets were fined and 4.5 tonnes of stale food seized from the local market, according to health official


Clamp on seat belt violators

Over 4,000 motorists have been fined for seat belt violations during the past week in Dubai. A top Dubai Police official said traffic patrol vehicles have been stationed all over the emirate to intensify crackdown on errant drivers.

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