Six hundred workers in Bahrain allegedly sacked for absenteeism have so far registered with unionists.
Companies who dismissed staff for allegedly skipping work to take part in anti-government protests will be summoned next week to make th
Brutal attacks on Asian workers by anti-government protesters in Bahrain have been condemned by two human rights organisations.
The Migrant Workers Protection Society (MWPS) and Bahrain Human Rights Watch Society (BHRWS) described foreign
Hundreds of expats have been leaving Bahrain over the past three days, it has emerged.
However, travel agents reiterated there were still several options on the table for those planning to head to the Indian subcontinent and Europe, among
MPs will quiz Bahrain's Interior Minister Shaikh Rashid bin Abdulla Al Khalifa over the response to the unrest in parliament today.
Parliament's 22 MPs attending weekly sessions will ask Shaikh Rashid about the ministry's respo
Postponement of this year's Formula One race has already cost the Gulf Hotels Group in Bahrain around half a million dinars.
And the continuing political unrest in the kingdom has seen the hotel suffer a massive fall in business, accor
A strike has been announced by Bahrain's largest trade union in solidarity with protesters injured during clashes with riot police near the Bahrain Financial Harbour.
The General Federation of Bahrain Trade Unions (GFBTU) said the deci
Bahrain's Al Asala and the Independent Bloc last night appealed to His Majesty King Hamad to enforce martial law.
They called for the Bahrain Defence Force (BDF) to intervene to preserve security and stability. The blocs also urged a b
One person was killed and another was fighting for life last night after allegedly being attacked by youths in Manama.
Pakistani Abdul Malik, 30, was on his way to buy food when he was fatally attacked at around 7.30pm. Pakistan Embassy ch
Protesters who blocked roads into Manama can no longer be considered peaceful and their actions are severely harming Bahrain's economy, said a leading businesswoman.
Every citizen has the right to protest within the law without infring
Traders in Manama have been forced to offer massive discounts in a desperate attempt to lure customers back into their shops - with some actually closing down as a result of ongoing protests.
Businesses have resorted to selling their produ