The chief executive of Oman's National Gas Co SAOG has been detained by the public prosecutor for questioning in relation to a widespread corruption probe involving the oil industry, a source in the prosecutor's office said on Monday.
Police in Bahrain will be on high alert from tomorrow (July 10) to ensure people do not breach a ban on eating, drinking or smoking in public during the fasting hours of Ramadan, a report said.
Patrols will be stepped up across th
Bahrain's parliament is holding British authorities responsible after two publicity seekers were allowed to camp out on the Bahrain Embassy in London for more than 24 hours.
It issued a statement yesterday in which it demanded the pros
Bahrain’s crime rate has decreased as a direct result of last year's unrest, said a top official, adding that the number of cases dropped from 102,255 in 2010 to 84,626 last year.
The Public Prosecution recorded a significant drop of more
Yemen's parliament approved a law on Saturday granting outgoing President Ali Abdullah Saleh immunity from prosecution, part of a deal for him to step down after nearly a year of unrest.
Protesters and the opposition have accused the secur
Bahrain yesterday (December 24) dropped against 43 protesters as part of an ongoing assessment of national safety procedures and a review of certain charges, said a senior official.
A total of 343 others will also soon benefit, added Publi
An Egyptian court trying ousted President Hosni Mubarak over the killing of protesters convened on Wednesday to hear more testimonies after police witnesses suggested this week that neither he nor his interior minister gave orders to shoot.
A total of 120 convenience stores from across Bahrain have been referred to the Public Prosecution since the beginning of the year for illegally selling individual cigarette or banned tobacco products, said a senior official.
The move by t