Eng Sultan bin Saeed Al Mansoori, Minister of Economy, held several bilateral meetings discussing trade and economic ties with senior officials from around the world on the sidelines of the ongoing 7th annual Investment Meeting (AIM 2017) in Dub
High-profile government officials and private entities involved in maritime activities today (November 24) discussed latest developments in the industry at the Dubai Maritime Innovation Workshop hosted by the Dubai Maritime City Authority (DMCA)
Leading Arab ministers in charge of mineral resources, senior officials, experts and leaders of organisations operating in the mining sector today (November 22) attended the opening of the 14th International Arab Mineral Resources Conference in
Global partnership is essential to meet disaster reduction goals, a senior official said at the opening of the 5th edition of the Civil Defence Exhibition and Conference, which was held in Doha, Qatar, yesterday (November 2).
A group senior officials from Oman’s Sohar Port and Freezone visited India as a part a three-day tour to promote the new Gulf gateway to South Asian investors and discuss the sultanate’s logistics sector, a report said.
Health officials have issued a stark warning about the dangers of medical tourism as growing numbers of Bahrainis look abroad for kidney transplants.
Since 1997, when the Health Ministry opened its Yusuf Khalil Almoayyed Nephrolog
Health officials have launched an investigation into the source of a Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (Mers-CoV) infection in South Korea that could be traced back to Bahrain.
A 68-year-old South Korean man contracted
A court in Oman sentenced two ex-government officials on Sunday to three years in jail for abuse of office, local media reported, one of a series of trials that began last year to curb corruption in the sultanate.
Top government officials have rejected criticism after Bahrain allegedly paid out BD600 million ($1.6 billion) to foreign owned companies last year.
Some MPs have alleged firms from countries such as the UK and US were given prior
Eight government officials in Bahrain have been suspended in connection with 25 major corruption cases under investigation following audit report revelations.
The Cabinet originally referred 20 cases to the Interior Ministry's