A total of 84 policemen, including 16 senior officials, have been referred to courts in Bahrain to face charges relating to police misconduct, it has emerged. They are standing trial for torture, assault that led to death, mistreatment, batter
The Abu Dhabi Police will be opening a counter for issuing criminal clearance certificates, also known as certificates of good conduct at the 13th edition of the Abu Dhabi International Hunting and Equestrian Exhibition (Adihex 2015), to make
Alternatives to prison sentences for criminal offenders are being considered in Bahrain, it has emerged.
House arrest and mediation are among new avenues being explored, Public Prosecutor Dr Ali bin Fadhel Al Buainain told the
The speed, convenience and anonymity of the Internet are continuously being exploited by cybercriminals who are relentlessly upping their game by launching brute force targeted attacks against organisations across the Middle East and North Afric
Bahrain's law is being changed so that multiple suspected criminals can be tried as masterminds in the same case.
Current law dictates that only one defendant can be charged as a mastermind, while their all
Watering hole attacks, clickjacking and mobile threats will loom large in 2014, with cyber criminals increasingly using targeted attack methodologies in their campaigns and hiding themselves in the Deep Web, according to Trend Micro.
About 71 per cent of participants in a survey in Bahrain believe that the region is a prime target for cyber criminals, said a research report.
The research conducted by Gulf Business Machines (GBM), a leading IT solutions provide
Two former Bahrain bank employees who stole BD1.6 million ($4.24 million) by creating duplicate credit cards using fake names have each been jailed for 10 years.
The Bahrainis were convicted of fraud at the High Criminal Court.