The authorities have denied accusations of torture and repressing the opposition, and say they are protecting national security from terrorists.
Arab finance ministers meeting in Cairo renewed a promise first made in April to boost the Palestinian Authority’s budget with a US$100 million monthly transfer.
Kirwa’s four-year suspension is backdated to May 7.
Washington mengumumkan rancangan mengadakan satu persidangan di Manama dan pegawainya akan membentangkan aspek ekonomi pelan damai pintu belakang negara itu.
'We were not consulted by any party on the announced meeting to take place in Manama, Bahrain,' says a secretary general of the Palestine Liberation Organization.
The supreme court also handed out jail terms for dozens of others on terror-related charges and having links to Iran.
Qatar in retaliation to a few Arab countries decides not to grant its 'enemies' visas into the country.
Entrepreneur Development Minister Redzuan Yusof says the Gulf country also wants to explore investment opportunities in Malaysia.
Anak Michael Schumacher beri kejutan berjaya kemudi jentera Ferrari dan berada di kedudukan ke-8 dan ke-6 dalam F2
Bermula di petak pertama tidak menjaminkan apabila apa jua kerosakan mungkin berlaku sepanjang perlumbaan
Leclerc tewaskan Vettel, Hamilton dan Bottas untuk bernula di petak pertama di Litar Bahrain.
Litar Bahrain mempunyai 2 zon sistem pengurangan pecutan yang membolehkan pelumba F1 untuk memintas jentera lain
Bahrain has been gripped by bouts of unrest since 2011, when authorities cracked down on Shia-led protests demanding political reform.
Ferrari are the most successful team in Bahrain.
Bapco's expansion will boost the capacity of its oil refinery to 360,000 barrels per day (bpd) from the current 267,000 bpd.
Bahrain’s central bank has issued 'final rules on a range of activities relevant to crypto assets.'
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is in high spirits as he declared the two-day, US-organised conference 'a historical turning point' during the opening dinner Wednesday night.
Hakeem Al Araibi was arrested on his honeymoon trip after an Interpol notice.
Thailand dropped extradition proceedings against detained Bahraini refugee footballer Hakeem al-Araibi on Monday.
Soccer players and organisations around the world have called for Araibi's release.
The football player tied his arrest to his criticism of the Asian Football Confederation president, Sheikh Salman bin Embrahim Al Khalifa.
The attorney general's office in Thailand says the court presiding over the case will need two to three months to deliver a verdict.
Australian Prime Minister says he sent a second letter to Thai Prime Minister after being 'very disturbed' by the sight of Hakeem al-Araibi in chains during a court appearance Monday.
The FFA and Australian Government, as well as Fifa and the international players' union FIFPro have all advocated for the release of Araibi, who has said he fears for his safety if he is returned to Bahrain.