A Qatari physician received a seven-year jail sentence from a court in the UAE on Monday for supporting an illegal Islamist group, the UAE state news agency Wam said.
UAE authorities detained Mahmoud Al-Jaidah at Dubai airport on February 26, 2013 on charges of supporting Al-Isla
Bahrain's top legal authority has recommended that husbands who force their wives to have sex should not be prosecuted.
It has also suggested husbands and guardians who "reasonably" discipline their wives and daughters should be above the law, said a report in the G
A Saudi Arabian man who targeted Asians to steal credit cards has been jailed for five years.
The 41-year-old was caught after approaching an Indian victim pretending to help him withdraw cash from an ATM machine at a mall in Nuwaidrat in May last year, said a report in the Gulf
Gulf Daily News' photographer Ebrahim Al Sinan was injured in yesterday's explosion that killed three policemen in Daih.
He was standing around 10 metres from the officers fatally wounded in the blast and was hit by shrapnel and suffered a lung injury, said a report in th
Bahrain's His Majesty King Hamad last night directed security authorities to take tough measures and enforce the law on perpetrators of the terror blast, which left three policemen dead as they were performing their duty.
The Royal Court extended the King's condolences to
A four-year development plan launched in 2011 will be more than 80 per cent completed by the end of this year, according to a senior government official.
Minister of State for Implementation Mohammed Al Mutawa told a press conference after the Cabinet session yesterday that was a
Authorities have blamed workers for putting their own lives at risk by living in 'rogue' labour accommodations.
Workers often live in dilapidated structures registered as residential buildings which make it difficult for inspectors to search the facilities for safety viol
Foreign experts have drawn "startling comparisons" between explosives detonated by radicals in Bahrain and those used by insurgents in Afghanistan and Iraq, according to a report released yesterday.
The revelation was made by a committee set up to ensure recommendations
Sweeping security, justice, labour and human rights reforms far exceed BICI recommendations, Bahrain's Cabinet heard yesterday.
The session was chaired by His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa, said a report in the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister
Kuwait's 84-year-old ruler Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah has undergone a "successful minor surgery" at a hospital in the US, state news agency Kuna reported on Sunday.
Sheikh Sabah, who has ruled the US-allied Gulf Arab oil exporter since 2006, earned respect in th