Child abuse cases, including complaints of physical, sexual and psychological abuse and "extreme negligence", registered by the government-run Child Protection Centre rose from 257 in 2012 to 428 last year, marking an increase of 60 per cent.
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Saudi Arabia is importing 80 per cent of its food products while the remaining 20 per cent is produced within the kingdom, a report said.
Overall, GCC countries are importing 90 per cent of food requirements from other countries, Arab News said, quoting a recent World Bank report
Two men were killed and another was injured when a homemade bomb they were transporting by car exploded in the Muqsha district of Bahrain yesterday (April 19), a report said.
It happened in the centre of a residential area at about 3pm, according to the report published in the Gu
Saudi Arabia is among the four highest military spenders globally, according to a new report by Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI).
World military expenditure totalled $1.75 trillion in 2013, a fall of 1.9 per cent in real terms since 2012, according to the
An explosion in a car killed two people and wounded a third in Bahrain on Saturday, the Interior Ministry said.
The ministry said on its Twitter account the explosion was in the mostly Shi'ite village of al-Maqshaa', along the Budayya highway, outside of the capital Manam
The US has a long-term commitment to Bahrain and the region, a senior American naval officer has said.
"We have been here for more than 63 years and we look forward to a nice long time in the future as well," US Naval Forces Central Command Deputy Commander Rear Admiral
Fresh chicken shortages could hit Bahraini supermarkets after poultry farmers yesterday stepped up their strike.
A union representing 31 of the country's 33 poultry farms announced they would one after another halt purchases of baby chicks from Bahrain'
Germany-based Grohe, a leading bathroom fittings manufacturer, has extended its warranty on its professional range to 10 years in a move to combat product plagiarism.
These efforts not only serve to uphold the company’s trademark rights but also protect end users and home o
More than 2,500 people tucked into an array of fresh food and sampled a raft of health and fitness products yesterday at the opening of two major exhibitions being held in Bahrain International Exhibition and Convention Centre (BIECC) in Sanabis.
Poultry farmers are furious with MPs after their complaints were not raised in parliament yesterday and could stage a full strike.
Farmers have been on "strike" for more than a month, but have made concessions to continue supplying chicken after gove