A revolutionary new way of dealing with social, economic, cultural and problems in the corporate world will be the focus of a forum starting today (February 1). Experts from more than 50 countries are taking part in the five-day third Learning
Four leading Arab politicians and thought leaders have called for the convening of the second Syrian National Congress in a bid to solve the Syrian crisis.
"This is the only way (out)," said Abdelelah Alkhatib, former fo
Eye experts at Moorfields Eye Hospital Dubai have stressed the need for regular vision screening, after a public screening session in the emirate on World Diabetes Day revealed that more than 20 per cent of people screened had some type of previ
About 25 per cent of Europeans are reported to suffer from bad breath, which could be a sign of serious internal health problems.
According to German PrpDente, poor oral hygiene is the main cause of bad s
A think tank is to be set up in Bahrain to tackle the growing problem of cybercrime.
The Middle East is twice as susceptible to cyber-attacks compared with the global average, according to research released by Microsoft, said a re
Seven out of 10 Saudis are suffering from obesity, which is turning out to be a major cause of concern in the kingdom, said a report.
About 37 per cent of Saudi Arabian women face weight-related problems, which are compounded beca
More than 100 Asian businessmen met Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) members and discussed the problems they faced.
The meeting was attended by former president of businessmen's society Khalid Almoayyed, Asian b
Libya said on Wednesday its crude oil output, much of which has been paralysed for more than two weeks by labour unrest, had fallen again as new problems appeared at oilfields.
"Production is lower than yesterday. Today it is
Corrosion costs the planet billions of dollars each year and it is incumbent on humans to find solutions to this 'cancer of metals', said Bahrain Energy Minister Dr Abdulhussain Mirza.
He was speaking at the opening of the 14t
A debt crisis is still gripping the developed world, European Central Bank policymaker Juergen Stark said, adding there was no alternative but for countries to take painful steps to consolidate their public finances.
'The crisis is not