A Bahraini human rights group said it had been targeted by anti-government hackers shortly before it was due to attend a major meeting of the United Nations Human Rights Council (HRC) in Geneva.
The Bahrain Human Rights Watch Soci
Activists have pledged to set up a watchdog to monitor the implementation of new rules regulating labour accommodation in Bahrain.
The Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister publication, reported yesterday (March 31) on a Cabi
About 81 per cent of private schools and 68 per cent of government schools have been ranked as only satisfactory or inadequate by Bahrain's education watchdog.
The National Authority of Qualifications and Quality Assurance for Educa
Global banking supervisors are reviewing a rule that allows banks to hold little or no capital against risky sovereign debt held on their books.
The so-called zero-risk weighting rule was heavily criticised during the euro zone de
A high-level UN nuclear watchdog team will visit Tehran for talks in coming days, Iran said on Friday, more than a month after it missed a deadline for addressing questions about its suspected atomic bomb research.
Bahrain’s main rights watchdog opened up its records to share its annual report with envoys from around the world.
The National Institution for Human Rights (NIHR) met a host of ambassadors at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Manam
The head of the global chemical weapons watchdog overseeing the destruction of Syria's toxic stockpile is considering launching a fact-finding mission on his own initiative to investigate reports of chlorine gas attacks there, sources said.
Saudi Arabia plans to regulate local companies that screen shows on YouTube, a senior official was quoted as saying in local media - a move that could stifle its nascent creative industries.
The kingdom is the world's top per
Kuwait's parliament has approved the first reading of a bill to create the country's first independent telecoms watchdog, according to the assembly's website, a move that could lead to further liberalisation of the sector.
International watchdogs criticising Bahrain's human rights record have been urged to focus on terror groups that are brainwashing children and exploiting them in acts of violence.
In an interview with French weekly magazine Va