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380 Bahrain firms violate summer work ban

A total of 380 firms violated Bahrain's summer work ban this year. During the last two weeks of the ban, which ended on Sunday, 114 violations were registered involving 259 labourers. Labour Ministry officials have inspected 1

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Special travel ban task force urged in Bahrain

Bahrain continues to face challenges when it comes to travel ban victims because of a lack of co-operation between government bodies, according to a rights report. The Bahrain Human Rights Watch Society (BHRWS) has released its sh

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More firms ignore Bahrain’s summer work ban

More than 260 organisations have violated Bahrain's summer work ban in the last seven weeks, a senior official has revealed. Inspectors visited 14,532 sites and recorded 266 violations involving 652 workers since the ban came

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Bahrain confirms livestock import ban

Bahrain has confirmed a ban on imports of livestock and meat products from Sierra Leone, Liberia, Guinea and Nigeria following an outbreak of Ebola, which has killed hundreds in the four West African countries. Municipalities and

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200 firms in Bahrain defy summer work ban

Nearly 200 companies have violated Bahrain's summer work ban in less than 30 days.   About 70 per cent of the violations were registered in construction sites in the capi

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Bahrain's three-star hotels hit by crackdown

Three-star hotels in Bahrain are already feeling the impact of the alcohol and live entertainment ban imposed by the Culture Ministry two weeks ago.   In the past, Eid has me

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Bahrain's three-star hotels hit by crackdown

Three-star hotels in Bahrain are already feeling the impact of the alcohol and live entertainment ban imposed by the Culture Ministry two weeks ago.   In the past, Eid has me

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Complaint plan on alcohol ban in Bahrain

Tourism investors are planning to file a complaint with the World Tourism Organisation against Bahrain’s tourism directorate and Culture Minister Shaikha Mai bint Mohammed Al Khalifa following a decision ba

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Complaint plan on alcohol ban in Bahrain

Tourism investors are planning to file a complaint with the World Tourism Organisation against Bahrain’s tourism directorate and Culture Minister Shaikha Mai bint Mohammed Al Khalifa following a decision ba

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Bahrain's alcohol clamp to stay: minister

There is no going back on an alcohol ban imposed on three-star hotels in Bahrain, Culture Minister Shaikha Mai bint Mohammed Al Khalifa reiterated yesterday.   She rejected f

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