A campaign has been launched to flush illegal foreign residents out of a Bahraini fishing village, which has been branded the “capital of Bangladesh” by a municipal councillor. The people of Galali, in Muharraq, are now being urged
Shelters run by foreign embassies and non-governmental organisations will soon be shut down in Bahrain. Distressed expatriates housed in those shelters will be relocated to a new government-run centre under the supervision of the Labour Market
A man who put up posters advertising his kidney for sale in Bahrain said he wants to raise enough money to pay for his mother’s cancer treatment. The Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister publication, first broke the story on Monday
Bahrain could become the first country in the region to enter a partnership that ensures ethical recruitment of expatriates. The idea is to set up a network of trustworthy recruitment agencies through an International Recruitment Integrity Sys
Bahrain has climbed one place higher in a global survey of expatriate destination countries. The HSBC 2015 Expat Explorer survey ranked Bahrain fourth in the world for expat satisfaction – up from fifth last year – following first
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Expatriates working illegally in Bahrain have been warned against exploiting a general amnesty that allows them to return home without facing any penalties.
Foreign diplomats told the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister pub
Thousands of leaflets explaining the current amnesty for illegal residents will be distributed in mosques across Bahrain from tomorrow (July 17).
The initiative by the embassies of Pakistan and Bangladesh is targeting eligible Mus
Employment growth among foreigners was more than double that of Bahrainis during the first quarter of the year, it has emerged.
The figure was six per cent employment growth for expats, compared to just two per cent for Bahra
Bahrain spends an average of BD426 ($1,122) per citizen annually on medical care, compared with BD256 per expatriate.
Supreme Council for Health chairman Lieutenant-General Dr Shaikh Mohammed bin Abdulla Al Khalifa revealed the fi