The European Union should grant Turks visa-free travel in October or the migrant deal that involves Turkey stemming the flow of illegal migrants to the bloc should be put aside, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu told a German newspaper.
Batelco, Bahrain's leading telecom company, has issued a warning to its customers to be on the alert over fraudulent emails.
A number of Batelco customers have reported receiving emails which appears to come from someone they
EgyptAir's chairman on Thursday denied media reports that the airliner which crashed into the Mediterranean in May had sent a series of technical warnings during flight in the 24 hours before it disappeared from radar screens.
The United States embassy in Bulgaria has warned its citizens to avoid a busy transport hub in the capital Sofia because of a potential threat against an unspecified bus line.
"The US Embassy has received information of a pos
Saudi Arabia's Jarir Marketing expects its first-quarter sales to fall by up to 30 percent year-on-year, the retailer warned on Tuesday.
Most of its product lines will see lower sales, particularly high-end smart phones and co
Moroccan property company Alliances Developpement said on Monday that its 2015 net profit would be significantly lower than its previous forecast of 226 million moroccan dirhams ($22.3 million).
That forecast was given last August
Saudi Arabia and Bahrain warned their citizens on Tuesday against travel to Lebanon, citing safety concerns, and the United Arab Emirates said it was banning its nationals from visiting the Mediterranean country.
The moves by the
A leading international relations expert has denounced activists in America seeking to destabilise Bahrain and the Gulf region. He issued a warning yesterday (February 10) over fundraising by Bahraini agitators abroad, amid concerns the money
A final warning has gone out to seven traders standing in the way of a long-stalled redevelopment of one of Bahrain’s oldest markets. They have been blamed for delaying the multi-million-dinar upgrade of Muharraq Central Market by refusi
A fifth of diabetes patients in Bahrain are at risk of going blind from a condition that can seriously damage eyesight, an expert has warned. That is because 20.4 per cent of them have diabetic retinopathy, revealed King Abdulla Medical City O