Bahrain

April 17, 2013

As protests continue in the run up to the Formula One, new figures show that the event has generated $1.3 billion for Bahrain (MOHAMMED AL-SHAIKH / AFP)
09:01 GMT

As protests increase in the run up to the Bahrain Gran Prix, new figures show that the race has generated $1.3 billion for the small island nation in the nine years since it first hosted the race.

April 16, 2013

Bahraini boys run for cover during clashes following an anti-regime rally in support of political activists held in prison in the village of Jidhafs, west of Manama on Monday. (Photo:  AFP /MOHAMMED AL-SHAIKH) - Photo used for illustrative purposes -
11:41 GMT

Police in Bahrain fired tear gas and clashed with students on Tuesday in a raid on a secondary school in the capital, Manama, AP reports.

April 11, 2013

Kuwait will finance development projects worth $1.3 billion in Bahrain
08:47 GMT

Kuwait will finance development projects worth $1.3 billion in Bahrain over the next few years, a report said.

April 9, 2013

A Bahraini protester holds a banner during an anti-regime rally in solidarity with jailed political activists and against the upcoming Bahrain Formula One Grand Prix. (TOPSHOTS/AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMED AL-SHAIKH)
13:22 GMT

According to the emirate's authorities, four suspects have been arrested following the attacks.

'Michael Learns to Rock' dig it in the Middle East
08:31 GMT

After gigs all across Asia, 'Michael Learns to Rock' band from Denmark quotes Dubai and Bahrain as two of the most memorable locations they have played.

April 3, 2013

Bahrain is a high growth market for Saudi Arabian Airlines , as traffic between the two kingdoms surges
10:07 GMT

Bahrain is a high growth market for Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudia) as air traffic between the two kingdoms continues to surge, the Saudi national carrier's top official said.

April 2, 2013

Image of aeroplane flying used for illustrative purpose
15:03 GMT

Bahrain's Shura Council has approved new legislation aimed at tightening regulation in the country's aviation sector

April 1, 2013

Fatima Abdel Rehim is alive to act another day after brush with death
09:23 GMT

A Bahraini actress had a near death experience....while filming an execution scene in the TV drama “Not a Tear of Sadness". Fatima Abdel Rehim found herself wrestling with the real possibility of death when the stunt went horribly wrong.

March 28, 2013

The shadow of a Bahraini protestor is seen over a graffiti which reads in Arabic "steadfast" during clashes with riot police following the funeral of Jaffar Jassim al-Taweel in the village of Sitra, south of Manama on March 27, 2013. 35-year-old Taweel died in the hospital after developing respiratory complications and according to his relatives is due to the inhalation of poisonous tear gas that riot police used during a protest in March 2013. (AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMED AL-SHAIKH)
15:00 GMT

After facing trial for treating anti-government protestors, 21 medics have their sentenced overturned by Bahrain's appeal court.

Construction site
13:56 GMT

The government looks set to miss its deadline on house-building

March 25, 2013

Bahrain, home of Arig HQ
11:04 GMT

Chief exec refuses to speak after a fiery debate with disgruntled shareholders

March 21, 2013

Bahrain's telecoms watchdog is facing legal action
10:51 GMT

Legal action is being taken against Bahrain's telecom watchdog for allegedly barring Menatelecom from bidding to offer 4G mobile phone services.

March 19, 2013

Bahrain
13:49 GMT

Sabah Khalil will remain on the bank's board.

March 17, 2013

Employees in Bahrain currently enjoy 30 working days holiday per year
11:46 GMT

Firms could challenge the interpretation of Bahrain's Labour Law that currently gives employees 30 working days of annual leave.

March 14, 2013

A Bahraini woman holds up her national flag decorated with anti-government slogans in the village of Jidhafs, west of Manama. (AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMED AL-SHAIKH)
10:59 GMT

On the second anniversary of the Saudi-led crackdown on Bahraini protestors, demonstrators take to the streets again.