May 3, 2001
Bahrain has set a course to stage the first naval exhibition in the Middle East.
Bahrain's Emir Sheikh Hamad Bin Isa Al-Khalifa left for France on Friday, May 3, for talks on the situation in the Gulf, the Middle East peace process and ways of improving bilateral ties, the Gulf N
May 2, 2001
Bahrain is counting on the Hawar islands to boost tourism, following a settlement with Qatar on the territory, a Bahraini official said Tuesday, May 1. "The Hawar islands are a very good attraction an
A $66.3-million job creation program has been announced by the prime minister of Bahrain, Shaikh Khalifa Bin Salman Al-Khalifa, aiming to combat the high unemployment rate in the Gulf state, unofficia
May 1, 2001
Bahraini job seekers will get cash assistance until they are found places in training schemes, the emir, Sheikh Hamad al-Khalifa, has decreed.
A Bahrain-US investment treaty aimed at enhancing and promoting investments between the two countries will come into effect later this month.
Bahrain and the UAE reviewed on Monday bilateral and regional issues, during a visit to Abu Dhabi by Bahrain's Prime Minister Sheikh Khalifa al-Khalif
April 30, 2001
An all-out effort is being made to find job opportunities for Bahraini nationals and solve the problem of unemployment among citizens.
A US company which has developed a high-security airline boarding system is to make Bahrain its regional base.
Bahrainis are at greater risk of heart disease than those in many other parts of the world, according to a study.
Bahrain is to tighten rules governing the entry into the country of women travelling alone.
April 28, 2001
More than 200 women will gather in Bahrain on Saturday to secure legal rights for women throughout the Arab world.
April 25, 2001
The challenges facing the petrochemical industries in the Arab world will come under the spotlight at an international conference to be held in Bahrai
200 women from across the Arab world will take part in a two-day Women and Law Forum, which will be held in Bahrain on Saturday.
Tough new laws are being drawn up to “protect Bahrain’s waters from pollution and over-fishing.”