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Thursday, October 1, 2020

New Saudi-Bahrain causeway to cost $4-5 Billion

A proposed second causeway linking Saudi Arabia and Bahrain underlines the deep relations between the two kingdoms, the Bahraini transport minister said at a...

Bahrain: Company releases salary arrears of unpaid workers

A construction company has started releasing the salary arrears of workers who have not been paid for a long time after the successful intervention...

Bahrain’s best budget car deals below BHD6,000

Looking to buy a car this summer, Gulf Insider did the research for you! Check out this big car deals below BHD 6,000!...

An Elite Ramadan

Looking for the perfect place to take your family and friends in Ramadan? Look no further than the Elite Resort and Spa in Muharraq....

Expat driving licence ban opposed

A proposal to ban expatriates working in certain sectors from driving has received strong backlash from community leaders and activists who described it as...

Council bid to revoke expat driving licenses in Bahrain

A new effort to revoke the driving licenses of expats working in certain sectors has been launched by a municipal council. The Constitutional Court...

BREAKING NEWS: Trump says he helped plan move against Qatar

Saudi Arabia and Bahrain welcomed on Saturday U.S. President Donald Trump's demand for Qatar to stop supporting terrorism, but did not respond to a...

4 Qatari spying operations on Bahrain

A sign indicating a route to Qatar embassy is seen in Manama, Bahrain, June 5, 2017. (Reuters)According to Bahrain-based al-Ayam newspaper, Qatar has a...

Bahrain restricts Qatar air space

The government of Bahrain reiterated Wednesday its restrictions on the operations of Qatar Airways, requiring all aircraft not registered in Bahrain to obtain prior...

Bahrain says all options are on the table to deal with...

Bahrain's foreign minister said he appreciated Kuwaiti mediation to resolve an Arab row with Qatar, the Saudi newspaper Mecca reported on Wednesday, but that...

Bahrain says it will jail Qatar supporters for up to 5...

Bahrain has followed the United Arab Emirates in announcing that it would fine and jail anyone expressing sympathy for Qatar over sanctions imposed by its Gulf...

Gulf crisis threatens air travel in region and beyond

Air travel across the Gulf region and beyond faces major disruption following the move by Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and...

QATAR CRISIS LATEST!

The announcement that six countries have now severed diplomatic ties could lead to food shortages in Qatar, analysts have warned. Qatar imports approximately 90%...

Bahrain suspends Al Wasat Daily

Bahrain on Sunday suspended Al Wasat newspaper for publishing a column deemed offensive to an Arab country. "The Ministry of Information Affairs has decided the...

Fears mount over 2022 World Cup being held in Qatar

Qatar on Monday slammed the decisions of six nations to sever ties with it, saying they were 'unjustified' and aimed to put Doha under...

Qatar’s $1bn hostage deal that enraged the GCC

Qatar paid up to $1bn to release members of the Gulf state’s royal family who were kidnapped in Iraq while on a hunting trip,...

Qatar crisis – what you need to know

What has happened? Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt and Bahrain announced measures early on Monday. Several hours later the internationally recognised Yemeni government...

Bahrain minister reclaims hacked Twitter account

The Twitter account of Bahrain’s Foreign Minister Shaikh Khalid Bin Ahmad Al Khalifa was reclaimed hours after it was hacked. His account was hacked early...

Rights office for expats opened

A new Human Rights Office has been opened at the Expat Protection Centre in Sehla. The National Institution for Human Rights (NIHR) will run...

Moody’s maintains negative outlook on Bahrain’s banking system

* Moody's on Bahrain- expect modest pressure on asset quality over outlook period, problem loans rising to about 7.0% of gross loans from 6.3%...
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