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Bahrain: Probable Cancer Causing Substance Found In Popular Antacid

Bahrain: Traces Of Cancer Causing Substance Found In Popular Antacid

Bahrain’s National Health Regulatory Authority (NHRA) announced that some ranitidine medicines, including some products commonly known as the brand-name drug Zantac, contain a cancer-causing...

Oman’s amazing vacations

One of the purest hospitality experiences I had last year didn’t come at a brand name luxury resort. It happened in the middle of...

Dubai: Seven Sailors Rescued After Ship Capsizes At Sea

Seven sailors, caught in the storm after their ship capsized, have been brought to safety. A major rescue operation was launched when the vessel overturned with fierce...

Bahrain Records Second Hottest Temperature Since 1902

The Ministry of Transportation and Telecommunications’ Meteorological Directorate reported in their monthly weather summary that the month of September goes on record as the...

China Starts Clinical Trials for a Coronavirus Vaccine

China has started the first phase of a clinical trial for a Covid-19 (coronavirus) vaccine, records show, as the world's scientists race to find...

Coronavirus Update: 62 Active Cases, 1 Critical in Bahrain

The Ministry of Health has confirmed that there are 62 active Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in Bahrain.This information is based on active cases in the...

Coronavirus Outbreak Batters Economies

Amid fears about where the next outbreak of the fast-spreading new virus would appear, infections and deaths continued to rise across the globe, emptying...

India Enforces Quarantine for People Arriving from Four Countries

On Monday evening, India’s Ministry of Health confirmed that all passengers transiting through or arriving from UAE, Oman, Kuwait and Qatar would be subject...

Passengers faint aboard Karachi-bound Saudi flight

A Karachi-bound flight from Madina put passengers at risk when it took off with a faulty air-conditioning system over the weekend, delaying their arrival...

Bahrain: More Than 30 Firms Shut Down Due To Violations

According to the ministry, 33 businesses were either permanently or temporarily closed down this year for violations, according to the latest statistics. The ministry...
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