Amnesty Annual Report: Bahrain Continues to Practice Torture, Suppress Freedoms and Violate Foreign Workers' Rights
Amnesty International's annual report, released on Tuesday (March 29), revealed in its special chapter on Bahrain that the Manama government has continued to commit serious human rights violations, including torture and other ill-treatment, and to suppress of freedom of expression and assembly.
PCR Test for Passengers Coming to Bahrain through King Fahd Causeway Cancelled
King Fahd Causeway authorities on the Bahraini side have begun allowing those coming from Saudi Arabia to enter the country without a PCR test for all age groups.
As Formula 1 Race Approaches, Bahrain Cancels PCR Tests, Isolation Period for Passengers Arriving in Kingdom
The Bahraini authorities announced the cancellation of the PCR test and isolation period for passengers arriving in to Bahrain, as the booking for the formula one race, to be held in Bahrain on March 20, approaches.
Kuwait Lifts Many COVID Restrictions, Allows Travel Abroad
Kuwait's cabinet has lifted many COVID-19 restrictions including a ban on foreign travel, a move that will also apply to those who are not vaccinated, Prime Minister Sheikh Sabah al-Khalid al-Sabah said on Monday.
2021 Panorama: Coronavirus Claims Lives of 1,036, Infects More than 188,000
2021 was a hard year on Bahrainis following the Coronavirus outbreak and the infection of more than 188,000 throughout the year.
Dozens of Political Prisoners in Jaw Prison Develop Coronavirus Symptoms amid Interior Ministry Blackout
Dozens of political detainees, who are sentenced to long prison terms, have developed Coronavirus (COVID-19) symptoms for nearly a week, amid silence and blackout by the prison administration and the Interior Ministry.
Bahrain to Cancel Working with its Coronavirus Travel Red List
Bahrain will cancel working with its coronavirus travel red list from Nov. 14, the health ministry said on Wednesday.
IMF Says Bahrain Needs Urgent Fiscal Adjustment after Coronavirus Pandemic
Once it recovers from the economic downturn instigated by the coronavirus pandemic, Bahrain will likely need "an urgent fiscal adjustment," Ali Al-Eyd, the fund's Bahrain mission chief, said in an interview with Bloomberg.
Bahrain Roundup 2020: Coronavirus Paralyzes Daily Life, Claims Lives of 352 People
On February 24, 2020, Bahrain announced the first Coronavirus (COVID-19) infection. The deadly virus that was first discovered in China claimed the lives of 352 people, as thousands contracted the disease.
Is it the end of Coronavirus in Bahrain?
The pandemic indicators recorded a real decline this time in Bahrain over the past two weeks, in which the mortality rate fell to 4 per day during the past week, and 10 per day during the week prior to that, after it was recording a rise in the first half of this month by 20 deaths during the first week.
Al-Wefaq: People of Bahrain Demand to Participate in Managing Country's Affairs
Al-Wefaq stressed that the political right is the main demand of the people of Bahrain, noting that the people have taken to the streets in the past years and are still protesting despite the prohibition and restrictions on freedom of expression and assembly for the sake of political demands.
Bahrain Accuses Prisoners of Deliberately Spreading the Coronavirus
A prisoner of conscience's new audio recording revealed that the Bahraini Public Prosecution has started accusing inmates of deliberately spreading the Coronavirus inside prison
Has the Bahraini Crown Prince been Infected with Coronavirus?
After almost one month of absence, the Bahraini Crown Prince presided over the Cabinet session on Monday (June 14, 2021).
Al-Qahtani's Epidemic Equation...Why did it Fail?
The epidemic equation is that: the more the virus spreads among members of society with individuals' non-obedience to precaution measures, the more people are infected...
Al-Wefaq Documents 22 Arrests, 466 Raids and 240 Violations in Jaw Prison in April
Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society issued a monthly report documenting the human rights situation in Bahrain from April 1 to 30.
Bahrain to Close Shopping Malls for Two Weeks to Contain Pandemic
Bahrain will close shopping malls, restaurants and coffee shops for two weeks starting from Thursday as part of efforts to contain the spread of the coronavirus, state TV reported.
Al-Wefaq Calls to Stop Protests, Sit-ins due to Dangerous Epidemic Wave in Bahrain
The Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society called on Bahrainis to stop protests and sit-ins all over the country due to the outbreak of dangerous Coronavirus in Bahrain and increase in number of cases and casualties.
Ayatollah Qassim to Citizens: Any Gathering that would Increase Epidemic Outbreak is not Religiously Permissible
Ayatollah Sheikh Isa Qassim stressed that it is not religiously permissible to hold any gathering that would increase spread of the epidemic, fill hospitals with patients and claim more lives.
Bahrain Suspends Flights Coming from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Nepal
Following popular demands and based on the recommendations of the National Medical Taskforce for Combatting the Coronavirus, the government of Bahrain decided to suspend flights coming from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Nepal.
Senior Bahraini Clerics Call on Authorities to Stop Flights Coming from Infected Countries, Particularly India
Four senior Bahraini clerics: Sayed Abdullah Al-Ghuraifi, Sheikh Mohammad Saleh Al-Rabei, Sheikh Mohammad Sanqour and Sheikh Mahmoud Al-A'ali issued a statement on the increasing number of Coronavirus cases.