Two Bahraini Coast Guard Vessels Stopped by Qatari Patrols while Taking Part in Maritime Exercise
The Qatari coastguard vessels stopped two Bahraini coastguard boats that were returning after taking part in a maritime exercise, the Bahraini Interior Ministry announced on Wednesday.
Qatar's Emir Offers Condolences to Family of Late PM
Qatar's Emir Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani sent a cable of condolences to the family of Bahrain's PM Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa who passed away on Wednesday (November 11, 2020).
Bahrain in Hillary Clinton's Emails: Contrary to the Authorities' Narrative
The US State Department published the emails sent by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, which include correspondence since the beginning of the popular movement in Bahrain and the various stances that followed it.
Why Al Khalifa Turned their Back on their Cousins in Kuwait, Most Dangerous Roles of Late Emir Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah
Despite the many roles played by the late Emir of Kuwait, Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah, it can be said that the role he played at the end of his life, reining in the Gulf duo Mohammed bin Salman, Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, and Mohammed bin Zayed, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, was the biggest role he has played in his life in terms of foreign policy.
Was Al-Bilad Newspaper Account Actually Hacked to Announce its Recovery?
On Sunday (September 13, 2020), Al-Bilad newspaper, owned by Prime Minister's son Ali bin Khalifa, said that the limited edition newspaper managed to recover its Twitter account, four weeks after being hacked.
Can Bahrain Bear Consequences of Strained Relations with Turkey?
Since 2011, the Bahraini government has proven two things; the first is that its actions are not based on national logic and do not take into consideration public interest, and the second is that the sovereign decision of the state was handed over to the UAE and Saudi Arabia.
Bahrain: Questioning State's Capabilities in Fighting Coronavirus Deemed "Crime", Cases Exceed 40,000
A statistical observatory predicts that new COVID-19 cases in Bahrain will continue to decline to less than 900 by August 26, 2020.
New York Times:Bahrain Coronavirus Cases Ranked Fourth Worldwide
The New York Times newspaper said that Bahrain Coronavirus cases ranked fourth worldwide after Arizona, Florida and South Carolina.
Gulf Coronavirus Infections Surpass 400,000, Reuters Tally Shows
The number of novel coronavirus cases in the six Gulf Arab states has doubled in a month to more than 400,000, as the region's two biggest economies this week fully lifted curfews imposed to combat the infection.
Minister Abdullatif Al-Zayani Nowhere to be Seen When any Crisis Hits
People inside and outside Bahrain are reacting and speaking up about the case of Bahrainis stranded outside the kingdom, except for Bahraini Minister of Foreign Affairs, Abdullatif Al-Zayani, who preferred to remain silent since his appointment.
Gov't Evacuates 31 Bahrainis Stranded in Iran One Day after Being Hosted by Qatar
The Bahraini authorities have evacuated 31 citizens stranded in Iran, who went at their own expense to Qatar, trying to return to the country on multiple flights.
Al-Wefaq: Decision from High Authorities Preventing Return of Stuck Bahrainis to the Country
Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society said that more than 1,000 Bahraini citizens are still stuck in Iran, in addition to other citizens stuck in other countries, including Qatar, Jordan and other countries. The regime refuses their return and puts various obstacles to prevent it.
After 3 Days Flight, 76 Bahrainis Arrive in Bahrain through Omani Salam Air
76 citizens stranded in Iran for over a month arrived on Saturday (March 28, 2020) in Bahrain through Oman Salam Air, after Gulf Air refused to return them from Muscat.
Bahrain Says It will Evacuate Its Citizens in Doha, Calls on Qatar "Not to Interfere"
The Bahraini National Communication Centre (NCC) confirmed that the Bahraini authorities arranged an evacuation flight for the 31 citizens stranded in Doha. The citizens are to be evacuated on Sunday (March 29, 2020).
Qatar Hosts 31 Bahrainis after Bahrain Prevented them from Returning Home
The government of Qatar decided to host the 31 Bahrainis who were stranded in Iran and wanted to return home, after the Bahraini authorities refused to receive them.
Qatar Prevents 31 Bahrainis from Heading to Muscat based on Sultanate of Oman's Instructions
The Qatari authorities prevented on Saturday (March 28, 2020) 31 Bahrainis from travelling to Oman on a Qatari flight, based on sultanate of Oman's instructions.
Muscat Airport Security Informs Bahrainis that They are to be Returned to Iran via Doha after Bahrain Refused to Receive them
Muscat Airport Security ordered on (Friday, March 27, 2020) the return of 76 Bahrainis to the Iranian city of Mashhad via Doha after the Bahraini authorities refused to receive them.
Saudi, Egypt, Bahrain to Resume Qatar Post Services despite Dispute
Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Bahrain have agreed to resume postal services to Qatar almost three years after they were stopped due to a political dispute, the United Nations said on Monday.
Qatar Accuses Saudi Arabia of Hampering its Access to Gulf meet on Coronavirus
Qatar has accused Saudi Arabia of allowing a protracted dispute to hinder Gulf Arab coordination over the coronavirus outbreak by denying the Qatari health minister timely access to a meeting of regional health ministers in Riyadh.
Qatari Emir Appoints New PM
Qatari Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani accepted on Tuesday (January 28, 2020) the resignation of Prime Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa Al Thani. The emir named Sheikh Khalid bin Khalifa bin Abdulaziz Al Thani as the new prime minister.