Liverpool’s 2-0 win at Cardiff City on Sunday restored their two-point lead over Manchester City in the Premier League title race but their inspired breakthrough goal came only as of the result of a halftime chat about set pieces. Juergen Klopp’s side had been struggling to create cle
Some of London’s busiest streets re-opened Monday for the first time in a week as climate change protesters regrouped and plotted a new course after police made more than 1,000 arrests. The so-called Extinction Rebellion took over the heart of the UK capital in a bid to focus global
In the 2016 referendum, the market town of Boston in eastern England was the epicenter of the Brexit vote that shocked the world. Fast forward to now and voters are furious that Brexit has been delayed due to gridlock in parliament, while integration between locals and Bo
The United States said yesterday it would start imposing sanctions on friends such as India that buy Iranian oil, in its latest aggressive step to counter Tehran that could jeopardize US relationships. One targeted country, Turkey, vowed to defy the US demands which sent global crude pric
The Central Bank of Bahrain (CBB) yesterday announced issuing draft rules on “insurance aggregators”. Insurance aggregators, according to the CBB statement, are intermediaries with an insurance broker’s license who operate an online platform which provides price comparisons and
Kuwait Finance House (KFH) reported a 17.4 percent increase in its first quarter 2019 net profit thanks to enhanced performance, high operating returns and low expenses First-quarter net profit was KD51.6 Million applicable to KFH shareholders compared to KD44m for the same period last year.
Outstanding stories from the Kingdom and well beyond captured through the lenses of 29 male and female photographers will go on display at Bahrain Photographic Society’s first annual exhibition. The “Cultures ... Stories in Pictures” exhibition, co-organised by CAD World Art and