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CONDEMNED

MANAMA: Bahrain last night condemned a deadly bomb attack at a Saudi mosque.

Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attack in which a suicide bomber disguised as a woman blew himself up outside a Dammam mosque, killing himself and three others.

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Terrorism 'a dangerous plague'

MANAMA: Condemning the terrorist attack that targeted Al Anoud mosque in Dammam yesterday, killing four people, Bahrain warned that terrorism was a dangerous plague that posed an immense threat to all countries and peoples without exception or discrimination.

Families warned of coastal 'sinkhole'

FAMILIES have been warned to stay clear of a stretch of coastline in the Northern Governorate, which is home to a "dangerous" sinkhole.

Schools poised for digital revolution

A DIGITAL learning revolution is sweeping Bahrain as classrooms across the country embrace modern technology and a new form of 21st century education.

Burglar 'stole to impress girlfriend'

A YEMENI man committed a spate of burglaries in an attempt to impress his girlfriend and "shower" her with gifts worth thousands of dinars, a court heard.

Bahrain clamps down on hygiene violations

ACTION was taken against more than 26,000 food outlets, restaurants, cafes and hairdressing salons last year, Health Minister Sadiq Al Shehabi has revealed.

Cheap meat market 'may help labourers'

A CHEAP meat market for low-income expatriates could flourish in the wake of subsidy cuts, it has been suggested.

Fewer complaints of labour disputes

OFFICIALS at the Indian Embassy have registered a drop in the number of labour disputes and complaints among their nationals.

910 tonnes of aid leaves for Yemen

THE first and biggest consignment of aid containing food, medicines and tents will be dispatched today to war-ravaged Yemen.

Bahrain steps up security at mosques

MANAMA: Bahrain has stepped up security at mosques across the country.

Leadership training for youth today

GENERAL Organisation for Youth and Sports (Goys) will hold the second youth leadership training programme today.

Peace envoy is congratulated

HIS Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa yesterday congratulated Bahrain Society for Tolerance and Religious Co-existence president Youssef Buzaboon on his appointment as ambassador of the Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light organisation.

Forum aims to expand trade

A CONFERENCE aimed at boosting Bahrain's trade will open tomorrow at the Diplomat Hotel.

Environment week ends

A FILM about climate change and its impact on the world was screened at Alliance Francaise in Isa Town.

Major judicial forum begins

SUPREME Judicial Council chairman and Cassation Court president Salim bin Mohammed Al Kawari will lead Bahrain's delegation to a major conference, scheduled to open today in Cairo.

Long-time resident leaves today

LONG-TIME Bahrain resident Robert Grey, 66, is leaving the country today after 19 years.

Work on track at Hunainiya boys' school

FORTY per cent work on Hunainiya Secondary School for Boys has been completed, it was revealed yesterday.

Pet Care

Vet Hansel answers your questions about pet care in this weekly advice column, created in partnership with the Bahrain Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (BSPCA). It will also be highlighting each week some of the animals in the BSPCA sanctuary, in the hope of finding each of them a loving home.

Salesman dies after collapsing at home

AN Indian national died yesterday at Salmaniya Medical Complex after collapsing in his apartment in Khamis.

Electrician's body to be sent home

THE body of an Indian electrician who died after falling off a ladder at Bahrain National Museum is due to be repatriated tomorrow.

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