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Under the Patronage of Southern Governor & Capital Governor Participation, Anti-Drug Exhibition Inaugurated
Under the Patronage of Southern Governor & Capital Governor Participation, Anti-Drug Exhibition Inaugurated
Under the Patronage of Southern Governor & Capital Governor Participation, Anti-Drug Exhibition Inaugurated

MOI: Under the patronage of Southern Governor, Shaikh Abdullah bin Rashid Al Khalifa, an Anti-drug exhibition was inaugurated on Thursday at Seef Mall. (More Details)

 
Mariam Al Khawaja Released on a Guarantee of Her Place of Residence, Travel Ban Imposed on Her
Mariam Al Khawaja Released on a Guarantee of Her Place of Residence, Travel Ban Imposed on Her
Mariam Al Khawaja Released on a Guarantee of Her Place of Residence, Travel Ban Imposed on Her

MOI: In accordance with an order from the high criminal court, Mariam Abdulhadi Al Khawaja was released dependent on a guarantee of her place of residence and a travel ban was imposed on her. (More Details)

 
240111 enter Bahrain during week ending September 17
240111 enter Bahrain during week ending September 17
240111 enter Bahrain during week ending September 17

MOI: The Assistant Undersecretary for Exits, Search and Follow-up at the General Directorate of Nationality, Passports and Residence said on Thursday that 240111 people  (More Details)

 
HE the Minister receives MP Abdullah Al Dossairi
HE the Minister receives MP Abdullah Al Dossairi
HE the Minister receives MP Abdullah Al Dossairi

MOI: His Excellency Minister of Interior Lt-General Shaikh Rashid bin Abdullah Al Khalifa received a member of the Counci of Representatives, Abdullah Khalaf Al Dossair on Thursday. (More Details)

World News  
 
Violence claims 22 lives in Yemen
Yemeni soldiers inspect a car at a checkpoint in the capital Sanaa. — File photo by AFP
Yemeni soldiers inspect a car at a checkpoint in the capital Sanaa. — File photo by AFP

Reuters:  Twenty-two people were killed in fighting between Shia rebels and government-allied tribesmen in northern Yemen on Monday and Tuesday, tribal and local sources said.   (More Details)

 
Lava Flows From Philippine Volcano; Thousands Flee
In this file photo, smoke billows from the crater of Mayon volcano in Philippines. (Associated Press)
In this file photo, smoke billows from the crater of Mayon volcano in Philippines. (Associated Press)

Associated Press: The Philippines' most active volcano has sent more huge lava fragments rolling down its slopes in an ongoing gentle eruption that has prompted authorities to evacuate thousands of villagers, officials said on Wednesday.   (More Details)

 
Turkey mulls 'buffer zone' against Islamic State
Turkey shares a border with Iraq and Syria, where Islamic State militants are fighting government forces
Turkey shares a border with Iraq and Syria, where Islamic State militants are fighting government forces

BBC: Turkey is developing plans for a buffer zone on its border with Iraq and Syria, to counter the threat from Islamic State militants, its president says.   (More Details)

 
Tropical storm Odile moves up Mexico's Baja California
Los Cabos international airport has been extensively damaged by Odile
Los Cabos international airport has been extensively damaged by Odile

BBC: Tropical storm Odile is moving up Mexico's Baja California peninsula, bringing heavy rains and the threat of mudslides and flash floods.   (More Details)

 
Bangladesh Islamist Delwar Sayeedi death sentence commuted
Sayeedi was found guilty of crimes against humanity during the independence war in 1971
Sayeedi was found guilty of crimes against humanity during the independence war in 1971

BBC: Bangladesh's Supreme Court has commuted the death sentence given to Islamist leader Delwar Hossain Sayeedi to life imprisonment.   (More Details)

 
South Sudan bans foreign workers amid aid crisis
There are fears the move will disrupt efforts to avert the country's food crisis
There are fears the move will disrupt efforts to avert the country's food crisis

BBC: South Sudan's government has issued an order to non-governmental organisations (NG0s) and private firms to fire certain foreign workers by mid-October.   (More Details)

 
US general: Ground troops option if anti-IS strategy fails

BBC: US ground forces could be deployed against Islamic State (IS) militants if the current US-led strategy fails, top US General Martin Dempsey has said.   (More Details)

 
US man held after attempt to 'swim to N Korea'
Attempts to cross the river into North Korea are rare and very dangerous
Attempts to cross the river into North Korea are rare and very dangerous

BBC: South Korean authorities say they have detained an American man they believe was trying to swim to North Korea.   (More Details)

 
UN brokers agreement to rebuild in Gaza Strip
Gaza requires huge reconstruction after fighting earlier this year
Gaza requires huge reconstruction after fighting earlier this year

BBC: The UN has orchestrated a deal for rebuilding in the Gaza Strip, giving prominent roles to the Palestinian Authority and the private sector, the UN's top Middle East envoy has said.   (More Details)

 
Ukraine crisis: Rebels defiant over new self-rule law
Ukrainian troops and rebels have been clashing since separatists seized a number of eastern towns in April
Ukrainian troops and rebels have been clashing since separatists seized a number of eastern towns in April

BBC: A senior Ukrainian rebel leader has told the BBC that a new law granting self-rule to parts of the east will not sway the demand for independence.   (More Details)

 
Nasa picks astronaut crew ship designs
The very last shuttle commander, Chris Fergusson, is now part of Boeing's CST-100 team
The very last shuttle commander, Chris Fergusson, is now part of Boeing's CST-100 team

BBC: The US space agency Nasa has picked the companies it hopes can take the country's astronauts back into space.   (More Details)

 
Obama says Ebola outbreak a 'global security threat'
The WHO says more than 200,000 people could potentially be affected as the virus advances
The WHO says more than 200,000 people could potentially be affected as the virus advances

BBC: President Barack Obama has called the West Africa Ebola outbreak "a threat to global security" as he announced a larger US role in fighting the virus.   (More Details)

 
Scottish independence: Final day of campaigning ahead of vote
Scottish independence: Final day of campaigning ahead of vote
Scottish independence: Final day of campaigning ahead of vote

BBC: Both sides in the Scottish referendum debate are making their final pitch to voters on the last day of campaigning.   (More Details)

Events  
MOI Undersecretary patronises graduation of rehabilitation centre officers 18/5/2014
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ALBUM  
HE the Minister receives MP Abdullah Al Dossairi 18-9-2014
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