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2,40,702 enter Bahrain during week ending July 30
2,40,702 enter Bahrain during week ending July 30
2,40,702 enter Bahrain during week ending July 30

MOI: The Assistant Undersecretary for Exits, Search and Follow-up at the General Directorate of Nationality, Passports and Residence Affairs said on Thursday that 2,40,702 people had entered Bahrain between July 24 and 30. (More Details)

World News  
 
Victims of 1982 Guatemala Massacre Laid to Rest
Relatives carry coffins of some of 31 villagers massacred during the civil war in 1982, in Santa Maria Nebaj, Guatemala, on Wednesday, July 30.
Relatives carry coffins of some of 31 villagers massacred during the civil war in 1982, in Santa Maria Nebaj, Guatemala, on Wednesday, July 30.

Associated Press: The remains of 31 Ixil Mayans killed more than three decades ago during the height of Guatemala's civil war were laid to rest on Wednesday in the country's western highlands amid the sounds of a violin and wafts of incense.   (More Details)

 
25 in Indonesia Dead in Eid Boat Sinkings: Officials

Agence France-Presse: At least 25 people in Indonesia, including six children, have died and 13 are missing in two separate boat sinkings, officials said Thursday, as millions travel across the country for the Eid holiday season.   (More Details)

 
Syria Rebels Advance on Key Airport in Hama Province
Syria Rebels Advance on Key Airport in Hama Province
Syria Rebels Advance on Key Airport in Hama Province

Agence France-Presse: Syrian rebels pressed their advance today in the central province of Hama, as they tried to take out its military airport, a rebel commander and a monitor said.   (More Details)

 
'Dozens of bodies' at captured base in Benghazi, Libya
Rival militias have been battling for control in Benghazi
Rival militias have been battling for control in Benghazi

BBC: At least 35 bodies have been recovered from a Libyan military base that was overrun by Islamist-led militias, the Libyan Red Crescent says.   (More Details)

 
Nato 'unprepared' for Russia threat, say MPs
Pro-Russian militants in Ukraine. The MPs warned about the use of irregular militias.
Pro-Russian militants in Ukraine. The MPs warned about the use of irregular militias.

BBC: Nato is poorly prepared for an attack on a member state from Russia, an influential group of MPs has warned.   (More Details)

 
France evacuates French and British expats from Libya
A rocket attack on a fuel storage depot near the airport in Tripoli shrouded the city in smoke on Monday
A rocket attack on a fuel storage depot near the airport in Tripoli shrouded the city in smoke on Monday

BBC: The French government says it has evacuated French and British nationals from Libya, as battles rage between government forces and militias.   (More Details)

 
Guinea concert stampede 'kills 34'
Debris lay strewn across the beach in the aftermath of the stampede
Debris lay strewn across the beach in the aftermath of the stampede

BBC: At least 34 people have reportedly died in a stampede in Guinea, during a concert marking the end of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.   (More Details)

 
Nigeria Kano blast: Boko Haram blamed for six deaths
The bomber was hidden among students at the college, witnesses say
The bomber was hidden among students at the college, witnesses say

BBC: At least six people have been killed in a suicide bombing at a college in northern Nigeria's biggest city, Kano, witnesses say.   (More Details)

 
Ukraine crisis: Malysian and Dutch PMs discuss MH17 access
International monitors and investigators have been unable to reach the MH17 crash site due to fighting
International monitors and investigators have been unable to reach the MH17 crash site due to fighting

BBC: The Malaysian and Dutch leaders will meet in the Hague later to discuss how to secure access to MH17's crash site.   (More Details)

 
House Republicans vote to sue President Obama
The House Republican leadership backed the resolution
The House Republican leadership backed the resolution

BBC: The US House of Representatives has passed a resolution to sue President Barack Obama for allegedly exceeding his constitutional powers.   (More Details)

 
Ebola: Liberia shuts schools to tackle outbreak

BBC: Liberia's government has announced that it is closing down all schools across the country to stop the spread of the deadly Ebola virus.   (More Details)

 
Call for 'radical action' on drug-resistant malaria
Malaria-infected red blood cells
Malaria-infected red blood cells

BBC: Drug-resistant malaria is spreading in South East Asia, and has now reached the Cambodia-Thailand border, according to a study.   (More Details)

 
India landslide: Rescuers race to find survivors as toll rises
India landslide: Rescuers race to find survivors as toll rises
India landslide: Rescuers race to find survivors as toll rises

BBC: Rescue workers in western India are working to locate survivors of a landslide that has claimed at least 23 lives and buried some 40 homes.   (More Details)

Events  
Minister of State attends commando course graduation 13/3/2014
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HE Interior Minister Hails Efforts of GOYS in Caring for Youth 24/7/2014
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Civil Defence 26-7-2014 (See More)
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