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Prince Harry Loses Legal Bid To Pay For Police Protection When Visiting UK

May 25, 2023
NDTV Prince Harry wanted to pay for high-level protection by specially trained police officers who have access to UK intelligence. more

'Thought-Controlled' Implants Help Paralysed Man Walk Again

May 25, 2023
NDTV The patient Gert-Jan, who did not want to reveal his surname, said the breakthrough had given him "a freedom that I did not have" before. more

95-Year-Old Australian Woman Tasered By Police Dies

May 25, 2023
NDTV Clare Nowland had been in critical condition in hospital since being shot with an electronic stun gun on May 17 in a confrontation that shocked Australians and made international headlines. more

North Korea Building Satelite Launch Pad With "New Urgency": Report

May 25, 2023
NDTV North Korea says it has completed its first military spy satellite, and leader Kim Jong Un has approved final preparations for a launch to place it in orbit, without publicising a date. more

HE NPRA Undersecretary receives Chargé d'affaires of the Pakistan Embassy

May 24, 2023
MOI His Excellency Ministry of Interior Undersecretary for Nationality, Passports and Residence Affairs Shaikh Hisham bin Abdulrahman Al Khalifa received Acting Ambassador of Republic of Pakistan to the Kingdom Mohammed Anil Zafar. more

Southern Police holds training programme

May 24, 2023
MOI The Southern Governorate Police Directorate has concluded a training course more

Traffic registers 6,875 car window tinting violations

May 24, 2023
MOI The General Directorate of Traffic registered 6,875 car window tinting violations from the beginning of 2023 more

Anti-Cyber Crimes warns of scams targeting jobseekers

May 24, 2023
MOI Anti-Cyber Crimes Directorate of the General Directorate of Anti-Corruption and Economic and Electronic Security more

Northern Governor receives author Khaled Mohammed Al-Hassan

May 24, 2023
MOI Northern Governor Ali bin Al Shaikh Abdulhussein Al Asfoor was presented a copy of the book more

Global temperature rise could see billions live in places where human life doesn’t flourish, study says

May 24, 2023
CNN If the current pace of global warming goes unchecked, it will push billions of people outside the “climate niche,” the temperatures where humans can flourish, and expose them to dangerously hot conditions, according to a new study published Monday. more
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