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Tourist attack in Egypt may be a turning point: AnalystsEgypt's cigarette monopoly profits drop 9% y-o-y in first half of 2013/14 VIDEO: Zamalek advance in Champions League Smouha move top of Egyptian League, Ahly drop to third Fahmy Clarifies ..., 1 month ago

Fears of renewed government crackdown ahead of Bahrain Grand Prix

As the eyes of the sporting world turn to Bahrain's Formula One Grand Prix this weekend, Amnesty International urges the country's authorities not to quash peaceful protests surrounding the event. The Formula One racing tournament is due to take ...
 Amnesty International USA2 weeks ago

President Mamnoon Hussain grants military awards

(PPI-OT): The President of Pakistan has been pleased to grant the Military awards to the officers and men of Pakistan Army, Navy and Air Force. 14 officers and men granted Sitara-e-Basalat, 109 Tamgha-e-Basalat, 43 Imtiazi Asnad, 91 COAS ...
 Pakistan Press International3 weeks ago President grants military awards to officers, men of Pak Army, Navy, PAF  Associated Press of Pakistan3 weeks ago
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Saudi Arabia: Keys to the kingdom

Setting up in Saudi Arabia requires picking through complex regulation. Here's what you need to know Clifford Chance 's establishment of a professional partnership with Saudi Arabian firm and long-standing association partner Al-Jadaan made ...
 The Lawyer1 month ago

Suspend Bahrain Formula 1 say human rights NGOs

(ANSAmed) - ROME, MARCH 5 - Human rights NGOs on January 14 urged the International Automobile Federation (FIA) to suspend the 2014 Formula One Grand Prix scheduled from April 4-6 in Bahrain, where a Sunni minority rules a Shiite majority with an ...
 ANSAmed1 month ago

'Bomber' Iraq trained

AN alleged bomber has confessed to receiving weapons training in Iraq to carry out attacks against Bahraini policemen. The 32-year-old told prosecutors he joined an illicit group in retaliation over his cousin's death, who he claimed was killed ...
 Gulf Daily News1 month ago
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