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Deadly flash floods in Pakistan damage roads, crops

Flash flooding caused by torrential monsoon rains has killed at least 28 in Pakistan and affected hundreds of thousands of people, according to aid agencies, with further downpours expected in the coming days. In Chitral in the no

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Takaful signs new Copart deal for damaged cars sale

Takaful International Company and Copart Bahrain, a company specialising in electronic automotive auction sale, have signed an agreement to regulate the sale of damaged cars from traffic accidents through an auction. The agreement

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Takaful signs new Copart deal for damaged cars sale

Takaful International Company and Copart Bahrain, a company specialising in electronic automotive auction sale, have signed an agreement to regulate the sale of damaged cars from traffic accidents through an auction. The agreement

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Fire at Libyan oil port destroys up to 1.8m barrels of crude

A fire raging for almost a week at Libya's biggest oil port of Es Sider has destroyed up to 1.8 million barrels of crude and damaged seven storage tanks, causing total damage of $213 million, a top oil offici

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Conductive paint as ‘sensing skin’ for concrete structures

A new ‘sensing skin’ technology has been developed by researchers, which could be an early warning system for concrete structures to allow authorities to respond to concrete damage, said a report. The ‘skin&rsquo

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Gaza farms devastated by fighting: UN food body

The conflict in Gaza has caused serious damage to crops, herds and fishing as well as greenhouses and irrigation systems, bringing food production to a halt and sending prices sharply higher, the United Nations food body said on Thursday.

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Bahrain's blaze-hit market to reopen

A popular market in Bahrain that was hit by two massive fires in as many years is expected to open later this month.   Isa Town traditional market suffered extensive damage in March this year, when 46 firemen bat

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Building rules to be toughened in Bahrain

Tougher construction regulations will soon be introduced in Manama after 15 cars were damaged when high winds blew aluminium cladding off a multi-storey building.   The Manama Municipality is spearheading the ini

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Payout for unrest victim in Bahrain

A Pakistani who suffered severe brain damage during a brutal attack three years ago could finally get BD50,000 ($131,836) compensation from the government, according to a top official. A gang of 10 men attacked Irfan Ahmad Bakhsh

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Vodafone sues Telecom Italia for $1.3bn

British telecoms provider Vodafone Group is suing Telecom Italia for abusing its dominant position in Italy, seeking damages of more than 1 billion euros ($1.3 billion). A Vodafone spokeswoman said in an email on Sunday the civil

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