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77pc of Bahrain’s Action Plan projects completed

Seventy-seven per cent of projects under Bahrain’s Government Action Plan have been completed, it has been revealed. It is an increase of four per cent, from 73 per cent at the end of December last year to 77 per cent at the

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77pc of Bahrain’s Action Plan projects completed

Seventy-seven per cent of projects under Bahrain’s Government Action Plan have been completed, it has been revealed. It is an increase of four per cent, from 73 per cent at the end of December last year to 77 per cent at the

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Watchdog panel on senior appointments

A committee is to be set up to regulate senior government appointments in Bahrain, it was declared yesterday. The panel, set up by an edict issued by His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa Bin Salman Al Khalifa, will oversee a

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Iraq govt talks delayed again as fighting rages

Iraq's parliament failed on Sunday to break a damaging political deadlock which is holding up the formation of new government to tackle an Islamist-led insurgency raging less than 50 miles (80 km) from Baghdad. After a brief s

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Europe urged to boost aviation competitiveness

The International Air Transport Association (Iata) called on European governments and regulators to bolster European competitiveness with measures focusing on improved global connectivity.     The benefits o

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Deal on new Iraq govt in next parliament session: PM

Iraq's Prime Minister Nuri Al-Maliki said on Wednesday that he hoped to overcome the challenges blocking the formation of a new government, a day after the new parliament's first session ended without agr

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Kuwait vote boost for government

Kuwaiti voters have elected pro-government candidates to replace five opposition MPs, who resigned two months ago, in by-elections that saw one of the lowest turnouts in the nation's history. The results will boost the grip of

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Joint action 'vital for key projects'

Lack of co-operation between government bodies could affect the implementation of key projects, according to a top official. Capital Governor Shaikh Hisham bin Abdulrahman Al Khalifa said despite ongoing efforts, ministries had to

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Pay rise set for Bahrain's public sector employees

Government employees in Bahrain could soon be set for a 20 per cent pay rise under a new spending bill approved by parliament yesterday (June 17).   MPs voted unanimously in favour of the government-drafted bill,

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Pay rise set for Bahrain's public sector employees

Government employees in Bahrain could soon be set for a 20 per cent pay rise under a new spending bill approved by parliament yesterday (June 17).   MPs voted unanimously in favour of the government-drafted bill,

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