Wednesday 2 December 2015

Bahraini Minister inspects SMC after staff shortage claims

Bahrain’s Health Minister conducted a surprise inspection at Salmaniya Medical Complex (SMC), following allegations of staff shortages at the country’s main hospital, two new sickle cell fatalities and reports of a patient attackin


Severe 'food shocks' likely due to extreme weather

Extreme weather such as intense storms, droughts and heatwaves will cause more frequent and severe food shortages as the global climate and food supply systems change, British and American experts have warned. The pressure on the


Egypt economy chiefs vow to ease shortages

Economic ministers in Egypt's new military-backed government are pledging to ease shortages and make it easier for factories to operate, while signalling that any major reforms to repair the state's crumbling finances will be undertaken


Shortages grip Libyan capital, rebels hunt Gaddafi

Tripoli struggled with collapsing water and power supplies on Saturday as rebels now in control of most of the Libyan capital battled for towns still held by Muammar Gaddafi's forces. Sporadic bursts of gunfire echoed around Tripoli, but

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