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Minister Ernest Hilaire: Saint Lucia will not surrender to crime

Ernest Hilaire released a statement against crimes in the nation and issued a strict warning against the criminals.

Cristiano Ronaldo Faces Potential Ban and Fine After Taunting Rival Fans with Gesture

Ronaldo, who was part of the Al-Nassr squad that secured a hard-fought 3-2 away victory over Al-Shabab, faced relentless jeering and chants from the home supporters throughout the game
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Bahrain observes World Immunisation Week 2023

The Kingdom of Bahrain celebrates World Immunisation Week from April 24, under the theme “The Big Catch-Up.

Egypt: Director of ISCO, Salem bin Al-Malik visits Grand Egyptian Museum

Egypt: The Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities of Egypt has recently updated regarding the visit of the Director General of the Islamic World Organization for Education, Science and Culture (ISCO), Dr Salem bin Mohammed Al-Malik to the services area and the Grand Egyptian Museum.

Egypt: EM Yasmin Fouad chairs 6th session of waste management system

Egypt: The Minister of the Environment, Yasmin Fouad, headed the sixth session of the Board of Directors of the Waste Management System. She reviews the output of implementing the National Strategy for Municipal Solid Waste.

Bahrain: Public Health Agent, Al-Alawi participates in 16th meeting of WHO subcommittee

Bahrain: The Ministry of Bahrain of the Kingdom of Bahrain has recently shared an update regarding the participation of the Assistant Agent for Public Health, Dr Ijalal Faisal Al-Alawi during the 16th (sixteenth) meeting of the Subcommittee on Emerging Programs of the Regional Committee of the WHO Middle East.

Egypt: EM Yasmin Fouad attends virtual conference on Egyptian-African Entrepreneurs projects

Egypt: The Minister of Environment, Yasmin Fouad, participates in the Egyptian-African Entrepreneurs Association virtual panel on the future of investment in adaptation projects in Egypt and the African continent.

St Kitts and Nevis: CIU Head Michael Martin works to upgrade competitiveness of CBI programme

St Kitts and Nevis: The head of the Citizenship by Investment Unit (CIU) of St Kitts and Nevis, Michael Martin, has been working tirelessly towards the reformation of the Citizenship by Investment Programme (CBI) with a motive to remain the leader in the investment migration industry.

Tibet urges UN to conduct fact-finding mission against China’s atrocities

Tibet: Tibet has called for an independent fact-finding mission from the UN (United Nations) while celebrating the anniversary of Tibet’s Declaration of Independence in its 110th edition.

“No mountain too high” reflects life of Osher Suissa for his military success, says Israeli Navy

Israel: The Israel Navy officials have recently shared an extraordinary story of Brigadier General Osher Suissa, who turned his life from being a lonely, angry man to becoming a company outstanding Base Commander.

Minister of Housing Al-Jazar proposing 22332 housing units in Egypt

Egypt: The Minister of Housing, Facilities and Civil Communities, Asim Al-Jazar, has conveyed that the customized "online" prior booking system on the specified dates according to the terms and conditions is undergoing.

St Kitts and Nevis: PM Terrance Drew congratulates Mauriel Knight for being elected as new Deputy Clerk

St Kitts and Nevis: The Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis, Dr Terrance Drew, has extended his appreciation and congratulations to Mauriel Knight, who has been appointed as the new Deputy Clerk for the National Assembly of the twin-island federation. 

Egypt: Minister Yasmin Fouad met Central Bank DG, Al-Naja, discusses climate funding projects

Egypt: The Minister of Environment, Yasmin Fouad, has recently held a meeting with Mai Abu Al-Naja, Deputy Governor of the Central Bank, and discussed setting up a core to prepare a supportive climate for the banking sector to finance climate projects in Egypt.

Russia receives key technology components from Chinese companies

The Chinese Defence firms are providing key components suitable for the Military use of Russia, said the wall Street Journal on Saturday. A large number of shipments have been completed despite the repeated efforts from Washington to shut the transactions between China and Russia through Turkey and the UAE, said reports.

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Minister Ernest Hilaire: Saint Lucia will not surrender to crime

Ernest Hilaire released a statement against crimes in the nation and issued a strict warning against the criminals.

Cristiano Ronaldo Faces Potential Ban and Fine After Taunting Rival Fans with Gesture

Ronaldo, who was part of the Al-Nassr squad that secured a hard-fought 3-2 away victory over Al-Shabab, faced relentless jeering and chants from the home supporters throughout the game

Palestinian Authority Resignation Signals Shift Amid Gaza Crisis

Palestinian Authority (PA) Prime Minister Mohammed Shtayyeh tendered his resignation alongside his government, marking...

Bahrain and Kuwait Secure Victories in ICC U19 Cricket World Cup Qualifiers

The day kicked off with Bahrain locking horns with Thailand at TCG in what proved to be a riveting clash. Opting to field first, Bahrain's decision paid dividends as they restricted Thailand to a modest total of 150 runs