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Newspaper Reviews in the Kingdom of Bahrain 2-july-2024

Manama, July 2  / Today, Tuesday, the local newspapers in the Kingdom of Bahrain featured prominent headlines related to local affairs and the latest developments in Arab, regional, and international events.

Here are the main headlines:

  • His Majesty the King and His Royal Highness the Crown Prince and Prime Minister receive a thank-you letter from the Jordanian Monarch.
  • On the passing of Sheikha Suhaila Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, His Majesty the King and His Royal Highness the Crown Prince and Prime Minister offer condolences to the Emir of Kuwait.
  • His Majesty the King and His Royal Highness the Crown Prince and Prime Minister congratulate the Mauritanian President.
  • His Royal Highness the Crown Prince and Prime Minister chairs the regular weekly Cabinet meeting.
  • On behalf of His Majesty, His Highness Sheikh Abdullah bin Hamad receives an invitation for the King to attend the coronation ceremony of Sultan Ibrahim of Malaysia.
  • Strategic partnership between “Bapco Energies” and “Total Energies”… Nasser bin Hamad: Enhancing the global competitiveness of “Bapco Energies”.
  • The Commander-in-Chief of the Bahrain Defense Force receives the French military attaché to Bahrain.
  • During a meeting with livestock traders and breeders, the Speaker of the House of Representatives encourages the private sector to increase contributions to food security projects.
  • With the participation of 70 ministries, institutions, and companies, the Minister of Labor inaugurates the Career Day Exhibition at Ahlia University today.
  • The Minister of Youth Affairs discusses enhancing youth cooperation with the Japanese Ambassador to Bahrain.
  • The Governor and residents of the capital praise the directives of His Royal Highness the Crown Prince and Prime Minister to develop Manama’s market.
  • The Kingdom of Bahrain condemns the Houthi militia for detaining Yemeni employees working for the United Nations and the U.S. Embassy.
  • “Defense Force”: Opening the door for civilian volunteers to join the reserve force.
  • The National Revenue Authority urges VAT registrants to update their contact information.
  • “Education Ministry”: Applications for school transfers open next Sunday.
  • The Bahrain International Garden Show will launch next February.
  • The Kingdom of Bahrain hosts the International Space Forum for the first time in the Middle East and North Africa.
  • “Mazad” enters a strategic partnership with “ASRY” to boost the maritime industry.
  • “Labor Market Authority”: Ongoing inspection campaigns result in the deportation of 141 violators.
  • The Labor Market Regulatory Authority announces the launch of electronic services for domestic worker permits.
  • Saudi Arabia announces new oil and gas discoveries in the Eastern Province and the Empty Quarter.
  • Ghazouani re-elected as President of Mauritania in the first round.
  • The Israeli army orders the evacuation of neighborhoods in Khan Yunis and Rafah… Netanyahu: Israel is close to eliminating Hamas’ military capabilities.
  • Biden meets with his family to decide on the future of his campaign… The U.S. Supreme Court rules that Trump enjoys criminal immunity.
  • The Taliban government seeks to pressure the international community to lift sanctions on Afghanistan.

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Bahrain News

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