Bahrain

April 19, 2001

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Son of Bahrain’s tourism chief has been killed in a car crash in the US.

April 18, 2001

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Infrastructure projects in Bahrain, worth BD27 million, will be implemented soon following the approval of the ministerial committee in charge of stra

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Bahrain and Qatar agreed on Tuesday to set up several joint ventures, paving the way for more cooperation between the two Gulf states.

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Bahrain’s newly established Economic Development Board (EDB) plans to attract an annual $600 million to $800 million in foreign direct investment, in an effort to diversify Bahrain’s economy.

April 17, 2001

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Bahrain's emir, Sheikh Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa, reshuffled the government on Tuesday, bringing in five new faces, but leaving the key posts unchange

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Bahrain has set 800 million dollars (BD302.4m) as its yearly target for new international investment in the Gulf state.

April 16, 2001

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A Bahrain-based General Council for Islamic Financial Institutions will become operational later this year.

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A 15-million-dollar tower will be constructed in Bahrain to boost tourism in the Gulf state.

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Bahrain and Kuwait have agreed to set up a joint supreme cooperation committee, marking a new era of ties in the fields of politics, economy, trade an

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Bahraini women should enjoy more rights as democratic reforms take hold in the Gulf state, said a member of the Shura council.

April 15, 2001

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Labor unions may soon be allowed to operate legally in Bahrain when the Gulf state introduces an amendment to the labor law that will also allow "some

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The joint Qatar-Bahraini higher committee convenes on Monday in Doha as both countries signed an agreement last month to bolster bilateral ties.

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Bahrain and Qatar are to launch the first ferry service between the two Gulf neighbors, now the world court has settled their territorial dispute, a newspaper reported Saturday, April 14.  "The propos

April 14, 2001

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Bahrain has submitted its candidacy to join the UN Human Rights Commission.

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Bahraini women from across the country will meet late Saturday to form their own national movement, the first of its kind in the Gulf state.