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A problem-based learning (PBL) curriculum was introduced at McMaster University more than three decades ago. Not many schools have adopted the system despite its distinct advantages. The present paper examines the challenges of teaching physiology in a PBL curriculum and gleans through the literature supporting PBL. It appears that one of the reasons why PBL is not becoming readily acceptable is the lack of concrete reports evaluating the curricular outcomes. The suggestion (R.E. Thomas. Med Educ. 31:320-329, 1997) to standardize and internationalize all components of validated PBL curricula is quite valid. A database needs to be generated that can be easily accessed by traditional institutions to see the rationality and easy implementation of the PBL curriculum.  (+info)

Relation of high blood pressure to glucose intolerance, plasma lipids and educational status in an Arabian Gulf population. (2/43)

BACKGROUND: In Bahrain and other populations of the Arabian Peninsula, glucose intolerance is associated with raised plasma total cholesterol, postmenopausal status and low educational status. These associations are not generally seen in other populations with high diabetes prevalence. A study was undertaken in order to determine if hypertension in Bahrainis is associated with the same factors as those related to glucose intolerance. METHODS: A cross-sectional survey of 2120 Bahrainis aged 40-69 years. RESULTS: The age-adjusted prevalence of hypertension (defined as current treatment for hypertension, systolic blood pressure > or = 160 mmHg or diastolic blood pressure > or = 95 mmHg) rose with increasing degrees of glucose intolerance. Age- and sex-standardized prevalence of hypertension was 21% (95% CI: 19-24%) in those with normal glucose tolerance, 31% (95% CI: 27-36%) in those with impaired glucose tolerance, and 38% (95% CI: 34-42%) in those with diabetes. In a multivariate analysis adjusting for age and sex, raised blood pressure was independently associated with waist girth, plasma cholesterol, glucose intolerance, family history of hypertension and (in women) postmenopausal status. There was an inverse relationship between blood pressure and educational status that was independent of other variables. This association parallels the inverse relationship of diabetes to educational level and is consistent with low educational level being a marker for socioeconomic deprivation in early life in this population. CONCLUSION: The high prevalence rates of hypertension and diabetes in Bahrainis are manifestations of a pattern of metabolic disturbances that includes raised plasma cholesterol levels. Both hypertension and diabetes are associated with low educational status, which in this population is a marker for socioeconomic deprivation in early life. This suggests that the risk of hypertension may be set by environmental factors in early life.  (+info)

Extent of use of immediate-release formulations of calcium channel blockers as antihypertensive monotherapy by primary care physicians: multicentric study from Bahrain. (3/43)

BACKGROUND: The issue of cardiovascular safety of calcium channel blockers (CCBs) has been widely debated in view of reflex increase in sympathetic activity induced by immediate release (IR) / short acting formulations. It is generally agreed that such CCBs should not be used alone in the management of hypertension. AIMS: We have determined the extent to which primary care physicians prescribe CCBs as monotherapy, especially the immediate release formulations, in the management of uncomplicated hypertension and diabetic hypertension - with an emphasis upon the age of the patients. SETTING, DESIGN AND METHODS: A retrospective prescription-based study was carried out in seven out of 18 Health Centres in Bahrain. The study involved a registered population of 229,300 representing 46% of registered individuals, and 35 physicians representing 43% of all primary care physicians. The data was collected between November 1998 and January 1999 using chronic dispensing cards. RESULTS: In all categories CCBs were the third commonly prescribed antihypertensive as monotherapy, with a prescription rate of 11.1% in uncomplicated hypertension, 18% in diabetic hypertension and 20.1% in elderly patients above 65 years of age. Nifedipine formulations were the most extensively prescribed CCBs. Almost half of the CCB-treated patients were on IR-nifedipine, whereas IR-diltiazem and IR-verapamil, and amlodipine were infrequently prescribed. CONCLUSION: Prescription of IR-formulations of CCBs as monotherapy by primary care physicians does not conform with recommended guidelines. In view of concerns about the safety of such practice, measures to change the prescribing pattern are required.  (+info)

Specific HLA-DRB and -DQB alleles and haplotypes confer disease susceptibility or resistance in Bahraini type 1 diabetes patients. (4/43)

Insofar as genetic susceptibility to type 1 diabetes is associated with HLA class II genes, with certain allelic combinations conferring disease susceptibility or resistance, this study assessed the distributions of HLA-DR and -DQ among 107 unrelated patients with type 1 diabetes and 88 healthy controls from Bahrain, all of Arab origin. The HLA-DRB and -DQB genotypes were determined by PCR-sequence-specific priming. The following alleles showed the strongest association with type 1 diabetes among patients versus controls according to their frequencies: DRB1*030101 (0.430 versus 0.097; P < 0.001), DRB1*040101 (0.243 versus 0.034; P < 0.001), DQB1*0201 (0.467 versus 0.193; P < 0.001), and DQB1*0302 (0.229 versus 0.091; P < 0.001). When the frequencies of alleles in controls were compared to those in patients, negative associations were seen for DRB1*100101 (0.085 versus 0.014; P < 0.001), DRB1*110101 (0.210 versus 0.060; P < 0.001), DQB1*030101 (0.170 versus 0.075; P = 0.006), and DQB1*050101 (0.335 versus 0.121; P < 0.001). In addition, the DRB1*030101-DQB1*0201 (70.1 versus 22.7%; P < 0.001) and DRB1*030101-DQB1*0302 (21.5 versus 0.0%; P < 0.001) genotypes were more prevalent among patients, thereby conferring disease susceptibility, whereas the DRB1*100101-DQB1*050101 (20.5 versus 2.8%; P < 0.001), DRB1*110101-DQB1*030101 (28.4 versus 8.4%; P < 0.001), and DRB1*110101-DQB1*050101 (30.7 versus 0.9%; P < 0.001) genotypes were more prevalent among controls, thus assigning a protective role. These results confirm the association of specific HLA-DR and -DQ alleles and haplotypes with type 1 diabetes and may underline several characteristics that distinguish Bahraini patients from other Caucasians patients.  (+info)

HLA class II profile and distribution of HLA-DRB1 and HLA-DQB1 alleles and haplotypes among Lebanese and Bahraini Arabs. (5/43)

The gene frequencies of HLA class II alleles were studied in 95 healthy Lebanese Arab and 72 healthy Bahraini Arab subjects. Our aim was to establish the genetic relationship between Bahraini and Lebanese Arabs in terms of HLA class II gene and haplotype frequencies and to compare these results with frequencies for other countries with populations of Caucasian and non-Caucasian descent. Subjects were unrelated and of both sexes, and HLA-DRB1 and -DQB1 genotyping was done by the PCR sequence-specific primer technique. Comparative analysis of the HLA-DR and -DQ alleles revealed differences in the allelic distribution among Bahraini and Lebanese subjects. Analysis of the 25 HLA-DRB1 alleles that have been investigated showed that the DRB1*040101 and DRB1*110101 alleles were more frequent among Lebanese, whereas DRB1*030101 and DRB1*160101 alleles were more frequent among Bahrainis. Similarly, of the seven HLA-DQB1 alleles analyzed, the presence of DQB1*0201 was more frequent among Bahrainis, whereas DQB1*030101 was more frequent among Lebanese. The DRB1*160101-DQB1*050101 (0.1318 versus 0.0379%) and DRB1*030101-DQB1*0201 (0.1202 versus 0.0321%) haplotypes were more frequent among Bahrainis, while the DRB1*110101-DQB1*030101 (0.3142 versus 0.1198%) and DRB1*040101-DQB1*0302 (0.1416 versus 0.0278%) haplotypes were more frequent in Lebanese subjects. Furthermore, a high prevalence of the DRB1*040101-DRB1*110101-DQB1*0302-DQB1*030101 (12.63 versus 1.35%, P = 0.015) and the homozygous DRB1*110101-DRB1*110101-DQB1*030101-DQB1*030101 (7.37 versus 0.00%, P = 0.046) genotypes was seen among Lebanese, and DRB1*070101-DRB1*160101-DQB1*0201-DQB1*050101 (6.76 versus 0.00%, P = 0.034) was seen more frequently among Bahraini subjects. Our results underline significant differences between these two populations in HLA class II distribution, provide basic information for further studies of major histocompatibility complex heterogeneity among Arabic-speaking countries, and serve as a reference for further anthropological studies.  (+info)

Susceptible and protective human leukocyte antigen class II alleles and haplotypes in bahraini type 2 (non-insulin-dependent) diabetes mellitus patients. (6/43)

Whereas the genetic risk for type 1 diabetes is linked to human leukocyte antigen (HLA) class II genes, the HLA association in type 2 (non-insulin-dependent) diabetes is less clear. The association between HLA class II genotypes and type 2 diabetes was examined in adult Bahrainis, an Arab population with a high prevalence of type 2 diabetes. HLA-DRB1* and -DQB1* genotyping of 86 unrelated type 2 diabetes patients (age, 51.6+/-8.2 years; mean duration of diabetes, 7.7+/-7.1 years) who had a strong family history of diabetes (52 of 72 versus 0 of 89 for controls, P<0.001) and 89 healthy subjects was done by PCR-sequence-specific priming. DRB1*040101 (0.1221 versus 0.0562, P=0.019) and DRB1*070101 (0.2151 versus 0.0843, P<0.001) were positively associated, while DRB1*110101 (0.0698 versus 0.1461, P=0.014) and DRB1*160101 (0.0640 versus 0.1236, P=0.038) were negatively associated with type 2 diabetes. DRB1*040101-DQB1*0302 (0.069 versus 0.0007; P=0.004), DRB1*070101-DQB1*0201 (0.178 versus 0.0761, P=0.007), DRB1*070101-DQB1*050101 (0.125 versus 0.0310, P=0.002), and DRB1*150101-DQB1*060101 (0.0756 versus 0.0281, P=0.008) were more prevalent among patients, while DRB1*160101-DQB1*050101 (0.0702 versus 0.0349, P=0.05) was more prevalent among controls, conferring disease susceptibility or protection, respectively. In Bahrainis with type 2 diabetes, there is a significant association with select HLA class II genotypes, which were distinct from those in type 1 diabetes.  (+info)

Clinical relevance of virulence genes in Campylobacter jejuni isolates in Bahrain. (7/43)

There are no data describing the genetic make-up of Campylobacter strains (an important aetiological agent of diarrhoea) circulating in the Arabian Gulf region. Here, the molecular characterization of two virulence genes in Campylobacter jejuni from Bahrain and the relationship with clinical infection are reported. Molecular screening for cytolethal distending toxin (cdtB) and invasion-associated marker (iam) genes was carried out on C. jejuni stool isolates collected from January 2002 to January 2004 in Bahrain. The molecular characterization was correlated with the patients' socio-demographic and clinical parameters. Of the 96 C. jejuni strains tested, 50 (52 %) were cdtB+/iam+, 30 (31 %) were cdtB+/iam- and 16 (17 %) were cdtB-/iam-. Sixty-nine per cent (66/96) of patients were less than 3 years old, with significantly higher detection of cdtB+/iam+ and cdtB+/iam- strains (P < 0.001 and P < 0.01, respectively) in this age group. Seventy patients (73 %) were symptomatic. In the group that were less than 3 years old, 62 and 85 % of those with cdtB+/iam+ and cdtB+/iam- strains, respectively, were symptomatic compared with 100 % for those over 3 years of age. However, the presence of cdtB-/iam- strains still resulted in clinical infection in the children under 3 years but not in the older patients. This is the first report describing the molecular characterization of virulence genes in Campylobacter isolates from this region. The findings indicate that strains of different virulence genetic make-up are circulating in the population, with children under the age of 3 years being most vulnerable. Further work on the molecular characterization, gene expression and determination of the invasive phenotypes of C. jejuni strains circulating in different regions is needed.  (+info)

Detection of Helicobacter pylori cagA gene in gastric biopsies, clinical isolates and faeces. (8/43)

PURPOSE: Helicobacter pylori infection is common in the developing countries. The cagA gene is a marker of pathogenicity island (PAI) in H. pylori . The aim of this study was to determine the prevalence of cagA among dyspeptic patients in Bahrain directly from gastric biopsy and stool specimen. METHODS: A total of 100 gastric biopsy samples, 16 clinical isolates and 44 faecal specimens were collected from Bahraini adult dyspeptic patients. cagA gene of H. pylori was assessed using polymerase chain reaction (PCR). RESULTS: The cagA gene was detected in 59 (59%) from biopsy specimens, 10 (62%) clinical isolates and in 10 (22.7%) faecal specimens. The detection of cagA positive H. pylori was significantly higher in patients with duodenal ulcer (80%) compared to those with other endoscopic finding (42%) (P < 0.05). CONCLUSIONS: Using PCR to detect cagA gene directly from biopsy is a rapid and reliable technique. However, using stool specimen for genotyping in our patients showed reduced sensitivity.  (+info)

The U.S.-Bahrain security relationship is deep and long-standing. In exchange for a tacit security guarantee against Iran or other aggressors, Bahrain has provided key support for U.S. interests by hosting U.S. naval headquarters for the Gulf for over 60 years and by providing facilities and small numbers of personnel for U.S. war efforts in Iraq and Afghanistan. Because of the instability in Bahrain, there is concern that U.S. use of the naval headquarters facilities might become untenable, but there are no evident moves to relocate it. This facility has been pivotal to U.S. strategy to deter any Iranian aggression as well as to interdict the movement of terrorists and weapons-related technology on Gulf waterways. Beyond the naval facility, the United States signed a formal defense pact with Bahrain in 1991 and has designated Bahrain as a "major non- NATO ally," entitling it to sales of sophisticated U.S. weapons systems. Bahrain also receives small amounts of U.S. security assistance. New U.S. ...
Beirut, 5 June 2012 -- The Gulf Center for Human Rights (GCHR), the Bahrain Center for Human Rights (BCHR), Bahrain Rehabilitation Against Violence Organization (BRAVO), and Bahrain Human Rights Society (BHRS), express grave concern regarding the act of humiliation, intimidation and violation to the privacy directed at the prominent human rights lawyer Mohamed Al-Tajer, days after his participation at the Bahrain UPR meetings in Geneva.. The above mentioned NGOs received information that private photos and videos of the human rights lawyer Mohamed Al-Tajer and his wife have been circulated online in the past two days via pro-government forums and accounts on the social media.. The Human Rights Lawyer, Mohammed Al-Tajer, stated that he had previously provided testimony to the Bahrain Independent Commission of Inquiry BICI that "he was videotaped sleeping with his wife and that he was threatened that this tape would be made public." (BICI 1261.b). According to Al-Tajers testimony, after spending ...
The wildlife of Bahrain is the flora and fauna of the archipelago of Bahrain, and is more varied than might be expected of this small group of islands in the Persian Gulf. Apart from a strip of the north and west of the main island, where crops are irrigated, the land is arid. With a very hot dry summer, a mild winter, and brackish groundwater, the plants need adaptations in order to survive. Nevertheless, 196 species of higher plant have been recorded here, as well as about seventeen species of terrestrial mammals, many birds and reptiles, and a large number of migratory birds visit the islands in autumn and spring. Bahrain is a group of islands on the western side of the Persian Gulf, approximately halfway between Saudi Arabia, 24 kilometres (15 mi) to the west and Qatar, 28 kilometres (17 mi) to the east. Bahrain Island is the largest island and is 55 kilometres (34 mi) long by 18 kilometres (11 mi) wide. It consists of a low plain with a central hill, the Mountain of Smoke, the highest point ...
The Central Bank of Bahrain and Financial Institutions Law 2006 (CBB Law) was promulgated on 6 September 2006 with the issuance of Decree No. (64) of 2006.Decree No. 64 implemented the CBB Law and repealed the BMA Law of 1973 as well as the Insurance Law of 1987. The CBB Law established the Central Bank of Bahrain as the successor organisation of the Bahrain Monetary Agency. It also set out the CBBs mandate, governance and powers.The CBB Law provides enhanced enforcement powers to the CBB as well as reinforces its operational independence. Other highlights include an expanded range of powers with respect to the regulation of the capital markets and the offering of securities (Parts 4 and 5), including the creation of the statutory offences of insider trading and market abuse. Part 6 of the CBB Law provides, for the first time, a legal basis under Bahrain law for close-out netting.The CBB Law represents a significant modernization and simplification of Bahrains financial services legislation, ...
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Bahrain: A Case Study in Despotism by Stephen Lendman In summer 2010, sporadic protests began. By mid-February last year, major ones erupted. From then to now, they challenged repressive rule nonviolently. They continue daily. At issue is King Sheikh Hamad bin Isa Al-Khalifas regime. Bahrainis want democratic change, sectarian Shia discrimination ended, equitable distribution of state wealth, political prisoners released, and terrorizing stopped. They also want popularly elected leaders replacing Al-Khalifa rule. Its despotic, ruthless and intolerable. For months, many thousands braved security force attacks with tear gas, beatings, rubber bullets, live fire, arrests, torture, and disappearances. Last March, Saudi troops entered Bahrain guns blazing. They remain, terrorizing Bahraini men, women, children, doctors, journalists, human rights activists, and foreign observers. So do state police. No matter. King Hamads a close US ally. Bahrains the home of Americas Fifth Fleet. Generous aids ...
Since April, university authorities have suspended or expelled at least 500 students for allegedly taking part in or voicing support for anti-government protests in February and March. Of the students subjected to disciplinary action, more than 400 were enrolled in the University of Bahrain and more than 60 in Bahrain Polytechnic.. Twenty-nine students at three universities told Human Rights Watch that they were suspended or expelled simply for attending demonstrations at the Pearl Roundabout or posting statements critical of the government on Facebook or Twitter. The students told Human Rights Watch that university officials used photos and remarks from Facebook pages to identify those who participated in protests. Investigative committees questioned them for between 20 minutes and an hour, they said, and did not give them a meaningful opportunity to challenge the expulsion or suspension decisions.. University of Bahrain officials announced on April 19 that they had expelled 120 students for ...
By Patrick Cockburn via Independent. Journalists in Bahrain are being arrested and mistreated in a bid to prevent reporting of mass protests today demanding democratic rights in the island kingdom where the majority of the population is Shia but absolute power is in the hands of the Sunni monarchy.. In a further sign of nervousness on the part of authorities in Bahrain ahead of the protests, the countrys prime minister issued an ominous warning in an apparent attempt to deter protesters from taking to the streets.. "The government will forcefully confront suspect calls to violate law and order and those who stand behind them through decisive measures," Sheikh Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa was quoted by the official Bahrain news agency as saying.. The warning comes just days after a Royal decree was issued that outlawed the holding of demonstrations and sit-ins in the capital Manama. The decree also introduced a new law that would impose penalties on parents who allow their children to take part ...
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GENEVA (21 January 2019) - The Committee on the Rights of the Child today concluded its consideration of the combined fourth to sixth periodic report of Bahrain on measures taken to implement the provisions of the Convention on the Rights of the Child.. Jameel Mohamed Ali Humaidan, Minister of Labour and Social Development of Bahrain, introducing the report, said that the National Strategy for Children 2013-2017, based on the principles set forth by the Convention, had been extended to 2023 and stressed the adoption of a number of laws to guarantee the rights of the child, including on births, deaths, education and child labour, which was strictly prohibited, while the Child Law N°37 of 2012 had become the primary reference for all other laws. The Bahraini child enjoyed a relatively high standard of living: the country ranked 43rd on the Human Development Index, up by 13.4 per cent since 1990; life expectancy at birth had increased by over 4 years and now stood at 76; the average years of study ...
Bahrain - Bahrain - Religion: The population is predominately Muslim and includes both the Sunni and the Shīʿite sects, with the latter in the majority. The ruling family and many of the wealthier and more influential Bahrainis are Sunni, and this difference has been an underlying cause of political and social tension. Christians constitute about half of the remaining one-fifth of the population, with the rest consisting of Jews, Hindus, and Bahāʾīs. The majority of the population now dwells in towns, but in the north and northwest of the main island, where irrigation has long been carried out using artesian water, there are numerous small
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Prominent human rights defender and founder of the Bahrain Centre for Human rights (BCHR) and the Gulf Center for Human Rights (GCHR), Abdulhadi Al-Khawaja, has declared an open hunger strike "in protest against the continuation of arbitrary arrest and detention." In a statement made to members of his immediate family during a visit today, Mr. AlKhawaja declared that he would refuse all food and liquids with the exception of water. He also informed his family that due to the drugging, force feeding and the forced ending of his last hunger strike, he will also refuse to be taken to any hospital, the prison clinic or to receive any IV treatment during his strike.. Mr. Al-Khawaja was arbitrary arrested on 9 April 2011 and sentenced to life imprisonment by a military court in a grossly unfair trial for his peaceful and legitimate human rights activism. He was subjected to torture during both his arrest and detention. The Bahrain Independent Commission of Inquiry (BICI) found that this torture ...
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That this House notes the lack of reform in the administration of criminal cases in Bahrain despite the acceptance of the Bahrain Independent Commission of Inquiry Report in 2011; is concerned by the failure of the Bahraini government to implement a number of the recommendations made by the Bahrain Independent Commission of Inquiry specifically to address the culture of impunity and inequality of Bahrains justice system; further notes the 2014 Human Rights Watch Report that highlights the continued prosecution and conviction of defendants, including human rights activists, political figures and medical personnel, on charges based on the exercise of rights to freedom of expression, association and peaceful assembly; is further concerned by the harsh sentences given by court judges for insulting the king and the ratification of recent penal code amendments in February 2014 that increase the sentence for such charges; expresses disappointment at the inadequacy of Bahrains attempt to investigate ...
As one of 20 Bahraini doctors and nurses given up to 15 years in prison, Dr Roula al-Saffar recalls with outrage the tortures inflicted as police tried to force her and other medical specialists to confess to "a doctors plot" to overthrow the Bahraini government.. "It was a nightmare," Dr Saffar, the 49-year-old president of the Bahraini Nursing Society, told The Independent in a phone interview from Bahrain, on the day that she had originally been told she would go to prison - a fate that now appears to have been briefly postponed. "They gave me electric shocks and beat me with a cable. They did not let me sleep for three or four days.". She was given only a single bottle of water to drink in the course of a week-long interrogation. Even being given permission to go to the toilet depended on the mood of the police who were abusing her.. She was horrified to see school girls in shock who had been threatened with rape by interrogators, and she still fears that some of them may have been sexually ...
A few weeks before the protests, the Cabinet of Bahrain made a number of concessions, including increasing social spending and offering to free some of the minors arrested in the Manama incident in August.[68] On 4 February, several hundred Bahrainis gathered in front of the Egyptian embassy in Manama to express support for anti-government protesters there.[69] According to The Wall Street Journal, this was "one of the first such gatherings to be held in the oil-rich Persian Gulf states."[69] At the gathering, Ibrahim Sharif, the secretary-general of the National Democratic Action Society (Waad), called for "local reform."[69]. On 11 February, hundreds of Bahrainis and Egyptians took to the streets near the Egyptian embassy in Manama to celebrate the fall of Egypts president Hosni Mubarak following the successful Egyptian Revolution of 2011. Security forces reacted swiftly to contain the crowd by setting a number of roadblocks.[53] In the Khutbah preceding Friday prayer, Shiekh Isa Qassim, a ...
Manama) - Bahraini authorities should immediately release seven prominent opposition activists and a surgeon arrested on March 17, 2011, or charge them with a recognizable criminal offense and bring them immediately before an independent judicial authority, Human Rights Watch said today. Authorities should also reveal their whereabouts and provide them with immediate access to counsel and their families. The official Bahrain News Agency announced on March 17 that the Bahraini Defense Force had arrested "several leaders of the sedition ring who had called for the downfall of the regime and had intelligence contacts with foreign countries." The statement accused the seven of inciting violence that led to the "killing of citizens and the destruction of public and private property." On March 15 King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa decreed a three-month state of emergency to quell continuing peaceful anti-government street protests. "The government is depriving them of their liberty in a completely ...
Manama regimes use of force against Bahrainis popular uprising is abortive," Deputy secretary general of Bahrains Islamic Action Society (Al Amal), Sheikh Abdullah Saleh highlighted.. "Al Khalifa regimes policy to resort to violence and military means to suppress and intimidate the Bahrain people has never been effective," Sheikh Saleh underscored.. The top cleric further emphasized that the kingdom has employed foreign mercenaries from eight countries against the "defenseless, unarmed and peaceful" nation of Bahrain, who seek the fulfilment of their legitimate demands.. The opposition figure went on to say that the "undignified" measures of the Al Khalifa dynasty have their roots in regimes dependence on the Saudis and are in line with its attempts to appease Riyadh.. Bahrain, a close ally of the US in the Persian Gulf region, has been witnessing almost daily protests against the ruling Al Khalifa dynasty since early 2011, with Manama using heavy-handed measures in an attempt to crush the ...
MANAMA, Bahrain - A 23-year-old Bahraini suffering from sickle-cell anemia who was detained by police as part of a security investigation has died a week after being taken to the hospital, authorities in the Gulf island kingdom said today.. The countrys main Shiite opposition group, al-Wefaq, hailed the man as a martyr and blamed the government for his death because of what it alleged was improper care while in custody.. The Ministry of Interior said the man, identified as Jaffar Mohammed Jaffar, had sickle-cell anemia and died at around 3:15 a.m. today. He had been receiving treatment at Salmaniya Medical Complex after being admitted on Feb. 19. It is unclear how - or if - his disease contributed to his death.. The office of public prosecution said in an email that the hospital report indicated that Jaffar died of a pulmonary embolism and that there were no signs of injury on his body. As a result of his sickle-cell condition, he suffered from blood clots in the lungs that led to respiratory ...
SHAFAQNA - Bahrains foreign minister urged world leaders Sunday to do more to cut off funding for terrorist groups and prevent them from profiting from illegal businesses.. Sheik Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifa made the comments at the start of a meeting in the Bahraini capita, Manama, aimed at bringing together financial experts to improve the fight against extremist fundraising.. He urged delegates to set a path to ensure that financial institutions and charities cannot funnel funds to terrorist groups, and "put an end to their ability to smuggle goods and extort funds from commercial enterprises.". The head of the U.S. Treasury Departments effort to undermine the Islamic States finances, David Cohen, last month estimated the group was earning about $1 million a day from black market oil sales alone. It also generates cash from criminal enterprises such as extortion, bank robbery and kidnapping for ransom. Only a small amount of its funding is believed to come from outside donors.. The one-day ...
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A court in Bahrain sentenced nine people to life in prison on charges of forming a militant group, manufacturing explosives and plotting attacks aimed at destabilizing the restive Gulf kingdom.
These data were gathered to provide information on the elderly in Bahrain, Egypt, Jordan, and Tunisia. Questions were asked regarding demographic characteristics (age, race, sex, marital status, religion, number of children and siblings, education), economic resources (employment status of respondent and of respondents spouse, main income source, other income sources, whether house was owned), health (current health status, accidents and/or injuries affecting daily activities, number of times respondent saw a health professional in the previous month, number of days in hospital, nursing home, or rehabilitation center in the previous month, medications currently used, usage of any devices to assist in getting around), activities of daily living, living habits (smoking or drinking), social activities (club membership, whether respondent had a confidant), housing (satisfaction with current living conditions, accessibility to quarters, safety), and mental state of the respondent.. ...
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The GDP per capita in Iceland is $40,700 while in Bahrain it is $29,800. This entry shows GDP on a purchasing power parity basis divided by population as of 1 July for the same year. A nations GDP at purchasing power parity (PPP) exchange rates is the sum value of all goods and services produced in the country valued at prices prevailing in the United States. This is the measure most economists prefer when looking at per-capita welfare and when comparing living conditions or use of resources across countries. The measure is difficult to compute, as a US dollar value has to be assigned to all goods and services in the country regardless of whether these goods and services have a direct equivalent in the United States (for example, the value of an ox-cart or non-US military equipment); as a result, PPP estimates for some countries are based on a small and sometimes different set of goods and services. In addition, many countries do not formally participate in the World Banks PPP project that ...
The 1st International Conference on Advanced Research (ICAR 2016) has been organised by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research (APIAR). Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd University (PMU) has agreed to provide APIAR relevant academic support. The conference will be held on 25th and 26th of January 2017 in Manama, Bahrain.
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D. Freedom of Expression and Belief: 2 / 16. The government owns all broadcast media outlets, and the private owners of Bahrains three main newspapers have close ties to the state. Self-censorship is encouraged by the vaguely worded 2002 Press Law, which allows the state to imprison journalists for criticizing the king or Islam or for threatening national security. In February 2014, the king enacted a law that criminalized insults against him, which carries a prison term of up to seven years and steep fees.. The government and its supporters have used the press to smear human rights and opposition activists repeatedly since 2011, most notably in separate campaigns against the former opposition newspaper Al-Wasat and its editor, Mansoor al-Jamri. Several prominent activists were targeted in 2014, including Zainab al-Khawaja, a daughter of the imprisoned high-profile activist Abdulhadi al-Khawaja. Zainab had been arrested in 2013 for criticizing the government, was later released, and then was ...
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I dare you publish this but Ill take a rain check.. Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed said: Our Iranian neighbors have a real problem in understanding and identifying way in which they deal with their neighbors this is enough motives for Iran to develop advanced Falsepride against UAE. To solve Bahrain problem thats aint the language that Iran understands. Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed must stop diplomatic games and quit apologetic language. Iranian politician aint polite. Iran aint neighbor no mo its an enemy. Iran killing tens of thousands of Sunni elders, women & children in Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, Kurdistan, Baluchistan and Afghanistan. Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed must inform Khamenei formally through UAE ambassador to Tehran that every Sunni Citizens of the 50 million GCC populations of TWO TRILLION DOLLARS economy is an illegible citizen of Bahrain and has the right for Bahraini Passport at sight and vote. Let see how Iran can Democratize Bahrain. Shut-up Mitch. No Jews on Temple Mount Today. ...
Outpatient parenteral antimicrobial therapy with ceftriaxone for acute tonsillopharyngitis: efficacy, patient satisfaction, cost effectiveness, and safety Samah Al Alawi,1 Somaya Abdulkarim,1 Hazem Elhennawy,1 Anwar Al-Mansoor,2 Ahmed Al Ansari3,4,5 1Department of Family Medicine, 2Department of Dietetics and Nutrition, 3Training and Education Department, Bahrain Defence Force Hospital, Riffa, 4Arabian Gulf University, Manama, 5Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland, Busaiteen, Kingdom of Bahrain Background: Outpatient parenteral antimicrobial therapy (OPAT) is the administration of intravenous antimicrobial therapy to patients in an outpatient setting. It may be used for patients who have infections that require parenteral treatment but who are otherwise stable enough to not require admission as inpatients. Objective: We aimed to review the treatment of patients with acute tonsillopharyngitis at the OPAT health care clinic in the Bahrain Defense Force Royal Medical Services (BDF-RMS), with regard to
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Prevalence and risk factors associated with nutrition-related noncommunicable diseases in the Eastern Mediterranean region Abdulrahman O Musaiger1, Hazzaa M Al-Hazzaa21Nutrition and Health Studies Unit, Deanship of Scientific Research, University of Bahrain, Bahrain, and Arab Center for Nutrition, Bahrain; 2Exercise Physiology Laboratory, Department of Physical Education and Movement Science, College of Education, and Scientific Board, Obesity Research Chair, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi ArabiaAbstract: This paper reviews the current situation concerning nutrition-related noncommunicable diseases (N-NCDs) and the risk factors associated with these diseases in the Eastern Mediterranean region (EMR). A systematic literature review of studies and reports published between January 1, 1990 and September 15, 2011 was conducted using the PubMed and Google Scholar databases. Cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, metabolic syndrome, obesity, cancer, and osteoporosis have become the main causes of
GulfRun kick-started last weekend, and will continue until February 2017, involving several thrilling activities taking place in Kuwait and Bahrain. Alongside the Karting Endurance Race, the event will also include an exciting car show at 360 Mall, where participants will be showcasing their exquisite high-speed sports cars to thrill seeking individuals. Following the car show event, participants will be flying over to the Kingdom of Bahrain to take part in several training procedures in preparation for the final race at the Bahrain International Circuit. Participants will be able to gain valuable insights with the help of qualified trainers and professional instructors who have a long-track of motorsport experience.. It is worth mentioning that GulfRun is an annual motorsport event which was established in 2005 by a group of Kuwaiti youth who are simply passionate about automobile racing. The event extinguishes itself from any other motorsport activity by promoting a safe and secure environment ...
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British Government Suffers Second Defeat. The British government has suffered another defeat for its policy of treating as above the law those it believes to be "royal".. In October 2014 the High Court quashed a decision by the Director of Public Prosecutions that Sheikh Nasser bin Hamad al-Khalifa was, as reported by the Financial Times (FT), "immune from prosecution in the UK because of his royal status".. A citizen of Bahrain who was given asylum in Britain wanted Sheikh Nasser, the son of the king of Bahrain, arrested on the grounds that he was involved in the torture of pro-democracy prisoners.. The Criminal Justice Act 1988 makes torture anywhere in the world by a public official an offence that can be prosecuted in Britain.. According to Alaa Shehabi, a Bahraini activist, "No one should be above international law, including members of the Bahraini ruling family accused of torture".. But the monarchist British state sees things differently. And, as reported by the FT, in August 2012 the ...
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A Bahraini teenager was killedduring clashes with police on Thursday night, oppositionactivists said, and the government of the restive Gulf Arabstate said it was investigating the cause of death.
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As French, American and British forces launch a coordinated attack against the forces of embattled Libyan leader Moammar Kadafi, the staunchly anti-Western rulers of Iran angrily denounced any foreign intervention .. in Bahrain.. The Iranians, who have traditionally been the first to denounce American-led war efforts around the world, have been relatively cautious in their criticism of raids on Kadafis military after Iranian leaders, including President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, strongly denounced Kadafis crackdown against his own people.. The past records of foreign military interventions by world powers have been rather suspicious, Foreign Ministry spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast was quoted as saying by the ISNA news agency on Sunday, according to Deutsche Presse-Agentur.. Mehmanparasts comments were negative but tempered compared with recent Iranian statements on Bahrain, which have led to a diplomatic crisis between the two countries. On Sunday, Iran expelled a Bahraini diplomat in retaliation ...
Bahraini activists and locals describe midnight arrests, disappearances, beatings at checkpoints, and denial of medical care - all aimed at deflating the countrys pro-democracy protest movement.
Over the past 50 years, the discovery of oil has catalyzed considerable infrastructure development in the six GCC countries of Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the UAE. The consequent need for expansion in the workforce has led to an influx of migrant workers over the past three decades.2 For example, in the 1960s, Qatar had a small, homogenous Arab population of 100,000.This population has increased more than twentyfold to over 2 million, primarily through immigration.3 "Foreigners" now make up 70% of Qatars population and an estimated 94% of its workforce. In neighboring Saudi Arabia, migrant workers constitute around one-third of the population.4 Similarly, migrants make up more than half the population in Bahrain.5 In the UAE, migrants account for more than 80% of the population.6 This immigration has helped GCC countries accelerate development, and the resulting remittance flows have undoubtedly had a positive effect on the economic prosperity of certain economically ...
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Iran with its powerful army and plans to have a foothold in the Gulf area has been working for decades, and the radical regime has been interfering in Iraq, Bahrain and Yemen for about ten years. Not only this, but also there have been a lot of calls from a number of mullahs that are closely related to the army and President Ahmadinejad to free the two holly cities of Mecca and Medina which are occupied by the Wahhabi Saudi government. These calls were not regarded seriously by the Gulf regimes; however, because of the retreat of the United States from the Middle East, Iran is in more powerful position and its hostile attitude to the Gulf countries becomes clearer than how it was lately. GCC countries are fighting Iran by supporting the Free Army in Syria, the Yemeni new regime, and by interfering in Bahrain against the Shia rebellions. Unfortunately, this threat is not the only serious threat to the regions rulers. Gulf countries have no well-trained army nor do they have the weapons that ...
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The tiny Persian Gulf island nation of Bahrain is home to one of the most mysterious ancient civilizations of the Middle East.. Archaeologists have long known about a civilization called Dilmun. Its mentioned in many Mesopotamian texts as a wealthy place of "sweet water." Even the Epic of Gilgamesh mentions it, but all the sources were vague about its location.. It wasnt until the middle of the 20th century that excavations in Bahrain uncovered impressive cities and temples and proved that Dilmun was located there. Archaeologists found that Dilmun had been an important center for the Persian Gulf trade route that flourished between the Mesopotamian civilizations in what is now Iraq and the Indus Valley in southern Asia around 2000 B.C. Dilmuns trade connections also extended to civilizations in Oman, Turkey, and Syria.. Dilmun owed its importance for being one of the few spots to get fresh water along the route. Ships would stop there to rest and fill up on supplies, and Dilmun became an ...
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With its 166,280,712 people, Bangladesh is the 8th largest country in the world by population. It is the 95th largest country in the world by area with 143,998 square kilometers. Muslim conversions and settlement in the region now referred to as Bangladesh began in the 10th century, primarily from Arab and Persian traders and preachers. Europeans began to set up trading posts in the area in the 16th century. Eventually the area known as Bengal, primarily Hindu in the western section and mostly Muslim in the eastern half, became part of British India. Partition in 1947 resulted in an eastern wing of Pakistan in the Muslim-majority area, which became East Pakistan. Calls for greater autonomy and animosity between the eastern and western wings of Pakistan led to a Bengali independence movement. That movement, led by the Awami League (AL) and supported by India, won independence for Bangladesh in a brief war in 1971, during which at least 300,000 civilians died. The post-independence, AL government ...
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Onaizah is a rapidly developing city located in the Oasis Region within the heart of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia equidistant from the Red Sea to the west and the Arabian Gulf to the east. The development includes retail, sporting and recreational
Case reports have indicated that psychedelic drugs can trigger preexisting psychiatric conditions, such as psychosis, panic attacks, anxiety disorders, and depression. Case reports provide important clues to researchers, but unlike scientific studies they cannot be generalized to larger populations.. "Case reports of mental health problems following psychedelics are often comparable to case reports of mental health problems linked to intensive meditation, visiting holy sites, or viewing beautiful artwork and sublime natural scenes," the researchers wrote.. Previous research has established that LSD, magic mushrooms, and peyote are not addictive. They are not known to harm the brain. Psychedelic drugs have been gaining the attention of medical researchers in recent years. Scientists at the Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center have found psilocybin, the active ingredient in magic mushrooms, can safely treat death anxiety in patients with advanced-stage cancer. ...
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"Bahrain Centre for Human Rights. June 2007. Retrieved 1 January 2013.. *^ Poverty in Bahrain (YouTube). Bahrain: CNN. 2007. ... "Bahrain: Discovery of Oil". January 1993. Retrieved 22 March 2011.. *^ Down to the wire in Bahrain: Last chance for real ... "Bahrain News Agency. 27 February 2012. Retrieved 26 December 2012.. *^ "Bahrain's housing scene 'set to worsen'". Trade Arabia ... "World Report 2011: Bahrain". Human Rights Watch. Retrieved 26 June 2012.. *^ Staff writer (27 September 1995). "Bahrain Sa'id ' ...
Ajam (Bahrain)[edit]. Main article: Ajam (Bahrain). The "Ajam" are an ethnic community of Bahrain, of Iranian origin. They have ... In addition to this, many names of ancient villages in Bahrain are of Persian origin. It is believed that these names were ... given during the Safavid rule of Bahrain (1501-1722). i.e. Karbabad, Salmabad, Karzakan, Duraz, Barbar, which indicates that ...
Bahrain[edit]. The Medical University of Bahrain or RCSI-Bahrain is a constituent university of the Royal College of Surgeons ... The degree is currently awarded in institutions in Australia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Barbados, Botswana, China, Egypt, Fiji, ...
Thousands protest in Bahrain as MPs resign AFP, 27 February 2011. *^ Habib Toumi, Bahrain Shiite body accused of bias, Gulf ... "Bahrain News.Net. Retrieved 8 July 2014.. *^ a b c d "Alwefaq Society Statute" (in Arabic). 31 May 2008. Retrieved 11 October ... a b Guide to Bahrain's politics - 4 Sep 2008. Ambassador Ereli, US Embassy, Bahrain/Wikileaks/The Guardian ... Bahrain Independent Commission of Inquiry (International figures appointed by King). *Human Price of Freedom and Justice (Local ...
CPI(M) emerged from a division within the Communist Party of India (CPI). The undivided CPI had experienced a period of upsurge during the years following the Second World War. The CPI led armed rebellions in Telangana, Tripura, and Kerala. However, it soon abandoned the strategy of armed revolution in favour of working within the parliamentary framework. In 1950 B. T. Ranadive, the CPI general secretary and a prominent representative of the radical sector inside the party, was demoted on grounds of left-adventurism. Under the government of the Indian National Congress party of Jawaharlal Nehru, independent India developed close relations and a strategic partnership with the Soviet Union. The Soviet government consequently wished that the Indian communists moderate their criticism towards the Indian state and assume a supportive role towards the Congress governments. However, large sections of the CPI claimed that India remained a semi-feudal country, and that class struggle could not be put on ...
Bahrain: Donated $5 million.[12]. *. Bangladesh: Donated $1 million and offered rescuers.[13] ...
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The 2012-15 unrest in Romania refers to a prolonged period of civil unrest and political scandals in Romania, which took magnitude after the second half of the 2000s. The wave of civil demonstrations started in January 2012, once with the introduction of a new health reform legislation. The protests were fueled by the austerity measures applied in May 2010, but also by the unpopularity of Băsescu-backed Boc government. The demonstrations were characterized by widespread rioting and acts of vandalism. The political situation precipitated, so Prime Minister Emil Boc decided to step down on 6 February 2012.. In the first six months of the year, three governments have been changed. The summer of 2012 was marked by a large-scale political crisis, fed by accusations of plagiarism to PSD-backed Prime Minister Victor Ponta and culminating with the suspension of President Traian Băsescu. Although the presidential impeachment referendum showed that over 80% of the voters wanted his dismissal, the ...
Brothers Dr. John Harvey and Will Keith Kellogg founded a health food company, the Battle Creek Sanitarium Health Food Company in 1898. This company produced foodstuffs for current and former patients at Dr. J. H. Kellogg's Battle Creek Sanitarium. The company later became known as the Battle Creek Sanitarium Food Company in 1901. During this time, the company produced and marketed health foods such as corn flakes, Granola and Caramel Cereal Coffee.[9] The company merged with the Sanitas Nut Food Company (founded in 1899 by Dr. J. H. Kellogg) to become the Kellogg Food Company in July 1908, and sold nut butters and meat substitutes, and it was then that the company's products all began to be sold under the trade name, "Kellogg's". At this time, Dr. J. H. Kellogg owned all but 2 of its 15,000 shares of stock. In 1921, it changed its name back to Battle Creek Food Company.[9] However, Dr. John Harvey forbade his brother Will from distributing cereal beyond his patients. As a result, the brothers ...
April 25 won the Man'gyŏngdae Prize, and Rimyŏngsu won the Poch'ŏnbo Torch Prize. [4] Rimyŏngsu also won a Technical Innovation Contest held in P'yŏngyang in June and July, with eleven wins, one draw and two losses for 25 points, with 19 goals for; April 25 finished second, equal in points with Rimyŏngsu but with one goal less, and Kigwancha finished third with 20 points. Twelve teams took part in the competition: April 25, Rimyŏngsu, Sobaeksu, Amrokkang, Maebong, Man'gyŏngbong, Ponghwasan, Myohyangsan, P'yŏngyang City, Kigwancha, Kyŏnggong'ŏp, and Ryongnamsan.[5] ...
Bahrain: NSA. *Bangladesh: NSI. *Belarus: KGB RB. *Belgium: ADIV/SGRS. *Bosnia and Herzegovina: OSA-OBA ...
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1 A) Includes Crown dependencies, British Overseas Territories, and former British plantations, crown colonies, colonies, protectorates, protected states, mandates, trust territories and other British possessions. 1 B) The Isle of Man, Jersey and Guernsey are not part of the European Union, but Manxmen and Channel Islanders are citizens of the European Union; the Isle of Man, Jersey and Guernsey, and Manxmen and Channel Islanders themselves (unless they qualify and apply for recognition of a change in status), are however excluded from the benefits of the Four Freedoms of the European Union. 1 C) The Government of the United Kingdom also issue passports to British nationals who are not British citizens with the right of abode in the United Kingdom and who are also not otherwise citizens of the European Union. 2 Non-EU country that has open border with Schengen Area. 3 Russia is a transcontinental country in Eastern Europe and Northern Asia. The vast majority of its population (80%) lives in ...
In France, the Maréchaussée ("Marshalcy") was the forerunner of the French Gendarmerie. A military corps having such duties was first created in 1337, placed under the command of the Constable of France (the Commander-in-Chief of the Royal Armed Forces), and named the Connétablie. In 1627 after the abolition of the title of Connétable, it was put under the command of the "Marshals of France," and renamed the Maréchaussée. Its main mission was to protect the roads from highwaymen.. The Maréchaussée was a mounted military police force organised and equipped along military lines. The force wore uniforms similar to those of the dragoons of the regular army and carried the same muskets and sabres. While its existence ensured the relative safety of French rural districts and roads, the Maréchaussée was regarded in contemporary England (which had no effective police force of any nature) as a symbol of foreign tyranny.. In 1789, on the eve of the French Revolution, the Maréchaussée numbered ...
Bahrain. Bangladesh. 7.5. 4.8. 32.0. 2010. 7.5. 2000 est.. 32.1. 2010 Belarus. 6.9. 3.8. 26.7. 2015. 6.9. 2002. 26.5. 2011 ...
Bahrain) KMF1-293.5 - Armenia (Republic) [note 22]. KMF1001-1490 - Bahrain. KMG - Gaza [note 23]. KMH - Iran. KMJ - Iraq. KMK ...
Bahrain 11,000 Mid East. 39 Gaza & West Bank 11,000 Mid East. 40 Indonesia 11,000 Asia Pacific. ...
Bahrain: NSA. *Bangladesh: NSI. *Belarus: KGB RB. *Belgium: ADIV/SGRS. *Bosnia and Herzegovina: OSA-OBA ...
This is a list of diplomatic missions of Germany. Historically, the German state of Prussia and several smaller German states had sent emissaries abroad prior to the establishment of the North German Confederation, the precursor to the modern Federal Republic of Germany. In 1874, Germany had only four embassies (in London, Paris, Saint Petersburg, and Vienna), but this was complemented by non-ambassadorial representation in the form of 14 ministerial posts (in Athens, Bern, Brussels, The Hague, Constantinople, Copenhagen, Lisbon, Madrid, Rome, Stockholm, Peking, Rio de Janeiro, Washington, D.C., and to the Holy See), seven consulates-general with diplomatic status (in Alexandria, Belgrade, Bucharest, London, New York, Budapest, and Warsaw), and 37 consulates and vice-consulates headed by consular officers. By 1914, five additional embassies were established in Constantinople, Madrid, Rome, Washington, D.C., and Tokyo. The Foreign Office progressively reformed itself at this time to serve ...
Bahrain. 34,662. 23. France. 34,205. 24. Japan. 34,116. 25. China, Republic of (Taiwan). 30,912. ...
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From the start, it was considered socially appropriate for women to play netball; netball's restricted movement appealed to contemporary notions of women's participation in sports, and the sport was distinct from potential rival male sports.[11][22] Netball became a popular women's sport in countries where it was introduced and spread rapidly through school systems. School leagues and domestic competitions emerged during the first half of the 20th century,[23][24] and in 1924 the first national governing body was established in New Zealand.[20] International competition was initially hampered by a lack of funds and varying rules in different countries. Australia hosted New Zealand in the first international game of netball in Melbourne on 20 August 1938; Australia won 40-11.[20] Efforts began in 1957 to standardise netball rules globally: by 1960 international playing rules had been standardised, and the International Federation of Netball and Women's Basketball, later the International Netball ...
On July 5 Chilean President Sebastián Piñera announced in a televised speech educational reforms that his government planned to do in order to satisfy the student demands. The plans announced revolved mainly around a project labelled "GANE" (Spanish acronym for Grand National Accord of Education, forming the Spanish word for win), which would cost 4 billion dollars.[3] The project is to be, if implemented, financed from the Funds of Economical and Social Stabilization (Fondo de Estabilización Económica y Social or FEES) with which a fund named Fund for the Education (Fondo por la Educación) will be created from which the dividends and interest (under 300 million dollars) will be used annually to support public education.[25]. Piñera also announced the shaping of a new legal framework for universities which will allow higher education providers to legally engage in for-profit activity and rejected the public ownership of education proposed by students as a "serious mistake and something ...
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Bahrain - Religion: The population is predominately Muslim and includes both the Sunni and the Shīʿite sects, with the latter ... Bahrain has also been able to benefit from its long tradition as a commercial centre. The countrys central bank is the Bahrain ... Consequently, Bahrain has developed one of the most diversified economies in the Persian Gulf region. Bahrains economic ... Other major settlements are ʿAwālī, near the centre of Bahrain Island, built largely for expatriate employees of the Bahrain ...
"Bahrain Centre for Human Rights. June 2007. Retrieved 1 January 2013.. *^ Poverty in Bahrain (YouTube). Bahrain: CNN. 2007. ... "Bahrain: Discovery of Oil". January 1993. Retrieved 22 March 2011.. *^ Down to the wire in Bahrain: Last chance for real ... "Bahrain News Agency. 27 February 2012. Retrieved 26 December 2012.. *^ "Bahrains housing scene set to worsen". Trade Arabia ... "World Report 2011: Bahrain". Human Rights Watch. Retrieved 26 June 2012.. *^ Staff writer (27 September 1995). "Bahrain Said ...
Bahrain (AP) - Bahrains crown prince says there will be a time and a place for him to participate in the slow-moving ... SAKHIR, Bahrain (AP) - Bahrains crown prince says there will be "a time and a place" for him to participate in the slow-moving ... Organizers of Bahrains Formula One Grand Prix, to be held Sunday, said Thursday that sporadic protests against the race and ... Last month, Bahrains King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa appointed his heir to an additional role overseeing government affairs in ...
The official Bahrain News Agency announced on March 17 that the Bahraini Defense Force had arrested "several leaders of the ... Bahrain: Protest Leaders Arbitrarily Detained. At Least Eight People Arrested Under Martial Law Decree ... The International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, which Bahrain ratified in 2006, permits some restrictions on certain ... has called for Bahrains transformation to a constitutional monarchy. Mushaima, al-Singace, and Husseins groups formed the " ...
Courtesy Bahrain Center for Human Rights (New York) - Universities in Bahrain should immediately reinstate all students, ... At least 60 students at the University of Bahrain and Bahrain Polytechnic remain expelled and the permanent records of hundreds ... while five others await trial for charges relating to the clashes at the University of Bahrain. According to the Bahrain Center ... more than 400 were enrolled in the University of Bahrain and more than 60 in Bahrain Polytechnic. ...
Bahrain recently arrested six of its citizens and accused them of travelling to Iraq and Lebanon for terrorist training and ... The Iranian claim is based on Iranian control of Bahrain for a few years during the 18th century. After that incident, Bahrain ... Unlike Saudi Arabia, which is connected to Bahrain by a causeway bridge, Bahrain does not enforce Islamic law on visitors or ... The Bahrain unrest is causing the government to spend about a billion dollars more than it takes in each year. That is easily ...
A court in Bahrain sentenced nine people to life in prison on charges of forming a militant group, manufacturing explosives and ... Life imprisonment in Bahrain entails 25-years behind bars. According to the Bahrain News Agency, the convicted men had turned a ... A court in Bahrain sentenced nine people to life in prison on charges of forming a militant group, manufacturing explosives and ... Bahraini women hold a placard reading Stop dictatorship in Bahrain as they take part in an anti-government protest in the ...
Bahrain, an American ally that hosts the U.S. Navys 5th Fleet, says it is committed to complying with human rights norms. ... MANAMA, Bahrain - A 23-year-old Bahraini suffering from sickle-cell anemia who was detained by police as part of a security ... In April 2011, a supporter of Bahrains anti-government movement, Rashid Zakaria Hassan, 40, was found dead in a detention ...
Bahrain saw giant demonstrations during the Arab Spring of 2011, but these were brutally crushed by the security forces aided ... Journalists in Bahrain are being arrested and mistreated in a bid to prevent reporting of mass protests today demanding ... In a further sign of nervousness on the part of authorities in Bahrain ahead of the protests, the countrys prime minister ... By contrast, criticism from Washington and London of the persecution of dissidents in Bahrain has been so mild as to reassure ...
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Clarence Nelson, Committee Co-Rapporteur for Bahrain, in his concluding remarks, urged Bahrain to expedite, as quickly as ... JOSÉ ANGEL RODRÍGUEZ REYES, Committee Co-Rapporteur for Bahrain, remarked that Bahrains report made very little reference to ... expressed hope for a fruitful dialogue that would be to the benefit of Bahrains children. Noting Bahrains interest to develop ... Committee on the Rights of the Child considers the report of Bahrain GENEVA (21 January 2019) - The Committee on the Rights of ...
I Was Tortured in Bahrain Police Cell, says One of the Doctors Jailed for 15 Years. by ... I Was Tortured in Bahrain Police Cell, says One of the Doctors Jailed for 15 Years. ... "Knowing what has happened in Bahrain, they can do anything," she says. ... told The Independent in a phone interview from Bahrain, on the day that she had originally been told she would go to prison - a ...
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Bahrain: A Case Study in Despotism. Bahrain: A Case Study in Despotism by Stephen Lendman In summer 2010, sporadic protests ... Bahrains Royal Guard, Bahrains Defense Force, the courts, and all state ministries. Recommendations BCHR urges immediately ... Earlier reports said Bahrain imported toxic gas from America. The Arabic language Al-Alam news channel said it obtained video ... On February 14, Bahrain Youth Society for Human Rights Naji Fateel was arrested along with BCHRs director Nabeel Rajab. Sham ...
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These data were gathered to provide information on the elderly in Bahrain, Egypt, Jordan, and Tunisia. Questions were asked ... These data were gathered to provide information on the elderly in Bahrain, Egypt, Jordan, and Tunisia. Questions were asked ... Andrews, Gary R. World Health Organization Collaborative Study on Social and Health Aspects of Aging in Bahrain, Egypt, Jordan ... World Health Organization Collaborative Study on Social and Health Aspects of Aging in Bahrain, Egypt, Jordan, and Tunisia, ...
Day 7 - Bahrain trip part 1. Today we stop at the first UNESCO Site Bahrain has: Qalat al-Bahrain (Ancient Harbour and Capital ... Qalat al Bahrain site and museum In the News. *On site museum to open, showcasing the discoveries at Qalat Al Bahrain (02.11. ... 2006 - Name change From "Qalat al-Bahrain Archaeological Site" to "Qalat al-Bahrain - Ancient Harbour and Capital of Dilmun" ... civilisation which was centred on Bahrain. Bahrain Island is well served with underground springs and was regarded as a " ...
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  • Associated Press Writer Reem Khalifa contributed to this report from Manama, Bahrain. (yahoo.com)
  • Some of the men were implicated in a November 2011 bombing that damaged cars near the Bahrain International Exhibition & Convention Centre in the capital Manama. (rt.com)
  • MANAMA, Bahrain - A 23-year-old Bahraini suffering from sickle-cell anemia who was detained by police as part of a security investigation has died a week after being taken to the hospital, authorities in the Gulf island kingdom said today. (toledoblade.com)
  • Mayo Clinic Cardiovascular Review in Bahrain: Case Based Approach 2018 is being held in Manama, Bahrain on January 16-20, 2018. (clocate.com)
  • VENUE: The Domain Hotel, Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain. (apiar.org.au)
  • Location: The Domain Hotel, Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain. (apiar.org.au)
  • Mayo Clinic Cardiovascular Review in Bahrain: Case Based Approach 2018 is a course dedicated to clinical evaluation and management of patients. (clocate.com)
  • Iran has historically claimed Bahrain as a province, but the claim was dropped after a UN 1970 survey found that most Bahraini people preferred independence over Iranian control. (wikipedia.org)
  • A riot policeman jumps a fence to extinguish a tire fire set by Bahraini anti-government protesters in Sehla, Bahrain, on Thursday, April 18, 2013. (yahoo.com)
  • The official Bahrain News Agency announced on March 17 that the Bahraini Defense Force had arrested "several leaders of the sedition ring who had called for the downfall of the regime and had intelligence contacts with foreign countries. (hrw.org)
  • It was a nightmare," Dr Saffar, the 49-year-old president of the Bahraini Nursing Society, told The Independent in a phone interview from Bahrain, on the day that she had originally been told she would go to prison - a fate that now appears to have been briefly postponed. (commondreams.org)
  • U.S. passport holders outside of Bahrain may apply and pay for a two-week tourist visa online through the Bahraini government website at http://www.evisa.gov.bh , or may obtain it upon arrival at the airport. (travmed.com)
  • Bahrain has remained the most important commercial and financial centre in the gulf, although it has faced growing competition from the United Arab Emirates . (britannica.com)
  • The University of Bahrain, the country's largest higher education institution, dismissed at least 100 faculty and staff between April and August, in most cases for attending anti-government demonstrations or posting links on social media, Human Rights Watch said. (hrw.org)
  • SAKHIR, Bahrain (AP) - Bahrain's crown prince says there will be "a time and a place" for him to participate in the slow-moving political dialogue in the divided Gulf nation but not yet. (yahoo.com)
  • Human Rights Watch also called on the University of Bahrain to stop requiring students to sign oaths of loyalty to the ruling Al Khalifa family and the government as a condition for enrollment. (hrw.org)
  • The pledge states that the signer will extend "complete loyalty to the leadership of the Kingdom of Bahrain, represented by His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa" and obliges students "not to organize or participate in any activity within the campus or outside that is irrelevant to student and academic affairs and authorized research. (hrw.org)
  • Bahrain is a hereditary kingdom governed by the Al-Khalifa family. (travmed.com)
  • Bahrain has built on its long tradition of shipping and commerce, however, and has been more successful than some other states in the gulf in developing manufacturing and commercial and financial services. (britannica.com)
  • The Saudi Arabian government and other Gulf region governments strongly support the King of Bahrain . (wikipedia.org)
  • A court in Bahrain sentenced nine people to life in prison on charges of forming a militant group, manufacturing explosives and plotting attacks aimed at destabilizing the restive Gulf kingdom. (rt.com)
  • The Bahrain unrest is causing the government to spend about a billion dollars more than it takes in each year. (strategypage.com)
  • Unrest has gripped Sunni-ruled Bahrain since February 2011, when the majority Shi'ites started an uprising for greater political rights. (rt.com)
  • New York) - Universities in Bahrain should immediately reinstate all students, faculty, and staff who were dismissed solely for expressing opinions critical of the government and ruling family or attending overwhelmingly peaceful anti-government demonstrations in February and March of this year, Human Rights Watch said today. (hrw.org)
  • The International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR), which Bahrain ratified in 2006, guarantees freedom of expression and peaceful assembly. (hrw.org)
  • The government-owned Aluminum Bahrain B.S.C. (Alba), one of the world's largest aluminum smelters, and Bapco have been profitable, but this has provided less incentive for privatization. (britannica.com)
  • Same deal in Bahrain, where the Sunni minority considers the Shia ungrateful and untrustworthy. (strategypage.com)
  • The population of Bahrain has been steadily growing, increasing almost 2 percent a year. (britannica.com)
  • The delegation of Bahrain consisted of representatives of the Ministry of Labour and Social Development, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Interior, Ministry of Justice, Islamic Affairs and Endowments, Legislation and Legal Opinion Commission, Supreme Council for Women, and the Permanent Mission of Bahrain to the United Nations Office at Geneva. (ohchr.org)
  • or the Bahrain Permanent Mission to the U.N., 2 United Nations Plaza, East 44th St., New York, NY 10017, telephone (212) 223-6200. (travmed.com)
  • Bahrain, an American ally that hosts the U.S. Navy's 5th Fleet, says it is committed to complying with human rights norms. (toledoblade.com)
  • University administrators accused him of participating in an illegal march inside the university campus, chanting anti-government slogans, abusing the symbols of the Kingdom of Bahrain, and breaching his duties.They fired him in August. (hrw.org)
  • Visit the Embassy of Bahrain website at www.bahrainembassy.org for the most current visa information. (travmed.com)
  • University of Bahrain students who have now been reinstated told Human Rights Watch that they fear they will be required to sign a similar pledge before resuming their studies on September 25. (hrw.org)
  • Beginning in May, the University of Bahrain required all students to sign loyalty oaths to the government and ruling family as a condition of their continued enrollment. (hrw.org)
  • Bahrain became independent from Britain in 1971 and the country had its first parliamentary election in 1973 . (wikipedia.org)
  • Bahrain recently arrested six of its citizens and accused them of travelling to Iraq and Lebanon for terrorist training and being partly responsible for some of the recent terrorist attacks in the country. (strategypage.com)
  • Bahrain is a modern, developed country and tourist facilities are widely available. (travmed.com)
  • It was not until 2002 that Bahrain held any parliamentary elections, after protests and violence between 1994 and 2001. (wikipedia.org)
  • Life imprisonment in Bahrain entails 25-years behind bars. (rt.com)
  • Basic modern medical care and medicines are available in several hospitals and health centers in Bahrain. (travmed.com)
  • There is little permanent settlement either in the southern half of Bahrain Island or on the smaller islands. (britannica.com)
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