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Bahrain press headlines

Manama, Mar.27 (BNA): Bahrain dailies issued today focused in their headlines on the main local, Arab and international events which happened over the past 24 hours. The following is a round-up of the main topics:


–  HM the King sends condolences cable to Egyptian President over train collision victims.

–  HRH Crown Prince and Prime Minister condoles with Egyptian President and Prime Minister over train accident victims.

–  HRH Princess Sabeeka congratulates Foreign Ministry’s Undersecretary on ACSR award.

–  Bahrain expresses solidarity with Egypt over train collision victims.

–  Education Minister: Al-Khalifia University will be established with a capacity of about 5,000 students.

–  Works Minister: Greening and beautification strategy to continue.

–  Shura Foreign Affairs Committee calls on the International Community to confront Houthi militia’s heinous attacks against Saudi Arabia.

–  Arab Union for Human Rights Chairman: Bahrain’s success in hosting international events confirms its world status.

–  Special Envoy for Climate Affairs highlights efforts to confront environmental and climate challenges.

–  Bahraini-South Korean Business Council established.

–  Health Ministry: 464,040 received first vaccine doses.

–  Health Ministry: No waiting lists to receive Sinopharm and Sputnik vaccines.

–  Saudi air defences intercept eight drones launched by Houthi militias.

–  Saudi Arabia: We will take all necessary deterrent measures to protect oil exports.

–  Navigation in the Suez Canal disrupted for the fourth day.

–  Egypt: Train collision kills 32 and wounds dozens.

–  Washington: Houthi targeting Saudi Arabia is a provocation aimed at prolonging the crisis.

–  Half a million doses of coronavirus vaccines have been administered as of Friday.



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