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JOBS LIFELINE FOR MOTHERS

MANAMA: Around 3,000 part-time opportunities will be made available for Bahraini jobseekers who have family or education commitments.

Labour Minister Jameel Humaidan revealed details of the plan to the GDN yesterday, saying it targeted underprivileged mothers.

He said it was among severa...ReadMore


LOCAL NEWS

King named best Arab national personality

MANAMA: His Majesty King Hamad has been chosen as the Best Arab National Personality for 2015.

BUSINESS NEWS

Bahrain-Germany trade increases by $48 million

MANAMA: Bahrain-Germany bilateral trade increased by about $48 million during the first four months of the year, Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) chief executive Nabeel Al Mahmood has said.

 

WORLD NEWS

Immigration 'red line'

LONDON: British Prime Minister David Cameron said yesterday restricting European Union (EU) migrants' access to Britain's welfare system was a red line in his negotiations with the bloc, ahead of an EU summit he wants to use to launch informal talks on the issue.

 

SPORTS NEWS

ROOT AND STOKES RESCUE ENGLAND

London: Joe Root and Ben Stokes both fell agonisingly short of a hundred after rescuing England from a dire position on the opening day of the first Test against New Zealand at Lord's yesterday.

 

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