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Jordan army says air force strikes cars near Syria
Jordan’s army says the country’s air force has attacked cars that were at the kingdom’s border with neighbouring Syria.
Sudan bans meetings by political parties
Sudan’s President Omar Al Bashir has issued a decree banning political parties from holding meetings without permission from the authorities, the official Suna news agency reported.
Man killed in Bahrain fire was a terrorist
Bahrain has revealed that a man who was killed in a fire early this month was a dangerous terrorist and the fire was caused by the detonation of a bomb that the deceased was in the process of assembling.
Khaleeji Commercial Bank announces Al Waffer draw winners
Khaleeji Commercial Bank (KHCB), one of the leading Islamic retail banks in Bahrain, announced the winners for the month of March in the Al Waffer raffle draw held at KHCB headquarters at Bahrain Financial Harbour.
Egypt court bans Brotherhood members from running in polls
A court in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria ordered authorities to bar any candidacies from Brotherhood members or former members in presidential and parliamentary elections.
Saudi renews demand for ‘stern’ world action on Syria
Saudi foreign minister syas announcement by Syria to hold elections undermines Arab and international efforts to peacefully resolve the crisis.
Israeli police limit access of Muslims to Al Aqsa Mosque
As part of the security measures, male residents of Jerusalem would face age restrictions, said police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld.
Sisi takes media, streets by storm ahead of polls
On television, social media networks or stands selling election merchandise, Sisi is omnipresent, with no stone unturned in unofficial campaigning.
Kuwaiti opposition calls for elected government, more reforms
The group said parliament should be able to work without the threat of dissolution, unless there are exceptional circumstances.
Israeli spy minister warns Kerry over ‘surrender’ to Iran
Israel’s intelligence minister on Monday slammed as unacceptable comments by US Secretary of State John Kerry on negotiations with Iran over its nuclear programme which he said indicated a “surrender” to Tehran.
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