Thursday 28 May 2015
State Department

US accused of causing panic in Bahrain

The US has been accused of exaggerating security threats after Bahrain was included in a global travel alert. It appeared alongside countries such as Afghanistan and Iraq in a warning about "continued potential for terrorist


Bahrain rejects US rights report

Bahrain yesterday dismissed a report published by the US State Department on the human rights situation in the kingdom. "The report includes texts which are totally far from the truth, adopting a manner that fuels terror and


Mideast nuclear arms talks ‘not next month’

The mid-December conference on banning nuclear weapons in the Middle East will not take place, the US State Department said, without making clear when, or whether, it would take place. Earlier this month, diplomats told Reuters th


US relaxes passports rule

The US says it will temporarily ease passport rules imposed after 9/11. The move is aimed at avoiding US citizens' summer travel being disrupted by a broken passport system. US citizens flying to or from Canada, Mexico, the C

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