Sunday 13 July 2014

West prods Iran to speed up co-operation with IAEA

Iran faced Western pressure on Wednesday to speed up its promised cooperation with a UN nuclear watchdog investigation into suspected atomic bomb research by Tehran, something the Islamic state denies.   The Euro


Inquiry uncovers neglect in Bahrain's nurseries

A culture of neglect has allegedly been uncovered in Bahrain's nurseries by a parliamentary inquiry.    An investigation committee has blamed a lack of supervision by the Social Development Ministry for


Inquiry over public convenience spending launched

An inquiry has been launched amid claims that spending BD41,000 ($108,137) on a public convenience in Manama was like flushing money down the toilet.   The Manama Municipal Council is investigating why the invest


Bahrain unrest probe ends interviews

Bahrain Independent Commission of Inquiry (BICI) has announced that Friday was the last day for conducting interviews as part of its investigations into the events of February and March. The BICI, however, called on anyone wishing to lodge


Blair says no regrets over Iraq war

Former British prime minister Tony Blair said he had no regrets about the 2003 US-led invasion of Iraq, saying Saddam Hussein was a threat to the world who had to be disarmed or removed. Blair said the September 11 Al Qaeda attacks on the


Iraq inquiry to question UK PM after election

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown and other members of his government will not appear before an inquiry into the Iraq war until after a general election next year, the inquiry team said on Wednesday. John Chilcot, who is leading the inqu

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