Bahrain government offices resume work
Manama, March 20, 2011
Ministries and government offices in Bahrain started work today as normacly returned to most parts of the kingdom.
The Education Ministry has also called on staff of schools, nurseries and higher education institutes, both public and private, to return to work today.
Students will be given a date to return shortly.
Most of Bahrain's financial exchange outlets opened for business yesterday for the first time in almost a week, and Bapco, one of the kingdom's biggest companies, said its operations are normal.
Traders reported brisk business yesterday as life continued to return to normal across the country.
Large parts of Manama, Gudaibiya, Hoora, Adliya and Exhibition Road presented a near-normal look with thousands of people out on the streets and going about their daily business.-TradeArabia News Service
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