Bahrain Press Review.
Manama, Aug.7 (BNA): Bahrain dailies issued today focused in their principal headlines on the main local, Arab and international events which happened over the past 24 hours.
The following is a round-up of the main topics:
-King congratulates Bolivia and Jamaica on National Days.
-King issues decree appointing officials at the Foreign Ministry.
-King issues decree amending a decree on the establishment of the National Space Agency.
-King issues law amending the law on the establishment of the Labour Fund.
-King, Premier and Crown Prince send condolences to Saudi King, Crown Prince and Saudi leaders on the death of a number of security personnel in the aftermath of in the terror blast which hit the emergency forces mosque in Abha, Asir.
- Premier won major award from the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) in tribute for his outstanding role in achieving sustainable development goals at the local and international levels and fast-tracking Bahrain's development in Information Technology and telecommunication.
-Khalid bin Abdulla urges community awareness about the adequate use of telecommunication technologies.
-Interior Minister offers condolences to Saudi Crown Prince following the terror blast which targeted the emergencies forces mosque in Abha, Asir region.
-Bahrain strongly condemns the terror blast which targeted the emergencies forces mosque in Abha, Asir region.
- Information Affairs Authority (IAA) has temporarily suspended Al-Wasat newspaper until further notice.
-National Guard director-of-staff patronises the graduation of officers' planning and training course.
-Fifteen Saudi emergency forces affiliates killed in terror blast targeting their mosque in Abha, Asir province and Daesh claims the responsibility of the bombing.
-The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) director fails to reassure the US Congress on the nuclear deal with Iran.
-Term of the Lebanese Army Commander extended due to deep political polarization.
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BNA 0538 GMT 2015/08/07
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