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Manama, March 20 (BNA) -- The Bahraini newspapers focused today on the following topics,, Akhbar Al Khaleej

HRH Premier Receives Philippines Foreign Minister.The strategic dialogue between the GCC and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN Group) will boost cooperation towards encompassing all economic, commercial, investment and cultural fields. His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al-Khalifa made the comments as he received at his palace in Riffa Philippines Foreign Minister Albert F. del Rosario who conveyed an invitation for HRH the Premier tp visit the Philippines.

Al Ayam


HRH Premier Hails Bahrain People's Allegiance.

His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al-Khalifa has today paid tribute to citizens for their unwavering historic stances to protect national fundamentals and safeguard hard-won development achievements. He extended thanks and greetings to all patriotic voices for rallying together behind the wise leadership and under the national banner.

Al Watan


Bahrain Voices Protest Over Blatant Iranian Interference.

The Kingdom of Bahrain has today voiced its strong protest over the blatant Iranian interference. Bahrain Ambassador to the UN Tawfik Al Mansour has submitted a memorandum addressed by the Foreign Ministry to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon in protest of the barefaced interference of the Islamic Republic of Iran in its internal affairs, describing the flagrant stance as contradicting the principles of good neighbourhood, the non-interference in other countries' internal affairs and national sovereignty, the international law and the UN Charter.

The Gulf Daily News


6,000 sign petition for children's rights.

A Human rights group has taken to the streets with its petition fighting against the involvement of children in demonstrations.

The Gulf Daily News


Ambulances are damaged by protesters.

Several ambulances at the Salmaniya Medical Complex (SMC) were damaged by protesters as they fled the hospital when security forces arrived to restore order.

The Gulf Daily News


Operations normal says Bapco.

Bapco yesterday said that its oil and gas operations are fully normal, despite the fact that the company is busy with implementation of its biggest maintenance programme currently executed in a number of refinery units from February.

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Date:Mar 20, 2011
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