Category Archives: Medical

ALGERIA’S STANCE ON GULF DIPLOMATIC CRISIS HHONOURAB;E”, SAYS SECIOR QATARI OFFICIAL

The State Minister for Foreign Affairs of embattled Qatar has hailed Algeria’s “honourable” stance of calling for dialogue to resolve the crisis between Arab and some neighbouring Arab countries.

“The position of Algeria is honourable, …

As Tensions Remain High, No End in Sight Seen for Qatari Crisis

Gulf nation sanctions against Qatar are wreaking havoc to its economy. Kuwait’s Emir Sabah Ahmed al-Sabah, who is mediating between both sides, insists that Qatar is “ready to act on the concerns of its neighbors,” …

ALGERIA, EGYPT AND TUNISIA PUSH FOR POLITICAL DIALOGUE IN LIBYA

Libya’s neighbours Algeria, Egypt and Tunisia have agreed to push for political dialogue to end the crisis in the North African country and rejected foreign interference or any military solution.

The Algiers declaration on Tuesday …

UN Urges Algeria, Morocco to Release Trapped Syrian Refugees

Algeria and Morocco should to take action to assure safe passage to 41 Syrian refugees stranded along the border between both countries for weeks, the United Nations refugee agency (UNHCR)said on Tuesday.

The Syrian refugees, …

Bahrain, Egypt Block Al-Jazeera Websites Amid Qatar Dispute

Bahrain and Egypt on Thursday apparently joined Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates in blocking access to websites run by the pan-Arab satellite network Al-Jazeera, part of a growing regional dispute with Qatar after …

State Department Recognizes 10 Youths as Emerging Young Leaders

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Each year, the Emerging Young Leaders Award program at the State Department recognizes 10 young people, ages 18-25, from around the world for their courage in resolving conflict, promoting security and creating …

Central African Republic: Armed Groups Target Civilians

Armed groups fighting for control of a central province in the Central African Republic have targeted civilians in apparent reprisal killings over the past three months, Human Rights Watch said today. The attacks have left …