Monthly Archives: July 2014

55 People Lightly Injured in Tow Trains Accident

Tunis, July 31 (QNA) – At least 55 people were injured today after a collision of two trains in the city of La Goulette (Halq al Wadi), to northern suburbs of Tunis.

In a press …

HE Foreign Minister Holds phone Call with Italian Counterpart

Doha, July 31 (QNA) – HE Foreign Minister Dr. Khalid bin Mohammed Al Attiyah received Thursday a telephone call from Italian Foreign Minister Federica Mogherini.

During the call, they discussed situation in the Gaza Strip …

EU Evacuates its Diplomatic Staff from Tripoli

Brussels, July 31 (QNA) – The EU decided to evacuate temporarily its diplomatic staff out of Tripoli and relocated its staff to Tunisia, EU spokesman Michael Mann said in a statement today.

The EU stands …

United Nations, United States Announce Gaza Ceasefire

New York, July 31 (QNA) – The United Nations and the United States announced late on Thursday that Israel and Hamas have both agreed a 72-hour unconditional ceasefire that starts Friday morning.

A joint statement …

UN Human Rights Commissioner : Israel Violates International Rules of War

Geneva, July 31 (QNA) – Israel is breaking international rules of war by attacking homes, schools, hospitals and UN premises in the Gaza Strip, UN human rights Commissioner Navi Pillay said.

“None of this appears …

US Uses Human Rights to Interference in Internal Affairs, China Says

Beijing , July 31 (QNA) – China opposed using human rights issues by the US to interfere in China’s internal affairs .

Foreign Ministry spokesman Qin Gang made the remarks following the UN Deputy State …

Supreme Committee for Delivery Keen on Improving Worker Welfare

Doha, July 31 (QNA) – The Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy stressed Thursday that it took allegations regarding violations of the Qatari work law very seriously, adding that all incidents reported were under investigation.…