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workers committees today called a warning strike, and are not allowing 3,000 contract workers to enter Dead Sea Works premises. The move comes after Israel Chemicals' workers committees joined forces and set up a united committee to manage
The United Arab Emirates has strongly condemned the heinous terrorist bomb blast which recently killed three policemen in Bahrain, who sacrificed their lives in the line of duty while defending right and justice, maintaining order and protecting
Beirut-based Al Mayadeen said on its website that its cameraman Omar Abdelqader was shot in the neck on Saturday and was pronounced dead in hospital shortly afterwards. Syria was the deadliest place for journalists in 2013 for the second year, the
Iraqi Transport Minister Hadi al-Amiri arrives in Beirut to address the recent incident in which a Middle East Airlines plane was forced to return to the Lebanese capital midflight to collect his son. Hundreds of activists marking International Women'
National Jewish organizations oppose a bill under consideration by Maryland legislators that would financially penalize any college involved in an academic boycott of another country. The American Jewish Committee and the Anti-Defamation League in
00 Reported News Brief 3/9/2014, Adar Bet 7, 5774 Ceremony at Mt. Herzl Cemetery for Fallen Whose Place of Rest is Unkown A memorial service is now taking place (Sunday) at the Mt. Herzl Military Cemetery at the site where those who fell while in
Corey Robinson, Staff Reporter Tired of the life of violence they have endured for more than 40 years, residents of the central Kingston community dubbed 'Tel-Aviv' are determined to make the latest peace initiative work. "The war fi done sah...Man
The recently signed memorandum of understanding (MoU) between Iran and the Sultanate of Oman to increase the number of flights from 14 to 30 a week will give a fillip to bilateral tourism cooperation, Iranian Ambassador Ali Akbar Sibeveih said. "
Iran plans to establish the most modern hospital in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) region in Oman, which would also create many job opportunities for Omani nationals, Iranian Ambassador Ali Akbar Sibeveih told Times of Oman. He said the 400-bed
Construction has emerged as the biggest private sector segment attracting the largest number of Omanis in recent times, data released by the Ministry of Manpower suggests. As per the statistics released recently, 1,435 Omanis were recruited by the