Daily Archives: April 1, 2017

ISRAEL’S DECISION TO BUILD NEW SETTLEMENT PROMPT INTERNATIONAL CONDEMNATION

New York, – The Israeli government decision to establish a new settlement in the occupied West Bank has prompted a wide international condemnation. Germany, France and Britain issued coordinated condemnations of the Israeli decision to build a new sett…

PROTESTERS SET PARAGUAY CONGRESS ON FIRE AMID PRESIDENTIAL CONTROVERSY

Asuncion; – Demonstrators in Paraguay have set fire to the country’s Congress amid violent protests against a bill that would let the president seek re-election. Protesters stormed the legislature, breaking windows and fences in Asuncion on Friday nigh…

ARAB LEAGUE CONDEMNS ISRAEL’S DECISION TO BUILD NEW SETTLEMENT IN THE WEST BANK

Cairo, – Arab League Secretary-General Ahmed Aboul Gheit condemned the Israel government’s approval to establish a new settlement in the West Bank, saying that the decision reflects Israel’s true intentions towards the Palestinians and the peace proces…

QATAR MUSEUMS AND QATAR DEVELOPMENT BANK SIGN AGREEMENT ON SUPPORTING SMES

Doha, – Qatar Museums (QM) and Qatar Development Bank (QDB) announced today that they have signed an agreement to provide Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) with new business opportunities within each organization. QM will appoint SMEs in the related …

EU GRANTS TUNISIA 60 MILLION EURO TO SUPPORT EDUCATION AND INNOVATION

Tunis, – The European Commission granted Tunisia 60 million euro to finance the Support Program for Education, Mobility, Research and Innovation (EMORI). The program is part of the Single Support Framework 2014-2016, between Tunisia and the EU. Tunisia…

STUDY: DRUG TIED TO DEMENTIA RISK OVERPRESCRIBED TO SENIORS

Washington, – A drug linked to a raised risk of dementia is taken by millions of older Americans who have an overactive bladder, researchers say. More than one-quarter of patients with the urinary problem had been prescribed the drug oxybutynin (Ditrop…