Bahrain press review

Manama, Bahrain dailies issued today focused in their principal headlines on the main local, Arab and international events which happened over the past 24 hours. Here is a round-up of the main press headlines:

– HM King congratulates British Premier on winning the parliamentary elections.

– HRH Crown Prince receives cables of thanks from Saudi leaders.

– Bahrain, Saudi, UAE and Egyptian affirm to ICAO officials that no curbs were imposed on foreign airlines � except Qatari airlines and Qatar-registered ones.

– British Premier holds phone calls with a number of GCC leaders.

– Bahrain condemns Mogadishu terrorist attack and the terror attack on UAE ship as it was leaving Mokha seaport on the Red Sea.

– Foreign Ministry Assistant Undersecretary for Arab and Afro-Asian Affairs meets Chinese delegation.

– Bahrain Ambassador to London voices concerns over Qatari links with the perpetrator of the Manchester bombings.

– High Criminal Court sentenced convicted terrorist to ten years in prison, revokes his nationality.

– Lawyers and legal experts to Bahrain News Agency (UAE): Qatar was the one that boycotted the GCC states, showed no respect for their sovereignty and interfered in their internal affairs and flouted the international law.

– Bahraini nationals exempted from Turkish visa fees as from June 24.

– National Institution of Human Rights (NIHR) hails Bahrain’s efforts to care for the elderly.

– Tamkeen and Education Ministry hold the final of the competition Aseel at School, 5000 students took part in the contest.

– 90% of the congenital malformations are treated in Bahrain successfully.

– The International Red Cross and Red Crescent hail Bahrain’s efforts and discuss cooperation regarding trans-border immigrants.

Source: Bahrain News Agency