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GCCIA secures $43 m loan for Gulf electrical network expansion

The Daily Tribune - Bahrain 22 Jun 2024
This financing will support a project aimed at strengthening the Gulf electrical interconnection system and establishing a connection to the southern Iraq network. Al Ebrahim reported that the project ...
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Agricultural fire that killed 12 in southeast Turkey under control

CyprusMail 22 Jun 2024
Turkish authorities have brought under control an agricultural fire that killed 12 people and wounded 78 others in a region near the Turkish border with Syria and Iraq, local media reported on Saturday ... ....
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Tunisia sacks religious affairs minister amid Haj casualties

The News International 22 Jun 2024
Tunisian President Kais Saied on Friday sacked the minister of religious affairs, the presidency said in a statement, after 49 Tunisians were reported to have died so far in this year´s hajj pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia.
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Iraqi resistance vows to assist Hezbollah if Israel attacks Lebanon

Press TV 22 Jun 2024
Lebanon’s Arabic-language al-Akhbar daily newspaper, citing unnamed sources at the Islamic Resistance in Iraq – an umbrella group of anti-terror fighters, reported that Kata'ib Hezbollah, Kata'ib ...
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Reports in Syria: Air strike and explosions near the border with Iraq

Israel National News 21 Jun 2024
Air strike and explosions reported in the area of Al Bukamal, near the Syrian border with Iraq. The strike reportedly targeted a military compound and a weapons truck. Drones were seen in the area ....
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Tunisia sacks religious affairs minister amid hajj casualties

The New Arab 21 Jun 2024
Tunisian President Kais Saied on Friday sacked the minister of religious affairs, the presidency said in a statement, after 49 Tunisians were reported to have died so far in this year's hajj pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia.
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98 Indians died during Haj pilgrimage this year, says MEA

Hindustan Times 21 Jun 2024
According to AFP, around 10 countries have reported 1,081 deaths during the pilgrimage, one of the five pillars of Islam that all Muslims with the means must perform at least once ... reported AFP.
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Hajj death toll surpasses 1,000 amid extreme heat

Philenews 21 Jun 2024
On Thursday, it was reported that 58 Egyptians were among the newly recorded deaths ... Deaths have also been reported by Malaysia, India, Jordan, Iran, Senegal, Tunisia, Sudan, and Iraq’s autonomous Kurdistan region.
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US Army says it killed senior ISIS official in Syria

Beijing News 20 Jun 2024
The US military continues to target ISIS officials in Africa and the Middle East, CNN reported ... During the same time period, 11 operatives were killed and 36 people were detained in Iraq, the report said.
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35 Pakistani pilgrims die during Hajj 2024

The News International 20 Jun 2024
As reported by the AFP, more than 900 ... Other than Pakistan, several other countries namely Egypt, India, Jordan, Indonesia, Iran, Senegal, Tunisia and Iraq have also reported deaths of their citizens.
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Over 600 pilgrims dead, including 68 Indians, during Hajj in Saudi Arabia, says diplomat

Live Mint 20 Jun 2024
... Senegal, Tunisia, and Iraq’s autonomous Kurdistan region, though in many instances, the authorities have not disclosed the exact causes.Last year, most of the 200 dead pilgrims were from Indonesia.
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More than 900 Hajj pilgrims reported dead as temperatures heat 51.8C

Philenews 20 Jun 2024
Fatalities were also reported by Jordan, Indonesia, Iran, Senegal, Tunisia, and Iraq’s Kurdistan region ... An Asian diplomat reported around 68 deaths from India, with others unaccounted for.

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