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HIV-infected Indian Worker in Bahrain Dies

An HIV-infected Indian worker in Bahrain died, days before he was to return to India to be reunited with his family.// ....A free visa worker, Muthanna Poshanna, 46, died following complications from the HIV and tuberculosis he was suffering from, according to a report in the Gulf Daily News newspaper. ....Officials in the Indian embassy in Bahrain said that they were waiting for word from Posh...

Iraqi children with Various Illness Arrives in Bahrain for Treatment

Manama: Around 45 Iraqi children have arrived in Bahrain to receive urgently needed medical treatment.// ....More children are expected to arrive in the coming days as part of an agreement with the World Health Organisation (WHO). ....The move Sunday came in response to a call to help fund treatment for seriously ill Iraqi children by well-known Iraqi composer Naseer Shamma, who is the head of...
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