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2017-08-20
  Bahrain - HIGHER than usual temperatures hitting Bahrain this summer have led volunteers to extend a donation drive to distribute water and fruits to labourers working at construction sites. The ‘Help and Drink 2017’ initiative was launched by the Bahrain Malayali Business Forum (BMBF) Youth Wing last month and was supposed to last for two weeks, but due to overwhelming support from...
2017-08-20
Mauritania - The governor of Tagant province ordered to jail one of the bread sellers for rejecting to sell the bread that coasts 40 Ougya, in solidarity with his striking colleagues who stopped producing this kind of bread and only producing the quality of the 100 Ougya. The governor had illegally ordered the imprisonment of bread sellers who are striking in the past few days, he also insulted...
2017-08-20
Jordan – The job of Cleaning and dyeing clothes is classified as a “hazardous” profession  in accordance to the amended system of insurance benefits no. 120 of 2016 issued under Social Security Law No. 1 of 2014. Social Security Corporation(SSC) Spokesperson Musa Sbeihi said clothing cleaner is the one who prepares the washing machine and the washing process automatically. The clothing dyer...
2017-08-20
Algeria - The railway traffic in the capital stopped after a sudden protest movement by its workers, which lasted nearly two hours to demand security in the trains, following the attack on a colleague  inside a train in Beir Tuta, according to the General Directorate of the National Corporation of Rail Transport. The Assistant Director General, Agut Jamal, said that "the railway traffic in...
2017-08-19
Morocco - A worker at the Tit Melil miraculously survived death after a truck collided with the cabin in which she was working. According to sources, a truck driver loaded with sheep, lost control of the brakes, collided with the cabin and turned into debris from the severity of the collision. According to the same sources, the accident caused the injury of "Huda Sabahi," in the arm and legs and...
2017-08-19
Tunisia - Workers of the Sidi Tilil Mills Company cut off the main road Tlabat / Friana to protest against the company's use of a quantity of imported wheat that does not conform to the applicable quality, causing it some losses. Protests expanded and the wheels were burned,   Al-Kasserine mayor promised to intervene with the Minister of Agriculture to overcome the problem that threatens...
2017-08-19
Jordan - Minister of Education Dr. Omar Al-Razzaz called for the opening of kindergartens in schools for teachers' children. Al-Razzaz's statement came on his Twitter page in response to a newspaper report about filing a lawsuit against an unregistered nursery. A mother of a one and a half year old girl is filing the lawsuit against the nursery that caused injuries to her daughter left her with a...
2017-08-19
Lebanon - Civil defense workers rescued three workers from a water well in Zouk Mkayel-Kesrouan as they were painting an empty well to store water in a residential building with oil substances, causing them breathing difficulties due to the smell of oil substances. . One of them was taken to the San Luis Hospital in Sakhr, while others were taken to another hospital for treatment. 
2017-08-18
Egypt - The strike, initiated by the Mahalla workers, continues for the tenth day due to the non-implementation of their demands so far. Workers are demanding their delayed annual bonus, an increase in their share of the company’s profits, as well as other demands related to promotions and food allowance. The workers threatened to escalate and continue the strike until the implementation of their...
2017-08-18
Bahrain - The 1912 trainees called upon the Prime Minister and the Minister of Labour and Social Development to seek a radical solution to their situation. The trainees demanded that they be emploed in the Ministry of Municipalities, where they worked and acquired the experience that qualifies them for the priority of employment by the certificate of officials in the concerned ministry. The...

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