Arabian Peninsula

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While there has been great progress against malaria in the Gulf region which includes the Arabic Peninsula, the Caucuses and northwest Asia in this RBM report some 250 million people in the area remain at risk of malaria infection.
The revolution that ousted Tunisia's president of 23 years, Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, in January 2010, starting a fire that would ignite the Arab Spring movement in North African countries and many in the Arabic peninsula, led to a considerable economic slowdown in the places swept by the prodemocracy movement.
Bahrain is a positive example and an unmatched model of peaceful co-existence between Muslims and Christians in the Islamic world and within the Arabic Peninsula," said Mr De Jong in a statement.
Also under The Marshal patronage that the Seminar "the Arabic Peninsula and the poles of future making" was held.
Saleh is now worthless as "our bastard" in the American war against al-Qaeda in the Arabic Peninsula (AQAP) even as the Yemeni opposition--which does not trust the Saudis--is being co-opted by corrupt, al-Qaeda-friendly General Ali Mohsen.
By collaborating with MEFranchising, Wayne's Coffee is solidifying its position as the first Swedish Food and Beverage Company to enter the Middle East and aims to establish a new company in the Arabic peninsula this fall.
Yemen is stepping up security measures at the Sanaa international airport, after the al-Qaeda in Arabic Peninsula threatened more attacks on American targets.