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BEIRUT: A health survey of local and refugee youngsters has produced reassuring results, according to caretaker Health Minister Ali Hasan Khalil, as the ministry seeks to combat the spread of infectious diseases.
He also urged the Caretaker President, the Interim Prime Minister and the National Constituent Assembly Speaker to send reassuring messages to the people, support national unity and set a definite date for elections.
For most people, it would be reassuring," she said.
The results were thankfully reassuring," the agency quoted Sheikh Ali Jarrah al-Sabah, a deputy court minister, as saying.
IN the New Year, the team will run Operation Hay with the Safer Birmingham Partnership, providing a reassuring presence for school pupils who could be more vulnerable to becoming a victim of crime.
On Friday, the finance ministers of the five biggest nations in the European Union (EU) issued a release reassuring bond holders that they would be repaid if Ireland chose to ask for a bail-out.
Washington, June 23 (ANI): A new study has revealed that reassuring your kids when they are about to undergo a painful medical procedure might just increase their fear and pain.
It is reassuring that they are carrying out operations like this, especially as Christmas approaches when the stations are extra busy.
After reassuring investors, the bank also said that shareholders in five banks bailed out last month would be treated fairly.
HAVING been a horrified observer during an era when an Everton chairman sanctioned a spending spree the club couldn't afford - then had to hawk off the fans' favourite player behind the manager's back - it was reassuring this week to hear the Everton hierarchy speak of their refusal to spend any more money they don't have.
IT is both worrying and yet at the same time reassuring to see so much information and advice on swine flu.
Fifty-three per cent of those surveyed in a research said corporations were not credible or reassuring, a recent symposium held by Middle East Public Relations Association (Mepra) has revealed.