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Speaking during a presentation, NUA member Noora Dossary said officials interviewed 41 women, of which 36 complained of depression as a result of the tension on the streets.
Established amidst the unrest of 2011, NUA was envisaged as a counterweight to Bahrain's political opposition and at the time stood against the now defunct Al Wefaq National Islamic Society.
A Nua Healthcare spokeswoman yesterday told the Irish Mirror they do not comment on individual cases.
The NUA worked with seven Sunni political societies, including Al Menbar, during the 2014 polls to form an electoral alliance that would prevent each from fielding candidates against the others.
The NUA tax strategy allows certain clients whose qualified retirement plans contain these appreciated employer securities to eventually pay taxes on the appreciated value of those securities at the lower long-term capital gains tax rate.
"I am really excited to join Nua Group, where I will work alongside a talented team of HR advisors who are shaping the future of human resources management and assisting high-growth companies of all sizes," Carine said.
Tom Barham, project manager of Menter Iontach Nua, said: "Our project has taken Welsh and Irish social entrepreneurs through a transformational masters programme, and many hundreds of others through the insights of masterclasses.
He commended the National Unity Assembly (NUA) and the Al Fateh gathering for defending the country as he received at Gudaibiya Palace NUA executive committee head Dr Shaikh Abdullatif Al Mahmood and other members.
Centred on the Islamic Education Society in Arad near Manama's airport, police and security forces imposed a tight cordon around the National Unity Assembly (NUA) event to prevent any disruption by counter-protesters.
A Thai TV station's cancellation of the primetime soap opera "Nua Mek 2," due to what the station called "inappropriate" content, has caused an uproar among fans of the popular mini-series series, many of whom believe the decision was "politically motivated."
He also enjoyed success with sixtime winner Blueberry Boy and dual Galway Festival victor Teach Nua, while more recently his colours have been carried to victory by three-time Dundalk all-weather winner Elusive In Paris, who is trained by Michael Grassick, the newly appointed chief executive of the Irish Trainers Association.