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The island nation comprises a small archipelago made up of 50 natural islands and an additional 33 artificial islands , centered around Bahrain Island which makes up around 83 percent of the country's landmass. The country is situated between the Qatari peninsula and the north eastern coast of Saudi Arabia to which it is connected by the kilometre 16 mi King Fahd Causeway. According to the census, Bahrain's population numbers 1,, people, of which , are Bahraini nationals. Bahrain is the site of the ancient Dilmun civilization.
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T he first Formula 1 race of the season is here, with the Bahrain Grand Prix where Max Verstappen will be starting from pole position. The Dutchman has been quick all weekend, but Lewis Hamilton starts second and will be breathing down the Red Bull driver's neck as he aims to retain his F1 world championship. The race begins at CEST and we'll have updates before the race and during it on this Bahrain Grand Prix live blog, with the most recent entires at the top. This was communicated to the Red Bull pilot by radio. Max asked the team if it would not have been better to keep the five-second penalty since he could take more than five seconds from Hamilton, but the team chief told him not to and it was a direct order to return position. Having started second on the grid, the defending champion was involved in a cat-and-mouse tussle with the Red Bull driver throughout.
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Five reasons why Israel's peace deals with the UAE and Bahrain matter
Bahrain's foreign minister will attend the event and sign its own agreement to normalise relations with Israel, announced by President Donald Trump last week. The deal helps the ambitious Emiratis, who have built themselves into a military power as well as a place to do business or go on holiday. It looks as if the Americans helped seal the deal with the promise of advanced weapons that in the past the UAE has barely been able to window-shop. But its most serious potential enemy is Iran, just on the other side of the Gulf. Israel and the US share Emirati suspicions of the Iranians.
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