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No need yet for ground troops in Yemen, Saudi says
There is no need yet for ground troops in Yemen, the spokesman for a Saudi-led coalition which has conducted six days of air strikes against militia rebels said on Tuesday....
 

Pentagon backing for Arab military force
The US has announced its support for Arab plans to create a unified military force to counter growing security threats in the Middle East....
 

Deadline abandoned in marathon Iran N-talks
The US abandoned late yesterday a midnight deadline to agree the outlines of a nuclear deal with Iran but insisted that "enough progress" merited extending marathon talks for today....
 

We are not advocating war: Prince Saud
Iranian-backed Houthi militias and forces allied to former Yemeni president Ali Abdullah Saleh are ruining Yemen, said Foreign Minister Prince Saud Al-Faisal on Tuesday....
 

Iraq forces retake government HQ in Tikrit from jihadists
Iraqi forces have retaken the Salaheddin provincial government headquarters in Tikrit from the Islamic State jihadist group, a significant advance in the battle to recapture the city, officials said Tuesday....
 

King Salman consults citizens, urges unity
Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman consulted with former ministers, military officers and citizens at Al-Yamamah Palace in Riyadh on Tuesday, and said the country remained unified and peaceful despite disturbances on its...
 

Operation Decisive Storm aims at bringing all Yemenis to dialogue table: Kuwait FM
Kuwait said Tuesday the major objective of the Saudi-led Operation Decisive Storm aimed at brining all Yemeni groups around dialogue table to complete the political process, undermined by the Houthis....
 

IS executes at least 37 civilians in central Syria: monitor
The Islamic State jihadist group Tuesday executed at least 37 civilians, including two children, in a raid on a regime-held village in Hama province of central Syria, a monitor said....
 

Land offensive cannot be ruled out: Al-Assiri
Saudi Arabia is ready to send reinforcements to its border if it perceives any threat from Houthis and ground offensive in Yemen cannot be ruled out, Brig. Gen. Ahmad Al-Assiri, consultant at minister of defense's...
 

Bahraini MP in call to liberate Iran-occupied UAE islands
A senior Bahraini MP has called for the launch of an "Operation Decisive Storm 2" to liberate three UAE islands occupied by Iran....
 

US places further sanctions on Syria
The US Treasury Department placed further sanctions on Syrian entities on Tuesday to, " increase pressure on the (President Bashar) Assad regime and to inhibit its weapons programs," a Treasury statement revealed....
 

  

GCC states agree to formulate framework to impose VAT
GCC states are taking a closer look at the possibility of introducing value-added tax (VAT) on commodities and services. VAT is like sales tax and is also known as goods and services tax....
 

OPEC output rises to 19-month high
OPEC oil production rose to a 19-month high in March, led by gains in Iraq and Libya....
 

Saudi land tax likely to spur development of unused plots
A planned tax on undeveloped urban land may transform Saudi Arabia's real estate market, boosting construction and making homes more affordable, but potential loopholes could dilute the impact and make the effect on the market...
 

Oil accounts for less than third of UAE GDP
Oil used to account for more than 90 per cent of the UAE gross domestic product (GDP) in the 1970s. However, the contribution of non-oil sectors to the GDP rose to 69 per cent at...
 

Qatar's banking sector likely to have highest ROE among Gulf lenders this year
Qatar's banking sector is expected to have the highest return on equity (ROE) among the Gulf lenders this year, according to Global Investment House....
 

Italian team seeks trade relation with Oman
An Italian trade delegation comprising representatives of 12 companies is visiting Muscat this week. The tour is being organised by the Italian Chambers of Commerce of Padua and Confindustria Padua....
 

Jeddah metro rail system seen operating by 2020
Saudi Arabia plans to open bidding for construction of a metro rail system in the commercial hub of Jeddah this year and begin operating it in 2020, an official from the state-backed firm managing the...
 

Germany eyes boosting Iran trade after nuclear deal: SPIEGEL
Germany hopes to substantially increase trade with Iran after a political deal on a final nuclear accord is reached with Iran, the weekly Hamburg-based SPIEGEL news magazine reported Tuesday....
 

  
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Land offensive cannot be ruled out: Al-Assiri
Jeddah metro rail system seen operating by 2020
Iraq forces retake government HQ in Tikrit from jihadists
GCC states agree to formulate framework to impose VAT
King Salman consults citizens, urges unity
Qatar's banking sector likely to have highest ROE among Gulf lenders this year
Pentagon backing for Arab military force
OPEC output rises to 19-month high
Deadline abandoned in marathon Iran N-talks
We are not advocating war: Prince Saud
Saudi Arabia to link foreign investment to infrastructure projects
IS executes at least 37 civilians in central Syria: monitor
Qatar First Bank interested in Indian healthcare sector investment
Bahraini MP in call to liberate Iran-occupied UAE islands
Growth of Construction Machinery Show 2015 bolsters Saudi economy
Operation Decisive Storm aims at bringing all Yemenis to dialogue table: Kuwait FM
Qatari envoy returns to Egypt after rift over Libya
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