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Saudi message to Yemeni factions: Defeat agents of destabilization!
The Council of Ministers on Monday urged warring factions in neighboring Yemen to reconcile for the good of the country....
 

Iran yet to keep N-probe promise: IAEA
Iran has still not implemented all the nuclear transparency measures it had agreed to carry out by late August, the head of the UN atomic energy agency said yesterday, suggesting little headway in an inquiry...
 

At least 60 killed in Yemen violence
At least 60 people were killed in Yemen as clashes raged between Shia rebels and Al Qaeda militants backed by Sunni tribesmen battling for territory in the strife-hit country, sources said yesterday....
 

13 people killed, 28 others wounded in Baghdad blast
At least 13 people were killed and 28 others injured on Monday in a suicide bombing at a Shiaa shrine in central Baghdad, a security source said....
 

Houthis capture town south of Yemen capital
Yemen's Shia rebels captured a town south of the capital early yesterday, when they also blew up the home of a rival Islamist politician, security officials said....
 

'Urgent need' to unitedly combat ISIS: Gargash
The UAE has said air strikes may have slowed down the ISIS advance but there is an "urgent need" to combat emerging threats and extremism as it sought to enhance regional understanding to meet...
 

Iran, powers resume talks on Wednesday
Expert-level talks between Iran and world powers aimed at clearing the path toward a nuclear deal will be held on Wednesday and Thursday in Vienna, a top Iranian official said....
 

Obama, Erdogan vow to pressure ISIS in Syria
US President Barack Obama called his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan and they pledged to step up the fight against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) in Syria, the White House said on...
 

HRW tells Kuwait to stop revoking citizenship
International advocacy group Human Rights Watch called on Kuwait yesterday to stop targeting opponents through revoking their citizenship and to reinstate withdrawn nationalities....
 

IS not a direct threat to GCC states: Expert
The Islamic State (IS) militants do not pose a direct threat to the GCC states but a prolonged war against IS, led by the US, means draining the region's wealth, a conference here was...
 

Armed Forces sign ground satellite deal with Thales
Qatar Armed Forces and French Thales Group yesterday signed a contract for the execution of ground satellites project to provide infrastructure and communication equipment for satellites and broad capacity means of communications to enhance the...
 

  

SR47.19m rail deal to ensure line safety
The Saudi Railways Organization (SRO) has signed a SR47.19 million contract with a national company with the aim to control traffic on both sides of the railway line through a fiber optic network project....
 

Standard Chartered to exit SME business in UAE next month
The London-listed bank has notified thousands of UAE small and medium enterprise customers that it is closing their accounts as it responds to pressure from US regulators to cut its risks....
 

Qatar infrastructure spending creates opportunities for international firms
In spite of growing storm clouds over the global economy, Qatar is set to push through the billions of dollars' worth of infrastructure investment in the coming years, according to senior economists and banking leaders....
 

ISIL attacks affect energy projects N. Iraq: Turkey
Turkey said Monday the Islamic State in Iraq and Levant's (ISIL) attacks in northern Iraq have affected energy projects around Kirkuk and Mosul, but Iraq still exporting oil to Turkey....
 

Oman's banks get extension to comply with funding of SMEs
Oman's commercial banks have been given a one-year extension to comply with a stipulation to provide a minimum of 5 per cent of their total commercial loan to small and medium enterprises (SMEs), sources in...
 

Saudi Arabia's budget surplus likely to hit SR147 billion
Total revenues of the Kingdom are expected to reach SR1.1 trillion in the current year, or a surplus of SR147 billion over the projected SR855 billion budget estimated earlier in the year, a financial report...
 

DAMAC expands deal with Paramount Hotels & Resorts
Luxury real estate developer, DAMAC Properties has signed an exclusive deal with Paramount Hotels & Resorts (PHR FZ-LLC) to expand its branded hotels and serviced living concepts to new cities around the region....
 

Opec not so slick on crude prices now
Opec's next meeting at the end of November is set to be one of the oil-producing group's most fraught in years, as it grapples with falling oil prices....
 

  
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Houthis capture town south of Yemen capital
Saudi Arabia's budget surplus likely to hit SR147 billion
'Urgent need' to unitedly combat ISIS: Gargash
API to hold conf. on governance in GCC states on Nov. 3
Iran, powers resume talks on Wednesday
DAMAC expands deal with Paramount Hotels & Resorts
Obama, Erdogan vow to pressure ISIS in Syria
Qatar seen a hub between developed, emerging markets
HRW tells Kuwait to stop revoking citizenship
Opec not so slick on crude prices now
IS not a direct threat to GCC states: Expert
Saudi Arabia, Kuwait halt output at joint oilfield
Iraq PM to visit Iran for talks on fight against ISIS
'Doha has potential to become world's top finance centre'
Armed Forces sign ground satellite deal with Thales
Australia will send 200 advisors to help Iraqi army - FM Bishop
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