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Hands Off KSA!
Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman on Sunday called on other countries not to interfere in the Kingdom's internal affairs....

Abadi dismisses Baghdad wall plans
The Iraqi Prime Minister is dismissing plans to build a wall around the Iraqi capital, according to a statement released by his office Saturday night....

Erdogan calls on US to choose between Turkey or Syrian Kurds
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (pictured) expressed anger over a US official's visit to a Kurdish militia group controlling the Syrian town of Kobane, urging Washington to choose between Turkey and the "terrorists" there....

Iran is credited with negotiation and resistance: Zarif
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has said that Iran is capable of "negotiating, resisting, and interacting"....

UAE ready to combat Daesh
Dr Anwar Bin Mohammed Gargash, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, has on Sunday re-affirmed the UAE's firm support for the Global Coalition to Counter Daesh....

Syria warns Saudi army against incursion
Syria will see any incursion on its territory as an act of aggression, Foreign Minister Walid Al Moualem said on Saturday, days after Saudi Arabia announced it was ready to send in ground troops....

Cross-border Yemeni shelling kills two in Saudi
A Saudi soldier and a civilian have been killed in cross-border shelling from rebel-controlled northern Yemen, authorities said late on Saturday....

Random labor inspections not allowed: Saudi Ministry
An inspector can neither enter any business establishment without using the official channels nor has the right to inquire about wages or salaries, the Ministry of Labor has said....

Mohammed to announce major changes
Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, is holding a live conversation with his 10 million followers on social media on Monday at 6:30pm....

Syria signals no ceasefire before shutting borders
Syria's foreign minister signaled on Saturday a ceasefire would be difficult or impossible before the borders with Turkey and Jordan were sealed....

27 to be tried for spying for Iran
Some 27 people - mostly Saudis - are to appear before the Criminal Court in Riyadh for spying for Iran, Makkah daily reported on Sunday....


Saudi power projects will need $133bn over 10 years
Saudi Arabia will need investment of SR500 billion ($133.3 billion) in electricity projects over the next ten years to cope with rising power demand, its electricity and water minister said....

UAE-Australia trade not hit by low oil prices
Australia enjoyed strong trade ties with the United Arab Emirates in 2015 despite a drop in oil imports from the UAE, senior trade commissioner and Australian consul general Gerard Seeber said....

Qatar spending spree to continue in 2016
Qatar is set to award more than $22bn worth of new contracts in 2016 as it maintains its spending spree in advance of the FIFA 2022 World Cup. Details of these new projects, together with...

Oman's natural gas production and imports grow by 5.6% in 2015
Oman's natural gas production and imports rose 5.6 per cent to 39,806 million cubic metres (MNCM) in 2015, up from 37,687 MNCM in 2014....

Iran restarts relationships with European oil clients
Paris-based Total SA has agreed to buy about 160,000 barrels a day starting on Feb. 16, the ministry of oil's Shana website reported, citing Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zangeneh....

2016 growth in Saudi oil sector to remain positive
Annual growth in the Saudi oil sector will remain positive in 2016 with average oil output expected to increase slightly, as the Kingdom continues to protect its share in the oil market, according to a...

UAE e-commerce to quadruple to $10bn by 2018
GCC banks are aiming to expand digital and mobile customer offerings, even as the UAE's e-commerce market is set to quadruple to $10 billion by 2018, according to Bank Audi....

Qatar, Saudi ministers review economic ties
He the Minister of Economy and Commerce Sheikh Ahmed bin Jassim bin Mohamed al-Thani yesterday met in Riyadh with Saudi Minister of Economy and Planning Adel bin Mohamed al-Faqih....

Tue Feb 9, 2016| 29-ربيع ثاني-1437هـ
Hands Off KSA!
Syria signals no ceasefire before shutting borders
UAE ready to combat Daesh
Qatar will act to maintain liquidity if needed
Erdogan calls on US to choose between Turkey or Syrian Kurds
Oman's natural gas production and imports grow by 5.6% in 2015
Baghdadi's kin held in Kurdish prison: Media
Abadi dismisses Baghdad wall plans
UAE-Australia trade not hit by low oil prices
27 to be tried for spying for Iran
Iran resumes exports to U.S. after 2 years
Jordan PM lauds Kuwait's supportive stances
Qatar, Saudi ministers review economic ties
Random labor inspections not allowed: Saudi Ministry
Rouhani says sees no difference between men and women's performance
Great leap
Pyongyang's provocation
Nip the evil in the bud
Iran's threatening posture
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