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ISIS militants seizes villages in Syria as drone scouts skies
The United States is conducting air strikes against ISIS in Iraq and last month Obama authorised surveillance flights over Syria....
 

Regional cooperation vital for Gulf security
Cooperation among Arabian Gulf countries in combating terrorism and addressing regional issues is vital for security and stability in the region, said guest speakers and strategic affairs experts on the last day of a conference...
 

Doha doesn't back extremists: Emir
Qatar's emir said in Germany on Wednesday that his state does not back "terrorist organizations," and Chancellor Angela Merkel said she had no reason to doubt him....
 

Yemen at a dangerous crossroads, says Al-Sallal
Yemen's democratic transition is back on track, but the country faces "serious security challenges," said Yemeni Foreign Minister Jamal Al-Sallal on Wednesday....
 

Bahrain warns Qatar over citizenship offers
Bahrain on Wednesday warned that it would be forced to take action if Qatar continues with its naturalisation policy....
 

Iran nuclear talks: Bridging the gaps in New York
Iran and six powers resume Thursday in New York negotiating a potentially historic deal to ease fears that Tehran might develop nuclear weapons after 12 years of failed diplomacy and rising tensions....
 

Scholars back plan to crush IS 
Saudi Arabia's top religious scholars have pledged their support for the measures Riyadh has taken to defeat the so-called Islamic State (IS) terrorists, and its ban on citizens fighting in overseas conflicts....
 

Egypt is the region's safety valve for Arabs: UAE
Egypt is the region's strategic lynchpin and a safety valve for Arab countries and their peoples, said General Shaikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the...
 

Iraqi army attacks IS militants in three cities
Iraqi forces launched an intense military operation against Islamic State insurgents in three cities in central Iraq yesterday, fighting to regain control of lost ground, security sources said....
 

Rowhani to attend UN assembly, not meeting Obama
Iranian President Hassan Rowhani will address the UN General Assembly in New York next week but is not scheduled to meet Barack Obama, a government spokesman said yesterday....
 

US strikes boost IS; more hostages possible: FBI
Support for Islamic State increased after US airstrikes began in Iraq and the militant group may take more hostages to try to force concessions from Washington, the FBI director told Congress on Wednesday....
 

  

Livestock prices rise in EP
Livestock prices in the Eastern Province have escalated from SR1,400 to SR2,000 a head over the past two weeks, with some accusing feed traders of price manipulation....
 

Egypt to buy 65% of oil product imports from UAE
Egypt will buy 65 per cent of its oil product imports for the next year from the UAE, in the latest Gulf lifeline to an economy rocked by three years of turmoil....
 

Strong public investment spend to lift Qatar growth to 6.9% in 2015: Samba
Strong public investment spending is expected to push Qatar's growth to 6.7% this year and 6.9% in 2015, Samba Financial Group has said in its latest report....
 

GCC growth prospects to remain healthy, says S&P
Gulf banks have shown healthy earnings growth over the last year and a half despite historically low interest rates, said Standard....
 

Iraqi Kurdistan oil heads to Asia
At least 3mn barrels of Iraqi Kurdish oil are on ships heading to Asia, with trade sources naming China as a possible destination as the autonomous region expands efforts to establish independent oil sales in...
 

GCC economies remain resilient despite low oil prices: Prince Abdulaziz Bin Salman
Prince Abdulaziz Bin Salman Bin Abdulaziz, Assistant Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources for Petroleum Affairs, dismissed arguments that lower oil prices will cause the collapse of GCC economies....
 

Kuwait's trade surplus with Japan widens third month
Kuwait's trade surplus with Japan slightly widened 0.9 percent in August to JPY 94.3 billion (USD 867 million) from a year earlier, expanding for the third month in a row thanks to strong exports, the...
 

Saudi policy body to consider taxing idle urban land
Saudi Arabia’s Supreme Economic Council, a top policy body chaired by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah, will study whether to tax undeveloped urban land as part of efforts to end a...
 

  
Fri Sep 19, 2014| 24-ذو القعدة-1435هـ
Regional cooperation vital for Gulf security
Livestock prices rise in EP
Doha doesn't back extremists: Emir
Egypt to buy 65% of oil product imports from UAE
Saudi policy body to consider taxing idle urban land
GCC growth prospects to remain healthy, says S&P
Bahrain warns Qatar over citizenship offers
Strong public investment spend to lift Qatar growth to 6.9% in 2015: Samba
Iran nuclear talks: Bridging the gaps in New York
Kuwait's trade surplus with Japan widens third month
Scholars back plan to crush IS 
Iraqi Kurdistan oil heads to Asia
Iraqi army attacks IS militants in three cities
GCC economies remain resilient despite low oil prices: Prince Abdulaziz Bin Salman
Egypt is the region's safety valve for Arabs: UAE
Yemen at a dangerous crossroads, says Al-Sallal
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