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Qatif attack 'divisive design'
A suicide bomber blew himself up during Friday prayer at a mosque in the village of Al-Qadeeh in eastern Saudi Arabia, killing 21 and wounding 100 others....
 

UAE condemns terrorist attack on Saudi Arabia's Qatif mosque
Dr. Anwar bin Mohammed Gargash, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, reaffirmed the UAE's firm position, rejecting terrorism in all its forms, which contravened all laws, religious and moral values....
 

IS cements grip on Iraq-Syria border in jihadist surge
The Islamic State group consolidated its control of the Iraq-Syria border Friday after capturing an Iraqi provincial capital and a famed Syrian heritage site in an offensive that has forced a review of US strategy....
 

Nuclear talks to resume in Vienna on May 26: Iran
Iran and world powers are to resume talks in the Austrian capital next week on drafting a final accord on the country's nuclear programme, a senior Iranian negotiator said on Friday....
 

Pakistan denies selling nukes to Saudi Arabia
The Sunday Times of London had claimed that Saudi Arabia had "taken the 'strategic decision' to acquire off-the-shelf atomic weapons from Pakistan," citing unnamed American officials....
 

Alarm as half of Syria under IS control
Islamic State militants tightened their grip on the historic city of Palmyra in Syria, days after capturing a provincial capital in neighboring Iraq, suggesting the growing momentum of the group which a monitor says now...
 

More strikes as Houthis pay the price for rejecting Riyadh conference demands
Saudi-led coalition planes struck several Houthi locations on Thursday that were being used to launch operations on civilians....
 

Iran warns Israel of Hezbollah rockets if attacked
A senior Iranian military official warned on Thursday that any Israeli attack would unleash a firestorm of missiles on its cities fired by the Islamic republic's Hezbollah allies in Lebanon....
 

Qatar Ministry slams Amnesty over labour claims
Qatar yesterday hit back at Amnesty International for accusing it of failing to deliver on reforms for migrant workers and said significant changes have been made to improve working conditions....
 

Al-Ghanim condemns Israel's continued detention of Palestinian MPs
Kuwait's National Assembly Speaker Marzouq Al-Ghanim condemned Thursday Israel's continued detention of Palestinian lawmakers....
 

Bahrain oppn leader to be sentenced next month
A court will decide on sentence for Bahrain's opposition leader and General Secretary of Al Wefaq National Islamic Society Sheikh Salman next month....
 

  

Saudi Arabia firms' market cap hits SR1.75 trillion in 4 years
Market capitalization of the Saudi financial sector (listed firms) registered compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 9 percent to reach $467.5 billion (SR1.75 trillion) in a four-year period (2009-2013), local media said quoting Saudi Arabian...
 

Iraq exports hold close to record high in May
Iraq's oil exports have held above 3 million barrels per day (bpd) so far in May, according to loading data and an industry source, keeping shipments from OPEC's second-largest producer close to a record high....
 

Emaar's $100b Saudi city to be ready by '35
A $100 billion city-from-scratch in Saudi Arabia is to be completed by 2035 and will serve as the main logistics and manufacturing hub for countries on the Red Sea, the world's 'largest new emerging market,'...
 

Oman refinery firm borrows $910m from Gulf banks
Oman Oil Refineries and Petroleum Industries Co. (ORPIC) has taken out a 350 million rial ($910 million), ten-year loan from local and regional banks, part of which will be used to fund expansion projects, the...
 

Iran to build LP gas storage facilities abroad
An Iranian energy official said the country is weighing plans to set up liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) storage facilities in some target countries to resolve problems in the exports....
 

Oil product trade: Saudi Arabia aiming high
Saudi Arabia's rapid transition into one of the world's largest oil refiners adds an extra dimension to the oil exporter's role as the driver of OPEC policy....
 

UAE champions sustainable energy at United Nations forum
The UAE announced a wide range of initiatives to accelerate deployment of clean energy at the UN Sustainable Energy for All (SE4A) Forum, notably in support of the UN’s goal to double the global share...
 

Maltese-Saudi Joint Commission focuses on trade, investment
A high-powered 12-member delegation represented Malta in the 2nd Maltese-Saudi Joint Commission, which ended its three-day meeting in Riyadh on Thursday....
 

  
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Three South Korea MERS cases have origin in GCC
Al-Naimi sees eventual end of fossil fuels
More strikes as Houthis pay the price for rejecting Riyadh conference demands
Gulf banks expand role as syndicated lenders
Alarm as half of Syria under IS control
Gulf markets edge up as oil prices rise; Egypt resumes rally
Media's role vital in spreading culture of tolerance: UAE
Minister calls for intensifying efforts to spur GCC economy
Bahrain oppn leader to be sentenced next month
UAE companies can improve business performance with CSR
Al-Ghanim condemns Israel's continued detention of Palestinian MPs
93.3 per cent Omanisation in local banks: CBO data
Qatar Ministry slams Amnesty over labour claims
Kuwait's Al Ahli Bank buying Piraeus Bank Egypt for $150mn
Iran warns Israel of Hezbollah rockets if attacked
Iraqi forces thwart Daesh attack east of Ramadi
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