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Baghdad flights disrupted after bullet hits flydubai jet
A bullet hit the fuselage of a flydubai airliner on its descent into Baghdad, prompting several carriers to suspend their flights to the Iraqi capital on Tuesday....
 

Salman, Obama set for strategic talks
Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman will hold talks in Riyadh on Tuesday with US President Barack Obama on major regional and international issues, a Royal Court statement said....
 

GCC initiative sponsors express deep concern over political turmoil in Yemen
Ambassadors of the 10 countries sponsoring the GCC's Yemen initiative, and other envoys, expressed deep concern Monday over deteriorating political situation, rejecting use of violence for political gains....
 

Iraq's Shiite militias killed 70 civilians after IS rollback: Sunni leaders
Sunni politicians and tribal chiefs from Iraq's eastern Diyala province accused Shiite militias on Monday of killing more than 70 unarmed civilians who had fled clashes with Islamic State militants....
 

Germany rejects US Congress plans to tighten Iran sanctions
Speaking to media representatives on Monday, Foreign Ministry Spokesman Martin Schaefer stressed any attempts to damage the ongoing highly sensitive diplomatic talks between Iran and six world powers (the US, Russia, China, Britain, France and...
 

Drone targets 'Al-Qaeda' forces in crisis-hit Yemen
A drone strike killed three suspected Al-Qaeda militants in Yemen yesterday after Washington vowed to continue its campaign against the jihadist group despite the country's ongoing political crisis....
 

Infectious diseases top agenda at health congress
Concern over global public health care in view of emerging infectious diseases such as Ebola and medical tourism in the UAE, topped the agenda at the 40th edition of the Arab Health Exhibition and Congress...
 

UN to discuss contempt of religions at KSA's request
The United Nations Human Rights Council has decided to discuss the issue of contempt of religions and to introduce a resolution for vote at its next session in March at the request of the Kingdom....
 

UAE ministry condemns ISIS killing of Japanese
The UAE has condemned the brutal and shocking crime committed by the terrorist organisation Daesh (ISIS) by the killing of Japanese hostage, Haruna Yukawa, in an heinous way which represents a violation of human rights...
 

US Embassy in Yemen closed
The United States said on Monday that it has closed its embassy in Yemen to the public until further notice due to security concerns....
 

GCC journalism cmte kicks off meeting in Oman
The GCC Journalism Committee members kicked off their meeting, with participation of Kuwait, in the Omani capital Monday....
 

  

SAGIA: Smooth transition highlights Saudi Arabia's stability
Saudi Arabia is committed to creating a world-class environment for investors, said Abdullatif A. Al-Othman, governor of the Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority....
 

OPEC chief expects some rebound in crude prices soon
Oil prices at current levels may have reached a floor and could move higher very soon, OPEC Secretary-General Abdullah Al-Badri said....
 

No cut in development outlay says Mansouri
Speaking to reporters on the sidelines of the two-day GCC Regulators Summit, the minister said the budgetary allocations to the development have already been made and there's no need for any changes....
 

Qatar may build 2nd LNG terminal in Italy
Italy and Qatar are working to further deepening the bilateral economic ties. Both the countries are planning to build their second LNG receiving terminal in Italy to enhance capacity, in addition to discussions on many...
 

Oman plans 3 projects to lift aquaculture production
Oman Ministry of Housing has signed three agreements which will help boost aquaculture production in the country from 353 tons (2013) to 7,330 tons annually....
 

UAE economy minister expects oil to start recovering by mid-year
Oil prices are expected to start recovering by the middle of this year, along with improvement in major economies, UAE Economy Minister Sultan bin Saeed Al-Mansouri said....
 

Current account surplus: Saudi Arabia in strong position
Saudi Arabia’s gross domestic product (GDP) doubled during the reign of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah, who died on Friday, from SR1.23 trillion in 2005 to about SR2.82 trillion in 2014....
 

Kuwait takes part in int'l tourism trade fair in Spain
Kuwait takes part in an international tourism trade fair (Fitur 2015) to be held in Madrid, Spain, tomorrow with the participation of 165 countries, besides 9,107 international bodies and institutions....
 

  
Tue Jan 27, 2015| 06-ربيع ثاني-1436هـ
Salman, Obama set for strategic talks
OPEC chief expects some rebound in crude prices soon
GCC initiative sponsors express deep concern over political turmoil in Yemen
Qatar may build 2nd LNG terminal in Italy
Iraq's Shiite militias killed 70 civilians after IS rollback: Sunni leaders
UAE economy minister expects oil to start recovering by mid-year
Germany rejects US Congress plans to tighten Iran sanctions
Iran's economy can grow by over 8% if sanctions lifted: minister
Infectious diseases top agenda at health congress
Oman plans 3 projects to lift aquaculture production
SAGIA: Smooth transition highlights Saudi Arabia's stability
Current account surplus: Saudi Arabia in strong position
Drone targets 'Al-Qaeda' forces in crisis-hit Yemen
US Embassy in Yemen closed
UN to discuss contempt of religions at KSA's request
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