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Bahrainis due to cast votes in Saturday's polls
Many of the 350,000 eligible voters are due to head to polling stations on Saturday to elect nominees for the 40-seat Bahraini parliament....
 

Iraq seeks KSA help to return to Arab fold
Iraqi Parliament's president, Salim Al-Jabouri, claimed during his visit to the Kingdom, that he is trying his best to bring Iraq back to the Arab fold once again. He also hoped that the Kingdom will...
 

Iran still stalling as N-deal deadline looms
Iran has yet to explain suspected atomic bomb research to the UN nuclear agency, its head said on Thursday, just four days before a deadline for a comprehensive deal between Iran and six world powers...
 

Bahrain envoy back in Doha
Bahrain, Saudi Arabia and the UAE had recalled their ambassadors early in March this year following a diplomatic rift. The row was resolved at a meeting of GCC leaders in Riyadh on November 16....
 

Groups may appeal against inclusion on terror list: Gargash
Groups placed on a terrorism list by the UAE can appeal against the designation if their "approach has changed", Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Dr Anwar Mohammed Gargash said on Thursday....
 

World must recognise threat of terrorism: Assad
Syrian President Bashar Al Assad has said that international acknowledgment of the threats of terrorism is one of the factors determining the future of the region....
 

Grand mufti: Steer clear of anti-Islamic websites
Sheikh Abdul Aziz Al-Asheikh, grand mufti and chairman of the Standing Committee for Scientific Research and Ifta, said the cyber war waged by anti-Islamic websites are promoting division among Muslims....
 

Top ISIS leader killed in Iraq raid
An Islamic State leader has been killed in an air strike in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul, residents and a local medical source said on Thursday....
 

Kuwait labor law offers additional protection to expats - official
Director-General of the public authority of workforce Jamal Al-Dosary on Thursday reaffirmed commitment of the authority to protect expatriate workers under provisions of the labor law No. 6/2010....
 

Kerry rules out extension of Iran N-deadline
The powers leading negotiations with Iran on its nuclear programme are "not discussing an extension" of this week's deadline, US Secretary of State John Kerry said in Paris on Thursday....
 

France opens probe into Frenchmen in ISIS video
A horrified France was grappling with a new reality on Thursday in which hundreds of its citizens are openly joining jihadist groups and directly calling for attacks on their homeland....
 

  

SR7.8 billion contract signed to modernize Riyadh bus network
Riyadh's Gov. Prince Turki bin Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz signed a contract worth SR7.8 billion on Thursday with the Saudi Arabian Public Transport Company and France's Regie Autonome des Transports Parisiens (RATP) to supply, operate...
 

UAE banks to freeze 'suspect accounts'
UAE banks have been banned from doing business with some extremist groups including the Muslim Brotherhood, their representative said, as the country's central bank won powers to freeze suspect accounts for up to seven days....
 

Gulf seen rejecting Opec cuts to guard market share
Gulf oil producers led by Saudi Arabia will likely reject output cuts at an Opec meeting next week unless they are guaranteed their market share in a highly competitive market, analysts say....
 

Kuwait Airways agrees to buy Boeing 10 jetliners: Al-Roumi
Kuwait Airways has agreed to buy 10 Boeing jetliners, B777-300ERs, the company's Chairperson and CEO Rasha Al-Roumi said on Thursday....
 

Oman sign three agreements to join GCC electricity interconnection grid
Oman signed on Thursday three agreements to become a full member of the Gulf Cooperation Council Interconnection Authority (GCCIA), the first a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), the second on the statute, and the third a...
 

Markets edge up as investors hunt for bargains
Most stock markets in the Middle East edged up as oil prices paused in their decline ahead of next week’s OPEC summit and stocks that usually see little trading took center stage on several bourses....
 

Volatile oil prices 'will not affect wealth fund strategy'
Volatile oil prices will not force the Qatar Investment Authority (QIA) to change its investment strategy, the sovereign wealth fund’s chief executive said on Thursday....
 

'Port city' on Oman border planned
An official Omani source has revealed plans to launch a "logistic port city" along the Saudi-Omani border later this year. The port will comprise a large service area that will house warehouses, transport companies and...
 

  
Sat Nov 22, 2014| 29-محرم-1436هـ
Iraq seeks KSA help to return to Arab fold
SR7.8 billion contract signed to modernize Riyadh bus network
Iran still stalling as N-deal deadline looms
Kuwait Airways agrees to buy Boeing 10 jetliners: Al-Roumi
Bahrain envoy back in Doha
UAE banks to freeze 'suspect accounts'
Groups may appeal against inclusion on terror list: Gargash
Gulf seen rejecting Opec cuts to guard market share
World must recognise threat of terrorism: Assad
Oman sign three agreements to join GCC electricity interconnection grid
Top ISIS leader killed in Iraq raid
Markets edge up as investors hunt for bargains
Kuwait labor law offers additional protection to expats - official
Volatile oil prices 'will not affect wealth fund strategy'
Kerry rules out extension of Iran N-deadline
Qatar's GDP grew by 6.3pc: PM
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