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Iranian FM: 'positive steps' taken to reach agreement with P5+1 group
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif described on Wednesday current negotiations with P5+1 group countries as moving toward "positive steps," and certain good steps were taken to reach a final agreement....
 

Iraq seeks a year's deferral on Gulf War reparations
Iraq has requested a one-year deferral of a $ 4.6bn reparations payment for destroying Kuwait’s oil facilities during its 1990-91 occupation, a UN official said yesterday....
 

Bahrain-Britain army pact to boost security
Bahrain has announced that the military agreement signed recently by Bahrain and the UK is part of decades-long outstanding relations between both countries....
 

Houthis consolidate control
Yemen's Houthi movement sacked top managers of the country's second largest port and the main oil company yesterday, staff said, in the latest move by the Shia group to consolidate its hold on state institutions....
 

Saudi Shoura Council suggests training for errant Haia men
Members of the Shoura Council have attributed the mistakes recently made by some members of the Haia to a lack of awareness, a lack of knowledge of how to deal with foreigners and other members...
 

Turkey and Iran differ on Syria, call for dialogue
A visit to Iran by Turkey's Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu on Wednesday highlighted their opposing views on the Syrian conflict, with both countries saying dialogue was needed to close gaps....
 

Kuwait keen on supporting Arab efforts worldwide
Kuwait has said that it is keen on supporting the Arab states' efforts in all international arenas, especially those related to the Palestinian cause....
 

Saudi-Bahrain ties 'stronger than ever'
Relations between Saudi Arabia and Bahrain are stronger than ever, according to Bahrain's consul general. Marking the country's 43rd National Day on Tuesday in Jeddah....
 

Stop this madness: Bahrain
Bahrain yesterday called for serious global action to fight terrorism in all its forms....
 

Qatar urged to protect civilians in occupied territories
Qatar has urged the high contracting parties to the Fourth Geneva Convention to take measures to achieve real protection for the civilians in the occupied Palestinian territories, including East Jerusalem, as Israel failed to meet...
 

Iraq govt combats 'ghost soldier' corruption
The Iraqi government has identified and stopped payment of tens of millions of dollars in salaries previously disbursed to nonexistent troops, known here as "ghost soldiers," as part of the prime minister’s vow to tackle...
 

  

'Massive' spending to continue despite 50% oil price drop
Saudi Arabia will continue massive public spending despite a 50 percent drop in the price of oil, which provides the bulk of its revenue, said Finance Minister Ibrahim Al-Assaf....
 

Shaikh Mohammed says financial sector primary driver of development
His Highness Shaikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, has emphasised that the UAE’s financial plans and monetary policies are part of an all-encompassing national...
 

Kuwait: Oil prices will improve in 2nd half of 2015
Kuwait's oil minister has said oil prices could pick up in the second half of 2015. 'The surplus in the market is currently 1.8 million barrels a day and it is the primary reason for the...
 

Qatar scientific R&D outlay tops GCC
Qatar has a solid footing in scientific research and development (R&D) with an allocation 2.8% of the gross domestic product (GDP), which is more than the developed world's average and much higher than the Gulf...
 

Kurdistan oil exports could total 800,000 bpd in '15
Iraq's semi-autonomous Kurdistan Regional Government will ramp up oil exports in the coming months, moving it closer to economic self-sufficiency while it works to clinch a final deal with Baghdad on crude sales and revenue...
 

Brent forecast at $ 83 in 2015 not to alarm GCC oil majors
Falling oil prices, the policy response of oil exporters, reform momentum and politics, will be the main influence on ratings in the Middle East and Africa (MEA) in 2015, said Fitch Ratings in its 2015...
 

UAE Economic Outlook 2015 forum concludes
The two-day ‘UAE Economic Outlook 2015’ forum concluded on Wednesday with a call for a clear shift to knowledge-based economic activity to address the emerging challenges....
 

Kuwait to participate in Islamic conf. of higher education ministers in Rabat
Kuwait is to take part in the seventh session of the Islamic Conference of Ministers of Higher Education and Scientific Research, scheduled to kick off Thursday in the Moroccan capital....
 

  
Thu Dec 18, 2014| 25-صفر-1436هـ
Iranian FM: 'positive steps' taken to reach agreement with P5+1 group
'Massive' spending to continue despite 50% oil price drop
Iraq seeks a year's deferral on Gulf War reparations
Shaikh Mohammed says financial sector primary driver of development
Bahrain-Britain army pact to boost security
Kuwait: Oil prices will improve in 2nd half of 2015
Houthis consolidate control
Qatar scientific R&D outlay tops GCC
Saudi Shoura Council suggests training for errant Haia men
Kurdistan oil exports could total 800,000 bpd in '15
Saudi-Bahrain ties 'stronger than ever'
Brent forecast at $ 83 in 2015 not to alarm GCC oil majors
Turkey and Iran differ on Syria, call for dialogue
UAE Economic Outlook 2015 forum concludes
Stop this madness: Bahrain
Kuwait to participate in Islamic conf. of higher education ministers in Rabat
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