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ISIS push on Kobani stalls, Iraq fightback months off
An attack by the ISIS group on the Syrian town of Kobani has stalled but, in neighbouring Iraq, government troops are months from mounting a major fightback, US officials said....
 

General Shaikh Mohammed holds talks with Putin
The Russian President, who welcomed General Shaikh Mohammed in the Black Sea city of Sochi, said he was pleased to meet General Shaikh Mohammed again to discuss with him avenues of joint cooperation in various...
 

China seeks closer military ties with Iran
China wants to have closer military ties with Iran, the Chinese defence minister told the visiting head of the Iranian navy on Thursday, state media reported, reaffirming diplomatic links despite controversy over Iran's nuclear plans....
 

South Yemen rebels vow to intensify protests
Southern Yemeni separatists pledged on Thursday to escalate protests demanding secession, as northern Huthis vie to expand their control over more of the impoverished country....
 

IS now 'richest terror group'
The Islamic State has become the world's wealthiest terror group, generating tens of millions of dollars a month from black market oil sales, ransoms and extortion, officials said Thursday....
 

Work on Qatar's new sponsorship law under way
Qatar said yesterday it was still working on the new sponsorship system and it is likely to be finalised next year....
 

Women warned anew: Hands off cars !
"Female drivers in Saudi Arabia will be dealt with strictly," said a statement released by the ministry. "The ministry will apply regulations firmly against those who violate the country's laws," it said....
 

Turkey-US ties under strain over arms airdrop
The US decision to air-drop weapons to Kurdish forces in Syria on the same day Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan dismissed them as terrorists is the latest false note in the increasingly discordant mood music coming...
 

Lebanese gov't to stop receiving Syrian refugees, barring 'exceptional' cases
The Lebanese cabinet on Thursday agreed unanimously to stop the influx of further Syrian refugees into the country, fleeing the war, except under "exceptional humanitarian cases"....
 

Syria Kurds sign power-sharing agreement
Syrian Kurdish factions have signed a deal to share power and set their rivalries aside to capitalise on growing international support for their fight against Islamic State militants....
 

Germany lauds close relations with KSA 
Germany is developing closer trade and cultural ties with Saudi Arabia, the German ambassador said here recently....
 

  

Saudi Arabia supplies less oil in September despite output rise
Saudi Arabia supplied less crude oil to the market in September than a month earlier, an industry source said on Thursday, at a time when some OPEC members are calling on the Kingdom to cut...
 

UAE leads IPO activity in region in Q3: PwC
The UAE leads the initial public offering (IPO) activity in the GCC during the third quarter with the largest Emaar Malls Group shares float....
 

Gulf airlines target Italy as transit point for expansion
Having shuttled millions of travelers through their plush home bases, rival Gulf airlines are now battling over an Italian market which they see as ripe for expansion and key to driving traffic on to long-haul...
 

Qatar, Iran hold talks on boosting trade ties
Qatar's Minister of Economy and Commerce HE Sheikh Ahmed bin Jassim bin Mohamed al-Thani has visited Iran, accompanied by a delegation that included a number of businessmen and CEOs of Qatari companies to discuss economic...
 

Yemen, WFP discuss food security support
Minister of Planning and International Cooperation Mohamed al-Saadi discussed on Thursday with the World Food Programme (WFP) Regional Director Mohamed Diab the cooperation between Yemen and the programme....
 

Saudi Arabia's imports jump 19.6% in August, nonoil exports up
Saudi Arabia's imports jumped an annual 19.6 percent in August, ending nine consecutive months of declines, while growth in nonoil exports accelerated to 22.2 percent, data from the Central Department of Statistics and Information showed....
 

S&P reaffirms Nakilat rating at 'AA-' with stable outlook
Rating agency Standard & Poor's (S&P) has reaffirmed Nakilat's corporate credit rating at 'AA-' with a stable outlook....
 

Kuwait to host GCC central bank chiefs on Friday
Kuwait is set to host on Friday the 60th meeting of the Committee of Governors of Monetary Agencies and Central Banks in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) member states....
 

  
Sat Oct 25, 2014| 01-محرم-1436هـ
General Shaikh Mohammed holds talks with Putin
China seeks closer military ties with Iran
UAE leads IPO activity in region in Q3: PwC
South Yemen rebels vow to intensify protests
Yemen, WFP discuss food security support
IS now 'richest terror group'
Gulf airlines target Italy as transit point for expansion
Work on Qatar's new sponsorship law under way
Qatar, Iran hold talks on boosting trade ties
Lebanese gov't to stop receiving Syrian refugees, barring 'exceptional' cases
S&P reaffirms Nakilat rating at 'AA-' with stable outlook
Turkey-US ties under strain over arms airdrop
Saudi Arabia's imports jump 19.6% in August, nonoil exports up
Women warned anew: Hands off cars !
Saudi Arabia supplies less oil in September despite output rise
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