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Saudis led from the front: Ahmad Assiri
The goals of Phase I of the operations were achieved through air supremacy, said Brig. Gen. Ahmad Assiri, consultant at the minister of defense's office....

Houthis' air defences hit, UAE warplanes take part in blitz
The raids that began on Thursday are aimed at halting the advance of the Iran-backed Houthis, who have allied with a powerful former president and seized the capital and several provinces....

France says Iran needs to compromise more
A nuclear deal with Iran is possible but Tehran must make "new efforts" to clinch agreement, French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said on Friday....

Egypt, Bahrain discuss 'Operation Decisive Storm'
The latest developments of the "Operation Decisive Strom" led by the Saudi coalition on the Houthi militias to restore stability and security to Yemen were the focus of talks between Egypt's President Abdelfatah Al-Sisi and...

US allies conduct 16 air strikes in Syria, Iraq
US and coalition forces conducted 10 air strikes against Daesh fighters in Iraq during a 24-hour period, while US forces led six air strikes in Syria, the US military said on Friday....

Saudi, Sweden discuss bilateral ties after diplomatic row
Saudi Minister of Defence and President of Kingdom Royal Court Prince Mohammad bin Salman bin Abdulaziz discussed bilateral ties with Sweden Special Envoy and Former Defence Minister Bjorn Gustaf von Sydow bilateral relations, in Riyadh...

Yemeni FM says Iranian forces were aiding Houthis
Iranian forces were in Sanaa to support the Houthi militants, Yemeni Foreign Minister Riad Yassine told Al-Arabiya in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, on Friday....

Assad says 'open' to dialogue with US
Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad says he would be "open'' to a dialogue with the United States, but that it must be "based on mutual respect."...

UN chief to discuss Yemen with King Salman at Arab summit
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon told Al-Arabiya television on Friday he would discuss the crisis in Yemen with Arab leaders attending a March 28-29 summit in Egypt....

Iraqi security forces, troops resume offensive in Tikrit - Pentagon
Several thousand regular Iraqi security forces and troops from Popular Mobilization Forces have resumed offensive operations in Tikrit, and some Shiite militia units have withdrawn, Pentagon spokesperson Steve Warren said in a statement Friday....

Iran upbeat as nuclear talks hit final stretch
Iran's nuclear chief said Thursday he was "optimistic" about reaching a ground-breaking nuclear deal, as US and Iranian diplomats launched down-to-the-wire talks chasing a March 31 deadline....


Riyadh governor to open STTIM
Prince Faisal bin Bandar, Riyadh governor and chairman of the Riyadh Tourism Development Council, will open the 8th session of the Saudi Travel and Tourism Investment Forum (STTIM-2015) on Sunday (March 29) at the InterContinental...

Crude prices may hit $ 70 by end of year
Iraq's Oil Minister Adel Abdel Mehdi predicted world oil prices could reach $ 70 a barrel by the end of 2015 and played down the impact of the emerging conflict in Yemen on prices....

UAE, Belgium boost relations
The UAE-Belgium Forum in Dubai sought to enhance the bilateral and economic relationship while promoting opportunities for further cooperation between the two countries....

Qatar to treat Gulf investors as locals
Qatar's stock exchange will treat investors from Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries as local citizens from Thursday when calculating whether foreign ownership in listed companies has reached permissible limits, the bourse said on Wednesday....

Kuwait woos German investors
Kuwait's Minister of Oil Dr. Ali Al-Omair urged here on Friday German companies to benefit from abundant natural resources and invest in the renewable energy projects in Kuwait....

Dairy production in KSA needs SR15 billion investment by 2020
The dairy industry sector in the Kingdom is in need of additional investments estimated at SR15 billion to shore up production either by expansion of the existing projects or construction of new ones by 2020,...

Gulf states avert oil price reaching USD 70: expert
The wise policies of Saudi Arabia and Gulf states, particularly in view of military operations in Yemen, have added to the stability of the oil market, preventing oil prices from spiking to over USD 70...

Kuwait's credit climbs by 6.2 percent in January: report
Credit saw a small increase in January, with growth steady at 6.2 percent y/y, a specialized economic report showed Friday....

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Massive support for KSA campaign to save Yemen
Analysts: Oil price surge over Yemen crisis 'temporary'
Iran upbeat as nuclear talks hit final stretch
Saudi rail firm signs contract to renew main freight route's second phase
Shiite militias 'pulled back' from Tikrit: US
Still premature to forecast new record oil prices' jump - Kuwaiti official
Kuwait committed to GCC indivisible security, stability: cabinet
Energy reforms a 'must' to stay competitive: Jafar
Sheikh Ahmad apologizes to end videotapes saga
Oman bank assets grow 11.8%, credit jumps 11% in Jan.
Technical preparations for FNC poll completed
UAE-Belgium Business Forum for strong ties
Erdogan says can't tolerate Iran bidding to dominate Middle East 
QTA warns hotels against increasing prices
UK to train Syrian opposition to fight Daesh
Gulf stock markets regain ground
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American troops are vital to shore up Afghanistan's army
Riddles in the air
Why Operation Decisive Storm was needed in Yemen
'Decisive Storm' contains threat
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Day's main stories from the GCC Press Agencies
Iranian Nuclear Program Negotiations : What Next?
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Saudi Arabia Banking Sector
GCC Equity Monitor - Global
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Saudi Arabia and the ASEAN Periphery: Cambodia, Myanmar, and Brunei
NATO and the Future of Gulf Security.
Saudi-Vietnam Relations
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Price of not heeding Kingdom's advice
On Relations between Rulers and Citizens: The Need for a New Social/Political Contract in the GCC States
Key Issue Facing the Saudi Ruling House.
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Beyond Regionalism? Regional Cooperation, Regionalism and Regionalization in the Middle East
India, GCC and the Global Energy Regime: Exploring Interdependence and Outlook for Collaboration.
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Evaluating Financial Literacy Training for Migrant Workers in the Gulf
The Socio-Political Background and Stakes of ‘Saudizing’ the Workforce in Saudi Arabia: the Nitaqat Policy
Current Progress in the Nationalisation Programmes in Saudi Arabia
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