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4 French journalists held hostage in Syria released
Four French journalists held hostage in Syria for 10 months have been released, officials said Saturday, the latest batch of reporters to be freed in what has become the world's deadliest conflict for the media....
 

Bahrain car explosion kills 2; civil defense personnel injured
Two people were killed Saturday when their car exploded in a village in Bahrain, the Interior Ministry said, although it was unclear whether the vehicle itself had been targeted....
 

Iran completes downgrading enriched uranium from 20 to five pct: Salehi
Iran has completed downgrading enriched uranium from 20 to five percent, the Islamic Republic's nuclear chief Ali Akbar Salehi said Saturday....
 

Yemen drone strike kills 13 militants
An air strike killed 13 suspected Al Qaeda militants in the central Yemeni province of Al Bayda yesterday, security and tribal sources said....
 

2 more expats die of MERS in Jeddah
Two foreigners died of MERS in Jeddah, the Health Ministry said Saturday, as fears rise over the spreading respiratory virus in the Kingdom’s commercial hub....
 

Qaradawi denies reports about leaving Qatar
Noted Qatar-based Islamic scholar Dr Yousuf Al Qardawi has denied reports that he is moving to another country....
 

Kuwaiti Amir congratulates GCC leaders on 'positive' FMs' meeting outcome
His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah congratulated Saturday Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries' leaders for "positive and constructive" outcome of the GCC Foreign Ministers' meeting last Thursday....
 

Violence kills 29 in Iraq as security forces hit militants
Violence in Iraq killed 29 people yesterday, most of them militants who died in a security forces assault that pushed them out of an area west of Baghdad, officials said....
 

Syria rivalry sharply splits jihadist ranks
Rivalry between jihadist groups fighting in Syria has sharply divided global militant ranks once loosely allied under Al Qaeda, sparking infighting which experts say has hampered efforts to topple President Bashar al-Assad....
 

Companies given four more months to implement wage protection system
Companies with at least 1,000 workers are being given four more months to implement a wage protection system that was introduced by the Labor Ministry last year in a bid to ensure employees' rights....
 

New medical watchdog in Bahrain
Bahrain is proposing tough new rules for medical qualifications. It is also planning to set up a panel of experts to monitor assessments to strengthen the quality of medicine and dentistry graduates....
 

  

Qatar GDP projected to hit $ 230bn
Given Qatar's projected 6-7 percent growth rate for 2014-15, the countries GDP is expected to touch an estimated $ 230bn in the current fiscal. Going forward, Qatar might emerge as the region's second largest economy,...
 

Cash buyers buoy UAE real estate market
Five out of 10 property transactions involve foreign buyers: Arqaam Capital...
 

Western Region attracts billions in realty projects
The Kingdom's Western Region is experiencing an unprecedented real estate boom, with billions of riyals earmarked for mega projects. Among the most important are the SR15 billion, mixed-use Prince Sultan Cultural Center, north of Jeddah,...
 

CMA says keen to use global financial experts to develop local ones
The Capital Markets Authority (CMA) asserted keenness to attracting renowned financial experts in supervision and regulation to train and develop local experts working in CMA and Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE)....
 

Iran ahead of 110 countries for exports growth rate: IMF
The Islamic Republic of Iran has ranked 67th in terms of exports growth rate in 2013, according to the latest statistics released by the International Monetary Fund (IMF)....
 

Law to rationalise energy sources in the pipeline: Minister
Suhail bin Mohammed Faraj Faris Al Mazrouei, Minister of Energy has unveiled a new draft 'Rationalisation Law', being prepared in cooperation with the Ministry of Environment and Water ahead of referring it to the...
 

Support for SMEs can help reduce imports, boost Qatar economy
Extending more support to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) can help boost the supply chain and improve the economy by reducing the number of imports, Qatar Shell media relations manager Ali Reyad al-Ansari said....
 

Conference sheds light on air cargo industry growth
A conference focusing on developing a secure and efficient air cargo supply chain and its role in global economic growth concluded in Bahrain....
 

  
Sun Apr 20, 2014| 19-جماد ثاني-1435هـ
Bahrain car explosion kills 2; civil defense personnel injured
Qatar GDP projected to hit $ 230bn
Iran completes downgrading enriched uranium from 20 to five pct: Salehi
Cash buyers buoy UAE real estate market
Yemen drone strike kills 13 militants
Western Region attracts billions in realty projects
2 more expats die of MERS in Jeddah
CMA says keen to use global financial experts to develop local ones
Qaradawi denies reports about leaving Qatar
Iran ahead of 110 countries for exports growth rate: IMF
4 French journalists held hostage in Syria released
Law to rationalise energy sources in the pipeline: Minister
Kuwaiti Amir congratulates GCC leaders on 'positive' FMs' meeting outcome
Support for SMEs can help reduce imports, boost Qatar economy
Violence kills 29 in Iraq as security forces hit militants
Conference sheds light on air cargo industry growth
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