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Iran is 'true enemy' of Gulf Arabs, says Kuwaiti MP
A senior Kuwaiti lawmaker on Sunday described Iran as the "true enemy" of Gulf Arab states, in a sign of growing tensions with the Shia power....
 

Anti-Houthi fight to stop Iranian expansion: Hadi
Yemen's exiled President Abd-Rabbu Mansur Hadi said on Saturday that his forces were battling Houthi rebels across the country to check "Iranian expansion" in the region....
 

Over 90 executed by IS in Syria in a month: monitor
The Islamic State group has executed more than 90 people, a third of them civilians, over the past month in areas of war-torn Syria it controls, a monitor said yesterday....
 

Al-Araby pins hopes on Saudi-US summit
Secretary General of the Arab League Nabil Al-Araby on Sunday stressed the importance of the Saudi-US summit due in Washington on Friday....
 

OIC condemns terrorist blast in Bahrain
The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) strongly condemned Sunday the terrorist explosion which took place recently in Karranah village in Bahrain....
 

Egypt's parliamentary elections 'important democratic step :Speaker Al-Ghanim
Arab Parliamentary Union President and Speaker of the National Assembly, Marzouq Al-Ghanim, said Sunday he was happy to learn Egypt's High Election Committee (HEC) has called for general elections in October....
 

Mohamed, Somali President discuss ties
His Highness Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, received yesterday at Al Mamoura in Abu Dhabi President Hassan Shaikh Mahmoud of...
 

Iran N-deal to fuel terror: Netanyahu
The deal to curb Iran's nuclear programme will bolster Teheran's ability to fund global terrorism by providing Baghdadi militia with 'billions of dollars' in sanctions relief, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Saturday....
 

MERS toll 507 with four more deaths
A woman and three men died on Sunday after contracting the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) in Riyadh, bringing the total number of deaths to 507 since June, 2012....
 

Bahrain reviews security steps after deadly explosion
Bahrain is waging a war against terrorists and those who aid and abet them, the Premier warned yesterday....
 

Saudi women allowed to run in local elections for the first time
For the first time Saudi Arabia allowed women to register to stand in local elections on Sunday....
 

  

Petchem stocks send Tadawul surging
Most Middle East stock markets rose but closed well off their intra-day highs on Sunday and some edged lower as investors started selling into the region's rally, indicating sentiment was still shaky even after oil...
 

Japan-UAE trade at $16.28b in H1
The value of two-way trade between Japan and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) reached $16.28 billion during the first six months of 2015. Japan's import of crude oils, gases and other petroleum products from the...
 

QSE, Borsa Istanbul sign MoU to enhance their co-operation
The Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) and the Borsa Istanbul have enhanced their co-operation through a memorandum of understanding (MoU) signed yesterday, which will "formalise co-operation" between the two markets....
 

Oman's largest power project enters fast track
The government's efforts to keep up with growing demand for power in a rapidly industrialising country got a fillip on Sunday, when three consortia submitted proposals for the development of independent power projects at Ibri...
 

Iraqi parliament approves trade deal with Kuwait
The Iraqi House of Representatives approved, in the second reading Sunday, a trade cooperation agreement with the State of Kuwait amidst calls by MPs to further cement relations and cooperation with the neighboring Gulf country....
 

Middle East economies need to focus on IPOs
Experts from the region had claimed at the start of this year that 2015 will see increased stock market activity in terms of public issuances following the 27 IPOs that raised $11.5 billion in 2014,...
 

S. Africa keen to expand oil, petchem trade with Iran
South African Deputy Energy Minister Thembisile Majola says her country is keen to expand relations with Iran in oil and petrochemical industries once sanctions against the Islamic Republic are lifted, according to the Shana News...
 

QCB extends deadline for insurance regulations
The Qatar Central bank (QCB) has extended the deadline set for the insurance, reinsurance and Takaful companies to implement its new regulations....
 

  
Tue Sep 1, 2015| 17-ذو القعدة-1436هـ
Anti-Houthi fight to stop Iranian expansion: Hadi
Bahrain reviews security steps after deadly explosion
Al-Araby pins hopes on Saudi-US summit
Saudi credit default swaps fall steeply
India-UAE ties grow as meetings scheduled
Saudi women allowed to run in local elections for the first time
QSE, Borsa Istanbul sign MoU to enhance their co-operation
Oman launches floating storage for DME crude delivery
Over 90 executed by IS in Syria in a month: monitor
Kuwait to share democratic experience at UN's conf. - Speaker Al-Ghanim
Iraqi parliament approves trade deal with Kuwait
OIC condemns terrorist blast in Bahrain
Japan-UAE trade at $16.28b in H1
Qatar likely to get private universities
S. Africa keen to expand oil, petchem trade with Iran
MERS toll 507 with four more deaths
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