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Houthis and Sunnis clash in Yemen's capital: 5 dead
Five people were killed in clashes between Shiite Houthi fighters and Sunni tribal opponents in Sana'a early on Wednesday, medical sources said, in some of the worst violence in Yemen's capital since it was seized...
 

Qatar condemns storming of Al Aqsa mosque compound
Qatar has reiterated its condemnation of the storming of the Al Aqsa Mosque compound in Jerusalem and preventing worshippers from entering it to pray....
 

UN nuclear watchdog needs more funds for monitoring Iran
The UN atomic agency will need more funds from member states to help pay for its monitoring of an extended interim nuclear deal between Iran and six world powers, it said yesterday....
 

Qatar-Egypt detente urged
National Guard Minister Prince Miteb bin Abdullah returned to Riyadh on Wednesday following a visit to the United States where he met with President Barack Obama and senior US officials and discussed prospects of strengthening...
 

Syrian no-fly zone not being considered: Nato general
Nato is not considering establishing a "no-fly zone" in northern Syria, something Turkey has been calling for to alleviate security and humanitarian pressures on its southeastern borders, one of the alliance's top generals has said....
 

Al-Ghanim meets Pope Francis, stresses Islam is religion of peace
Kuwait's National Assembly Speaker Marzouk Al-Ghnaim met here on Wednesday with Pope Francis and Vatican Prime Minister Pietro Parolin....
 

Bahrain jails 12 for jailbreak
Two inmates who escaped from Jau prison in April were jailed for 15 years along with four accomplices, Northern Governorate Attorney General Hussain...
 

Call for Federal National Council polls after Ramadan
Preparations have commenced across the country for the third Federal National Council (FNC) elections, which will see 20 candidates take up the mantle of being the voice of the people....
 

No immediate plan to cut expat workforce, say Gulf ministers
The GCC states are likely to adopt a unified mechanism to rationalise employment of foreign workers and regulate their movement within the member countries by mid next year....
 

Iran parliament ends standoff with Rohani, okays higher education minister
Iran's parliament voted on Wednesday to approve President Hasan Rohani's fifth candidate to head the higher education ministry, ending an ideological tussle over a cabinet post important to his pledge to liberalise life in the...
 

Obama to host Jordan's king on Dec.5: Official
US President Barack Obama will host Jordan's King Abdullah II at the White House Dec.5 to discuss ways to "calm tensions in Jerusalem," as well as other regional issues, the president's spokesman said on Wednesday....
 

  

Saudi budget based on $ 45 oil price 'ideal'
Saudi economists expect oil prices to decline further in the coming years if producing countries inside and outside the OPEC fail to reach an agreement to stop the downward trend....
 

UAE banking system outlook stable: Moody's
The outlook for the UAE banking system remains stable, unchanged from 2013, Moody's Investors Service said in its latest report....
 

Qatar hospitality sector upbeat as hotel room yields jump
Qatar's hospitality market painted a rosy picture with Doha's hotel rooms' yield gaining 37.5% and 27% during August and September 2014, according to Ernst & Young (EY)....
 

Iraq budget based on $ 70/barrel
Iraqi Finance Minister Hoshiyar Zebari said he will soon present to Cabinet a proposed 2015 budget of $ 100 billion based on an oil price of $ 70 per barrel....
 

Kuwait-Egypt trade volume hit USD 3.2 bln: Ambassador
Egyptian Ambassador to Kuwait Abdulkarim Suleiman said Wednesday evening the bilateral trade volume grew to USD 405 million a year, excluding the value of Egypt's imports of Kuwaiti oil by-products....
 

GCC petrochem industry urged to leverage boon period amid challenges
GCC petrochemicals sector is entering a promising phase in its development and has to leverage opportunities in order to overcome challenges from global competition, said speakers at the 9th Annual Forum, hosted by the Gulf...
 

Qatar's trade surplus fall in Oct mainly on weak oil prices
Weak oil prices appear to have a profound effect in the double-digit fall in Qatar's trade surplus in October, according to official figures....
 

SR198m housing loans of deceased are written off
On a directive from Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah, the Ministry of Housing has written off SR198 million in loans given to 852 citizens who have died....
 

  
Thu Nov 27, 2014| 04-صفر-1436هـ
Qatar-Egypt detente urged
Saudi budget based on $ 45 oil price 'ideal'
Houthis and Sunnis clash in Yemen's capital: 5 dead
UAE banking system outlook stable: Moody's
UN nuclear watchdog needs more funds for monitoring Iran
GCC petrochem industry urged to leverage boon period amid challenges
Al-Ghanim meets Pope Francis, stresses Islam is religion of peace
Iraq budget based on $ 70/barrel
Syrian no-fly zone not being considered: Nato general
Kuwait-Egypt trade volume hit USD 3.2 bln: Ambassador
Qatar condemns storming of Al Aqsa mosque compound
Qatar hospitality sector upbeat as hotel room yields jump
Bahrain jails 12 for jailbreak
SR198m housing loans of deceased are written off
Call for Federal National Council polls after Ramadan
Qatar's trade surplus fall in Oct mainly on weak oil prices
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