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Kerry eases Gulf concerns over Iran nuclear deal
As part of his intensive diplomacy, US Secretary of State John Kerry sought Thursday to ease Gulf Arab concerns about an emerging nuclear deal with Iran and explore ways to calm instability in Yemen and...
 

Mohamed holds talks with S.Korea president
His Highness Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, has held official talks with the President of South Korea, Park Geun-hye, about...
 

Terrorism a threat to human values: Qatar
Terrorism poses a threat to humanitarian values and principles, and some methods to counter it are not in compliance with international human rights norms, which adds to the suffering caused by terrorism, Qatar's Permanent Representative...
 

Iraq says Daesh militants 'bulldozed' ancient site
Daesh militants "bulldozed" the renowned archaeological site of the ancient city of Nimrud in northern Iraq on Thursday using heavy military vehicles, the government said....
 

Kerry, Iran FM in new nuclear talks
The US and Iran ignored a passionate plea from the Israeli prime minister to ditch their nuclear negotiations and held a third straight day of talks Wednesday seeking a framework deal in a few weeks....
 

Saudi-Pakistani ties unshakable
Saudi Arabia and Pakistan are to enhance cooperation in all areas, with a particular focus on the energy and agricultural sectors, according to sources....
 

US to relocate staff in Yemen to Jeddah
The United States government has decided to temporarily relocate its Yemeni-based diplomatic staff to Jeddah....
 

Terrorist acts don't represent any religion, says Gargash
Dr Anwar bin Mohammed Gargash, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs gave the UAE's statement before the High Level Segment of the 28th session of the Human Rights Council on Wednesday....
 

Houthi stance disappoints UN envoy
The UN envoy to Yemen has expressed "disappointment" over the refusal by the country's Shiite rebels to withdraw their fighters from state institutions and release the prime minister from house arrest....
 

British ex-marine killed fighting Daesh in Syria
A former Royal Marine has become the first Briton to be killed while fighting with Kurdish forces battling Daesh militants in Syria, leaving his family "devastated" on Wednesday....
 

Kidnapped Iranian diplomat rescued in Yemen
An Iranian diplomat kidnapped in Yemen and held hostage for nearly two years has been rescued in a military operation and returned to Tehran on Thursday, official media reported....
 

  

Saudi Arabia sees oil market stabilising, raises prices
Saudi Arabian oil minister Ali Al Naimi said on Wednesday he hoped and expected the oil market to balance and prices, which hit a near six-year low in January, to stabilise....
 

UAE banks' credit growth forecast at 7.8% in 2015
Speaking to Khaleej Times, Dr Malik said personal loans will drive private sector credit growth at around 8.3 per cent in the year ahead....
 

Qatar, Luxembourg in strategic deal
A financial delegation headed by Prince Guillaume, Crown Prince of Luxembourg, accompanied by Crown Princess Stephanie, and led by Pierre Gramegna (pictured), Luxembourg Minister of Finance, is in Qatar to drive greater strategic cooperation between...
 

Selling pressure, speculations led KSE down this week - experts
The Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) witnessed fluctuations and selling pressure over the trading week that ended on Thursday, which pulled price levels of most traded shares down, according to experts. Speculative activities have carried on....
 

Sultanate likely to step up sukuk, debt issuance
The Sultanate, which has projected a 2.5 billion-rial deficit in its budget, is most likely to increase debt or sukuk issuance as a source of deficit financing than for other GCC members, said ratings agency...
 

Iraq in talks to issue $6b bonds
Iraq is discussing a possible bond issue worth nearly $6 billion with Deutsche Bank and Citibank as part of its efforts to cover a huge projected budget deficit this year, Finance Minister Hoshiyar Zebari said....
 

Rumors of conspiracy effect on oil prices drop 'untrue' - Saudi minister
Saudi Arabia's Oil Minister rejected as "untrue and malicious" claims of a so-called conspiracy being responsible for the recent drop in oil prices which has affected oil-producing nations, including his own....
 

Al-Naimi expects oil price to stabilize
Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources Ali Al-Naimi said on Wednesday he expected oil prices, which hit a near six-year low in January, to stabilize, signaling cautious optimism about the market outlook....
 

  
Fri Mar 6, 2015| 15-جماد أول-1436هـ
Saudi-Pakistani ties unshakable
Kuwaiti envoy, Albanian minister mull agricultural cooperation
Kerry, Iran FM in new nuclear talks
Oman's PDO raises crude output
Terrorist acts don't represent any religion, says Gargash
Al-Naimi expects oil price to stabilize
Houthi stance disappoints UN envoy
Muslim visitors choose UAE as top Mideast destination
British ex-marine killed fighting Daesh in Syria
GCC rail completion deadline seen at 2020
Kuwait urges North Korea to cooperate with IAEA
Low oil price to hit GCC banks' profits
Qatar, Turkey review programmes to mark 2015 Year of Culture
Oil slump impact 'limited' on Qatar financial sector: central bank chief
Iran, UN atomic watchdog to meet in Tehran on March 9
Etisalat to invest Dh4 billion in 2015
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