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Syrian forces capture more ground in Aleppo
Syrian government forces on Tuesday captured new ground on the north-western edge of the city of Aleppo, tightening the siege on rebel-held parts of the metropolis where some 300,000 people live, activists said....
 

Riyadh, Tokyo join hands to fight terror
Tokyo is looking forward to strengthening and expanding security cooperation with Riyadh for strategic purposes, according to a Japanese official....
 

AP chief welcomes Kuwait's ultimatum to Yemeni parties to end talks
President of the Arab Parliament Ahmad Al-Jarwan welcomed on Tuesday ultimatum by the State of Kuwait to the Yemeni parties so as to end the UN-brokered peace negotiations....
 

Bahrain to try scores of 'terror' suspects
Bahrain prosecutors said yesterday scores of people will stand trial next month on charges of setting up a "terrorist organisation", espionage and armed attacks on police officers....
 

KSA diplomacy foils false accusations of terrorism
The malicious attempts to blame Saudi Arabia of involvement in the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11 were defeated, and the size of the storm clearly showed the extent of the animosity held by some toward...
 

Qatar condemns armed attack on French Church
Qatar yesterday expressed its condemnation and denunciation of the armed attack on a church in Rouen, north-west of Paris....
 

Egypt envoys hail 'exceptional' ties with UAE
While congratulating the Egyptian community here on the occasion of the 64th Egypt National Day, top diplomats on Monday said that marking the event "here in the UAE really matters"....
 

HRH Premier stresses maintaining homeland's security, stability
His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa said the challenges sweeping across the region give us further impetus to continue protecting the security and stability of the homeland and people....
 

Education for all vital: Al Kawari
H E Dr. Hamad bin Abdulaziz Al Kawari (pictured), Cultural Adviser at the Emiri Diwan and Qatar's candidate for the post of Unesco director-general, said there is a big gap between the countries of the...
 

Tehran goes lenient with embassy attackers
The Iranian judiciary has decided to reduce penalties for the first group of miscreants who attacked the Saudi Embassy in Tehran and its consulate in Mashhad, a week after the start of their trial....
 

UN eyes late August for new Syria talks
The UN's Syria envoy voiced hope yesterday that peace talks could restart next month, as US Secretary of State John Kerry said there had been "progress" in efforts to salvage an urgently-needed ceasefire....
 

  

Earnings of listed Saudi banks rise to SR23.3 billion in H1
Profits of the listed Saudi banks marginally rose by 0.75 percent to SR23.3 billion in the first half of this year, compared to SR23.1 billion in the same period last year, according to a financial...
 

Dubai firms' BCI up 117.5 points in Q2
Expectations of acquiring new projects and orders, improvement in market conditions, higher demand due to the festival season and new customers have had a significant impact on the overall business outlook in Dubai, as shown...
 

DP World container volumes up 2.5% in first half
Global ports operator DP World said on Tuesday that it handled 31.4 million TEU (twenty-foot equivalent units) across its global portfolio of container terminals during the first half of 2016....
 

7-year power outlook sees no big role for renewables in Oman
Oman's abundant solar and wind-based renewable energy resources are unlikely to contribute in the short term to the nation's burgeoning electricity requirements, effectively cementing the role of natural gas as the sector's primary fuel resource....
 

S. Korean company inks €8.6b oil, transport MOAs in Iran
Following the lifting of sanctions on Iran, Korean businesses are advancing into the country looking for new opportunities....
 

SABIC studying petchems JV with Exxon Mobil affiliate
Saudi Basic Industries Corp (SABIC), one of the world’s largest petrochemicals groups, said on Monday it is studying launching a jointly-owned petrochemicals complex with an affiliate of US Exxon Mobil....
 

Etihad, partners to pump $10.7bn into US economy
Etihad Aviation Group (EAG) and its equity partner airlines will support 108,000 jobs across the US in 2016 and make a $10.7 billion contribution to the national economy this year, according to a leading global...
 

Qatar to grow 3.9% on buoyant non-oil
High public investment will continue to underpin Qatari economic growth specially in the non-hydrocarbon sector....
 

  
Wed Jul 27, 2016| 21-شوال-1437هـ
KSA eyes global push to stamp out terrorism
Al Bashir hails Qatar's role in achieving peace in Darfur
Etihad, partners to pump $10.7bn into US economy
Iran insists that Boeing, Airbus deals will go ahead
UN aid chief urges Security Council to push Aleppo aid access
23 killed in attacks across Baghdad
5 soldiers killed at border, 2 pilots die in Yemen crash
UAE VP, Montenegro PM talk ties
Arab summit slams terror waged in name of Islam
No curb on male domestic workers from Bangladesh
Kuwait keen on pushing ahead joint Arab action - FM
Qatar to grow 3.9% on buoyant non-oil
Strategic investments 'key for oil sector growth'
Yemeni Pres. calls for abidance by GCC initiative, UN resolutions to achieve peace
Amir warns regional conflicts affect development, stability
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