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French Interior Minister vows to block 'Jihad' volunteers for Syria
French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve on Wednesday outlined a comprehensive plan to prevent and/or punish nationals volunteering to fight in the so-called "Jihad" against the regime of Bashar Al-Assad in Syria....
 

Mohammed, Michel witness arms deals
Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum met on Tuesday Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff. He also held talks with Vice-President of Brazil...
 

Iran MPs seek inquiry into jail assaults
Iran's official news agency says seven lawmakers have demanded a probe into alleged beatings of several political prisoners held at Tehran's Evin prison....
 

Barrak claims billions in Kuwaiti public funds siphoned off
Coordinator of the Opposition Coalition and former MP Musallam Al-Barrak revealed during an interview on Al-Youm satellite channel that a former senior official's cash holdings swelled from $ 235 million in June 2007 to...
 

Amnesty urges Qatar to protect migrant workers
Amnesty International has called upon Qatari authorities to "urgently remove provisions in the Labour Law which deny labour rights to domestic and some other workers."...
 

MERS: Fakieh assures transparency
Labor Minister Adel Fakieh, who has been appointed acting Health Minister, visited on Tuesday King Fahd Hospital in Jeddah to check on the coronavirus cases as the death toll from Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS)...
 

UN, Arab League oppose Syrian poll plan
The United Nations and the Arab League have warned that holding a presidential election while civil war rages will only obstruct international efforts to resolve the conflict....
 

Five people killed, 13 injured in Baghdad blast
Five people were killed in a bomb explosion at a marketplace in the Iraqi capital on Tuesday....
 

Syria's chemical weapons wild card: chlorine gas
Chlorine gas attacks in Syria this month, if proven, expose a major loophole in an international deal which promised to remove chemical weapons from Syria and suggest chemical warfare could persist after the removal operation...
 

Hollande lauds Saudi Arabia for Haj management
French President Francois Hollande lauded Saudi Arabia for shouldering a herculean task of hosting nearly three million Haj pilgrims every year and rendering them the best ever services and facilities....
 

Arab League condemns Israeli transgressions against Al-Aqsa Mosque
The Arab League denounced Tuesday the continued Israeli transgressions against Al-Aqsa Mosque, the Muslim's third holiest worship place, in East Jerusalem....
 

  

Pakistan must cope with rapid changes in Saudi Arabia: Minister
Pakistan's Minister for Trade and Commerce Khurram Dastgir, who came to Saudi Arabia with a 20-member delegation recently, has sought to facilitate his country's engagement with the Arab world's biggest economy which 'has expanded at...
 

Emaar first quarter profit climbs 55%
The robust growth of Dubai's economy and its status as a safe haven for investments helped boost Emaar Properties' net profit more than 55 per cent for the first quarter of 2014 compared to the...
 

Non-hydrocarbon sector set to account for 57.2% of Qatar GDP in 2016: QNB
Driven by large investments in the infrastructure, real estate and transport sectors, Qatar’s non-hydrocarbon sector is set to see rapid growth with its share projected to increase to 57.2% of GDP in 2016 from 49.9%...
 

Top speakers set for refining, petchem forum in Bahrain
High-level government officials and industry leaders have confirmed their participation in the 9th Middle East Refining and Petrochemicals Conference & Exhibition (Middle East Petrotech 2014) being held from May 18-21 in Bahrain with the support...
 

Oman expects 5% growth with steady oil prices
Oman's economy should grow 4 to 5 percent this year, underpinned by stable oil prices and the billions of dollars spent on major projects in the past two years, the head of the Gulf country's...
 

Iran to complete gas export pipeline to Iraq by next 4 months: official
Iran will complete the construction of a 100-kilometer pipeline which is intended to transfer natural gas to Iraq by the next four months, the managing director of the Iranian Gas Engineering Development Company stated....
 

Kuwait relentlessly works to strengthen GCC trade relation: Mininster Al-Madaj
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Commerce and Industry Abdulmohsen Al-Madaj said Kuwait eyeing and is working for full economic integration among Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) member states....
 

Hotel show to rev up $ 1.3b market
The hospitality sector in Saudi Arabia is set to grow on a steady average of 2.5 percent year-on-year between now and 2017 and this week sees the industry bring the very latest products and solutions...
 

  
Wed Apr 23, 2014| 22-جماد ثاني-1435هـ
UN, Arab League oppose Syrian poll plan
Pakistan must cope with rapid changes in Saudi Arabia: Minister
Iran MPs seek inquiry into jail assaults
Oman expects 5% growth with steady oil prices
Barrak claims billions in Kuwaiti public funds siphoned off
Non-hydrocarbon sector set to account for 57.2% of Qatar GDP in 2016: QNB
Amnesty urges Qatar to protect migrant workers
Emaar first quarter profit climbs 55%
MERS: Fakieh assures transparency
Top speakers set for refining, petchem forum in Bahrain
Mohammed, Michel witness arms deals
Iran to complete gas export pipeline to Iraq by next 4 months: official
Five people killed, 13 injured in Baghdad blast
Consortium in $ 500m deal for National Petroleum Services
Turkey to boost electricity imports from Iran: energy minister
Syria's chemical weapons wild card: chlorine gas
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