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Bahrain opposition head rejects charges as trial opens
Bahraini Shiite opposition chief Sheikh Ali Salman, in custody for allegedly trying to overthrow the kingdom's Sunni regime, rejected the charge as his trial opened Wednesday, a judicial source said....
 

Saudi, US position on Iran N-crisis unchanged
Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman and US President Barack Obama tackled a range of sensitive regional issues Tuesday during Obama's visit to Riyadh....
 

Syria, rebels urged to unite to fight terrorism
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov urged the Syrian opposition and representatives of the Damascus government on Wednesday to join forces to combat the threat of terrorism....
 

Judge rules to reopen Al-Watan daily, but govt objects
A judge presiding over emergency matters yesterday ruled that Al- Watan newspaper should be reopened and all procedures withdrawing its commercial and media licences should be suspended until the administrative court has ruled on the...
 

Massive destruction in Kobani after Kurds win
Rubble strewn streets, gutted buildings: The ferocious battle for the Syrian border town of Kobani has wrought massive destruction, according to a team of AFP journalists who arrived on the scene Wednesday....
 

Qatar reaffirms relations with GCC countries
Qatar has affirmed its fraternal relations with neighbouring GCC states and said yesterday that one of the major challenges its foreign policy has faced in the past three years has been the international community's failure...
 

After battle, Iraqis want government help to rebuild
Qusay Mahmud Ali returned to find his house north of the Iraqi capital burned, what appeared to be bomb-making material left behind and a noose hanging from a nearby building....
 

Bahrain keen to forge security links with Pakistan : PM
Bahrain is very keen to forge security links with Pakistan to help promote global stability, said the Premier yesterday....
 

Qatar, UAE, Oman face highest incidence of diabetes by 2035
Between 2013 and 2035, the countries with the highest growth in the incidence of diabetes will be Qatar, the UAE and Oman, according to a new report by International Diabetes Federation (IDF)....
 

Iran says to pursue Israel's Golan raid through 'diplomatic channels'
The Iranian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman has condemned as "state terrorism" Israel's recent airstrike that killed a top Iranian commander in Syria's Golan Heights, saying the Islamic Republic will pursue the matter through diplomatic channels....
 

Saudi women victims in 45% of domestic violence cases
Women were the victims in 45 percent of domestic violence cases filed with the Ministry of Justice over the past 15 months, sources said recently....
 

  

Saudi banks grow despite economic threat
In spite a slowdown in world economy, the performance of Saudi banks remained sound in 2014....
 

Abu Dhabi economic growth to slow in 2015, says Moody's
Abu Dhabi's economic growth will slow to below three per cent in 2015 due to lower oil prices. However, the emirate's prudent economic policies will mitigate any negative impact of lower global crude prices, says...
 

Qatar's UK investments touch £30bn
With investment worth an estimated £30bn in the UK, Qatar is looking to further expand its stakes in Britain....
 

Shell signs $11bn deal to build petrochemicals plant in Iraqi hub Basra
Royal Dutch Shell has signed a deal with Iraq worth $ 11bn to build a petrochemicals plant in the southern oil hub of Basra, Industry Minister Nasser al-Esawi said yesterday....
 

Oman, India tourism pact
India yesterday decided to enter into a pact with Oman to strengthen the mutual cooperation between the two countries in the field of tourism....
 

Kuwait's landmarks feature in Spain tourism fair
Kuwait is participating in the 35th International Tourism Trade Fair (FITUR 2015) in Spain as part of the country's efforts to shed light on its historical, archaeological and architectural landmarks, a tourism official said Wednesday....
 

UAE pharma spend to hit Dh5 billion by 2020
A recent Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry study released on the sidelines of the Arab Health Exhibition and Congress 2015 indicates that consumer expenditure on pharmaceutical products, medical appliances and equipment in the UAE...
 

Iran urges expansion of D-8 trade ties
Members of the D-8 Organization for Economic Cooperation should increase joint investment and show strong collective determination to boost trade ties, Iran’s minister of industries, mines and trade said on Wednesday....
 

  
Fri Jan 30, 2015| 09-ربيع ثاني-1436هـ
Saudi, US position on Iran N-crisis unchanged
UAE, Canada discuss ways to boost trade
Bahrain opposition head rejects charges as trial opens
Saudi average oil output forecast at 9.6 mbpd in 2015
Syria, rebels urged to unite to fight terrorism
Oman, India tourism pact
Judge rules to reopen Al-Watan daily, but govt objects
Kuwait's landmarks feature in Spain tourism fair
Massive destruction in Kobani after Kurds win
After battle, Iraqis want government help to rebuild
Qatar, UAE, Oman face highest incidence of diabetes by 2035
Tadawul: Petchems, banks surge again on strong volume 
Saudi women victims in 45% of domestic violence cases
UAE to issue new rules to regulate drones
Bahrain keen to forge security links with Pakistan : PM
Iran says to pursue Israel's Golan raid through 'diplomatic channels'
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