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Oman supports intآ'l coalition against terrorism
Oman on Tuesday supported the international coalition against terrorism and extremism, while blaming Israel for stalemate of the Middle East peace process....
 

Bahrain warns of legal action against calls to boycott polls
Bahrain has warned of legal action against calls to boycott parliamentary and municipal elections to be held at the end of November....
 

Yemenis protest to press for Houthi withdrawal
Hundreds took to the streets of Yemen's capital yesterday for the second protest this week demanding that Houthi rebels who seized control of Sana'a leave....
 

Iran pledges equipment for Lebanon army
Iran is to offer equipment to the Lebanese army to bolster its battle against jihadist extremists, a senior Iranian official said on a visit to Beirut yesterday....
 

ISIS could use nuclear arms against UK: May
ISIS could acquire nuclear and biological weapons to launch attacks on Britain, the Home Secretary warned on Tuesday as she set out new measures to clamp down on extremist groups....
 

MERS raises its ugly head again
An expat in Taif has been infected with the MERS coronavirus, the Health Ministry reported on Tuesday....
 

Two terror cell suspects were trained by ISIS, says witness
A prosecution witness against 15 men accused of joining and funding terrorist organisations on Tuesday testified that two Emiratis were trained by the ISIS while in Syria....
 

UK Air Force conducts 1st airstrikes of Iraq mission
The Royal Air Force (RAF) Tornado GR4 aircraft have been in action over Iraq in the fight against the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL)....
 

Absconders must be reported in 10 days, says ministry
Sponsors are now required to report employees who run away or leave work within 10 days, not within three months as was the case earlier....
 

ISIL militants advance in N. Syria - SHOR
The Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) have crushed the Kurd defenses in the rural areas around Ayn Al-Arab city, known in Kurdish as Kobani, near Syria's borders with Turkey on Tuesday....
 

Qatar saw hard days before prosperity, FM tells US varsity
Qatar's journey to fame and fortune and as the world's top liquefied natural gas (LNG) exporter has not been without struggle, says the Foreign Minister....
 

  

Gulf needs non-oil tradable sector: IMF
The Gulf Co-operation Council (GCC) countries have to create a dynamic non-oil tradable sector to support sustainable growth as the main hurdle facing diversification efforts in the region is from market failures rather than government...
 

52% express confidence in UAE's banking system: Survey
Majority of UAE residents surveyed by compareit4me.com, a UAE-based finance comparison website, said they put their money in local banks....
 

Qatar's economy sees 5.7% growth in second quarter
Qatar's economy has grown 5.7% year-on-year on an inflation-adjusted basis in the second quarter of this year, mainly propelled by a double-digit expansion in the non-hydrocarbon sector, official data show....
 

Gulf stocks post strong gains despite oil slump
Stock markets in the energy-rich Gulf surged in the third quarter after a generally weaker April-June period, to accumulate healthy gains for the first nine months....
 

KPC partakes in APPEC oil Conference in Singapore
Kuwait Petroleum Corporation has announced that its marketing department is partaking in the Asia-Pacific Petroleum Conference (APPEC), which kicked off in Singapore Tuesday....
 

Iran extends electricity export deal with Iraq
Iran has extended electricity export deal with Iraq by the end of 2014....
 

Etihad Rail to launch next phase of UAE railway network
The Phase 2 project will connect the Mussafah port and industrial area and ports in Abu Dhabi and Dubai with the Saudi and Omani borders....
 

FOA: Clashes in Yemen deepening food security problem
The United Nation Food and Agricultural Organization ( FAO) has warned that rising political conflicts and chaos in Yemen threaten the already deteriorated food security in the country....
 

  
Thu Oct 2, 2014| 07-ذو الحجة-1435هـ
Bahrain warns of legal action against calls to boycott polls
Gulf needs non-oil tradable sector: IMF
Oman supports intآ'l coalition against terrorism
52% express confidence in UAE's banking system: Survey
Yemenis protest to press for Houthi withdrawal
Qatar's economy sees 5.7% growth in second quarter
Iran pledges equipment for Lebanon army
Gulf stocks post strong gains despite oil slump
Iran extends electricity export deal with Iraq
ISIS could use nuclear arms against UK: May
Etihad Rail to launch next phase of UAE railway network
MERS raises its ugly head again
FOA: Clashes in Yemen deepening food security problem
UK Air Force conducts 1st airstrikes of Iraq mission
Two terror cell suspects were trained by ISIS, says witness
KPC partakes in APPEC oil Conference in Singapore
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