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Mortar shells hit near Syrian parliament, kill 5
No one immediately claimed responsibility for the attack but Syrian rebels often fire mortar shells into government-controlled areas of Damascus....
 

30 'Al-Qaeda' suspects dead in Yemen drone strike
A drone strike in south Yemen killed at least 30 suspected Al-Qaeda militants on Sunday, the latest in an intensified aerial campaign in the country, a tribal chief said....
 

Successful nations extend their hands to all:Mohammed
The Vice-President arrived early morning on Sunday at Mexico City Airport starting a two-day visit to Mexico....
 

Iran N-draft talks next month
Iran and world powers will begin work drafting a long-term settlement of Iran's disputed nuclear programme at expert-level talks in New York next month, the official state news agency IRNA reported yesterday....
 

Saudi King named Cultural Personality of the Year
Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah has been chosen for the Zayed Book Award's Cultural Personality for 2014. The announcement was made by Ali bin Tamim, secretary-general of the award, during a press...
 

Syrian president visits recaptured Christian town
Syrian President Bashar Al Assad yesterday visited an ancient Christian town recaptured from rebels last week, state media said, as he seeks to persuade minorities that the government is their best protection against hardline Islamists....
 

Attacks kill at least 15 people in Iraq
A series of attacks, including a coordinated assault on a private Shiite college in Baghdad, killed at least 15 people and wounded nearly 50 others in Iraq on Sunday, officials said....
 

Qaradawi tries to soothe Gulf rift
A Qatar-based Islamic scholar whose fiery sermons strained ties between Doha and its neighbors sent a conciliatory message to countries he has criticized in an apparent attempt to help end a rift between the Gulf...
 

Kuwaiti newspapers closed for breaking media blackout
The Ministry of Information announced yesterday that a judicial order was issued to close the Al-Watan and Alam Al-Youm newspapers for two weeks for violating a ban on news regarding the 'conspiracy videotape'....
 

Saudi Arabia firm against terrorism, says Saud
Minister of Foreign Affairs Prince Saud Al-Faisal has reiterated that Saudi Arabia is "steady and firm" in its stance against terrorism....
 

Iranian women 'not second class citizens'
Iran's President Hassan Rowhani admitted Sunday that women in his country still face discrimination and cultural barriers but he insisted they are not universally treated as second-class citizens....
 

  

Locally manufactured Zamil 602 vessel commences operations
Naim Ibrahim Al-Naim, director of King Abdulaziz Port, has inaugurated its locally manufactured Zamil 602 vessel at its shipyard at King Abdulaziz Port in Dammam....
 

Dubai shares rally on MSCI bet
The Dubai Financial Market (DFM) General Index, the best performing market index so far this year, surged the most in two weeks on Sunday to cross the 4,800 mark....
 

GCC economies expected to grow 4.4% in 2014
Economic growth in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) region will remain largely influenced by oil prices and supply dynamics in the oil industry....
 

Qatar to top GCC growth, with infrastructure projects, domestic consumption
Boosted by large infrastructure projects and domestic consumption, Qatar is expected to lead in terms of growth among GCC countries, growing at 6% in 2014, Alkhabeer Capital has said in an economic review....
 

CBK Governor says economic reforms should be nat'l project
The Governor of the Central Bank of Kuwait (CBK) Dr. Mohammad Al-Hashel said Sunday economic reforms in the Gulf country should be a national inclusive project consisting of "legislative and institutional" initiatives....
 

Saudi Arabia taps the sun to meet a third of its energy needs
Saudi Arabia plans to invest $ 109 billion to produce 41 gigawatts (GW) of solar energy by 2032, which is almost 30 percent of its total energy requirement by that time. Over the next two...
 

Zain sued for $ 4.5bn over Iraq telco acquisition
Zain is being sued for $ 4.5bn over its 2007 acquisition of an Iraqi telecom operator, the Kuwaiti firm said in a bourse statement yesterday....
 

Iran's oil production rises 65,000 bpd in March: report
Iran raised oil production by 65,000 barrels per day (bpd) in March from February, data compiled by Bloomberg showed....
 

  
Mon Apr 21, 2014| 20-جماد ثاني-1435هـ
Syrian president visits recaptured Christian town
Locally manufactured Zamil 602 vessel commences operations
30 'Al-Qaeda' suspects dead in Yemen drone strike
Dubai shares rally on MSCI bet
Successful nations extend their hands to all:Mohammed
GCC economies expected to grow 4.4% in 2014
Iran N-draft talks next month
Qatar to top GCC growth, with infrastructure projects, domestic consumption
Saudi King named Cultural Personality of the Year
CBK Governor says economic reforms should be nat'l project
Attacks kill at least 15 people in Iraq
Saudi Arabia taps the sun to meet a third of its energy needs
Qaradawi tries to soothe Gulf rift
Zain sued for $ 4.5bn over Iraq telco acquisition
Kuwaiti newspapers closed for breaking media blackout
DP World launches its largest container inspection facility
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