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US-led air strikes in Syria kill 553 in first month
Air strikes by the US-led coalition in Syria have killed 553 people since their launch a month ago, the vast majority of them jihadists, a monitoring group said on Thursday....
 

Military vows to protect Kingdom 
Crown Prince Salman, deputy premier and minister of defense, on Wednesday praised the armed forces for defending the country and Islam's holiest sites in the Kingdom....
 

Shia rebels, Qaeda fight bloody battle in Yemen
Al Qaeda militants and Shia rebels have fought a bloody battle in central Yemen, tribal sources said yesterday, amid fears of worsening sectarian tension in the impoverished country....
 

Iraqi Kurds to send fighters to Kobane
Lawmakers in Iraq's largely autonomous Kurdish region voted yesterday to authorise sending Kurdish fighters known as peshmerga to help defend the embattled town of Kobane in Syria, where fellow Kurds are facing an onslaught by...
 

Iranian human rights lawyer stages protest
Human rights lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh said yesterday that she would protest outside the Iranian Bar Association offices in Tehran until it reversed a decision to ban her from practicing law for three years....
 

GCC plans changes in school curricula to fight extremism
The GCC states are mulling making suitable changes to their school curricula to prevent youth from being influenced by religious extremism and sectarian movements....
 

Qatar reports second MERS case in 10 days
A 43-year old Qatari has tested positive for MERS - Middle East Respiratory Syndrome - in the second confirmed case of the deadly virus in 10 days....
 

Saudi remains world's leading UN aid donor
The Kingdom remains the leading donor of humanitarian aid to the United Nations, a leading official from the multilateral body said Wednesday....
 

35 people killed, 78 others injured in two bombs in Baghdad
At least 35 people were killed and 78 others, including 7 women and 8 policemen, injured in two bombs in Baghdad, said security sources on Wednesday....
 

Kuwait, Iraq speakers pleased at talks
Kuwaiti and Iraqi parliament speakers on Wednesday voiced satisfaction with the outcomes of their talks held at the National Assembly (parliament), with several MPs from both sides attending....
 

UAE and UK agree to confront ISIS threat
The UAE-UK Taskforce held wide-ranging talks on issues of mutual concern like the electronic visa waiver scheme for Emiratis, developments in the region including the threat posed by the ISIS and increasing bilateral trade...
 

  

Saudi Arabia's ACWA Power shifts toward renewable energy
Saudi Arabia-based power and water project developer ACWA Power is seeking to secure or arranging finance for $ 15 billion worth of projects, nearly half of which are in renewable energy, its CEO said....
 

Opec needs oil cut of at least 500,000 bpd: Libya official
Opec should cut its oil output by at least 500,000 bpd, a Libyan oil official said, to tackle oversupply and support prices that have slid to a four-year low....
 

UAE set for third largest aviation market by 2018
The Middle East will lead the world for the international freight volume in the next five years and the UAE will be third largest market by 2018 after US and China, according to the International...
 

Qatar inflation may be 'highest' in GCC
Increasing pressure within Qatar's housing market is a major concern and the country's inflation is expected to be 'the highest' in the Gulf region, according to Standard Chartered Bank....
 

Net income ratio for Kuwaitis at 72.1pct: Statistics Bureau
A recent census carried out by the Kuwait Central Statistical Bureau revealed a net income ratio for Kuwaiti nationals of 72.1pct while non-Kuwaitis receive 91.4pct....
 

Oman's first wind power plant to help reduce energy subsidies
An agreement was signed between Oman's Rural Areas Electricity Company (RAECO) and Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company (Masdar) on Wednesday to build the first wind energy power plant in Oman....
 

Gulf markets rally further on solid 3rd quarter results
Most stock markets in the Middle East continued to recover from last week’s sharp declines yesterday thanks to generally strong third-quarter earnings and a supportive global environment....
 

DP World welcomes first vessel to new terminal
DP World has welcomed the first scheduled vessel to call at its new Container Terminal 3 in Jebel Ali, Dubai, as it gears up to serve customers at the state-of-the-art facility....
 

  
Thu Oct 23, 2014| 28-ذو الحجة-1435هـ
Military vows to protect Kingdom 
Saudi Arabia's ACWA Power shifts toward renewable energy
Shia rebels, Qaeda fight bloody battle in Yemen
Opec needs oil cut of at least 500,000 bpd: Libya official
Iraqi Kurds to send fighters to Kobane
Qatar inflation may be 'highest' in GCC
Iranian human rights lawyer stages protest
Net income ratio for Kuwaitis at 72.1pct: Statistics Bureau
GCC plans changes in school curricula to fight extremism
Oman's first wind power plant to help reduce energy subsidies
Qatar reports second MERS case in 10 days
Gulf markets rally further on solid 3rd quarter results
Saudi remains world's leading UN aid donor
DP World welcomes first vessel to new terminal
35 people killed, 78 others injured in two bombs in Baghdad
UAE set for third largest aviation market by 2018
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