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Slow progress in N-talks worries IAEA
The UN nuclear watchdog is concerned about Iran's current lack of engagement with an investigation into its suspected atomic bomb research, ahead of a deadline next month for Tehran to step up cooperation, diplomatic sources...
 

Qatar Emir meets Saudi king to discuss Gaza fighting
HH the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani yesterday met with the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz al-Saud of Saudi Arabia at the Royal Palace in Jeddah....
 

Federal National Council okays tough anti-terror bill
The Federal National Council (FNC) has approved a landmark draft law to prevent and combat terrorist activities in the country and the region at large....
 

Bahraini opposition group challenges suspension
Bahrain's main Shia Muslim opposition group has launched a legal challenge against the government's decision to suspend its activities, the group said yesterday....
 

Pro-opposition TV, daily shut down in Kuwait
Kuwait said it had revoked the licences of pro-opposition Al Youm television and Alam Al Youm newspaper and ordered them to shut down immediately yesterday....
 

Saudi women to take part in municipal polls 
The Council of Ministers has approved legislation that would allow Saudi women to vote and stand as candidates in upcoming municipal council elections....
 

AQAP moves for 'emirate' in east Yemen
Yemen's Al Qaeda wing has ordered men and women in the east to obey its strict interpretation of Islamic law, saying it aimed to set up an emirate in the remote area, local media and...
 

Syrian opposition coalition dissolves interim govt
The Syrian National Coalition (SNC) opposition members said on Tuesday it had voted to force out its "interim government" and form a new one within a month....
 

Tribe wants to meet Kuwaiti Amir after citizenships revoked
The Ajman tribe, one of the largest bedouin tribes in Kuwait, decided after a meeting late Monday night to send a delegation to HH the Amir to discuss the government’s decision to revoke the citizenship...
 

27 Iraqis killed in series of blasts in capital
Twenty seven Iraqis were killed and 77 wounded in a series of bombings, most notably a suicide bomber at a checkpoint in the Kadhmiya city in northern Baghdad on Tuesday....
 

Coronavirus found in air sample near Jeddah camel barn
Researchers in Saudi Arabia said on Tuesday they have found genetic traces of the deadly Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) coronavirus in the air of a barn that housed a sick camel in Jeddah....
 

  

Saudi Arabia to open $ 530bn bourse to foreigners in early 2015
Saudi Arabia plans to open its stock market to direct investment by foreign financial institutions in the first half of next year, the market regulator said....
 

Dubai Int'l to remain world's busiest for at least a decade
Dubai International Airport is expected to maintain its position as the world's busiest airport in terms of international passengers at the end of 2014 and afterwards for at least a decade as its year-on-year growth...
 

Rail, port projects in Oman to boost income
Oman wants to develop railways to diversify sources of income and develop the Omani ports to make them competitive and contribute towards the gross domestic product....
 

Doha Insurance H1 net profit jumps 50% to QR54mn
Driven by income from solid underwriting and investments, Doha Insurance has posted a 50% increase in its half yearly net profit to QR54mn, compared with QR36mn in H1, 2013....
 

South Korea's Iran crude oil imports in June up 7.4% y/y
Data on South Korea's crude oil imports from Iran rose 7.4 percent in June from a year earlier, while the country’s total crude oil imports fell 5.2 percent year on year to 73.3 million barrels...
 

Gold trading expansion to spur demand in Saudi Arabia
The Middle East will take a bigger share of gold demand as buyers from Kuwait to Saudi Arabia to the United Arab Emirates diversify investments and Dubai nears offering a contract for immediate delivery bullion....
 

UAE among top three in mobile banking adoption
The UAE ranks as one of the world's top three countries in mobile banking adoption, according to a new global SAP study on technology in banking....
 

The Big 5 Kuwait announces dates for its second edition
Kuwait’s construction sector has witnessed remarkable growth at a steady pace, driven by the announcement of several infrastructure projects in recent times....
 

  
Wed Jul 23, 2014| 25-رمضان-1435هـ
Qatar Emir meets Saudi king to discuss Gaza fighting
Saudi Arabia to open $ 530bn bourse to foreigners in early 2015
Bahraini opposition group challenges suspension
Dubai Int'l to remain world's busiest for at least a decade
Federal National Council okays tough anti-terror bill
Rail, port projects in Oman to boost income
Pro-opposition TV, daily shut down in Kuwait
Doha Insurance H1 net profit jumps 50% to QR54mn
Saudi women to take part in municipal polls 
South Korea's Iran crude oil imports in June up 7.4% y/y
Slow progress in N-talks worries IAEA
Gold trading expansion to spur demand in Saudi Arabia
AQAP moves for 'emirate' in east Yemen
UAE among top three in mobile banking adoption
Syrian opposition coalition dissolves interim govt
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