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Al Qaeda being defeated: Saudi
Adviser to the Saudi Defence Minister and Spokesman for the Saudi-led Coalition to Support Legitimacy in Yemen Brigadier General Ahmed Hassan Asseri said that the Saudi-led operation is stabilising the country and defeating Al Qaeda...
Rohani allies hope to do well in Iran run-off polls
Iranians voted on Friday in second round elections for almost a quarter of parliament's seats, the latest political showdown between reformist and conservative politicians seeking to influence the country's future...
Global response on Syria 'shameful': UN rights chief
Major powers backing warring sides in Syria appear to have become "accomplices" in the bloodshed, the UN rights chief said Friday, blasting as "shameful" the failure to pursue justice for victims in the war-ravaged country...
Daesh running short of cash
Daesh earns millions of dollars a month running car dealerships and fish farms in Iraq, making up for lower oil income after its battlefield losses, Iraqi judicial authorities said on Thursday...
Kingdom's future 'is in safe hands'
On the first anniversary of their appointments Friday, citizens and expatriates hailed Crown Prince Mohammed bin Naif and Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for their efforts to steer the country onto a path of stability and prosperity...
Kuwait steps up deportations of expat workers: report
Kuwait has stepped up deportations of expatriate workers this year, a newspaper in the Gulf emirate reported on Friday, with most expelled for outstaying their residency permits but others sent home for traffic offences...
Bahrain arrests 11 suspects in Karbabad terrorist attack - Interior Min.
The Bahraini Interior Ministry announced on Friday the arrest of suspects in the Karbabad terrorist attack that took place earlier this month killing a policeman...
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60 killed in Aleppo strikes
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'Mukalla liberation stern message to terror sponsors in Yemen'
Iran resumes electricity exports to Basra
Qatar key to boosting Turkey-GCC ties
UAE confident of youth power, asserts minister
UN Humanitarian chief urges UNSC to end violence in Syria
Asia's Iran oil imports surge 50% in March
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KNPC signs KD 1.2 bn loan for fuels project
Qatar, Turkey sign defence co-operation agreement
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