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Yemen talks to focus on shaky truce
UN-backed peace talks to end Yemen's civil war resumed on Wednesday after they were suspended by the Yemeni government for three days in protest at a Houthi assault on a military base near the capital Sanaa...
Turkey 'could send' ground troops into Syria
Turkey is ready to send ground forces into Syria to tackle Daesh militants if need be, Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said, as two more rockets fired by the group struck a border town...
Daesh seeks news blackout in Mosul as army nears
For Iraqis living in the Daesh stronghold of Mosul, news is dwindling about the US-backed army massing to the south for an assault on the city that could begin this year...
Iranian commander threatens to close Strait of Hormuz to US
The deputy commander of Iran's Revolutionary Guard said Iranian forces will close the strategic Strait of Hormuz to the United States and its allies if they "threaten" the country, Iranian state media reported on Wednesday...
New Nitaqat under Vision 2030
The government plans a new set of labor quotas and incentives to reduce unemployment as it tries to wean its economy off oil exports, said Mufrej Al-Haqabani, labor minister...
Arab League vows 'international justice' for Aleppo crimes
The Arab League said yesterday it will strive to ensure that all of those behind mounting violence in the war-ravaged Syrian city of Aleppo face "international justice"...
Qaeda threatens attacks on homes of Yemeni forces
Al-Qaeda in Yemen threatened Wednesday to target the homes of officers and soldiers who took part in a government offensive that drove militants out of key areas...
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Turkey 'could send' ground troops into Syria
Yemen talks to focus on shaky truce
UAE-Qatar joint investment to rise
Al-Jubeir denies KSA threatened to pull out US investments
Arab League vows 'international justice' for Aleppo crimes
Don't blame our sanctions, US tells nervous Iran investors
Daesh seeks news blackout in Mosul as army nears
King: Educate new generations about our history
Paris to host Saudi, Qatar, UAE, Turkey FMs for Syria talks Monday
Start transition by Aug. 1 or else: Kerry warns Assad
First independent Chinese refiner trades DME Oman crude oil
Vision 2030 spurs overseas investor interest in Saudi plans
UAE voices deep concern over increasing incidents of targeting civilians in Syria
Qatar seeks to raise up to $5 billion from a planned bond sale
Iranian commander threatens to close Strait of Hormuz to US
New Nitaqat under Vision 2030
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