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Stop bloodshed in Syria: King Salman
Leaders and heads state of Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states started their 37th summit in Manama ‪on Tuesday evening‬ with a call for joint work to confront the challenges and threats facing the region...
US still an enemy: Rouhani
Iran's President Hassan Rouhani said on Tuesday that Congress's decision to renew US sanctions for 10 years would elicit a "harsh reaction" and proved the United States was still an enemy...
GCC leaders seek greater security and stability
HH the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani participated along with the leaders of the Gulf Co-operation Council (GCC) countries in the opening session of 37th GCC Supreme Council summit yesterday evening at Sakhir Palace in Manama, Bahrain...
I will only cede power to 'elected' president: Hadi
Yemeni President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi on Monday asked that deposed President Ali Abdullah Saleh and the Houthi rebels' head, Abdul Malik Al-Houthi, resign from political life and leave Yemen in exile to a country of their choice for 10 years...
Qatar calls for IAEA safeguards for Mideast N-facilities
Qatar has called for urgent implementation of the resolutions of international legitimacy on subjecting all nuclear facilities in the Middle East to the comprehensive IAEA safeguards, as an essential step for the establishment of a nuclear-free zone in the Middle East, which..
Kerry: Fall of Aleppo won't end war in Syria
US Secretary of State John Kerry warned Tuesday that even if Aleppo falls at the hands of the Assad regime the conflict in Syria will not end...
Riyadh court sentences 15 Iran 'spies' to death
Fifteen people who have been accused of spying for Iran were sentenced to death by the Specialized Criminal Court in Riyadh, local media reported on Tuesday...
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Stop bloodshed in Syria: King Salman
GCC keen on implementing leaders' resolutions - Al-Zayani
Kuwait keen on closer ties with human rights bodies - Al-Jarallah
'Knowledge best tool in fight against extremism'
Iraqi army targets Mosul bridge
I will only cede power to 'elected' president: Hadi
GCC Summit coincides with exceptional conditions - Bahrain King
Kerry: Fall of Aleppo won't end war in Syria
Tadawul closes at one-year high
Qatar calls for special UN session on Syria
No major rules changes needed for Aramco IPO
US still an enemy: Rouhani
JIAT: 'Unintentional mistake' led to airstrike on Yemeni hospital
Syrian army seizes key ground in Aleppo battle
Riyadh court sentences 15 Iran 'spies' to death
Qatar to spend QR46bn ($13bn) on mega projects in 2017
Investing in women: How gender parity makes economic sense
Jaya was out and out a pro-poor leader
Our troops in the south set new examples of bravery
What Aleppo's fall means for the region
NBK Report on oil markets
GCC Banking Sector Quarterly - 2Q16
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    GRC Analysis
The Benefits of NATO-GCC Strategic Ties
The GCC and the EU's New Global Strategy
For the GCC States, a different Europe to deal with
    GRC Commentary
Climate COP 22 in Marrakech Important for the Region
Earth Day 2016: The Promised Day
An Evolving Saudi-US Relationship
    GRC Press Release
Gulf Research Center press releases to the media
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Sustainable Development Goals: Challenges and Opportunities for the GCC Countries
Salalah: The Economic Development and Spatial Fragmentation of a Globalized Port City in Southern Oman
Domestic Ramifications of the JCPOA for Iran
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