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Fears grow for civilians in strife-hit Syria, Iraq
International concern mounted on Saturday for civilians caught up in fighting in Syria and Iraq as US-backed forces pressed simultaneous offensives against the Daesh extremist group in both countries...
Bahrain FM highlights significance of French peace initiative
Bahraini Foreign Minister Sheikh Khaled bin Ahmad Al Khalifa called on the Arab countries to coordinate their stances towards the French initiative for peace in the Middle East...
Shoura sits on proposal for 8 years
The Shoura Council has not yet decided on a proposal submitted about eight years ago to reduce various charges for recruitment of domestic workers, farmers and herdsmen...
Khamenei warns of West 'schemes' as new MPs meet
Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei urged newly-elected lawmakers on Saturday to resist "schemes" from the West as parliamentarians met in Tehran for the first time since elections finished in April...
Yemeni negotiators nearing principles of peaceful solution - UN envoy
UN Secretary General's Special Envoy for Yemen Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed said Saturday the negotiating teams of the three main stakeholders in Yemen are close to agreement on a specific set of principles for a comprehensive peaceful settlement...
GCC backs Vladimir Putin's anti-terror front
The fourth round of strategic dialogue between GCC foreign ministers and their Russian counterpart took place in Moscow on Thursday...
Daesh seizes 6 villages; scores trapped
Militants of the Daesh group on Friday seized a string of villages from Syrian rebels near the Turkish border in rapid advances that forced the evacuation of a hospital and trapped tens of thousands of people amid heavy fighting, Syrian opposition activists..
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GCC and Russia favor quick end to Syria war
Russia can play role in fighting terror: Al-Jubeir
Deputy FM optimistic about reaching comprehensive agreement for Yemeni crisis
KSA aid to Iraq held up in Baghdad
Khamenei calls for vigilance against West's 'soft war'
Bahrain jails 19 Shias for attacks on police
Arab coalition in Yemen: We respect humanitarian rights
Qatar stuns Mideast debt market with record $9 billion bond
Kuwait's top opposition group ends polls boycott
Iran, Australia to boost co-op in water sector
US-backed forces battle IS in Syria and key Iraqi city
UAE to be most innovative country by 2021
Saudi offers more oil to Asian clients ahead of Opec meeting
Turkish foreign minister calls for 'new Syria'
Kuwait to ink $1 bln contract with Salini, Limak for Mutlaa
Syrians risk 'starving'
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Germany and France hold back Nato, EU ambitions in Libya
Refusing to relent
Iran behaves the way it does because the US allows it to
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