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60 killed in Aleppo strikes
A wave of airstrikes and shelling killed more than 60 people in less than 24 hours in the northern Syrian city of Aleppo, monitors and activists said Thursday...
'Mukalla liberation stern message to terror sponsors in Yemen'
The liberation of the strategic city of Mukalla is a stern warning to all those who support terrorism in Yemen, the Arab Coalition to restore legitimacy in Yemen affirmed today...
Biden visits Iraq for talks with officials, show of support
US Vice President Joe Biden met Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi in an unannounced visit to Baghdad on Thursday to show support for the government as it builds on wins against Islamic State amid the distractions of a political crisis...
Qatar key to boosting Turkey-GCC ties
Turkey is looking at Qatar as a cornerstone of developing relations with other GCC states and both countries are working together to take bilateral relations to new heights, visiting Turkish Prime Minister Dr Ahmet Davutoglu said yesterday...
Prince Saud was a far-sighted diplomat, says Adel Al-Jubeir
Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir stated that as a far-sighted foreign minister, the late Prince Saud Al-Faisal had left an outstanding example and legacy to world diplomacy. Prince Saud spent four decades serving the Kingdom and the world with the utmost devotion and..
Bahrain jails 8 people for life over 'terrorism'
A Bahraini court has sentenced eight people to life in jail after convicting them of terrorism and violence against security forces in two separate cases, authorities said...
Qatar, Turkey sign defence co-operation agreement
Qatar and Turkey signed a co-operation agreement in the military field yesterday following a round of official talks chaired by HE the Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa al-Thani and the visiting Turkish Prime Minister Dr..
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60 killed in Aleppo strikes
Turkey keen on trade deal with Qatar, GCC
Kuwaiti MPs: No human rights violations and no political prisoners in GCC
GCC banking sector enters new paradigm
Biden visits Iraq for talks with officials, show of support
Dubai most connected city in the world
'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
Bahrain declared free of Coronavirus
KNPC signs KD 1.2 bn loan for fuels project
Qatar, Turkey sign defence co-operation agreement
Shoura to question health minister on 'failures'
Bahrain jails 8 people for life over 'terrorism'
War on poachers: Kenya to stamp out ivory trade
Swearing before swearing-in
Reforms can be a game changer
Iran should focus on bread and butter
Saudi Vision 2030
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