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US urges Iraq protect minorities
A senior US official has urged the Iraqi Government to take all possible action to safeguard "vulnerable communities" namely the Christians...
Yemen repatriates 8 Saudi Al-Qaeda suspects
Yemen has repatriated eight Saudis wanted for suspected links with Al-Qaeda in the second handover of its kind since February, said Interior Ministry spokesman Mansour Al-Turki on Thursday...
Iraq Shia militias make Sunni hit lists
Iraqi Shia militias have drawn up hit lists of suspected Sunni insurgents to be kidnapped, executed and hung in public, security and police officials said, raising the stakes in a sectarian war tearing the country apart...
US bomber in Syria came home before attack: NYT
The US suicide bomber who blew himself up at an army post in northwest Syria spent several months back home after training as a militant, the New York Times (NYT) reported Wednesday...
IS militants clash with Arabs, Kurds
The jihadist Islamic State (IS), which has taken over large swathes of war-torn Syria in just a few months, was yesterday engaged in fighting Kurds and members of a Sunni tribe...
PROs in the UAE clueless on new visa rules
The new system for visas and their respective fees starts today but service personnel dealing with this sector are in the dark about the changes...
Makkah governor orders confiscation of fake Qur'an copies 
Prince Mishaal bin Abdullah, governor of Makkah province, has ordered the confiscation of "perverted" copies of the Qur'an that are being sold in some malls and markets in Jeddah...
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Iraq Shia militias make Sunni hit lists
Mideast fund managers bullish on Saudi equities
US bomber in Syria came home before attack: NYT
Dubai Financial Market returns strong from the holidays
Yemen repatriates 8 Saudi Al-Qaeda suspects
GCC lighting market to grow 10% a year through 2018
Arab summit into bloodbath urged
Limited risk to health of well-capitalised Qatar banks, says EIU
Makkah governor orders confiscation of fake Qur'an copies 
Study: Yemen's support for oil derivatives exceeds health, education spending
Islamic State orders total cover-up for women
Qatar's 'water security project' deal signed
PROs in the UAE clueless on new visa rules
Delhi confirms Saudi ban on import of Indian pepper 
IS militants clash with Arabs, Kurds
KSE witnessed 3 slow major waves in Q1 in 2014
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