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No peace deal in Yemen as long as Houthi militias exist: Al-Assiri
Coalition spokesperson Maj. Gen. Ahmed Al-Assiri said that the alliance will not accept any peace agreement in Yemen before disbanding the armed wing of the Houthi militias...
Syria talks very difficult with bombs falling: UN envoy
The UN envoy for Syria said Thursday there was little prospect of an imminent restart of negotiations to try to end the raging conflict...
Israel worried over US-GCC arms deal
The United States began notifying lawmakers that it has approved $ 7 billion in long-stalled sales of Boeing Co fighter jets to Kuwait and Qatar, and more than $ 1 billion in Lockheed Martin Corp jets to Bahrain, sources familiar with the..
Crown Prince, Turkish PM discuss regional issues; labor accord signed
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Naif, and Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim discussed regional issues with special reference to Syria and Iraq in Ankara on Thursday...
State of Qatar backs legitimacy in Yemen
The State of Qatar yesterday renewed support for the return of legitimacy in Yemen as the only way to ensure its security, unity and stability...
Oman, Italy to enhance defence ties
Sayyid Badr bin Saud al Busaidy, Minister Responsible for Defence Affairs, received in his office at Muaskar Bait Al Falaj on Thursday Roberta Pinotti, Minister of Defence in Italy, currently visiting the Sultanate...
Kuwait calls for nuclear weapon-free Middle East
The State of Kuwait on Thursday reiterated the call for the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to exercise its mandate and implement the nuclear safeguards in the Middle East region...
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No peace deal in Yemen as long as Houthi militias exist: Al-Assiri
Kuwait calls for nuclear weapon-free Middle East
Qatar posts 30% jump in trade surplus to QR8.69bn in August
Strong US-Saudi ties will weather JASTA impact - Fahad Nazer
Iran, Russia sign 11 documents on drugs, medical equipments
Gulf Arab states warn of fallout from US Congress's Saudi 9/11 law
Israel worried over US-GCC arms deal
Obama defends Syria policy as battle rages on
OPEC sets output target at 32.5 - 33 mb/d
Prominent Americans label JASTA 'badly misguided legislation'
Syria talks very difficult with bombs falling: UN envoy
Why the US has most to lose from 9/11 law
Oman, Italy to enhance defence ties
State of Qatar backs legitimacy in Yemen
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