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Defeating IS online as crucial as on battlefield - Tillerson
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson Wednesday opened the first Trump Administration-hosted coalition meeting for the 68 international partners involved in fighting the so-called Islamic State (IS) by stressing that defeating the organization online is...

15 Islamic State members killed in Anbar
Iraqi joint forces have killed at least 15 Islamic State members at Karabla and Rawa districts in the western province of Anbar....

Zarif: Iran will resume nuclear work with 'greater' speed if U.S. violates deal
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif warned late on Monday that if the United States continues reneging on its commitments under the nuclear deal to the extent that Iran sees the keeping of the deal not...

All Syrian sides confirm will attend peace talks: UN
Syrian government and rebel delegations have confirmed their attendance at peace talks set to resume in Geneva this week, the United Nations said on Tuesday, despite renewed fighting around Damascus....

Israel doesn't believe in two-state solution: Qatar's UN representative
The State of Qatar stressed that Israel is an occupying power that does not believe in two-state solution and considers itself above the law and violates all international resolutions and laws, stressing that continuing the...

Kuwait to participate in anti-IS meeting in Washington
First Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Sheikh Sabah Khaled Al-Hamad Al-Sabah is to arrive in Washington D.C., USA on Wednesday to take part in the meeting of the Ministers of the Global Coalition on...

Iraq: Car bomb attack kills 13 in Baghdad
At least 13 people were killed and 16 others injured Monday evening a car laden with explosives went off in a crowded shopping area in the Iraqi capital of Baghdad, according to a police officer....

UN rejects Arab coalition's call to supervise Yemen port
The UN on Monday rejected the Saudi-led Arab coalition's request for the key Yemeni port of Al-Hodeida to be placed under its supervision....

33 dead in US-led raid on north Syria school: monitor
At least 33 people were killed in a US-led coalition strike on a school used as a centre for displaced people near a jihadist-held Syrian town, a monitor said Wednesday....

Iraq PM seeks to 'normalize relations' with Saudi Arabia
Iraq's prime minister, speaking on a high-level meeting to the US capital, has indicated that Baghdad seeks to "normalize" relations with Saudi Arabia....

Khamenei warns he will confront any interference in May election
Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei warned yesterday he would confront anyone trying to interfere in Iran's May presidential election, in which conservative hardliners will seek to defeat moderate President Hassan Rouhani....


Aramco plans $2bn bond debut
Saudi Arabian Oil Co. (Saudi Aramco ) is seeking to raise about $2 billion in its debut bond sale, the first step of a plan by the energy giant to tap markets for $10 billion,...

UAE is hotbed of creativity and innovation
The UAE particularly Dubai has been known globally as a hotbed of creativity and innovation with the emirate's audiovisual sector mainly driven by the development of digital technology....

Qatar's fiscal deficit projected to shrink further
Qatar's fiscal deficit is projected to fall to 5 percent of GDP or $8.7bn this year. The deficit is expected to shrink further through 2019 due to increasing hydrocarbon receipts and the ongoing consolidation of...

Oman's total credit grew 8.9% to OMR22b in January
Total credit extended by Omani banks, including Islamic financial institutions, grew by 8.9 per cent year-on-year to OMR22.1 billion by the end of January this year....

Industry, mining sectors attract over $8b foreign investment in 3.5 years
Industry and mining sectors have attracted over $8 billion foreign investment in the past three and half years, according to Mohsen Salehinia, Iranian deputy industry, mining and trade minister....

Opec mulls oil cut extension
Opec oil producers increasingly favour extending beyond June a pact on reducing crude supply to balance the market, sources within the group said, although Russia and other non-members need to remain part of the initiative....

Dubai starts desert solar plant as part of world's biggest park
Dubai's government-owned utility completed a 200-megawatt power plant one month ahead of schedule as part of a plan to build the world's largest solar energy park by 2030....

Total volume of UAE personal loans reaches Dhs349.9 billion
Total volume of personal loans in the UAE increased to Dhs349.9 billion in February 2017, according to a UAE Central Bank report issued on Tuesday, which affirmed the banks' continual contribution to the overall wellbeing...

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