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Russia defies censure of 'barbarity'
Russia is sending more war planes to Syria to further ramp up its campaign of air strikes, a Russian newspaper reported on Friday, as Moscow defied global censure over an escalation that Western countries say has torpedoed diplomacy...
UAE will continue to support Yemen
The United Arab Emirates has pledged to continue to provide humanitarian assistance for Yemen, to the tune of $1.2 billion, Abdullah Fadhil Al Nuaimi, from the UAE's Permanent Mission to the UN in Geneva, said on Friday...
EU concerned over human rights situation in Iran
The EU said Friday that the recent Court verdict confirming the prison sentence of Iranian human rights activist Narges Mohammadi "sends a worrying signal about the human rights situation in the country."..
Riyadh, Ankara vow to end ME turmoil, join forces to fight terror
Saudi Arabia and Turkey have pledged to boost anti-terror cooperation and work more closely to find solutions to the key regional issues that have tossed the whole Middle East region into turmoil...
Oman, Iran stress on need to extend ties to all fronts
Ali bin Zahir al Hilaly, Attorney-General of Oman and Iran's judiciary chief Sadiq Amoli Larijani, held a meeting in Mashad on Thursday night in which they emphasised on the need to extend the cordial relations existing between the two countries to all..
GCC members back Saudi on US law
The United Arab Emirates and Bahrain joined Saudi Arabia to condemn a United States law allowing 9/11 victims to sue the kingdom, after Saudi Arabia warned of "disastrous consequences" from the legislation...
Yemen spy boss gunned down
Armed militants have gunned down a senior security official in the southern city of Aden, security officials say. Col. Ali Awwad, head of intelligence in the Buraqa district, was shot dead while he was leaving his house on Friday. Gunmen fled the..
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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'
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Oman, Italy to enhance defence ties
State of Qatar backs legitimacy in Yemen
India, Pakistan must return to negotiating table
Starving young victims of Boko Haram need help
New impetus to Turkish-Saudi alliance
Iran and Daesh are JASTA's only beneficiaries
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