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Jordan to graduate from oil and gas dependency with nuclear energy »

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11:55 am | Khalid Toukan, head of the Jordanian Atomic Energy Commission, said that “nuclear power is definitely one of the solutions to graduate from total dependency on oil and gas” after signing a $10 billion…

Mar 25 2015 / No Comment / Read More »
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Yemen becomes regional warfare terrain »

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10:42 am | Yemen could officially be considered as a ‘regional war zone’ after a coalition of Arab forces led by Saudi…

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Riyadh Launches Airstrikes to Stop Houthis Advance »

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12:34 pm | Saudi Arabia has launched airstrikes to stop the advance of the Houthi shia rebels, supported by Iran. The move…

Mar 26 2015 / No Comment / Read More »

UAE Military Satellites will be launched in 2018 »

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01:08 pm | The satellites currently built by Airbus Defense & Space Company and Thales Alenia Space for the United Arab Emirates…

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Oman Looks Forward to Expanding Tourism Industry »

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02:11 pm | The Sultanate of Oman is busy working to diversify its economy which is still heavily depending on oil revenues…

Mar 17 2015 / No Comment / Read More »

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Syria : Assad lays conditions for leaving power »

09:50 am | In an interview aired on Sunday with journalist Charlie Rose of CBS for the program 60 Minutes, President Assad associated the expansion of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria with the U.S airstrikes in the region as he spoke about leaving power and the gas attacks. Assad said “sometimes you could have local benefit”…

Mar 30 2015 / No Comment / Read More »
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Yemen becomes regional warfare terrain »

10:42 am | Yemen could officially be considered as a ‘regional war zone’ after a coalition of Arab forces led by Saudi Arabia shelled areas controlled by the Houthi Movement. The Houthis have vowed that they will not surrender after the airstrikes and their leader Abdel-Malek al-Houthi said that will make them cowards after the “despicable aggression.” Airstrikes…

Mar 27 2015 / No Comment / Read More »
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Jordan to graduate from oil and gas dependency with nuclear energy »

11:55 am | Khalid Toukan, head of the Jordanian Atomic Energy Commission, said that “nuclear power is definitely one of the solutions to graduate from total dependency on oil and gas” after signing a $10 billion nuclear plant agreement with Russia’s state owned Rosatom company in Amman. The plant will be constructed in Amra, northern part of the…

Mar 25 2015 / No Comment / Read More »
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Syria : Assad lays conditions for leaving power »

09:50 am | In an interview aired on Sunday with journalist Charlie Rose of CBS for the program 60 Minutes, President Assad associated the expansion of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria with the U.S airstrikes in the region as he spoke about leaving power and the gas attacks. Assad said “sometimes you could have local benefit”…

Mar 30 2015 / No Comment / Read More »
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Bahrain : Parliament challenges royal decree increasing debt ceiling »

12:30 pm | On Tuesday, Bahrain’s parliament has voted against a Royal Decree that increased the government’s debt limit by 40% four months ago. The matter will now be taken up by the National Assembly’s upper chamber and if it should vote against it, the decree will be retrospectively vetoed and considered void. The government failed to convince…

Mar 26 2015 / No Comment / Read More »
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Yemen becomes regional warfare terrain »

10:42 am | Yemen could officially be considered as a ‘regional war zone’ after a coalition of Arab forces led by Saudi Arabia shelled areas controlled by the Houthi Movement. The Houthis have…

Mar 27 2015 / No Comment / Read More »

Riyadh Launches Airstrikes to Stop Houthis Advance »

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12:34 pm | Saudi Arabia has launched airstrikes to stop the advance of the Houthi shia rebels, supported by Iran. The move is meant to…

Mar 26 2015 / No Comment / Read More »

UAE Military Satellites will be launched in 2018 »

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01:08 pm | The satellites currently built by Airbus Defense & Space Company and Thales Alenia Space for the United Arab Emirates military will be…

Mar 20 2015 / No Comment / Read More »
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Finance

Iraq facing financial crisis, Saudi Arabia held responsible »

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04:00 pm | Iraq is frowning at Saudi Arabia’s persistence to maintain the global oil supply rate as oil prices continue to fall. Vice President…

Dec 26 2014 / No Comment / Read More »

Saudi Arabia Donates $35 Mln to Help Western Africa fight Ebola »

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04:52 pm | King Abdallah Bin Abdelaziz of Saudi Arabia has donated $35 million to help Western African countries fight the deadly Ebola virus which…

Dec 12 2014 / No Comment / Read More »
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Bahrain : Parliament challenges royal decree increasing debt ceiling »

12:30 pm | On Tuesday, Bahrain’s parliament has voted against a Royal Decree that increased the government’s debt limit by 40% four months ago. The matter will now be taken up by the…

Mar 26 2015 / No Comment / Read More »

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