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KSA: Fire catches Aramco’s refinery »

03:45 pm | Saudi Arabia’s largest company Aramco Wednesday said a minor fire that erupted at one of its storage containers was quickly put off. “No personnel are injured and no impact on operations,” Aramco said…

Jul 19 2018 / Read More »
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UAE: Emaar to unwrap Middle East largest Chinatown in Dubai »

03:43 pm | Property developer group Emaar Wednesday announced it will erect in Dubai the Middle East largest Chinatown, at 10-minute drive…

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Bahrain: space program paces up, first satellite expected in two years »

03:40 pm | Bahraini authorities are preparing the country’s first space engineer with 400 applications already received as the Gulf country projects…

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Gulf Crisis: Jordan hints at normalization of ties with Qatar »

03:38 pm | Jordan has alluded to normalizing ties with Qatar after relations between the two countries were scaled down at the…

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UAE: Emirates adds flights to Lyon, Paris »

04:04 pm | Dubai-based Emirates has announced Wednesday that it will be servicing additional flights to France, two to Lyon and one…

Jul 18 2018 / Read More »

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KSA: Fire catches Aramco’s refinery »

03:45 pm | Saudi Arabia’s largest company Aramco Wednesday said a minor fire that erupted at one of its storage containers was quickly put off. “No personnel are injured and no impact on operations,” Aramco said in an update on its official Twitter account. The update appeared as a rebuff of a claim by Yemen-based Houthi rebels who…

Jul 19 2018 / Read More »

UAE: Emaar to unwrap Middle East largest Chinatown in Dubai »

03:43 pm | Property developer group Emaar Wednesday announced it will erect in Dubai the Middle East largest Chinatown, at 10-minute drive from the mega city’s international airport. The future Chinatown will stretch on 6 km2 and will be located within the retail district of Dubai Creek Harbour. The announcement coincided with the state visit of Chinese President…

Jul 19 2018 / Read More »

KSA: Fire catches Aramco’s refinery »

03:45 pm | Saudi Arabia’s largest company Aramco Wednesday said a minor fire that erupted at one of its storage containers was quickly put off. “No personnel are injured and no impact on operations,” Aramco said in an update on its official Twitter account. The update appeared as a rebuff of a claim by Yemen-based Houthi rebels who…

Jul 19 2018 / Read More »

Palestine: Hamas eager to clamp down flaming kites attacks against Israel »

04:14 pm | The Hamas organization ruling the Palestinian Gaza Strip is keen to curb the sending of incendiary kites and balloons in Israel, which have caused sizeable damages. Israel since April has been grappling with new attack strategies from Palestinians in the coastal strip. Dozens of incendiary kites and balloons reportedly fitted with explosives landed in the…

Jul 18 2018 / Read More »

Libya: Oil sale to resume as oil terminals handed back to NOC »

03:16 pm | The internationally recognized National Oil Corporation (NOC) Wednesday announced resumption of operation at the country’s four oil terminals after east-based army relinquished control of the ports it seized last month. Khalifa Haftar, head of the so-called Libyan National Army (LNA) Wednesday restored Zueitina, Hariga, Ras Lanuf and Es Sider to Tripoli-based NOC following intense international…

Jul 12 2018 / Read More »

Gulf News

UAE: Emaar to unwrap Middle East largest Chinatown in Dubai »

03:43 pm | Property developer group Emaar Wednesday announced it will erect in Dubai the Middle East largest Chinatown, at 10-minute drive from the mega city’s international airport. The future Chinatown will stretch…

Jul 19 2018 / Read More »

Bahrain: space program paces up, first satellite expected in two years »

03:40 pm | Bahraini authorities are preparing the country’s first space engineer with 400 applications already received as the Gulf country projects to launch its…

Jul 19 2018 / Read More »

Gulf Crisis: Jordan hints at normalization of ties with Qatar »

03:38 pm | Jordan has alluded to normalizing ties with Qatar after relations between the two countries were scaled down at the beginning of the…

Jul 19 2018 / Read More »
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Finance

Iran: UAE orders freeze of assets of nine Iranians »

03:00 pm | United Arab Emirates (UAE) authorities in charge of security and commodities regulations have instructed companies to report on and freeze assets of…

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Palestinian SMEs Get EBRD-EU Support »

02:52 pm | Small businesses in West Bank and Gaza will benefit from the support of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and…

Jul 4 2018 / Read More »
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Libya: Oil sale to resume as oil terminals handed back to NOC »

03:16 pm | The internationally recognized National Oil Corporation (NOC) Wednesday announced resumption of operation at the country’s four oil terminals after east-based army relinquished control of the ports it seized last month.…

Jul 12 2018 / Read More »

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