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Iraq: US troops to relocate temporarily in northern region as part of withdraw from Syria

US troop scheduled to leave Syria will briefly relocate in the Northern part of Iraq, a top officer of the Iraqi army has said. The forces “will withdraw through Erbil, not areas controlled by Iraq’s [Baghdad] central government,” Major General Yahya Rasul said. Last month, US President Donald Trump announced the pullout of all American […]

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Qatar: Qatar airways acquires 5 per cent in China’s third carrier

Qatar’s national carrier Qatar airways has announced the acquisition of five per cent in China Southern Airline, one of China’s three state-owned carriers, in a move to establish itself in the Asian aviation market. Qatar Airways did not specify the cost of the transaction but said it stroke the deal as part of the strategy […]

January 3rd, 2019 | Posted in Gulf News,Headlines | Read More »

Oman: Pakistan’s NESPAK wins major road project design

Oman’s ministry of transport has awarded NESPAK (National Engineering Services Pakistan), a Pakistani engineering firm a major road project design in the sultanate, Pakistani The News International reports. As per the contract, NESPAK will design the main highway connecting Thumrait Interchange with Mubaila Interchange on the Muscat Expressway, the media reports. The project includes a […]

January 2nd, 2019 | Posted in Headlines,World News | Read More »

Syria: Kuwait pins reopening of embassy on Arab League decision

Kuwait has conditioned the reopening of its diplomatic in Damascus on the decision to be made by the Arab League early this week after the UAE and Bahrain re-established diplomatic ties with President Bashar al-Assad regime after seven year of interruption. Arab states members of Egypt-based Arab League largely in 2011 severed ties Damascus after […]

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Gulf Crisis: Abu Dhabi sees no ending of crisis in 2019

A senior UAE minister Tuesday indicated that the diplomatic rift between Qatar and its neighbors including the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Egypt is likely to drag on in the New Year despite calls for an end. “In my estimation, the boycott of Qatar will continue in 2019 because it’s linked to necessary changes in […]

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