Lufthansa resumes flights to Iraq’s Arbil
German airline says security situation in Iraq allows for safe flight operations to Iraqi Kurdish city.
Inflation concerns in Turkey: Central bank keeps interest rate steady
Arab World and Africa compete for key ITU post
Germany approves construction of tank factory in Algeria
World oil prices slide on easing supply strains
Dubai real estate giant to repay debt four years ahead
New weapon in heated Israeli-Palestinian conflict: Boycott!
Multi-national Arab Bank on trial for supporting terror
Violence-hit Libya gradually boosting oil output
Iraq oil industry: Violence hurts but bottlenecks hurt more
All quiet in oil market
Iran curbs inflation
International airlines steer clear of Iraq airspace
Oil prices recover on possible US air strikes on Iraq
US imposes sanctions on terror financiers from Kuwait
Egypt to dig 'new Suez canal' to speed up traffic
Google pulls ‘Bomb Gaza’ app after public criticism
Middle East supply fears send oil prices higher
Will Micheal Jackson’s Neverland be Qatar’s next big win?
Qatar telecoms firm begins sale of low-cost SIM cards in Myanmar
Emirates Airline suspends flights to Guinea
Oil prices fall further
Emirates airline to avoid flying over Iraq
Algeria President sacks CEO of energy company Sonatrach
UAE's du telecom’s Q2 profits soar
Etihad helps Jet Airways return to profit
Syria oil industry suffers huge losses because of war
Markets keep wary eye on future of Turkey economic policymakers
Bulgaria holds talks with Oman to rescue bank
Turkey Central Bank resists vehement Erdogan pressure
Etihad CEO seeks to seal talks on Alitalia deal
Qatar Airways to buy 50 Boeing planes worth $18.9 billion
Qatar to buy US Patriot missiles in $11 billion deal
Oil prices dive on Libya output prospect
Hyundai Heavy wins $2.0 billion UAE offshore project
OPEC foresees oil demand growth in 2015
Britain probes Airbus staff in Saudi fraud probe
Emirates orders 150 Boeing 777 planes for $56 billion
Oil prices falter as market awaits Libya supply resumption
Sisi says decision to raise fuel prices ‘bitter medicine’
Morocco maintains regular flights to Ebola-hit nations
Royal Air Maroc is keeping up regular flights to three worst hit countries reflecting kingdom's constant commitment to Africa.
Saudi Arabia could earn $8.5 billion from Mecca pilgrimage
Mecca Chamber of Commerce says revenues from largest gathering of Muslims would increase by 3% from last year.
Al Jazeera America faces trial on fraud charges
Former US vice president files lawsuit claiming owners of Al-Jazeera America took back $65 million placed in escrow for sale of his cable channel.
Malaysia world’s friendliest destination for Muslims
Malaysia tops survey of 'halal holidays' for Muslim travellers followed by UAE, while Japan has shown most improvement.
Corruption is rife! Six years to build a short road in Karbala
Karbala city officials say they don’t have enough money to complete important infrastructure projects despite city’s tourism wealth.
Gaza power station rumbles to life for first time in weeks
Power station begins operating hours after receiving delivery of fuel which has been purchased from Israel by Palestinian Authority.
Post-attack security measures deal severe blow to Iraq Kurdistan tourism
Tighter security put in place following attack affects Arab Iraqis coming to Kurdistan from other areas of the country.
Dubai property market booming again
Property sector is bouncing back in Dubai after nosediving during global financial crisis, but stirs fears of new bubble.
AGFUND introduces its experience in fight against poverty at Philippines microcredit summit
Executive Director of Arab Gulf Programme for Development says target segments are increasing as they have actually reached more than one million and three hundred thousand beneficiaries.
Algeria crackdown on smuggling cuts fuel line to Morocco eastern region
Because of reinforced border controls, and ditches that smugglers say have been dug by Algerian authorities, only viable way to haul goods across border now is by donkey.
UAE teams up with Russia in one of world’s biggest infrastructure projects
Through agreement Abu Dhabi, represented by Department of Finance, expresses intent to invest up to $5 billion (Dh18.3 billion) in Russia’s infrastructure sector.