Ethiopia buys favour of Sudan with new cross-border electricity link
Analysts say Ethiopia wants to charm Sudan over dam which Cairo fears could diminish its water supply.
IMF takes ‘wait-and-see’ attitude toward Tunisia amid lack of reforms
Iraq energy row with Kurdistan heads towards resolution
Kuwait Airways signs MoU with Airbus to buy 25 planes
Turkey moots three-party talks as best way to diffuse Iraq-Kurd oil row
Iraq oil exports rise for third successive month in November
Iran discusses with Russia construction of new nuclear plant at Bushehr
Baghdad bars Turkish private planes ahead of Kurd energy conference
To reform financial institutions, Somalia appoints temporary governor for central bank
Exxon Mobil takes step towards resolving dispute with Baghdad
Expo 2020: Dubai crowns years of hard work with successful bid
Bravo Dubai! City of future clinches prestigious Expo 2020
Iraq Kurdistan becomes Turkey’s best option... to secure affordable energy supplies
Lufthansa rescinds code-sharing agreement with Turkish Airlines
Mubadala, DUBAL signs five-billion-dollar deal with Guinea
Peugeot Citroen shares soar on possibility of eased sanctions in Iran
In turbulent Egypt, fuel subsidy reform looks inevitable
Iraq oil exports recover but remain far below peak
Morocco parliament approves austerity budget
Aerospace companies fly through style, comfort for rich, powerful Middle-Easterners
US aerospace giant dominates European rival at Dubai show
Severe bread shortage adds to political tensions in Sudan
Oil-rich Kuwait offers $1 billion in soft loans to Africa states
Turkey to open high-speed railway between Istanbul and Ankara
Oil prices fall on rising global supplies
Arab, Africa leaders debate economic ties in Kuwait
Dassault Aviation’s 5X receives firm orders
Etihad acquires third of Swiss carrier Darwin
Iran unveils missile-equipped drone, range of 2,000 kilometres
Emirates' president pledges to expand fleet
Kuwait meeting: Ministers seek to upgrade Arab-African cooperation
Dubai Airshow kicks off with astronomical plane orders
Dubai pins big hopes on 2020 Universal Exposition
Berber protesters call off sit-in at Mellitah terminal
Boeing set to shine at Dubai Air Show
Cash-strapped Morocco to levy tourist tax on flights
Libya seeks to revive tourism sector with UN help
Libya economy minister seeks to ease economy fears
Turkey to acquire first long-range anti-missile system from China in six months
Oil prices plunge on easing Mideast tensions
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.
Students of Tourism Youth Summer Camp get down to business in Abu Dhabi
Crash course in business and attributes of successful entrepreneurs is latest in series of workshops.
Abu Dhabi tour operator launches fully-certified ‘ladies only’ cruises
Belevari Marine appoints two female captains to become region’s only company to offer ‘ladies only’ cruises.
Saudi prince eyes profit in third-tier English football club
Prince Abdullah bin Mosaad says he bought stake after South Yorkshire club cleared its debt, brushing aside claims about debt burden awaiting him.
Saudi princess buys historical Geneva estate at ‘record’ price
Princess Latifa Bin Fahd buys 18,800-square-metre (202,362-square-foot) estate from wealthy Nordmann family.
Jordan’s battle with thirst: First phase of Dead Sea canal to begin
Under plan, Jordan will draw water from Gulf of Aqaba to nearby Risheh Height, where desalination plant is to be built.
‘Potential wonder-crop’ pokes out of Sudan soil
Unlike in other parts of Africa or in Asia, rice is still uncommon crop in Sudan, where sorghum is staple cereal, along with groundnut, millet, wheat.