Kuwait oil union condemns Saudi unilateral closure of offshore field
Head of operations at Khafji cites environmental reasons for ordering halt to field's 311,000 barrels per day output.
First solar energy plant in Morocco to begin operating in 2015
Saudi’s National Commercial Bank to offer $3.6 billion IPO
Lufthansa to drop services to Abu Dhabi
Kuwait ends decades of diesel, kerosene subsidies
Oversupply and weak demand send oil prices plunging
US fighting for oil supremacy despite price pullback
Saudi Prince rushes to rescue of money-losing Euro Disney
Brent oil sinks to new four-year low
Geopolitical developments weigh heavily on Gulf stocks
Algeria gas production returns to growth
UAE approves $13.35 billion federal budget for 2015
Weapons makers’ business thriving on US-led war
No change in OPEC’s oil demand growth forecast
Brent hits four-year low on global economy worries
Oil prices drift lower as traders eye weaker dollar
Turkey cuts growth forecast on back of ‘geo-political tensions’
IMF lowers growth expectations for most Arab countries
French court sentences ex-Algeria golden boy to five years in jail
US officials probe Goldman Sachs on Libyan fund bribery
Kuwait buys 30% stake in Canada shale deposit
Libya fund sues Goldman Sachs for $1 billion
Oil prices rebound... but not for long
Israel approves $4 billion privatisation plan
Kuwait posts huge budget surplus
Stock markets in Gulf region post strong gains in 3Q
Solar power revolution starts from Abu Dhabi rooftops
Masdar launches new major investment in British wind energy market
Arab Bank found liable for backing terrorism
World Bank calls for sweeping reforms in Tunisia
Saudi oil minister: Not the first time crude prices slumped
Tunisia urges foreign investment in democratic ‘startup’
Dubai plan back on the runway for world’s largest airport
Second Bahrain-Saudi causeway to cost $5 billion
Palestinian economy shrinks further in 2013 – 2014
Israel inks 15-year natural gas supply deal with Jordan
World oil prices rebound from heavy losses
IMF approves $553 million loan for Yemen
Lufthansa resumes flights to Iraq’s Arbil
Inflation concerns in Turkey: Central bank keeps interest rate steady
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.