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The Arab Gulf stock markets experienced a sideways trend over the past week affected by the high price of Brent Crude, which rose from $42.14 up to $46.97 per barrel since the beginning of August. Qatar led the region-wide rise to finish 2.57% higher during the past week’s trading. It increased from 10,681.08 points to …
War has raged in Yemen for over 500 days. The international community seems to be indifferent to the suffering there. This is detrimental to the credibility of the United States and Europe, DW’s Matthias von Hein writes.
Last year’s crane collapse in Mecca has resulted in 14 people going on trial in Saudi Arabia. Local media say they face charges of negligence and violating safety rules. The tragedy claimed the lives of 111 pilgrims.
Saudi Arabia is often accused of supporting jihadist groups. Now, the monarchy is helping Berlin’s security authorities in the fight against terror. What appears to be a contradiction is not.
A German news report says Saudi authorities have offered to help investigate two Islamist attacks in July. It said this comes after both attackers were found to have had contact with possible IS backers in the kingdom.
Houthis call for protests to enforce formation of a political council to take power in Yemen
Performance of Gulf stock markets varied over the past week. The Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) rose by 1.29%, recording an average daily trade volume of KD 7.236m. The Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) followed in second, having closed at 10,652.3 points and an average trade volume of QR 181.6m per day. The Muscat Securities Market (MSM) …
Debate over Egypt’s sovereignty over Red Sea islands continues
Arab leaders have vowed to work together on security concerns since 2014, but the threat of extremism and sectarian strife rages on
Brazilian exports to the Arab world amounted to $5.24bn in the first half of 2016
Pronounced relations between the two countries have been rapidly developing since the Egyptian-Saudi maritime agreement
Qatar’s stock exchange topped the Gulf markets last week with an increase of 4.66%, reaching a level of 10,428.67 points, recording an average daily trading value of 144.914m riyals. Dubai capital market came second with an increase of 3%, reaching the level of 3,471.9 points, recording an average daily trading value of 496.84m dirhams. Saudi …
Keshta was arrested in a demonstration protesting the transfer of Tiran and Sanafir islands to Saudi sovereignty
Iranian protesters accused of storming the embassy of Saudi Arabia have attended their first hearing before a Tehran court. Forty-eight people, including four clerics, face charges over the January incident.
Saudi Arabia ranked third with an increase of 2.5% to 6661.65 points, and achieved an average daily trading value of SR 4.23bn.
The US Congress has published long-classified documents on alleged ties between Saudi Arabia and 9/11 hijackers. While the inquiry found no solid evidence of links, officials noted their suspicions of Saudi support.
In other similar cases, protesters were acquitted from charges
Saudi authorities have arrested 19 people, including 12 Pakistanis, in connection with Monday’s terrorist attacks. No group has claimed responsibility for the coordinated attacks that left seven people dead.
Germany has finally reformed its outdated law on rape and other forms of sexual assault. “No” finally means “no.” What is legislation like in other countries?
King Salman of Saudi Arabia has vowed to strike back at those who lead youths to extremism, a day after triple suicide attacks in the kingdom. “Islamic State” (IS) militants are being blamed for the bombings.
Explosions blasted three cities in Saudi Arabia in less than 24 hours
A man has blown himself up near the second holiest site in Islam. The attack in Medina follows similar blasts in Jeddah and Qatif
The attacker stopped his car in front of a hospital near the US consulate
A suicide bomber has detonated an explosive device near the US consulate in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Initial reports indicate the bomber died in the explosion and two people were injured.
The cause of the accident is still unknown