Ten defendants sentenced to life for manufacturing explosives: Bahrain

On Wednesday, a Bahraini court sentenced 10 people to life in jail for forming terror.

Saudi Arabia rolls out first $533m in ‘Citizen’s Accounts’ programme

Saudi Arabia has paid SR2 billion ($533.3 million) to citizens in the first month of.

Daesh continues to attack Kirkuk.

Although Hawija and close by areas were freed from Daesh, it continues to have a.

Talks over Disputed Dam Project between Egypt and Ethiopia

Ethiopia plans on building the Grand Rennaisance Dam in hopes of making it Africa’s largest.

EIB and Arab Bank Enter into a €300 million Financing Agreement

LONDON: The European Investment Bank (EIB) and Arab Bank have signed a financing agreement of.

First census reveals 174,000 Palestinian refugees in Lebanon

BEIRUT: There are just over 174,000 Palestinian refugees in Lebanon, the first census of Palestinians.

Year on, Aleppo is licking its wounds

ALEPPO: The streets of Kalasseh, a neighborhood of Aleppo formerly held by rebels, are jammed.

Abu Dhabi’s Etihad Airways to end Tehran flights in January

DUBAI: Etihad Airways will scrap flights to Tehran on Jan. 24, the latest route to.

Somali forces arrest former minister in raid

MOGADISHU: Somali security forces have arrested a former minister and outspoken government critic after clashing.

Tunisia sets new date for first post-revolt local poll

TUNISIA: A new date next May has been set for Tunisia’s first post-revolt municipal elections,.