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Salman bin Abdulaziz declared Saudi king
Global Arab Network - Said Mohamed
Saudi Politics

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Salman bin Abdulaziz has become Saudi Arabia’s king and Prince Muqrin bin Abdulaziz was declared the crown prince after King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz passed away, the Royal court announced on Friday.

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I am the Syrian Charlie
Opinion

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I was killed by an army that holds my own nationality because the same leaders who marched in Paris a few days ago kept their mouths shut.

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Bahrain: Solid non-hydrocarbons sector performance posting respectable economic growth
Economics

Bahrain Solid non-hydrocarbons sector performance posting respectable economic growth

While a combination of high break-even prices and lower levels of fiscal reserves could see falling oil prices push Bahrain further into the red,

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What’s the secret behind Russia’s love for Assad?w
Syria Politics

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we don't have explanations for Russia's position on the Syrian crisis since it started four years ago; there are no mutual defense treaties and the Syrian regime does not add any strategic value to Moscow in the regional conflict.

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Fighting trade concealment in Saudi Arabia
Global Arab Network - Jamal Khashoggi
Economics

Saudi Arabia-based SAMBA Financial Group

In Saudi Arabia, Commerce Minister Toufic al-Rabiah has become the most popular minister after he ordered shutting down big stores that were manipulating discount prices,

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Kuwait diversifying its economy to reduce hydrocarbon dependency
Economics

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Plummeting oil prices have brought renewed calls for Kuwait to deepen its focus on diversifying its economy and reducing hydrocarbon dependency.

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Qatar to invest $25bn in petrochemical to produce 23m tonnes
Economics

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Asia remains a key driver of growth for Qatar’s petrochemicals sector, with demand from the region fuelling investment and expansion projects.

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UAE: New opportunities in Abu Dhabi mapped out in Economic Vision 2030
Economics

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A drive to strengthen the link between higher education and the private sector in Abu Dhabi has set the scene for research and development (R&D) to play a greater role in the emirate’s economic development.

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Bahrain: Appetite for retail space, from local and international investors
Economics

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The development of middle and lower income housing units in outlying areas in Bahrain is not only welcome news for those looking for a home to buy, it also signals a wave of new opportunities for retailers eyeing untapped markets in the kingdom.

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Not ‘The Onion:’ Assad says he is ‘against killing of civilians!’
Global Arab Network - Faisal J. Abbas
Opinion

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At first one would think he has stumbled upon a made-up story on The Onion or the Pan Arabia Enquirer, but no; the headline “Bashar al-Assad says he is against killing of civilians” wasn’t satire, it was real… albeit,

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Time for re-think on humanitarian funding?
Economics

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The World Food Programme’s (WFP) celebrity-endorsed #ADollarALifeline campaign thrust the plight of Syrian refugees back into the global spotlight and netted more than the asked-for US$64million in just a matter of days.

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Turkey introduces tough new border policies for Syrians
Syria Politics

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Turkey has quietly increased travel restrictions for Syrian refugees that could very negatively affect aid agencies working in the country, IRIN has learned.

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UK: Lord Mayor to promote economic relationship with Arab Gulf Countries
Global Arab Network - Said Mohamed
Economics

The Lord Mayor of the City of London visits to GCC Gulf countries Global Arab Network

The Lord Mayor of the City of London, Alderman Alan Yarrow, is to lead a large business delegation to the Gulf (16-28 January) as part of efforts to make sure London and the UK remain the regional partner of choice when it comes to financial and professional services, Global Arab Network reports according to press statement.

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Two Scenarios for a Hotter and Drier Arab World—And What We Can Do About It
Economics

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If you think the summers in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region are hot—think again. Summers are likely to become much warmer.

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