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Riyadh rising: Housing demand continues to outstrip supply
Economics

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Saudi capital has requirement for around 50,000 housing units per annum over next five years and has estimated housing inventory of 1.15 million units.

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Promoting probiotic wine in Lebanon
Economics

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Probiotic wine contains natural substance that grows on fruity trees and has same beneficial effects as probiotics.
Want to enjoy your wine without worrying about indigestion and the effects of alcohol on your body? Dr Boutros Bou Younes has the magic prescription: “One glass of probiotic wine a day is beneficial to your heath and will keep the doctor away.”

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Jordan orchestra gets new lease on life
Culture

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Abu Ghazaleh, Jorda­nian tycoon who is sponsoring JOrchestra, is known for his pas­sion for classical music.

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Political solution appears elusive as fighting continues in Yemen
Yemen Politics

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With spike in military opera­tions, question arises of where this leaves much-needed politi­cal process.

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Has Obama given up on regime change in Iran?
Opinion

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Term “change” is used more than ten times in interview and it covers economy, strategy and regional policies, meaning that Islamic Republic must change itself instead of having change imposed on it by outside world.

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Hezbollah’s sectarian politics
Lebanon Politics

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How much of Hezbollah’s Arab and Lebanese identity remains intact as party definitively demon­strated its complete bias on side of Iran camp?

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After general’s mysterious death, is Assad’s inner circle coming apart?
Syria Politics

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Workings of Assad’s inner circle are shrouded in secrecy and even more impenetrable than paranoid opacity that eternally masks regime.

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Ten years ago, the Syrians left Lebanon
Lebanon Politics

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Ironically, today if President Bashar Assad is able to remain in power it is largely thanks to Lebanese Shia militia, Hezbollah.

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Saudi succession reset: Major reshuffle aims to cope with new challenges
Saudi Politics

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Yemen campaign is seen by analysts as reflecting more assertive approach to Saudi Arabia’s foreign policy under Sal­man.

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An expansionist Iran and Obama’s ‘wishful thinking’
Opinion

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rise of sectarian Iranian proxies in countries where Shias do not constitute overwhelm­ing majority increases long-term threat of instability in Yemen, Syria and Iraq.

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Saudi Arabia’s new strategic narrative
Saudi Politics

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I t has become customary for prominent Saudis who write articles in the Western media or who give talks at think-tanks and academic institutions to stress one specific theme when speaking about Saudi Arabia’s cur­rent foreign policy posture: The Saudis have adopted a new “doc­trine”.

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The Arab world’s soft revolution
Culture

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Arab youth are breaking taboos, bridging borders and reinventing them­selves in unprecedented ways and it is not by picking up arms or joining jihad.

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‘Arab spring’ batters Jordan produce exports
Economics

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The sudden closure of Jor­dan’s borders with Syria and Iraq and reinforced Israeli security measures at border crossings have hampered the flow of Jordanian produce, leading to a drop of 42% in the country’s fruit and vegetable exports.

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Saudi Capital Market Authority intensifies regulatory activities
Economics

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Saudi Arabia’s market regu­lator is pursuing an aggres­sive transparency policy to prepare the kingdom’s stock exchange to open up to foreign investment.

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