March 25, 2013
Gaddafi cousin heading the other way in extradition.
Chief exec refuses to speak after a fiery debate with disgruntled shareholders
Talks are ongoing between budget carrier Jazeera and Kuwait Airways
Citrus and bananas banned as Syria retaliates for burning of fuel tankers.
Jordan's Labour Ministry to launch investigation after a damning report into violations of guest workers' rights.
Single women made up almost a quarter of Dubai's property investment market in 2012.
March 24, 2013
Orascom Construction Industries (OCI) reaches initial agreement to pay Egyptian tax authority LE7.1 billion ($1 billion)
Saudi government threatens to penalise firms that don't employ local talent.
Around 3 in 10 people across the MENA and GCC region don't put aside any savings at the end of the month.
The Suez Canal recorded a bumper day on Saturday as a record 68 vessels passed through.
Obama's parting gift to Abdullah is a welcome boost to a floundering economy.
1.85 million visitors as number of exhibitors soar in 2012
End to the mass strike action is one glimmer of light in Lebanon which is in the midst of political chaos after the government resigned on Friday evening.
March 21, 2013
Minister says that the route between Upper Egypt and Iran are expected to resume soon.
Legal action is being taken against Bahrain's telecom watchdog for allegedly barring Menatelecom from bidding to offer 4G mobile phone services.