December 7, 2014
The Qatar’s landmark hotel has been restored to its original 1982 glory as a new gigantic architectural building glorifying the past.
“What we do is to place the ultrasound in environmental conditions; that will enable us to either remove or alter parts of a tissue for therapeutic purposes,” he explained.
Qatar's improved "final offer" to buy London's landmark Canary Wharf office quarter has been rejected, its owner said Friday, seemingly putting an end to a deal.
Global oil prices slid further on Friday, with Brent on track for the first weekly close below $70 a barrel since 2010.
December 4, 2014
Some analysts expect prices to fall further after bearish comments from key OPEC members.
Lufthansa has cancelled 51 long-haul flights today in the latest 24-hour strike from pilots union Vereinigung Cockpit.
“The Saudis’ approach is that ‘we’ll step back and let Yemen see the consequences of their choice of the Houthis and eventually they’ll come to their senses’.
Egypt ranked 94th in this year’s report, which was released on 3 December, compared to the 114th place last year.
As recently as last month, the International Monetary Fund predicted Saudi Arabia would enjoy a fiscal surplus of 1.6 per cent of gross domestic product in 2015. Now, private economists are talking of a deficit of over 1 per cent..
France's PSA Peugeot-Citroen is in "intense" talks about resuming production in Iran, halted since March 2012, a top representative of the automaker said in Tehran on Monday.
Israel is one of the most corrupt countries in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), according to the 2014 OECD Corruption Perceptions.
December 3, 2014
Pakistan has finalised a gasoil supply deal for 2015 with Kuwait, which supplies 90 per cent of its demand for the fuel it uses for electricity generation and transport.
Jordan's real estate trading is continuing unabated due to a steady surge in property sales, official data showed Tuesday.
“We will not increase fuel imports because the financial resources are not available,” says EGPC chairman El Molla
Two-thirds of Jordanians (68.3 per cent) are satisfied with the socio-economic rights they enjoy,