Forty percent of Egypt's exports are destined for Libya and Iraq; is the Islamic State imposing fees on Egyptian goods?
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The World Bank said the lifting of sanctions will create a rush of resources for the country.
A survey by dating app Hinge claims that 63 percent of polled users were interested in relationships, against two percent wanting casual hook-ups.
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August 30, 2015
Undisclosed deal is a welcome development in a project that has been fraught with delays.
Standard and Poor forecast slow growth for global sukuk and islamic financial services in light of declining oil revenues.
Public expenditure on the Aqaba development program between is expected to cost $162.6 million.
Deadly blaze at residential complex rented by Saudi oil giant Aramco began in the basement and was first spotted around 6am.
The new joint company will have locations in Riyadh and Jeddah.
The Dubai company eyes expansion into Iran, Africa and Latin America.
Jordanian authorities are preparing to provide the infrastructure, with electric charging stations.
A report found EgyptAir had accumulated billions in losses in the past three years.
In the face of the debate over nationalization of jobs, there are many capable, skilled Arabs, primarily Saudis, that are voluntarily choosing unemployment.
The United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America have reportedly become the first nationwide union to join the boycott against Israel.
The Turaibil/Karameh crossing has been closed since mid-July over security concerns, adding to Jordanian exporters' woes.
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Goldgenie has announced that the Limited edition iPhone 6s in 24K Gold, Rose Gold and Platinum will be available for pre-order on August 31.
Lebanese and Arab banks are feeling the strain from high compliance costs, hampering their ability to properly finance regional economies, says union official.
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August 27, 2015
Sources said the PKK made between $500 million and $2.5 billion a year from its drug trade.
A federal appeals court Wednesday ruled the families were allowed to go after financial claims for Iran-backed "terrorism."
The Cabinet approved a number of bills in its session Thursday.
Russia said the industrial zone will be established in the Suez Canal area.
Israeli media reports released last week reported plans for a palace built with government funding.
A ministry official said the prohibition will begin Sept. 1.
The UN relief agency inched toward closing the $100 million deficit but still faces restructuring that may cost employees their jobs.
The Kurdish government said oil companies operating in northern Iraq will get help to endure the depressed oil economy.
As European tourists decline, the Maldives is turning its attention towards the GCC market, which accounted for only 2.9 percent of tourists in the last six months.
Deregulation caused a spike in petrol prices last month, but the ministry of energy plans to reduce gas prices by 8 percent next month.
Airline was criticized heavily as having restrictive and discriminatory policies with regard to female staff, particularly newly married or pregnant cabin crew.
A gradual tightening of Saudi Arabia's budget would still imply a double-digit deficit next year, according to Merrill Lynch.
With nearly 90 percent of regional economies being driven by SMEs, regional experts met in Amman to discuss challenges to stability and growth.
In a first for the industry, overseas workers can now redeem awards when sending money through the Xpress Money Rewards Program.
The village of Arabsalim knows how to manage its waste.
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The country's import bill may decline for Lebanon's goods coming from China and Europe.
The farmers said it was the government's responsibility to help cover their living expenses.
The 52-year-old man was arrested at the Erez crossing years after Israel began issuing businessmen entry permits.
One out of five people planning to stay at Le Grey Hotel in Beirut canceled reservations due to street riots and security concerns.
An amendment in Egypt's tax law will be raising the income bracket for tax exemptions.
The Ministry of Interior urged UAE residents to use the electronic services to speed up the process.
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The Iranian government said the removal of sanctions will offset the budget deficit and help improve the country's foreign reserves.
The kingdom's stock market jumped 7.4 percent on Tuesday after several days of investors selling their shares.
Motorola's new smartphone enhanced some essential features, focusing on redefining the user experience.
Global marketing company J. Walter Thompson was selected for a contract with Egypt to campaign for the sector.
The Syrian president said in a televised interview that relationships with Iran and Russia remain stable.
August 26, 2015
China's state bank implemented an interest rate cut Wednesday that had mixed reactions from shareholders.
The Middle East loses an average of 40 percent of income per person from gender inequality in the workplace.
The country's defense sector grew 21 percent in the past five years.
Jordanian King Abdullah and Russian President Vladimir Putin met in Moscow on Tuesday to discuss better cooperation to improve Jordan's infrastructure.
More garbage truck drivers staged a sit-in and demanded to know the fate of their jobs after the company's contract expires.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said the two countries are finalizing the details of the nuclear plant project.
Lebanon's Cabinet refused the selection of companies to manage Lebanon's waste.
The market's prices rose as hot temperatures affected the wearing of the rubber.
The International Atomic Energy said it would need nearly another $200,000 a month for Iran's inspections.
August 25, 2015
The paper's administrators said reporters would likely be taken off the print publication to work as online journalists.
The ad received backlash from Twitter users when the extremists posted it last week.
WIth lower fiscal reserves and lack of economic diversification, Oman has a budget deficit of $4.5M so far this year.
Abdullah Ensour addressed the opening of the conference on "Water for Development", highlighting Jordan's acute water crisis and need for international assistance.
High on the Egyptian President's agenda are Egypt's hopes to join Eurasian free trade zone and an establishment of a Russian industrial zone near the Suez.
Iran has lined up over 800 energy projects targeted for investment post-sanctions.
Gulf bourses reflected Wall Street's bearish mood yesterday, with equities in all markets closing in decline.
Easy Taxi and Uber are easing public transportation and cab-flagging woes in the Jordanian capital.
Tests for IQ, personality, aptitude and other tools are increasingly being used by employers to help hire the best candidates.
The latest home appliances let you be environmentally-friendly while saving money in the long run.
August 24, 2015
Environment Minister Mohammed Machnouk on Monday said biddings for companies to manage the country's waste were completed.
Al-Bayt Stadium is one of five stadiums currently under construction for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
Wall Street and oil prices plummet in response to China's largest stock dive in eight years.
With only one to two percent of sales being digital, there is still plenty of opportunity for growth before the region catches up with the global five percent average.
New amendments include tax relief for the wealthy and wider tax exemption income brackets.
The Jet Airliner Crash Data Evaluation Centre (JADEC) have released their list of the world's ten safest airlines in 2014.
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Witnesses said the 19-year-old man poured gasoline on himself near the Grand Serail in the southern city on Sunday.
The airline launched a new flight route to another European destination on Monday.
Kuwait's residents continued a boycott for its second day, calling for the reduction of "unreasonably" high fish prices.
Dozens of policemen in northern Egypt protested for better incentives and occupational hazard compensation.
A recent survey of Dubai residents reflect extremes when in comes to uptake of insurance policies.
The PoloTech shirt will read vital signs that can be relayed to an iPhone app that tailors a workout for the wearer.
4500 year-old statue was stopped from export to a private buyer, but the ban is due to expire on 29 July.
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August 23, 2015
Egypt's president discussed his infrastructure plans for the new city with the Council of Economic Development.
Thousands of customers from the online dating site were vulnerable to cyber attacks that revealed their private information.
An initiative to restore a rundown Jewish cemetery in southern Lebanon was funded anonymously by a New York-based member of the diaspora.
The refinery stopped producing oil when a massive fire closed down its facilities.
Iran's oil minister began negotiations with the British foreign secretary in Tehran.
Police officers went on strike for the second day to demand better pay.
A Palestinian man said his attempted suicide was in protest of harassment he experienced from Gaza officials.
Demonstrators reopened access to roads that led to the Umm Qasr port after two days of protests.
The Gulf country has provided the war-torn nation $202 million in the past four months.
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Escalation between Turkey and the PKK has taken its toll on trade with Iran as trucks carrying goods have been caught in the violence.
Egypt-owned gas company EGAS is seeking four LNG cargoes to be delivered to Jordan's Aqaba gas terminal.
The US president promised economic pressure on Iran to reconsider its backing of the Lebanese militant group.