August 24, 2015
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.
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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.
A website was launched head of the National Businesswomen's Forum to help gain more awareness on the event.
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August 22, 2015
Al Musabalah Company's lawsuit filed two years ago claimed the Social Security Investment Fund failed to sell the firm's stake at a bank.
August 21, 2015
Aden's port deputy director said the ship "signals the return of life" to the city.
August 20, 2015
The satellite TV channels will offer classes for students in all school subjects.
The airline is providing eight new pricing structures that give passengers more choices depending on the services they want.
Food imports and exports will be carefully examined at Middle East Airlines' new cargo center.
Byblos Bank said Lebanese residents still have low household confidence on the economy.
A report by the Central Bank of Jordan showed Jordanians' debt-to-income ratio jumped significantly last year.
The agreement would allow Egypt to get Saudi oil products and pay the kingdom back within a year.
The company will provide supervision services for the UAE site's infrastructure design and construction.
Israeli intelligence forces raided stores in the Yatma village near Nablus.
Foreign investors in Egypt's stock exchange continued to sell their shares and retreat on Wednesday.
The Islamic Republic wants to revive its share of the global oil market despite a slump in oil prices.
The social networking service is releasing a new app that will help professionals learn more about their coworkers' skills.
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The green-friendly bus will make its first public appearance on Istanbul's roads Thursday.
Ten out of 12 consumers in the UAE still use cash over credit, according to a recent poll.
August 19, 2015
Ukraine's minister of economy and trade said he plans to make an official visit to Iran to discuss cooperation between the two countries.
The refugee schools will open on time thanks to donors that helped solve the UN's budgetary crisis.
Kuwait's new projects got a $17 billion boost with a new refinery and airport terminal.
The competition authority referred the manufacturing giant to prosecutors as a "criminal procedure" after it was accused of monopolistic practice.
Apple is reportedly opening its first store in the Middle East on Sept. 28 in the Mall of Emirates.
Palestinian and Israeli authorities are discussing service providers for 3G and 4G networkers in the occupied territories.
The Finance Ministry issued gold medals that have been minted by the Egyptian authorities.
The Kurdish government said the disruptions have cost about half a billion dollars.
Of an initial 1317 workers embroiled in a labor dispute in Ajman, 200 remain unpaid for 6 months and living in squalor.
The Impact Team hackers of the Ashley Madison website have dumped data containing personal details, after the website failed to comply with the hackers' demands.
Luxury retail aside, services are also feeling the knock-on effect of the tourism downturn from Russia, CIS and China.
Implementation of the wage protection system for migrant workers is reportedly delayed due to participating companies' compliance difficulties.
Egypt is facing increased demand for vehicles, a shortage of cars and no end in sight for the current crisis.
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