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Algeria outplay Oman in Doha friendly
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Oman were handed a 4-1 defeat by Algeria in an international football friendly match played in Doha on Monday.
Arab tourists represented 14.8% of the total visiting tourists with 13,000 in July.
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Despite its geographical closeness to Egypt, the percentage of GCC tourists visiting Egypt compared to the total number of tourist has not exceeded 20% in any given month in 2014.
Every individual has their own way of grieving, and the HR department must deal with it in the right manner.
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If treated with compassion, grieving employees could possibly bounce back with vigor.
Colombia 3-1 Kuwait: Spot-on Falcao nears Iguaran record
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The striker has struggled all season for Manchester United but struck his third goal in two games for his country on Monday
Studies have shown that people are more willing to pay higher amounts for the same item when using credit cards as opposed to paying in cash.
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The fact that consumers don’t feel physical cash leaving their hands plays into the tendency of some to use plastic more often.
A Syrian teenage refugee girl has been kidnapped in Lebanon's northeastern city of Baalbek, a security source said Monday. (Source: The Daily Star)
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A Syrian teenage refugee girl has been kidnapped in Lebanon's northeastern city of Baalbek, a security source said Monday.
A Libyan paramilitary checks his Grad rocket launcher during clashes on the outskirts of Sirte in September 2011. (AFP/File)
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A rocket believed to be targeting a refinery hit a Western Libyan town and killed one foreign worker, officials said Monday.
Former military ruler and presidential candidate Muhammadu Buhari is significantly in the lead with at least nine states in Nigeria counted. (AFP/Pius Utomi Ekpei)
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With at least nine states in Nigeria counted, the president's opposition Muhammadu Buhari is significantly in the lead.
As part of its five-year plan, the company is targeting international growth in key regional markets.
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Dubai-based conglomerate Majid Al Futtaim is not planning on listing in the market anytime soon.
Six suspected militants were killed in clashes with forces south of Sheikh Zuweid in North Sinai, security sources said Monday. (AFP/File)
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Six suspected militants were killed in clashes with forces south of Sheikh Zuweid in North Sinai, security sources said Monday.
Police responded to an incident near the NSA's headquarters in Fort Meade, Md., that left one dead Monday. (Screenshot: Twitter)
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Police responded to an incident near the NSA's headquarters in Fort Meade, Md., that left one dead Monday.
An Egyptian policeman stands at the site of an explosion by militant group Ajnad Misr targeting a traffic police kiosk in Cairo on April 19, 2014. (AFP/Mohamed el-Shahed)
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Two policemen have been wounded while attempting to defuse an improvised explosive device in Alexandria on Monday.
15:51 GMT
Political and economic turmoil over the last four years caused decline in the volume of Arab exports and imports specially between the Arab Spring countries such as Syria, Libya, Yemen, and vice versa.
Davor Suker
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Fifa has confirmed that the 2022 tournament will take place in November and December, and the Croatian thinks that the scheduling could play into the Three Lions' hands
Given the fact that Palestine doesn’t have a freedom of access to public information law yet, the release of the platform comes at a particularly critical time
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YouKnow, an interactive online platform aimed at bridging the gap between citizens and government officials, is making waves in the occupied Palestinian territories
More than 30 policeman and soldiers were kidnapped in the restive border town of Arsal last August, at least 25 of whom are still being held by al-Qaeda's Syria wing Jabhat al-Nusra and Daesh. (AFP/File)
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Frustrated by the a lack of headway by mediators, family members of some 25 Lebanese servicemen held by Daesh and Nusra since last August threatened to take matters into their own hands Monday in a fresh protest in downtown Beirut.
Palestinian protesters run for shelter from tear gas fired by Israeli security forces during clashes following a demonstration against the expropriation of Palestinian land by Israel in the village of Kfar Qaddum, near Nablus in the occupied West Bank, on March 27, 2015. (AFP/Jaafar Ashtiyeh)
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Over 2,000 Palestinians marched in honor of Land Day, which commemorates the Palestinians who protested against Israel on March 30th, 1976.
Xavi Hernandez
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The Qatar outfit are hopeful of luring the ex-Spain international away from his current club and believe he could have a major influence on the game in the Gulf state
Mohammad Assaf is one busy star this May.
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It's not just his May 1st gig at Amman National University that will keep the Arab Idol busy that month. He has several surprises in store for his fans.
Netanyahu has been very vocal regarding his disapproval of the Iranian nuclear deal. (AFP/File)
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accused the P5+1 countries of rewarding Iran with a nuclear deal despite disrupting the political stability of Yemen by allegedly arming the Houthi rebel movement.
A funerary tablet circa 1350BC, depicting beer consumption in ancient Egypt.  (Image: Flickr)
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Early Bronze age vessels used by Egyptians to make beer are found on a building site in Tel Aviv.
Soda's designs are popular with many Hollywood celebrities. (Image: The House of Fabulous)
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Basil Soda, who helped put Lebanon at the forefront of the international fashion scene, passed away Monday.
Amr Diab is not happy. (Image: Facebook)
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Copyright shmopyright. Amr Diab is upset that a lot of his songs were delighted off YouTube for copyright infringement.
Kuwait relies on imports for the majority of its food needs and depends on the narrow shipping lane of the Strait of Hormuz for imported food supplies.
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Kuwait said on Friday that its strategic food stocks were at their highest level, in a message designed to reassure citizens after it joined a Saudi-led military operation in Yemen.
The UAE was the third largest Islamic banking market by value after Saudi Arabia and Malaysia, the report said.
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In 2014, sharia complaint assets in the UAE crossed $1 billion while the industry itself was estimated to be worth $127 billion.
Yemenis stand at the site of a Saudi air strike against Houthi rebels near Sanaa Airport. (AFP/File)
13:17 GMT
Saudi-led airstrikes hit Mazraq refugee camp in northern Yemen, killing 45 people.
Yemen's crisis continued to widen after almost a week of airstrikes led by Saudi Arabia on Houthi positions across the country, and a push by the Shiite rebels toward Hadi's former refuge city of Aden. (AFP/File)
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Shiite Houthi rebels pushed deeper into the suburbs of Yemen's Aden Monday during heavy clashes with Hadi loyalists, while the capital Sanaa and Houthi positions in the north were hit with a slew of airstrikes from the Saudi-led coalition, now nearly a week old.
Dubai-based airline Emirates has announced a change in its cockpit regulations following the fatal crash of a Germanwings flight last week.
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The change in rules comes as a Germanwings airline was crashed deliberately into the French Alps by the plane’s co pilot, after locking out the flight’s captain.
A member of the Iraqi security smokes a cigarette atop a damaged house in the southern entrance of the city of Tikrit on March 29, 2015 during a military operation to retake the northern Iraqi city from Daesh. (AFP/File)
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President Masoud Barzani says Kurdistan Regional Government will back Iraqi troops in an attack on Mosul, Daesh’s largest stronghold in Iraq.
Daly is a great singer despite his disability. (Image: YouTube still)
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Everyone's jaws dropped when Daly Gana auditioned for The X Factor Arabia over the weekend.
Pakistani officials told Reuters talks between their defense delegation and Saudi officials in Riyadh in the coming days could lead Pakistan to a role in the multi-state military operation in Yemen, but their specific place is still unclear. (AFP/File)
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A high-level Pakistani defense delegation will head to Riyadh in the coming days to discuss the possibility of an entrance into Saudi Arabia's military campaign against Houthi rebels in Yemen.
The court found that Moshe Talansky gave Olmert $153,000 in envelopes.
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The maximum penalty for offences of fraud and breach of trust is three years imprisonment, and the maximum penalty for fraudulent receiving is five years.
They are still in the testing phase, with part of production distributed to individuals who carry out taste tests and verify the quality.
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In Syria's northeastern province of Latakia, workers roll the country's first locally made cigars, a new product being launched despite the devastating civil conflict now in its fifth year.
Smoke billows from the site of an explosion that hit an arms depot in Yemen's second city of Aden on March 28, 2015. (AFP/File)
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The Saudi Arabian-led coalition warplanes launched a fresh round of airstrikes, targeting Houthi sites in Noqm Moutanin region in eastern Sanaa and rocket launching sites in Fag Attan district near the center.
Iraqis stand at the site of a car bomb explosion in the Shiite-majority Sadr City area of north Baghdad on March 23, 2015. (AFP/File)
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Two explosive laden vehicles detonated in a Shiite district of northeastern Baghdad, killing nine people and injuring 20 others.
Of the 130 factory workers, only 6 are men. The state-run factory is hoping to create up to 1000 jobs. (Image: Wikimedia Commons)
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Despite the ongoing conflict in Syria, a company is producing the country's first locally-made cigars.
Prior to his visit in Iraq, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon spoke during the Arab League summit in Egypt's Red Sea resort of Sharm El-Sheikh on March 28, 2015. (AFP/File)
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UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has traveled to war-torn Iraq to hold talks with the Arab country’s top officials.
The head of Israel's Arab parliamentary bloc Ayman Odeh (C) walks alongside supporters as they arrive in Jerusalem on March 29, 2015, after a four-day march from the Bedouin village of Wadi al-Naam, near the city of Beersheba in the Negev desert in southern Israel, to support Bedouin Arabs. (AFP/File)
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The four-day march for Bedouin rights has ended in Jerusalem at the Israeli parliament where Palestinian representatives delivered a report on the hardships faced by Bedouin villages.
Yara stunned at City Centre Deira's Spring/Summer Fashion campaign in Dubai. (Image: The Portsmouth Group)
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Arab singer Yara left City Centre Deira audience inspired by her fashion insight and soulful voice.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu chairs the weekly cabinet meeting at his Jerusalem office on March 29, 2015. Netanyahu denounced as "dangerous" a nuclear accord that world powers are negotiating with Iran, saying it goes beyond what his government had feared. (AFP/File)
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Israeli PM Benjamin Netanayhu voiced his concern over the P5+1 nuclear deal framework during a meeting at his West Jerusalem office with US Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell.
Abbas' comments came during the 26th round of the Arab Summit, in which Arab leaders discussed at length the recent air campaign led by Saudi and backed by nine other Arab nations against Shiite Houthi rebels in Yemen. (AFP/File)
09:40 GMT
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas is facing backlash after a remark urging an Arab intervention similar to the one unfolding in Yemen led by Saudi Arabia.
Mahmoud said that Egypt’s new visa rule and tighter control of its security issue boosts tourists’ confidence in the country.
09:38 GMT
An overhaul of Egypt’s visa system announced last week is unlikely to keep Gulf residents from jetting off to see the pyramids this summer.
Any relaxation of Iran oil sanctions could see increased exports adding to swelling global supplies and further pressuring prices.
09:22 GMT
Oil prices fell on Monday as Iran and six world powers tried to reach a deal that could add oil to the market if sanctions against Tehran are lifted.
Egyptian policemen gather next to the crash site of a public transport bus, that fell from the bridge above, in the Giza governorate, south of Cairo, on March 21, 2015. (AFP/File)
09:18 GMT
Two trucks and a microbus collided on their way to the Red Sea, killing 16 people and injuring seven others.
Layalina Magazine and Kassab think they Mai looks like Miley Cyrus. (Image: Instagram)
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Mai Kassab admires Miley Cyrus and even think that she looks like her!
China's move follows a similar one by India, who announced earlier this week it would be evacuated its citizens from Yemen by boat. (AFP/File)
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Amidst growing unrest in the Gulf country, China announced Monday it planned to evacuate some 500 Chinese diplomats and workers from the country.
Prince Saud bin Faisal bin Abdulaziz al-Saud (R), Foreign Minister of Saudi Arabia, and members of his delegation attend a meeting of Arab foreign ministers in the Egyptian Red Sea resort of Sharm El-Sheikh on March 26, 2015, ahead of the annual Arab League summit. (AFP/File)
09:10 GMT
As Riyadh positions itself to become the regions police force, we must ask ourselves what good has come of Saudi Arabia positioning itself as a major political broker in the past?
Majdi Al-Sharif's touching family reunion on stage. (Image: MBC screenshot)
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The show was much less about Elissa this time as a touching, surprise family reunion takes place on the X Factor Arabia stage.
US Under Secretary for Political Affairs Wendy Sherman (L), US Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz (2nd L), US Secretary of State John Kerry (C), British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond (2nd R) wait to start a meeting with P5+1, European Union and Iranian officials as part of talks on Iran's nuclear program at the Beau Rivage Palace Hotel March 30, 2015 in Lausanne. (AFP/File)
08:58 GMT
A new round of talks with P5+1 countries has kicked off in the Swiss city of Lausanne to try to narrow down differences during the negotiation phase in an attempt to reach a final deal.
Yemeni Shiite Houthi rebels and supporters take part in a demonstration in the southwestern city of Taez against the Saudi-led military intervention in the country, on March 29, 2015. (AFP/File)
08:38 GMT
Yemen's acting foreign minister Riyad Yassin emphasized the importance of dialogue in resolving the Yemen crisis.
The embattled Syrian president also said he believed he still held popular support among his people, and brushed off recent claims by rights groups and rebels that his regime had launched a chemical attack on rebel-held areas of Idlib earlier this month, which monitors say killed a family of six including three children. (AFP/File)
08:25 GMT
In a televised interview with American media channel CBS news, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said US airstrikes inside the country against Daesh militants had done little to deter the group's growth, claiming some 1,000 fresh recruits joining its ranks monthly.
Lebanon has been split in support over the Saudi-led airstrike campaign in Yemen, with the Shiite militia group Hezbollah condemning the intervention and Lebanon's Future Movement siding with Saudi leadership. (AFP/File)
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Lebanese Foreign Minister Gebran Bassil urged Lebanon's Future Movement and Hezbollah group not to take sides in the Yemen conflict, as both have expressed opposing stances on the Saudi-led airstrike campaign against the Shiite Houthi rebels and left Lebanon divided.
Rock group 30 Seconds to Mars is delaying their Dubai gig until the fall. (Image: Facebook)
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So sad. Now we have to wait an extra five months to see rock band 30 Seconds to Mars in concert in the UAE.
Green alternatives for building construction offer better durability and can reduce the carbon footprint of concrete by up to 45 percent. (Image: Shutterstock)
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Dubai announced that from April, all new buildings must use green alternatives for original Portland cement (OPC), the major component of concrete mix that is found to emit toxic gases.
Gal wasn't nervous about meeting Ben Affleck for the first time. (Image: Algemeiner.com)
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Gal Gadot, who will play Wonder Woman in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, doesn't get wobbly knees over meeting Hollywood actors.
Najwa Karam rockin' the stage in Kuwait. (Image: Facebook)
07:44 GMT
Epic artists Najwa Karam and Majed Al Mohandes were just two of the stars that made for some magical closing concerts for "Febrayer Al Kuwait".
Residents told Reuters new strikes appeared to be targeting diplomatic sites in Yemen's capital Sanaa, where the Shiite rebel group has been steadily tightening its control since an initial siege last September. (AFP/File)
07:41 GMT
In the fifth day of a Saudi-led airstrike campaign in Yemen, residents say overnight strikes targeting diplomatic centers in the capital Sanaa.
Clinton affirmed that Israel must never become a "partisan issue" in the US. (AFP/File)
07:37 GMT
Former Secretary of State and presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton encouraged improving US-Israeli relations to "get back to basic shared concerns and interests."
Rebel forces set the Syrian flag alight. Idlib is the second provincial capital to be seized from central government control. (Image: AFP/File)
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Following the abandonment of Idlib by Syrian government troops, the 'Army of Conquest' coalition of rebels declares the provincial capital as its seat of government.
Faia Younan's video with her sister for "To Our Countries" has had over 1.9 million YouTube views. (Image: YouTube Screenshot)
07:00 GMT
This rising Middle Eastern star wants to make it her own way, ISIS, they’re just like us! Plus, the arab woman's stone ceiling.
Hammond said a deal was within reach late Saturday, adding that a successful departure from the negotiations would be in everyone's interest, making it more feasible. (AFP/File)
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As a March 31 deadline closes in in Switzerland, EU diplomats and Iranian officials have suggested a successful nuclear deal is closer than ever, with UK Foreign Minister Philip Hammond joining the list of hopefuls late Sunday.
Netherlands' Minister of Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation, Lilianne Ploumen (L), rides a bicycle at the UN-run Zaatari refugee camp, north east of the Jordanian capital Amman. (AFP/Khalil Mazraawi)
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Netherlands' Minister of Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation, Lilianne Ploumen (L), rides a bicycle at the UN-run Zaatari refugee camp, north east of the Jordanian capital Amman.
Oman Air, the flag carrier of the Sultanate, said its total revenue rose four per cent to RO398.3 million ($1.03 billion) in 2014 when compared to the same period a year ago.
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Oman Air, the flag carrier of the Sultanate, has ordered 20 Boeing 737 aircraft as part of a plan to double its fleet to 70 planes by 2020.
A Kuwaiti minister said Sunday that 78 states confirmed their participation in a conference for the support of the Syrian people. (AFP/File)
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A Kuwaiti minister said Sunday that 78 states confirmed their participation in a conference for the support of the Syrian people.
Karim Benzema
05:46 GMT
The France international is confident club success can bring him individual recognition and says Barcelona could struggle against Paris Saint-Germain
Beczala, Voronkov and the Czech National Symphony Orchestra performed with the utmost passion and earned very loud applauses and cheers. (Image: Freundederkuenste.de)
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Polish opera superstar Piotr Beczala gave a mesmerizing performance in Oman over the weekend.
Syrians wait to receive food from a charity distribution vehicle in the Yarmouk Palestinian refugee camp, on the southern outskirts of Damascus, on Feb. 23, 2015. (AFP/File)
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Only 4 percent of emergency work in Syria for Palestinian refugees has been funded so far this year, the UN said Sunday.
Palestinians fire rockets at Israel from Gaza during last summer's conflict. (AFP/File)
05:00 GMT
A Hamas engineer known as the "father of rockets" was charged with conspiracy to commit murder, arms manufacture and possession of weapons.

March 29, 2015

Oman team celebrate winning the title (picture courtesy of @Omanfa)
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Oman, the newly crowned Asian beach soccer champions, returned to a hero's welcome on Sunday with the Oman Football Association (OFA) and the members of the team dedicating the title to His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said.
French rescue workers gather in front of a memorial for the victims of the Germanwings air crash in Le Vernet, France. (AFP/Jeff Pachoud)
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A team of Israeli rescue and recovery experts will travel to the French Alps to help gather the remains of the Germanwings crash victims.
Thirteen people, most of them Syrian nationals, were killed in a traffic accident Sunday. (Screenshot: Twitter)
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Thirteen people, most of them Syrian nationals, were killed in a traffic accident Sunday.
The Palestinian Authority is not expected to take steps against Israel in the ICC regarding settlements in the West Bank. (Creative Commons)
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Following Israel's decision on Friday to release frozen tax revenues, the Palestinian Authority is not expected to take steps against Israel in the ICC.
Afghan police walk around a destroyed U.S. military vehicle at the site of a suicide attack in Kabul on May 16, 2013. (AFP/Massoud Hosseini)
18:25 GMT
A suicide attack that targeted an Afghan lawmaker in Kabul killed three, including a child, and wounded the parliament member.
Highlighting that a total of 7.6 million houses across the country were advertised for rent in 2014, Erilkun said the rental business is the heart of the real estate sector.
18:23 GMT
Rental prices in Turkey's most populous province, İstanbul, have doubled since 2010, according to a recent study carried out by a real estate consultancy firm.
Senior world officials joined thousands of Tunisians in a rally denouncing extremism Sunday, less than two weeks after an attack on the national museum. (Screenshot: Twitter)
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Senior world officials joined thousands of Tunisians in a rally denouncing extremism Sunday, less than two weeks after an attack on the national museum.
And although no one would like to dwell on such a tragic scenario, having some safeguards in place can guarantee that your family stay afloat — at least financially.
17:36 GMT
Your premiums can skyrocket as you get old — and if you’ve any health issues.
Yemeni tribal members opposed to the Shiite Huthi militia gather in Shabwa province, on Feb. 23, 2015. (AFP/File)
17:34 GMT
At least 38 people were killed Sunday when Yemen's tribesmen attacked rebel positions in an oil-rich area.
Peter Wessels
17:17 GMT
The Abu Dhabi Wilson Tennis Cup served up a final day feast for players and fans at Zayed Sports City’s International Tennis Centre on Friday, as the third edition of the annual tournament drew to a close with the Men’s Open final.
French-US oil services giant Schlumberger Ltd. was fined $232.7 million by the Justice Department Wednesday for violating sanctions on Iran and Sudan.
16:27 GMT
According to the charges, the company's Texas-based drilling and measurements unit provided services to Iran and Sudan between 2004 and 2010 and tried to hide the fact from authorities.
A handout picture released by the official website of Iran's presidency office shows Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad visits Natanz uranium enrichment facilities some 300 kms, south of the capital Tehran on April 8, 2008. (AFP/File)
16:17 GMT
Western diplomats said Iran and six world powers have reached a provisional agreement on key parts of a nuclear deal Sunday.
Bernie Ecclestone
15:55 GMT
In a bid to rescue the sport's plunging unpopularity, Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone has put forward the idea for an all-woman Formula One championship, but it has been shot down by the sport's best-known female racer.
The Jordanian mass media should move toward an agenda more in tune with national interests, rather than serve as "government mouthpieces," experts said Saturday. (AFP/File)
15:18 GMT
The Jordanian mass media should move toward an agenda more in tune with national interests, rather than serve as "government mouthpieces," experts said Saturday.
Majed Al Mohandes' flowers from Sherine. (Image: Twitter)
15:06 GMT
Sherine is keen on fellow performer Majed Al Mohandes. The Egyptian songstress sent her talented Iraqi pal a bouquet of flowers before his big gig at “Febrayer Al Kuwait".
Horses, what horses? All eyes were on this guest at the Meydan racecourse. Her eye-catching hat was covered with big and small peepers! Pity the people seated behind her.
15:05 GMT
Exceptional hats were on parade at the 20th annual Dubai World Cup.
The number of female DJs in Beirut is on the rise, bringing their own unique energy and sound to the city's nightclub scene. (Image: Flickr)
14:30 GMT
Female DJs find the beat in Beirut, The Islamic State’s Strategy in Libya, and ballet in Egypt
The project has stoked controversy over the Israeli cable car's planned route, which passes through parts of mostly Arab east Jerusalem.
14:21 GMT
"To avoid any political interpretation, Suez Environnement has decided not to take part in this project," it said.
Jockey Richard Kingscote rides Brown Panther to win the Dubai Gold Cup race
14:13 GMT
Brown Panther raced away from the field early in the straight to win the Dubai Gold Cup by three-and-a-quarter lengths and give connections including ex-England, Liverpool, Real Madrid and Manchester United football star Michael Owen success with their first runner at the Dubai World Cup meeting.
The villas will be used for family visits in an attempt to preserve some semblance of home life. (Shutterstock)
14:00 GMT
Qatar will build two villas at the central prison in an attempt to help rehabilitate inmates by encouraging family visits and providing social experts to discuss personal issues.
The video has not been verified as of yet. (AFP/File)
13:30 GMT
Daesh released a new video showing the execution of eight Alawite Syrian soldiers in Hama.
US Secretary of State John Kerry waits for the start of a trilateral meeting at the Beau Rivage Palace Hotel in Lausanne on March 28, 2015. (AFP/File)
13:00 GMT
US Secretary of State John Kerry canceled his trip to Boston to clinch the P5+1 deal.
Unless these topics are related directly to the job and where your declaration of ideology is a must, better stay focused on topics that are related to the tasks, the company, your experience, etc.
12:37 GMT
If you must share your views during the interview, make sure to assure the employer the views remain yours.
Smoke billows from the site of an explosion that hit an arms depot in Yemen's second city of Aden on March 28, 2015. (AFP/Saleh al-Obeidi)
12:29 GMT
A Saudi-led coalition airstrike killed 27 civilians, including 15 children, in a northern residential district in Sanaa on Thursday.
The ambassador mentioned that the CPEC would also boost the economies of the Gulf states by increasing the trade volume and huge savings in freight.
12:18 GMT
As of now, 60 per cent of China’s imported oil comes from the Middle East, and 80 per cent of that is transported to China through the dangerous Strait of Malacca.
If Ahlam is forced to leave Arab Idol, will she move onto the judging panel of another talent competition? (Image: Albawaba file)
12:11 GMT
Rumor has it that Ahlam isn't coming back to Season 4 of Arab Idol.
Swedish King Gustaf sent a letter to the Saudi Arabia's King Salman, reassuring him of Sweden's commitment to bilateral relations between the two countries. (AFP/File)
12:00 GMT
Saudi Arabia's ambassador to Sweden will return to Stockholm after having been recalled following a failed weapons deal which spurred a diplomatic feud between the two countries.
A general views shows Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi (C-back) attending the Arab League summit in Egypt's Red Sea resort of Sharm El-Sheikh on March 28, 2015. (AFP/File)
11:47 GMT
Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi announced at the Arab League Summit that members states have agreed in principle to formulating a joint military force to deal with security threats to the region.
US Secretary of State John Kerry (L) waits to start a meeting with Iranian officials at the Beau Rivage Palace Hotel March 29, 2015 in Lausanne. (AFP/File)
11:00 GMT
As the deadline for the P5+1 nuclear deal rapidly approaches, a senior EU official has stressed that a potential agreement has never been in closer reach.
Iran President Hassan Rouhani's regime has been criticized for its shaky record on press freedom. (Image: AFP/File)
10:25 GMT
While covering the nuclear talks in Switzerland, Amir Hossein Mottaghi, who managed Iran President Rouhani's election campaign, allegedly defects.