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Potential setback for Egyptian political parties in Gulf countries
Kuwaiti riot police late Monday used batons to beat up opposition protesters.
The jailed Shiite medics called their action “The Lost Justice,” and have stopped taking food and medicine.
Iranian leaders speak out on war with Israel ahead of UN General Assembly meeting
Iran could launch a pre-emptive strike if Israel prepares to attack it
Saudi women allowed to travel within Gulf without guardians’ approval, while Iranian woman beats Muslim cleric for criticising her outfit
Multinational armada in the Arab Gulf while Iran tests its defences
Bahraini uprising continues, as the tear gas covers Manama
Warnings over a possible Israeli strike against Hezbollah’s major ally
UNHCR expresses concern over abuse by smugglers
As yet unknown but presumably well organised group responsible
The dilemma surrounding Issam Al-Houti comes to an end
Selling weapons worth $66.3 billion overseas, the US arms sales triple
One who follows Iranian movements in Egypt will know that Iran is very desperate to have positive diplomatic relations with Egypt
The verdict of the thirteen men and an additional seven being tried in absentia will be read on 4 September
Opposition calling for mass protests, demanding changing electoral law
Ahmadinejad to attend the OIC summit in Saudi Arabia
Paris (AFP) — Faltering economic growth will undercut global oil demand this year and next, the International Energy Agency said Friday, citing slowdowns in China and the United States in particular. “Sluggish economic growth could restrict annual oil demand growth to 0.9 million barrels per day in 2012 and 0.8 mbpd in 2013, with demand …
Dubai (AFP) – Bahrain said Sunday it has reinstated its ambassador in Iran, more than a year after recalling the envoy over Tehran’s strong condemnation of Manama’s brutal crackdown on Shiite-led protests. “The ambassador of the kingdom to the Islamic Republic of Iran has returned to his work in Tehran,” announced Foreign Minister Sheikh Khaled …
Authorities make some concessions to rights groups but crackdown against opposition continues
This latest bombing in Yemen highlights the fragile state of Yemen’s security
The move came after Bahraini authorities banned public demonstrations by Bahraini political association
A commander in the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps is accusing Saudi Arabia, Yemen, and the United Arab Emirates of supporting Somali piracy.
Scores of activists and members of Al-Islah rounded up by Emirati police
Sheikh Rashed Ibn Abdullah Al-Khalifa has ordered an investigation into violations of personal rights committed during crack-downs on protesters
Iranian authorities arrest suspects for the assassination of Iranian nuclear scientists.
Officials request an investigation into an incident which left one Indian national dead
Well-known pro-democracy activist, Zainab Al Khawaja, was injured in the thigh after being hit by a tear gas canister fired by police.