Mounting toll in Iraq protests as Internet cut again

BAGHDAD: A mounting death toll in Baghdad and across southern Iraq coupled with reimposed Internet restrictions sparked concerns yesterday that anti-government protests...

Yemen govt, separatists sign accord

RIYADH: (Rear, from left) Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al-Nahyan, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and...

Qatar eyes polls, hails economy despite boycott

DOHA: Qatar's ruler said yesterday his gas-rich Gulf state has overcome the economic impact of a regional embargo and will be ready...

Saudis scramble to raise cash for Aramco share sale

RIYADH: From tapping lenders to selling personal assets, Saudis are scrambling to raise cash to invest in Aramco stocks after the oil...

UAE announces new oil, gas finds, overtakes Kuwait

ABU DHABI: The United Arab Emirates, a leading OPEC producer, yesterday announced "significant" oil and gas discoveries and launched a new pricing...

Iran marks 1979 US embassy siege, boosts enriched uranium production

TEHRAN: With anti-American slogans and effigies mocking President Donald Trump, thousands rallied outside the former US embassy in Tehran yesterday to mark...

Lebanon protests rage on as politicians stall

BEIRUT: Demonstrators in Lebanon blocked key roads and prevented some public institutions from opening yesterday after mass rallies showed political promises had...

Iraq forces fire on protesters

BAGHDAD: Iraqi security forces fired live rounds yesterday at anti-government protesters in Baghdad, hours after four demonstrators were shot dead outside the...

In Lebanon’s sweeping protests, hard-hit Tripoli sets the tempo

'Capital of the north' dogged by chronic poverty, unemployment TRIPOLI: Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Al-Hariri's resignation has failed to...

Saudi oil giant Aramco heads for record-setting market debut

Foreign float on hold - IPO plans to create world's most valuable listed company DHAHRAN, Saudi Arabia: President...

Iraq protests ramp up, shutting roads, offices and schools

UMM QASR, Iraq: Iraqi protesters block the highway leading to Umm Qasr port during ongoing anti-government demonstrations in southern Iraq yesterday....

Thousands rally to support Aoun

Hezbollah TV channel says Twitter accounts suspended BAABDA: Lebanese protesters stage a mock hanging in a symbolic performance...

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