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Pacific trade ministers have failed to clinch a deal to free up trade between a dozen nations after a dispute flared between Japan and North America over cars, and other issues.
Kurds hope Turkey will not abandon the peace process
For many in Gaza, the effects of the 50-day war with Israel still linger in a damaged healthcare system.
NATO ambassadors have held a rare emergency meeting to review the threat ISIL poses to Turkey.
Critics are worried that the new legislation may endanger the North African nation’s hard-won freedoms.
US president Barack Obama spoke about fostering entrepreneurship and trade with the African state.
US President Barack Obama has told Kenyans that there is “no limit to what you can achieve” but said they had to deepen democracy, tackle corruption and end exclusion based on gender or ethnicity.
Yemen has been rocked by months of fighting between Houthi Shia rebels and Hadi loyalists.
John Kerry has mounted a defence of the Iran nuclear deal, telling members of Congress that rejection of the accord would give Tehran “a great big green light” to swiftly accelerate its nuclear programme.
The Turkish government has defended its decision to carry out air strikes on ISIL targets in Syria and Kurdish targets in northern Iraq.
Indians, who are traditionally the biggest market for individual buyers of gold, are buying less.
One consequence of the Iran nuclear deal could be a weapons build-up in the region.
An analysis of what opportunities lie ahead for Iran after striking a nuclear deal with world leaders.
OPEC foreign ministers meeting in Vienna have decided to keep oil production at 30 million barrels a day, despite falling oil prices.
The country’s struggling small businesses, a shrinking client base and new austerity measures make for a hard future ahead.
There will be no reduction in wages as a result of shorter hours, the Ministry of Labour announced...
Holy month is likely to start on June 18, with gov't employees working 9am to 2pm
With the theme 'Creating a Regional Framework for Prosperity and Peace through Public-Private...
King Abdullah II says projects will be delivered via public private partnerships; part of new...
Prominent firms stump up support for new youth unemployment target for WEF’s Regional Business...
Gordon Brown says public-private partnerships needed to drive urgently needed infrastructure...
Aramex chief Fadi Ghandour says youth unemployment is biggest challenge and biggest opportunity...
Riyadh's new rulers enjoy more scope to make dramatic and unexpected interventions than their...
Organisations seeking donations to help provide relief to thousands of victims
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Real estate Agents have to paint a rosy picture no matter what. They do not live in a real world. However sooner or later reality sinks in with over supply... more
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The next step should be to increase utility prices. Too much electricity is wasted in air conditioning and lighting. If prices are doubled, then people... more
I would love to give my employees off at least on Sunday, but unfortunately, we are restricted by market conditions... I have customers that will be open... more
There is nothing “amusing” about watching depressed marine mammals circling in barren concrete tanks and forced to perform demeaning tricks. Keep SeaWorld... more