EU delays plans to label West Bank settler goods
Haaretz says US Secretary of State, who is trying to revive peace talks, intervened with EU foreign policy chief at Israel's request.
Renewable energy drive gains pace in Morocco: Africa largest wind farm to open in 2014
Kuwait suspends executives over Dow Chemical payment
After ‘The Shard’, Qatar buys stake in Milan skyscraper project
SyrianAir operating at full capacity
Kuwait Airways to acquire 25 Airbus planes
US ups pressure on Tehran: New sanctions target rial, gold imports
Kuwait Airways chooses Airbus over Boeing
Turkey-Kurd oil deal raises eyebrows in Washington and Baghdad
Turkey's long journey as IMF debtor nation ends
Oversupply from North America pushes oil prices lower
Israel cabinet adopts austerity budget with large defence cuts
Sanction-hit Iran seeks lower OPEC output
Kuwait Airways to sign multi-billion-dollar deal with Airbus
Tunisia president calls for reconciliation with businessmen suspected of corruption
Sharjah’s pavilion at ATM draws record number of visitors
Morocco launches world’s largest solar power project
Poverty bites Arab children in East Jerusalem
IMF says Egypt loan negotiations in 'evolving' conditions
Bonanza year for Emirates Airlines
Egypt's forex reserves jump by $1 billion on Libya funds
Qatar seeks 12-percent stake in International Airlines Group
Kuwaitis fume at settlement with Dow Chemical: Wrong deal, wrong end
South Sudan oil returns Sudan's main Heglig facility
Scrapped venture with Dow Chemical costs Kuwait $2.2 billion in damages
Magazine recognizes Prince Alwaleed as one of most powerful individuals
Deal foresees greater cooperation between Etihad, South African Airways
Qatar Airways’ appetite for Airbus A330s grows
Abu Dhabi reviews best practices in construction sector
Progressive planning: Oman caters for welfare of its citizens
Oman's southern capital: From seasonal destination to year-round destination
Tourism Minister: Egypt’s government fully supports sector
Dubai honors its obligations: Full $910 million of maturing bonds repaid
Business confidence in Middle East rises in first quarter of 2013
Australia halts cattle exports to Egypt over ‘mistreatment of cows’
Japan inks nuclear cooperation deal with UAE
Japan seals nuclear cooperation deal with UAE
Japanese-French consortium snatches contract to build Turkish nuclear plant
Is US dependence on Saudi oil coming to an end?
Saudi Arabia calls US push for energy independence ‘naive’
Can Qatar’s media arm win hearts and minds in America?
Analysts say Al-Jazeera, funded by Qatar's royal family, has money to hire solid team of journalists, carve niche in difficult US market.
Qatar's sovereign wealth fund has bought 40-percent stake in new skyscraper project near centre of Milan as part of its property investment portfolio in Europe.
Iran's Farhadi scores Cannes hit with ‘The Past’
Oscar winner’s film, which is one of most-keenly awaited films at Cannes, is Paris-set tale about shifting relationships.
Poor make good use of poll campaign posters in Baghdad
Many Baghdadis are stealing election campaign posters to use them roof covers due to their water-proof quality.
Ahlam: I plan to be Arab World's Oprah Winfrey
Host of MBC’s Arab Idol brushes aside her opulent fashion sense distances her from her grassroots following.
UAE film industry in Cannes
Cannes film festival will see UAE’s best of come alive to promote country’s film industry.
Arab Media Forum in Dubai discusses current challenges
First day of Arab Media Forum hosts discussions on challenges facing media industry in Arab world from perspective of industry professionals.
Abu Dhabi Statistics Conference 2013 draws 550 participants
Chairman of SCAD highlights importance of understanding need to produce high quality statistics in Abu Dhabi.
Soccer emerges as focal point of dissent in Saudi Arabia
In latest assertion of fan power, Facebook page entitled Nasrawi Revolution demands resignation of Prince Faisal bin Turki, owner of storied Riyadh club Al Nasser FC.
Yas Waterworld Abu Dhabi snatches prestigious prize at World Travel Awards
Mega waterpark beats some of region's most iconic tourist attractions including Burj Khalifa, Ski Dubai, other waterparks.
FIFA anti-racism campaign has work cut out for it in Middle East
Only Israel, Iran have taken some, albeit too few, steps to counter discrimination in soccer based on color, religion, ethnicity or sex.
Renowned British physicist joins academic boycott of Israel
British Committee for Universities of Palestine says Hawking has declined invitation to June conference hosted by Shimon Peres.