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Iran reacts to the Arab League’s latest accusations

While the new phase of western intervention in the Middle East has made the region prone to more instability, some of the Arab countries still prefer to keep their focus on Iran. The Arab League’s recent allegations against the Islamic Republic has sparked Iran’s clear reaction.

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The Global Oil Market Is About to Be Upended

Bahrain discovered the first oil on the Arab side of the Gulf in 1932. It took a long time for the small island to find anything of similar significance, but its recent announcement of an enormous shale oil resource under its shallow waters should not be underestimated: Commercial offshore shale oil production would be a first for the worldwide industry.

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Iran clarifies its position on Syria ahead of the trilateral Ankara summit

Turkey’s capital Ankara is hosting the presidents of Iran, Russia and Turkey to discuss the latest developments in Syria, coordinating their efforts to find a political solution for the Arab country’s complicated conflict. Ahead of the summit, Iranian officials made clear some parts of their approach regarding the issue.

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Yemen’s Houthi rebels fire ballistic missile at Riyadh

Houthi rebels have told Al Jazeera they fired a long-range ballistic missile towards the Saudi capital, Riyadh, in retaliation to three years of air strikes that had decimated Yemen, the Arab world’s poorest country.

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Venezuela Demands UN Cease ‘Politicization’ of Syrian Conflict

Venezuela is demanding that the United Nations Human Rights Council end its “politicization” of the situation in Syria, and insisting the international community support the Arab country in its fight against terrorism.

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Saudi-led bloc modifies its demands of Doha as the Qataris show no sign of compliance

The diplomatic spat between Qatar and a Saudi-led bloc of four Arab nations is still going on with Doha refusing to accept the demands raised by the Arab quartet. However, it seems that the Saudis and their partners are willing to modify a little their demands of Doha.

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Saudi-led bloc modifies its demands from Doha as the Qataris show no sign of compliance

The diplomatic spat between Qatar and a Saudi-led bloc of four Arab nations is still going on with Doha refusing to accept the demands raised by the Arab quartet.

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Russian Senators Ratify Protocol to Agreement on Air Group Deployment in Syria

Russian senators ratified on Wednesday a protocol to an agreement with Syria on the deployment of the Russian Armed Forces aviation group in the Arab Republic.

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Russian Senators Ratify Protocol to Agreement on Air Group Deployment in Syria

Russian senators ratified on Wednesday a protocol to an agreement with Syria on the deployment of the Russian Armed Forces aviation group in the Arab Republic.

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Yemen’s cholera death toll rises to 1,500, says World Health Organisation

The death toll from Cholera epidemic in the Arab country Yemen has increased to 1500. World Health Organization (WHO) representative, Navio Jagaria, gave information and appealed for more help to avoid the outbreak of epidemic.

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Strict Saudi demands dim hopes for a quick settlement of the Qatar crisis

In the latest development regarding the diplomatic spat between Qatar and some other Arab nations, it was announced today that Saudi Arabia and its allies have delivered a list of their expectations to the Qatari officials. However, observers express doubt whether those demands could even be applicable.

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Qatar Crisis is ‘the First Real Failure’ of US Policy in Middle East

The current diplomatic crisis between Qatar and other Arab states is the first actual failure of Washington’s policy in the region, according to Alexander Aksenenok, an expert at the Russian International Affairs Council think-tank.

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Ali Sherif al-Emadi: Sanctions will not harm economy

Qatar can easily defend its economy and currency against sanctions by other Arab states, Qatari finance minister Ali Sherif al-Emadi told CNBC television in an interview broadcast on Monday.

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Ali Sherif al-Emadi: Sanctions will not harm economy

Qatar can easily defend its economy and currency against sanctions by other Arab states, Qatari finance minister Ali Sherif al-Emadi told CNBC television in an interview broadcast on Monday.

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Ali Sherif al-Emadi: Sanctions will not harm economy

Qatar can easily defend its economy and currency against sanctions by other Arab states, Qatari finance minister Ali Sherif al-Emadi told CNBC television in an interview broadcast on Monday.

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Sigmar Gabriel: Gulf crisis could lead to war

The dispute between Qatar and other Arab states could lead to war, Sigmar Gabriel, German foreign minister, has told a newspaper.

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