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Iran unveils new details on the attack against its oil tanker

The attack on Iran’s oil tanker in the red sea was the latest sign of growing tensions in the Middle East, but unlike the previous incidents for Saudi Arabia and the UAE, got little international attention.

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Imminent agreement to hand over Aden to Saudi Arabia

UAE-backed separatists and Abdrabbuh Mansur Hadi are about to reach an agreement to end months of tension in the country’s interim capital, Aden, reported Reuters on Monday.

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Analysts evaluation on recent US military decision

The US is sending reinforcements to Saudi Arabia and UAE to protect what it believes to be its own assets, and put additional pressure on Iran, increasing the risk of a sudden and devastating regional war, analysts told RT.

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Israel delivered UAE, Saudi message to US to stop strike on Iran

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Saudi Arabia likely asked US President Donald Trump not to attack Iran, Arab 48 reported yesterday, citing diplomatic sources from both countries.

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The geoeconomics of CPEC

GRAPPLING with a crippling economic crisis at home, Pakistan is compelled to tread slowly and carefully in the emerging geoeconomics and politics of the region.

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UAE Energy Minister says will continue supply cuts until market is re-balanced

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) will continue to deliver on crude oil supply cuts under a producer agreement until the global market is re-balanced, Minister of Energy and Industry Suhail al-Mazrouei said on Sunday.

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UN jet ‘to evacuate’ 50 wounded Houthi fighters to Oman

A Saudi-UAE coalition fighting Yemen’s Houthi movement says 50 wounded fighters will be evacuated for treatment to Oman’s Muscat in a plane belonging to the United Nations.

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Azerbaijan intends to expand geography of exports to Persian Gulf (Exclusive)

Azerbaijan plans to send two export missions to the UAE by the end of 2018 in order to expand the geography of exports of its products to the Persian Gulf markets, the Trade Representative of Azerbaijan in Dubai Elnur Aliyev told Trend.

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US Congress reviews arms sales to Saudi Arabia and UAE

On Tuesday, US sources revealed that President Donald Trump’s administration, which is working on increasing arms exports, has asked Congress to review the sale of more than 12,000 precision munitions to the Saudi and UAE allies.

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Human Rights Watch Urges UAE to Clarify Dubai Ruler’s Daughter Status

Human Rights Watch (HRW) has urged the United Arab Emirates (UAE) authorities to reveal the whereabouts of Sheikha Latifa, the daughter of the Dubai ruler, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, after the woman reportedly failed to flee the country.

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S. Korea’s defense minister leaves for UAE to discuss defense industry cooperation

South Korean Defense Minister Song Young-moo left for the United Arab Emirates (UAE) on Sunday for a four-day visit to discuss ways to strengthen military cooperation.

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Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid invites Saad Hariri to visit UAE next month

Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri has been invited to visit the UAE to attend next month’s Arab Media Forum.

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New Energy Competiton? OPEC to Meet US Shale Oil Producers

The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) is meeting US shale oil producers to discuss and compare forecasts for the oil market, but their participation in production’s cuts is out of the question, UAE Energy Minister Suhail Mazrouei told Sputnik adding that he had no high expectations from the meeting.

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Iran Eyes Qatar, Oman As Trade Hub To Replace UAE

Political tension has forced Iran to consider replacing the United Arab Emirates (UAE), its traditional trade hub, with Qatar and Oman, China’s Xinhua news agency reported.

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Emerging Gulf State cyber security powerhouse growing rapidly in size, revenue

A little-known cyber security company in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) recruiting executives who have worked for Western intelligence services is turning over hundreds of millions of dollars a year, largely in contracts with the government, according to its chief executive.

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Emerging Gulf State cyber security powerhouse growing rapidly in size, revenue

A little-known cyber security company in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) recruiting executives who have worked for Western intelligence services is turning over hundreds of millions of dollars a year, largely in contracts with the government, according to its chief executive.

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