Egyptian government and IMF to discuss state's troubled post-revolution economy.
Deputy PM Aleksandar Vucic said alliance started after meeting Abu Dhabi's crown prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan
Arsenal are interested in Nigeria teenager Kelechi Iheanacho after the midfielder scored four goals against Mexico at the FIFA Under-17 World Cup.
But refocus on priorities such as nuclear agreement with Iran has angered allies in region.
Iceland tops the list of countries offering women the greatest opportunities in terms of political participation, economic rights and access to education and health, while the UK is ranked 18th.
London 11 meeting told of opposition Syrian National Coalition conditions and Saudi Arabia ends cooperation.
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Father escapes death penalty for beating son with electrical cord because he failed exams.
Arsenal chief scout Steve Rowley will look to find the best talent at the Under-17 World Cup some ten years after seeing Cesc Fabregas in action at the same tournament.
FIFA under pressure after LGBT campaigner Peter Tatchell cautions against an homophobic World Cup.
Shocking measures to be part of routine medical checks on expatriates coming into Gulf.
Afghanistan have qualified for the 2015 World Cup after claiming a memorable seven wicket victory over Kenya.
Israel's Channel 2 reports meetings between Tel Aviv, Gulf and Arab states diplomats ahead of UN General Assembly.
Central bank governor says the country expects $12bn from UAE, Saudi Arabia and Kuwait.
Deposed president could be freed as soon as Thursday.
Holy Grail rapper performing in United Arab Emirates as part of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix festivities.
On 18 August 2013, General Abdul Fattah al-Sisi appeared on Egyptian state television calling the unrest, verging on civil war, which the world has been witnessing since the overthrow of Muslim Brotherhood President Mohammed Morsi on 03 July, "terrorism"
Gulf superpower pledges support to Egypt's military government against 'terrorists'.
Interim government confirms over 500 dead but Muslim Brotherhood says several thousand pro-Morsi protesters killed.
Lyon attacking midfielder would only consider dropping his wage demands for Arsenal, Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas has revealed.
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Dubai’s Real Estate Regulatory Authority found that more than 200 development projects were cancelled between 2009 and 2011
2015 cricket World Cup draw puts Australia, New Zealand and England in one group and India, Pakistan and South Africa in another
Another Bastille Day (14 July) over and this year's pride of place in the military march past went to detachments of the French, Malian and other West African Army forces which had saved Mali from imploding and falling into the hands of Islamic extremists in January 2013. Troops from 13 African nations that had supported France's Opération Serval in Mali, participated in the parade. The United Nations soldiers in their blue berets were led by Mali's Colonel Elisée Jean Dao. The countr...
Uniqul sees a future without wallets, cash and NFC smartphones, letting shoppers pay with just their face.
Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates confirm more cases of deadly coronavirus.
Arsenal take on Vietnam in the second game of their pre-season tour to Asia.
$12bn Gulf state aid enough to sustain economic stability following coup against President Mohamed Morsi.
ETX Capital's market strategist says $8bn aid calmed the markets but it hasn't changed the investment case
The United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia stump up billions in cash and fuel to support interim authorities