Iran must commit to a verifiable freeze of at least 10 years on sensitive nuclear activity for a landmark atomic deal to be reached, but the odds are still against sealing a final agreement, US President Barack Obama told Reuters on Monday.
A British citizen being sued for $5 million by a subsidiary of Bahrain-based Gulf Finance House (GFH) claims he is still waiting to be interviewed by police or prosecutors in Dubai, according to a statement issued on his behalf.
Reach Out To Asia (Rota), a Qatar-based educational not-for-profit organisation, is set to conduct an interviewing process to screen the more than 975 online registration applications for a youth conference taking place this month in Doha.
Tunisia is looking to welcome new technologies and partnerships with International Oil Companies (IOCs), that can be effectively integrated into existing projects, said a senior official.
Mohamed Akrout, CEO of state-owned Tunisia
The Muslim Brotherhood should be part of Egypt's political future and must stop inciting violence, the country's foreign minister said on Sunday, a day after the group accused security forces of killing 72 of its supporters in the street
Egyptian tycoon Naguib Sawiris, whose family controls the sprawling Orascom corporate empire, says he and his brothers will be "investing in Egypt like never before" after the ousting of a president he accused of bullying opponents to
Fugitive former US intelligence contractor Edward Snowden will likely accept asylum in Venezuela to escape prosecution in the United States, said Glenn Greenwald, the US journalist who first published the secret documents that Snowden leaked.
Over 2,000 Kuwaiti job-seekers attended a three-day walk-in interviews event organised by Viva, a telecom operator in Kuwait.
The event was held at the Hotel Missoni from June 25 and granted the candidates the opportunity to submi
Sunni Muslim-ruled Gulf states are often wary of subversion from their powerful Shi'ite neighbour Iran, but Dubai's veteran police chief reserves most of his wrath for the "dictators" of the Muslim Brotherhood.
Digital multimedia is set to explode in coming years, with experts predicting that 90 per cent of all content on the Web will take the form of video by 2015, said Google’s industry head of the Gulf.
Alfonso de Gaetano of Google spoke with