US authorities are investigating London-based Standard Chartered for potential US sanctions violations connected to its banking for Iranian-controlled entities in Dubai, according to people familiar with the probe.
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The report into the turbulent bidding process for the rights to host the next two World Cups cannot be made fully public for legal reasons, though excerpts of it may be, Fifa's ethics judge Hans-Joachim Eckert said.
Saudi Arabian authorities have ordered a probe into a wall collapse incident which claimed the lives of six construction workers in the Makkah region of the kingdom, said a report.
The workers, mostly Indian and Pakistani national
Issues facing expatriate Indians, such as wages and living conditions, will be the focus of a meeting next month.
Indian lawyers in GCC countries including Bahrain will meet India's External Affairs and Overseas Indian Affairs
FIFA ethics committee investigator Michael Garcia has completed his probe into the controversial bidding process for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups, awarded to Russia and Qatar respectively, and handed in a 350-page report.
Egypt is investigating jailed ex-president Mohamed Mursi in connection with documents that judicial investigators say were leaked to the Qatar-based Al Jazeera satellite news channel, said security sources.
Relations between Qatar
Hamas leaders said on Saturday they had given their consent for the Palestinians to join the International Criminal Court (ICC), a move that could open up both Israel and the militant group to war crime probes over the fighting in Gaza.
The investigation into the sudden suspension of former Ras Al Khaimah national carrier RAK Airways’ operations on January 1 of this year, has been extended by six months after the initial three-month time f
US President Barack Obama piled pressure on Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday to force pro-Russian separatists to stop blocking an international investigation into the shootdown of a passenger jet last week.
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Saudi Arabia's Islamic Affairs Ministry is investigating 17 mosque imams in the capital Riyadh for not using their Friday sermons to denounce an Al Qaeda attack this month, the English daily Arab News reported on Saturday.