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Iraq a ‘black hole’ for billions in US arms

24 May, 2017

The US army has lost track of over $1 billion worth of arms in Iraq and Kuwait revealing severe shortcomings in monitoring the flow of weapons in volatile conflict zones.

'Fake-news' hack: pre-emptive strike on Qatar's independent foreign policy?

24 May, 2017

The New Arab analyses: The crisis spurred by false statements published by the hacked account of the Qatar National News agency could be an orchestrated attempt to contain Doha's influence.

Kuwait reinstates citizenship for opposition figures after government 'truce'

23 May, 2017

Seven members of Kuwait's opposition who were stripped of their citizenship since 1991, were reinstated as citizens of the Gulf state on Monday, after a government decree.

'Middle Eastern employers must stop abusing women': Ghana lawyer

22 May, 2017

A lawyer has recommended that women under 30 should be prevented from travelling to the Middle East in order to prevent a rising trend in sexual abuse, torture and slavery.

Iran is ready to gift peace to Middle East

22 May, 2017

Comment: Iran is willing to fight terrorism and resolve the war in Syria, Mohammad Javad Zarif writes in an exclusive opinion article for The New Arab.

Kuwaiti lawmaker: 'deport expat teachers!'

18 May, 2017

Al-Shaheen’s comments come as the Kuwait government is trying to recruit expat teachers, placing a specific emphasis on hiring Palestinian teachers.

Washington's love-fest with Riyadh comes out into the open

18 May, 2017

Comment: The US-Saudi relationship has always been a fundamental, if understated feature of both countries' foreign policies. But Trump is about to make the implicit, explicit, writes Robert Springborg.

Saudi Arabia counting down the seconds until Trump arrives

17 May, 2017

Saudi Arabia is literally counting down the days, hours, minutes and seconds until Donald Trump lands in the kingdom for his first overseas trip as US president this weekend.

The Washington-Riyadh love-fest finally comes out into the open

17 May, 2017

Comment: The US-Saudi relationship has always been a fundamental, if understated feature of both countries' foreign policies. But Trump is about to make the implicit, explicit, writes Robert Springborg.

GCC: Aden-based Southern Transitional Council 'doomed to fail'

16 May, 2017

The Aden-based Southern Transitional Council, announced by the dismissed governor of the temporary capital last week, is 'doomed to fail', a Kuwaiti official said.

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