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Not so neutral: This week in Middle East football

29 August, 2017

The latest from this week's Asian Champions League quarterfinals.

UK secures use of Oman naval base in Duqm

29 August, 2017

UK Defence Minister Michael Fallon visited Oman to cement a raft of military agreements with the sultanate, including the use of Duqm port for naval ships.

Feet up, hands off - driving in Oman

28 August, 2017

A growing number of young Omanis are switching on cruise control, lying back and letting their feet do the work, but the practice of 'hand-less driving' has alarmed experts.

Can Gulf states ever cooperate over oil production?

28 August, 2017

Comment: Cooperating to develop shared oil fields could aid diplomacy, but the absence of mutual trust means 'unitisation' has not yet been a success in the Gulf, writes Pierre Fabiani.

Qatar to officially launch blockade-busting port after Eid

27 August, 2017

Qatar has announced the official launch of the Hamad Port in the first week of September, which is already being used to circumvent a blockade enforced on the country.

Eight, including three Saudis, drown at Pakistan beach

27 August, 2017

A family of five and the son of Saudi Arabia's vice-consul general to Pakistan have drowned while bathing in stormy waters off Karachi.

Oman's foggy cool monsoon season and festival draws tourists

25 August, 2017

A 60-day festival in Oman draw hundreds of thousands of visitors in celebration of Oman’s cultural diversity of Arab, African, and Asian roots intertwined by the summer rain clouds.

Danish FM admits selling mass-surveillance technology to Saudi Arabia

21 August, 2017

Denmark's foreign minister has for the first time acknowledged that the government allowed the sale of surveillance technology to authoritarian Arab governments, including Saudi Arabia and the UAE.

Bidding wars: This week in Middle East football

20 August, 2017

Morocco has thrown its hat into the ring to host the 2026 World Cup, but face a challenge from a US-Canada-Mexico super-bloc who want to bring football back to America.

Kuwait's Korean conundrum

18 August, 2017

Comment: Kuwait finds itself in a difficult position, hoping to preserve its close alliance with Washington while still maintaining diplomatic and economic relations with North Korea, writes Giorgio Cafiero.

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