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Saudi Arabia's Neom megacity: desert destination or futuristic flop?

22 March, 2018

In-depth: Can Saudi Arabia's planned megacity Neom function as an economically successful hub in the desert, asks Stasa Salacanin.

Oman opens new $1.8 billion airport

22 March, 2018

An ultra-modern airport in Oman's capital Muscat has opened, which the sultanate hopes will boost tourism in a post-oil age.

Iran rejects any change to nuclear deal: official

17 March, 2018

Iran's secretary of the Supreme National Security Council said his country will not accept any changes to the nuclear deal.

'Saudi-Houthi secret talks' jeopardise legitimacy of Yemen's government

17 March, 2018

Reported secret talks between the Saudi-led coalition and the Houthi rebels are putting the Yemeni government, currently exiled in Riyadh, on the back-foot.

Houthi leader denies secret talks with Riyadh

16 March, 2018

Both the coalition and a senior Houthi leader denied they were holding talks with Riyadh to end the Yemen war.

Palestinians boycott Jared Kushner's White House conference on Gaza

14 March, 2018

No Palestinians were present but Israel and Arab nations Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Qatar, Oman, Egypt and Jordan were all in attendance.

Syria regime has 'dedicated helicopter team for chemical attacks'

12 March, 2018

The Syrian military has a team dedicated to carrying out chemical attacks in the besieged Eastern Ghouta region, according to a news report from an opposition-aligned website.

US warns Syrian regime against carrying out gas attacks

12 March, 2018

The warning came amid reports that Bashar al-Assad's forces have used chlorine gas in the rebel-held district of Eastern Ghouta.

Oman begins to evict single men from residential areas

08 March, 2018

Council workers in Muscat have issued eviction notices to single men in parts of Oman's capital, and ordered to move to specific areas of the city.

The Middle East's women are championing their own change

07 March, 2018

Comment: Discrimination and violence against women remain pervasive and entrenched, but changes are a credit to the region's women human rights defenders, writes Human Rights Watch's Rothna Begum.

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