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Saudi Arabia and Israel 'working together against Iran': Tehran

20 February, 2017

Tehran accused Saudi Arabia and Israel of coordinating actions to damage the Islamic Republic, in the latest tit-for-tat between the rival nations.

Bonanza for arms dealers as UAE defence expo opens

20 February, 2017

The four-day International Defence Exhibition and Conference (IDEX) kicked off Sunday in Abu Dhabi with the United Arab Emirates announcing 21 deals worth more than $1.2 billion.

Trump wants Israel, Arabs to buddy up against Iran

17 February, 2017

Washington is pushing for a new military coalition of Sunni Arab nations, involving intelligence sharing with Israel, in a move against the growing regional presence of Iran.

Yemen War claims new Emirati soldier's life

17 February, 2017

An Emirati soldier has been killed while taking part in a Saudi-led operation in war-torn Yemen, state media reported.

UAE ambassador dies of wounds from Afghanistan bombing

16 February, 2017

An Emirati ambassador to Afghanistan has died from wounds sustained in a bombing in Kandahar last month, which left five other UAE officials dead.

Skyscrapers on Mars? UAE to build planet's first city

15 February, 2017

The United Arab Emirates has locked its focus on Mars, it seems, as the Gulf State's rulers confirm a 100-year national plan to build the first city on Mars.

Boiling tensions: Yemen's pro-coalition forces fight for Aden Airport

13 February, 2017

President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi's forces clashed with UAE-backed factions on Sunday, in bloody fighting that revealed deepening differences within Yemen's pro-coalition ranks.

Somaliland agrees to UAE military base in northern port

13 February, 2017

Somalia's breakaway northern territory of Somaliland has said the United Arab Emirates can establish a military base in its territory.

Morocco religious authority rules no death penalty for apostates

13 February, 2017

Morocco's religious authorities have ruled that people who leave Islam should not be punished with the death penalty, reversing its previous ruling on apostasy.

Will Trump close America's skies to Arab Gulf carriers?

12 February, 2017

In-depth: Trump's ambitious plan to make American aviation great again may be bad news for Gulf-based carriers, which have expanded their popular US routes dramatically over the past few years.

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