Iran denied on Wednesday any link to members of a spying ring detained by its Sunni Muslim regional rival Saudi Arabia, according to Iranian media.
Saudi state media reported on Tuesday that officials had detained 10 people accused of spying for Iran after arresting 18 people in
Turkey has shut its side of the last border crossing with Syria still controlled by President Bashar al-Assad's government, stepping up security following two deadly bombings this month.
Fifty-one people were killed when twin car bombs ripped through the Turkish border town o
Lebanese farmland investor GLB Invest plans to invest up to $800 million in Sudan to produce animal feed to be sold to Saudi Arabia, its president said on Tuesday.
Arab investors have launched farmland and livestock projects in the vast African country, prized for its fertile soi
Interface, a leading carpet tile manufacturer, is showcasing its latest collection 'Urban Retreat' at the Index International Design Exhibition currently under way in Dubai.
The expo, which opened at the Dubai International Exhibition Centre yesterday (May 20), will run t
Haifaa Al Mansour, director of the film "Wadjda", has become the first Saudi woman film director to win the "Best Film Award", at the sixth Gulf Film Festival (GFF) held last month.
"Wadjda" tells the story of a 10-year-old girl living in Riyadh who
The Bahrain Livestock Company will import more than 40,000 sheep ahead of Ramadan, the firm said during a meeting attended by importers, food companies and hypermarkets' representatives.
Delmon Poultry Company general manager Abdulkareem Al Alawi said his company was ready to suppl
Bahrain’s police recovered 800 Molotov cocktails from a pickup truck that was used in an attack on a police station.
Officers discovered the stash as 150 men launched a daylight assault on the building in the Sitra area of Bahrain with firebombs and metal rods on May 9 last
Raytheon Company, one of the largest US weapons makers, is expected to sign an estimated $2.1 billion deal to sell Oman an air defence system while US Secretary of State John Kerry visits the Sultanate state this week, US officials said.
One official, who spoke on condition of an
A Saudi firm will hold off its planned project in Sudan to produce wheat and other basic food items until the government eases a ban to repatriate profits, its head said on Monday.
Sudan, prized for its fertile land and easy access to irrigation water from the Nile, has been tryi
Saudi Dairy and Foodstuff Company (Sadafco) has approved a board recommendation for distribution of dividends worth SR97.5 million ($26 million) at SR3 per share representing 30 per cent of the capital, for the first quarter, said a report.
The board approved the proposal at the