Saudi Arabia is likely to appoint a new Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) governor and national representative, a source familiar with the matter said.
Adeeb Al Aama will replace Mohammed Al Madi as Opec gov
Yemen's al Qaeda wing has claimed responsibility for a bomb attack that targeted the governor of the southern city of Aden, according to US monitoring group SITE.
Security officials said on Friday that a car packed with explos
The governor of Aden was killed by a car bomb on Sunday in Yemen's southern port city, in an attack that Islamic State claimed responsibility for.
A local official and residents said at least six members of General Jaafar Moha
The United Arab Emirates' president has appointed Mubarak Rashid Al Mansouri as the new central bank governor for a four-year term, the state news agency Wam said, citing a presidential decree.
Al Mansouri, the chief executive
Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah has appointed his son Prince Turki bin Abdullah as the governor of Riyadh Province.
Prince Turki's elevation to one of the most important positions in the kingdom comes months after another son
A bomb attack on a mosque in Afghanistan killed the governor of a province south of the capital, Kabul, on Tuesday as he was making an address on the first day of Eid al-Adha, officials said.
Arsala Jamal was g
The rupee slid towards a record low against the dollar on Wednesday, providing the incoming governor of the country's central bank with a test of fire as he takes over in the middle of a slump in confidence in the economy and its currency.
The Iraq Mega Projects Conference and Exhibition will host a series of governor-led province breakfast meetings on October 2.
The meeting aim to boost investment and infrastructure solutions that will increase export capacity of t
Egypt's interim president named at least 18 new provincial governors on Tuesday, half of them retired generals, in a shake-up that pushed out Muslim Brotherhood members and restored the influence of men from army and police backgrounds.
The governor of Egypt's Luxor province, controversially appointed despite belonging to a hardline Islamist group that massacred 58 tourists in Luxor in 1997, will step down on Sunday "for the sake of Egypt", the group said.