A small number of US forces entered the Syrian town of al-Rai near the Turkish border on Friday as part of operations to co-ordinate air strikes against Islamic State, a senior rebel source said.
However, the five or six US milita
Bahrain has recalled its ambassador to Iran, a day after it said security forces had discovered a large bomb-making factory and arrested a number of suspects linked to Iran's Revolutionary Guards.
Bahrain’s Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) said it has directed Bahrain Telecommunications Company (Batelco) to withdraw or amend advertising found to be ‘misleading to consumers.’
The order follows
Al Hilal Bank is set to allow its customers to use their Emirates ID cards to make ATM cash withdrawals.
The service, which will be ready within the year, is an outcome of the strategic partnership agreement signed by the bank and
Syria says the year-long revolt to topple President Bashar al-Assad is now over, but it will keep its forces in cities to "maintain security" until it is safe to withdraw in keeping with a UN-backed peace deal.
The agreement proposed by Un
Iraq has demanded Iran to immediately withdraw its soldiers from a disputed oilfield on the two countries' border, but Tehran denied any incursion.
Iraqi government spokesman Ali al-Dabbagh on Friday said 11 Iranian soldiers had t
The US will withdraw about 4,000 troops from Iraq by the end of October, the US military commander in Iraq said in testimony prepared for a congressional hearing on Wednesday.
In his assessment of the war, General Ray Odierno will tell the
Moody's Investors Service said it has withdrawn all ratings for Saudi conglomerate Saad Group 'due to lack of adequate information' thus dealing a new blow to the crisis-hit Saudi conglomerate.
The ratings withdrawn included th
A Pakistani Taliban commander has ordered his men to withdraw from Buner district, a spokesman said on Friday, amid mounting alarm in the United States over the Taliban advance toward the capital of the nuclear-armed Muslim state.
Shares in UK property firm Minerva tanked 47 per cent on Friday after it announced that sovereign wealth fund suitor Limitless had withdrawn its 160-pence a share offer.
Limitless, a unit of state-owned investment fund Dubai World, said it