Qatar's Football Association said on Saturday it fully backed its vice president Saoud Al-Mohannadi, a day after a Fifa investigator recommended he be banned from the game for at least 2 1/2 years over allegations of non-cooperation with an
The UAE General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) has said that an international investigation team led by the Air Accident Investigation Sector (AAIS) of the GCAA will probe the cause of the accident involving an Emirates Boeing 777-300 aircraft
China's Hebei Iron & Steel Group, its biggest steelmaker by output, accused the US of breaching WTO rules and said US protectionism is damaging the world steel trade, in a statement posted on its website on Thursday.
French financial authorities are considering investigating how Qatar was awarded the 2022 soccer World Cup, financial prosecutor Eliane Houlette said on Sunday.
"We are thinking about it, we have several elements that encoura
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc said it had recently learned that one of its foreign units made sales through a third-party distributor to customers in Iran, despite US sanctions against that country.
In its quarterly
The Belgian authorities have arrested a sixth person in connection with the suicide attacks in Brussels which killed 32 people on March 22, Belgium's justice minister said on Saturday.
Belgian media said the man arrested late
Bahrain’s space agency will help analyse data from a Mars probe to be launched by the UAE, it was revealed yesterday (January 21). The robotic Hope spacecraft is expected to be launched in 2020 in what will be the first space mission by
How the ‘new oil order’ across the world will directly impact GCC countries, leading to an anticipated rise of fiscal deficits in the region, will be the theme of the second GCC Financial Markets and Treasury Conference in Dubai, i
Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has told US Secretary of State John Kerry his country is swiftly investigating who was behind last week's attack on an Indian air force base, and that it would "bring out the truth".
Qatar has banned some owners of construction companies, contractors and consulting engineers from leaving the country as it carries out a probe into how heavy rains damaged buildings and roadways, said a report.