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Saudi Arabia seeking foothold in Iraq

The kingdom on Saturday sent its Oil Minister Khalid al-Falih to Baghdad to look for avenues to boost cooperation over oil market issues. Al-Falih delivered...

Kurdistan’s Barzani fires parting shots at US

In a televised speech shortly after Kurdistan’s regional parliament accepted his resignation on Sunday, Barzani said no one had stood up to back Kurdish aspirations for...

New round of Syrian talks begins in Astana

It is the seventh round of talks in what is referred to as the Astana peace process for Syria. Delegations from the Syrian government and...

Economic development only option for regional stability: China

China has shown interest to work for the economic rehabilitation of Shanghai Organization Cooperation members states, an idea embodied in the of Silk Road...

President Ghan off to Turkmenistan for inauguration of Asia Games

President Ashraf Ghani has traveled to Turkmenistan to attend the inaugural ceremony for Asian Games and meet his Tajik and Turkmen counterparts. A statement from...

US historian who spent decades in Afghanistan dies at 90

n American historian who spent decades in Afghanistan working to preserve the heritage of the war-torn country died Sunday. An Afghan government statement said Nancy...

Deal: Microsoft and Adobe in surprise cloud partnership

Microsoft and Adobe on Monday announced a strategic partnership, focusing on enhancing customer experience and relationship, mainly using both firms' cloud computing service. The surprise...

ALEXIS A £140 MILLION RISK WORTH TAKING FOR ARSENAL

The Chile international came close to leaving for Manchester City but his goal against Koln shows why the club were right to keep him Alexis...

Peace in Afghanistan seems a distant dream for Afghans

 “Kabul-Islamabad can’t afford to live in hostility no matter if both have one thousand differences,” are the words uttered by a seasoned Afghan journalist,...

Kazakhstan to remain part of global oil pact: president

ASTANA: Kazakhstan, Central Asia’s largest oil exporter, will support future efforts to prop up the price of crude, President Nursultan Nazarbayev said on Thursday. “The...

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