In an interview with Al Arabiya News Channel, Sisi said that Egyptians opposed the return to the banned Muslim Brotherhood
GCC earlier stood by Qatar in a row with Egypt over intervention in Libya
Saudi Arabia its strong condemnation of the 'ISIS terrorist organization’s criminal act'
GCC urges international community to step up efforts to end crisis
The banking sector of the six-nation GCC is expected to need an additional $35 billion capital by 2019
The passing of Saudi King Abdullah brings into perspective his efforts to unify the GCC primarily in the defense realm
The GCC also urges the Houthi rebels to surrender control of state institutions
“It will rebound. All the companies are making money,” said a local investor who identified himself as Mohammad
The visit comes ahead of a December GCC summit , where Qatar holds presidency
International Union of Muslim Scholars says designation is 'not based on any analysis or investigation, whether legal, logical or rational'
The concept of a new Middle East military alliance has been in development for the past three years
With new international measures helping to boost his underdog image on the ground, Saleh looks set to make to a return to power
53 billion pounds was in the form of petroleum products, with the remaining 21 billion pounds coming as cash grants
Hezbollah described the radical Islamist movement that has seized territory in Iraq and Syria as a growing 'monster' that could threaten Jordan
Arab Gulf countries and the Islamic Republic should jointly tackle all issues of bilateral concern, Kuwait’s foreign minister said
Kuwaiti Ambassador to Tehran Majdi Al-Dhafiri stresses the importance of an upcoming visit to Iran by Kuwaiti Emir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah
GCC’s deputy secretary-general for legal affairs, expressed hope that a Saudi initiative to turn the GCC into a union would ‘see the light’
GCC head says Gulf foreign ministers see it is important to follow up on how a committee is implementing the end of rift with Qatar
As tensions among GCC states subside, the Qatar-based cleric backtracks on previous anti-UAE comments
The participants agreed that policies of any individual GCC state should not affect the interests, security or stability of any other member state.
Changes are afoot in security alliances in the Near East. Egypt, Saudi, UAE and Jordan appear to be forming a new regional security group. At the ...
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