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How did the prophecy of the Israeli military editor succeed in telling that the reconciliation agreement between Fatah and Hamas would not last more than four months?

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Who separates between the entitlements of 48 and 67, cancels the right of return and does not "win" the State.

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DUBAI: Omans expat population has dropped 2 percent according to figures released in June, 2018, compared to the same time the previous year, local daily Times of Oman reported.

ABU DHABI: A unit of Abu Dhabi Financial Group has made a conditional offer to buy private equity firm Abraajs investment management business for $50 million, according to a document reviewed by Reuters.

LONDON: Air Arabias disclosure that it was an investor in Abraaj has focused investor attention on other market fallout after the buyout firm filed for voluntary liquidation last week.

Turkey's external assets totaled $234 billion as of April this year, up 0.5 percent from the end of 2017, the Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey (CBRT) announced Tuesday.

Turkey's central government budget balance saw a surplus of 2.7 billion Turkish liras ($612.5 million) in May, the Finance Ministry announced Monday.

SINGAPORE: Oil markets were stable on Tuesday amid cautious optimism over the outcome of a summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Singapore.

The UAEs NMC Health has announced the creation of a new national health care provider in Saudi Arabia in conjunction with Hassana Investment Company.

LONDON: Saudi Arabia plans to introduce a new way of calculating foreign investment that will bring it in line with G-20 economies which use the same method.

Turkey's Borsa Istanbul down at open

  • 2018-06-12
  • News Agencies

Turkey's stock exchange decreased 0.19 percent, or 187.83 points, to open at 96,473.53 points on Tuesday.

Egypt will announce new electricity prices on Tuesday, state news agency MENA reported on Monday, as part of subsidy cuts tied to the countrys $12 billion IMF loan programme.