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Wataniya blames lack of fair trade and difficult political and security situation in the region

Chelsea advanced into the quarterfinals of the Champions League despite being held to a frustrating scoreless draw by FC Copenhagen in the second leg of their last-16 match on Wednesday

Firm set to build international presence after losing home monopoly

Israeli fighter jets pummeled a Hamas facility in the Gaza Strip Wednesday, killing two and injuring four

Javier Hernandez’s double sent Manchester United into the Champions League quarterfinals with a 2-1 victory over Marseille on Tuesday

National carrier EgyptAir hit hardest by tourist exodus

Prices expected to fall further on back of Japan disaster

More than 1,000 Saudi-led forces enter Bahrain to quell the pro-democracy uprising, highlighting the region's anxiety of a possible spillover

Seven of Germany's nuclear reactors are set to go offline for 3 months as Japan faces an escalating nuclear crisis

The Libyan city of Zwara, near the Tunisian border, was the last western stronghold Libyan fighters held before falling into the hands of Gaddafi loyalists after heavy tank and artillery fire

A Saudi soldier has been shot dead after crowd of Bahraini protesters opened fire at the Saudi troops, according to a security official

Israel reportedly intercepted a ship carrying arms from Turkey to Egypt

Zawiya, a city east of Libya's capital Tripoli, became a central battleground in the conflict between Gaddafi loyalists and rebels, but after days of heavy shelling and street battles, the city fell to the loyalists

Saudi, Kuwait and Dubai indexes slump with losses affecting companies in all sectors

Funding for Turkmen section of line set to become region's main oil transit route

Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh fires minister for failing to negotiate a settlement with the opposition, as protests and strikes intensify around Yemen

Yemen's endowments minister pays the price for failing to reach an agreement with protesters calling for the president to stand down

Bahrain king was asked by a group of MPs Monday to impose martial law as popular uprisings continue

Rescue workers struggle to dig out victims of Japan's twin disasters amid a mounting nuclear crisis

South Sudan cuts diplomatic relations with North Sudan amidst violence, accusing Khartoum's ‎government of funding militias to destabilise their new state

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