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Lacking breakthrough, sides weigh next moves in Iran nuclear drama
Iran’s top negotiator, Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi, described the negotiations in Oman as two days of very hard work.
Hamas trying ‘to destroy’ Palestinian unity, says Abbas
Palestinian President blames Hamas for the Gaza explosions targeting leaders of his Fatah movement which prompted cancellation of a memorial service for Yasser Arafat.
One dead, three wounded in Palestinian stabbing attacks
The first incident, the soldier’s stabbing at a Tel Aviv train station, brought bloodshed to the Israeli commercial capital that has largely been spared since the previous uprising died down in 2005.
Kuwait pledges $6.4 million to UN agencies for 2015
Kuwait decided to donate to additional funds and increase its regular donations to others.
Egypt parliamentary polls before end of March: Sisi
Egypt will achieve its third milestone announced in the post-July 3 roadmap... of holding its parliamentary elections before an international economic conference scheduled in the first quarter of 2015.
US, Iran end latest nuclear talks with deal in balance
After the talks ended on Monday, the US State Department said they have proved “tough, direct and serious” while adding “there is still time” for progress.
KT Exclusive: Naval exercises boost maritime security in the Middle East
A first person account on the excitement and action from the International Mine Countermeasures Exercises, the world’s largest naval drill involving 44 countries.
Israeli leader vows harsh response to Arab unrest
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he will use all means available to stop weeks of unrest that has shaken east Jerusalem, northern Israel and Tel Aviv.
US, Iran nuclear deal in balance as Kerry, Zarif meet
The key sticking point is thought to be the number and type of uranium-enriching centrifuges Iran should be allowed to keep spinning in exchange for sanctions relief.
GCC Chief hails formation of new Yemeni government
Dr Abdullatif Al Zayani expresses hope that the new government would be able to cope with political, security and economic challenges that hinder the march of the country towards sovereignty.
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