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Obama mulling combat role for US troops in Iraq ‘case by case’
President Barack Obama will consider sending US military advisers into combat in Iraq on a “case by case basis,” the American military’s top-ranking officer told senators on Tuesday.
Work starts on $1.6billion Dilmunia substation in Bahrain
Work has begun on the primary substation serving the landmark Dilmunia at Bahrain health Island, with awarding of contract to Japan-based Fuji Electric.
Iraq parliament rejects defence, interior minister nominees
Iraq’s parliament failed to approve Prime Minister Haider Al Abadi’s candidates for the sensitive posts of defence and interior ministers in a vote on Tuesday, according to state television.
Syrian aircraft crashes in city held by ISIS group
It was not immediately clear whether the plane that slammed into the northeastern city of Raqqa was hit by anti-aircraft fire or experienced a technical failure.
3,000 jobs for women in Saudi outsourcing centre
The BPO centre, which was inaugrated in Riyadh on Sunday, was jointly opened by Saudi Aramco, General Electric (GE) and Indian IT services company Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), Arab News Reported.
Hundreds of UN troops withdraw from Syrian Golan
Six countries contribute troops to the 1,200-strong UN force on the Golan: Fiji, India, Ireland, Nepal, the Netherlands and the Philippines.
Bahrain raps Qatar over citizenship row
Bahrain has said that Qatar is still granting citizenship to Bahrainis, thus failing to abide by its previous commitments to stop the operations of naturalisation.
Egypt sentences Muslim Brotherhood leader Badie to life in jail
An Egyptian court sentenced the Muslim Brotherhood’s top official Mohamed Badie and 14 others to life in jail on Monday on charges of murder and inciting violence during a protest near Cairo last year.
Iran rejects US request for cooperation against ISIS
With memories of the 2003 US invasion of Iraq still fresh, the US has so far been alone in carrying out airstrikes and no country has offered ground troops.
Iraq gets pledges of support, including military aid
The Paris conference brought together representatives of about 30 countries and organisations who underscored the need for rapid action against ISIS militants.
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