Turkey steps up energy investments by opening its first domestic solar panel factory in August.
Egypt is sounding the drums of war in Libya, but any military incursion faces daunting military and political obstacles.
Egypt has numbers but it can't sustain a war, even with the help of Gulf funding.
The Sultanate is reeling from the double whammy of low oil prices and Covid-19. But with intra-GCC tensions high, a consensus on aid won’t come easily.
Spain’s former monarch, King Juan Carlos I, a transformative political figure, might have received illicit money from Saudi royals for a rail project.
Ministers of the cartel and outside nations led by Russia meet via video conference to adopt the measure, aimed at cutting the excess production depressing prices as global aviation remains largely grounded due to the pandemic.
Fatih vessel will start its first drilling in Black Sea in mid-July, Turkish Energy and Natural Resources Minister Fatih Donmez said.
In its annual report on energy investments, the Paris-based International Energy Agency estimated the plunge will be of the order of one-fifth from 2019 levels, or almost $400 billion.
Iranian lawmaker Heshmatollah Falahatpisheh says Syria should pay Iran for what it has spent on the country’s war.
US Navy warns it will take "lawful defensive measures" against vessels in Mideast that come within 100 metres of its warships.
With oil prices at new lows and pilgrimages cancelled, Riyadh is having to tighten its belt through wage and spending cuts.
The decision scales back the American presence in Saudi Arabia just months after the Pentagon began a military buildup there to counter threats from Iran.
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