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Canada’s system will extend to people whose death is not ‘reasonably foreseeable’, prompting fears among some advocates.
After a year of sweeping defeats, ISIL has been pushed out of key territory, returning to its ‘covert insurgent roots’.
Ambitious plan to diversify the country’s revenue streams focuses on sectors such as manufacturing and tourism.
While maintaining overt political neutrality, Muscat has benefitted from strengthened economic ties with Doha.
As urbanisation creeps closer towards the desert, some fear that traditional culture is being left behind.
Competition for tourist dollars has increased in the Omani oasis, where regional tensions seem far away.
Thousands of people have died from cholera as war-torn Yemen navigates peak season for the spread of the disease.
A proposal for Iraq-led mediation could benefit both sides politically and economically, analysts say.
One month since diplomatic spat erupted, the two sides remain mired in a dispute that could forever alter the GCC.