Economics and Policy
The U.S. has again offered to help mediate a dispute between Lebanon and Israel over the demarcation of maritime borders, Lebanese officials said after meeting with the top American energy diplomat.
Cyprus's international lenders began reviewing how the island is meeting the conditions of it 10 billion euro bailout on Wednesday, looking to see whether it should get the next tranche of aid.
The European Union's top diplomat, Catherine Ashton, yesterday called for the release of former Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi who is being detained by Egyptian military.
Gunmen assassinated a prominent Syrian pro-government figure at his home in southern Lebanon on Wednesday, shooting him nearly 30 times in the latest sign of Syria's civil war spilling over into its smaller neighbour.
Companies and Business
UAE insurance giant Daman is revamping its health insurance policies in a move that could affect almost half a million expatriates.
Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank has terminated its contract with Moody's Investors Service only months after settling a lawsuit with the credit ratings agency.