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UAE: Sheikh Khalifa and succession affairs (45 credits)

Posted on: Thu, Jul 24, 2014

UAE President Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan is said to be communicating almost daily with his brothers trying to narrow the differences among them over succession affairs. The following 482-word report sheds light on the subject and tells what about these differences and what about Sheikh Khalifa’s efforts to narrow them.

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Kuwait Land Forces, plans to buy MRAP ambulances (30 credits)

Posted on: Thu, Jul 24, 2014

The command of the Kuwaiti Land Forces (KLF) is said to have drawn up a project to buy mine-resistant ambush-protected (MRAP) ambulances outfitted with advanced surveillance systems. The following 316-word report sheds light on the subject and tells how many MRAP ambulances the KLF command intends to buy and what about the companies which will be contacted on the project.

UAE: Sheikh Khalifa and succession affairs (45 credits)

Posted on: Thu, Jul 24, 2014

UAE President Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan is said to be communicating almost daily with his brothers trying to narrow the differences among them over succession affairs. The following 482-word report sheds light on the subject and tells what about these differences and what about Sheikh Khalifa’s efforts to narrow them.

Saudi Arabia, UAE and the Muslim Brotherhood (45 credits)

Posted on: Thu, Jul 24, 2014

Saudi Arabia and the UAE are said to have set up a high-ranking working team to follow the files of the Muslim Brotherhood in the GCC states, Egypt and abroad. The following 462-word report sheds light on the subject and tells what about the members of the team and what about the tasks they should achieve.

Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, counter-terrorism and mediation with Iran (35 credits)

Posted on: Wed, Jul 23, 2014

Saudi Crown Prince Salman, who also acts as Deputy PM and Defence Minister, received Pakistani PM Nawaz Sharif on 21/7/14 in Al-Salam palace in Jeddah. The following 401-word report sheds light on the subject and tells what about the outcome, notably on want concerns security cooperation and Pakistani mediation between Saudi Arabia and Iran.

Iraq: River Police, new plans to buy patrol boats (35 credits)

Posted on: Wed, Jul 23, 2014

The Iraqi Interior Ministry is said to be have a new project to buy light patrol boats for the Iraqi River Police. The following 386-word report sheds light on the subject and tells how many boats the Ministry intends to buy. It also tells what about the contacts on the project and what about the preferred shipbuilders.