Including Muslim Brotherhood in this list suggests that Tillerson would advocate for designating that group a terrorist organisation.
Regarding return of Saudi tourists to Lebanon, Aoun said bilateral cooperation 'would be translated through ministerial channels.'
Sociological changes that come with Vision 2030, which endorses more investments in entertainment ventures, might prove a bit too much for some.
Abu Dhabi has some catching up to do with neighbouring Dubai, because reliance of residents in UAE capital on energy subsidies has led to overuse of energy.
Careem is developing subsidised rides programme for low-income working Saudi women with Ministry of Labour.
Middle East Christians remain hopeful for the future despite ISIS violence in 2016
Amr Emam - 15/01/2017
While Christian exodus from Syria continues, one needs only to look next door to Lebanon for positive signs of Christian and Muslim coexistence.
Sally Hayden - 15/01/2017
Karen Dabrowska - 15/01/2017
Jeffrey Sipe - 15/01/2017
Rob L. Wagner - 15/01/2017
Lebanese hope for new relations with Riyadh
Dalal Saoud - 15/01/2017
Saudi official source in Riyadh explains that 'nothing official has been decided' concerning suspended Saudi military aid to Lebanon.
In Morocco, reforms stalled with no government formed
Saad Guerraoui - 15/01/2017
Stalemate is likely to affect Moroccan political parties’ credibility further after voter turnout was relatively low in October.
Damascus goes dry as Syria’s grim water wars intensify
Syria’s long-shunned Kurds are on their own again
Iraq says it will recapture Mosul in three months
The Arab Weekly staff
Saudi-Iran crisis, economic woes strain Oman’s neutrality
Tom Finn and Fatma al-Arimi
Israel steps up shadow war with Hezbollah
Threat of returning jihadists stirs debate in Tunisia
The radicalisation of Anis Amri in Sicily
For ISIS, prisons have become terror incubators
Tough time for the opposition in Egypt
Turkish parliament votes to hand powers to president
The Arab Weekly staff
Rafsanjani leaves Iran in grip of power struggle
2017 will be another year of key elections for Europe
‘Integration’ remains key British migration issue
Russia elbows US aside in Middle East