Middle East · 8:52 AM UTCIsrael-Gaza violence shows few signs of slowing as global diplomacy ramps up
More than a week of fighting between Israel and Hamas showed few signs of abating on Tuesday despite intense U.S. and global diplomacy to stop the region's fiercest hostilities in years.
Middle EastMIDEAST STOCKS Saudi rises in early trade on oil boost; Qatar flat
Most major stock markets in the Gulf rose in early trade on Tuesday, with the Saudi index leading gains on rising oil prices, while Qatar traded flat.
Middle EastUAE awards local firm ADSB $950 mln naval patrol vessel contract
The United Arab Emirates has signed a 3.5 billion dirham ($950 million) contract with Abu Dhabi Ship Building (ADSB) (ADSB.AD) to manufacture new patrol vessels for the Gulf Arab state's navy, ADSB said on Tuesday.
Middle EastDP Eurasia's pizza sales surge as demand rebounds in Turkey
DP Eurasia (DPEU.L), which runs the Domino's Pizza brand in Turkey and Russia, said on Tuesday its sales jumped 48.7% in January to April from a year earlier on rising demand for home deliveries during the pandemic, particularly in Turkey.
EnergyOil firm OQ to develop Oman green fuels project with consortium
A consortium including Oman's state-owned oil firm OQ will develop a renewable energy project in the Gulf state capable of producing millions of tonnes of zero-carbon green hydrogen per year, the developers said on Tuesday.