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Emergency teams battle to contain oil spill off Kuwait

Oil analysts estimate about 35,000 barrels of crude may have leaked into waters near a Kuwaiti-Saudi offshore oilfield.

Kuwaiti-Saudi oilfield in the Gulf.

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Saudi Arabia unemployment rate climbs to 12.7 percent

Official data shows Saudi's jobless rate is more than a full percentage point above where it stood last year.

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Mumbai building collapse kills at least 17 people

Rescue workers search for survivors after four-storey building containing nursing home and family apartments topples.

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Qatar weighs seeking damages over Gulf blockade

Economy minister discusses compensation with trade officials in Geneva as legal team prepares to study the sanctions.

Gulf blockade

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US seeks lower trade deficit in NAFTA renegotiation

US outlines tough negotiating strategy for revising the 1994 North American Free Trade Agreement with Mexico and Canada.

Trump

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NAFTA and the US: An explainer

What is NAFTA, who are the winners and losers, and why did Trump call it "the worst trade deal" in US history?

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Merkel: Trump's climate change stance 'regrettable'

G20 summit strikes trade deal but ends with leaders expressing disappointment at US president's climate stance.

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Oman orders trade of Qatari Riyal at official rate

The Central Bank of Oman urges all banks and exchange companies to trade the Qatari riyal at the official exchange rate.

Qatari Riyal

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Qatar Airways: No plans to cancel Airbus order

Airline CEO wants Airbus to deliver aircraft faster but media reports state order of four A350s has been cancelled.

Qatar Airways

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'Qatar is rich enough to face threats of the blockade'

Finance minister tells The Times newspaper that economic fundamentals of Qatar are in better position than its rivals.

Qatar is 40 per cent faster

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