The US State Department is monitoring large sums of money for the arrest of Khalid Baterfi and Qassem Al-Rimi
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:-The State Department announced a reward for information leading to the location of al-Qaeda leader in the Arabian Peninsula Khaled Said al-Baterfi.
The ministry added in a statement that it had raised from five to ten million dollars the value of the reward in exchange for locating and arresting or condemning the official in the organization Qassim al-Rimi.
The statement said that al-Reimi was the governor of the organization in June 2015 and a month later I swear allegiance to al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri and incited to renew attacks against the United States.
Turkey has no evidence of involvement in Riyadh, and Saudi Arabia receives sanctions for Khashoggi's death
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:- US President Donald Trump acknowledged for the first time that Khashoggi had probably died, vowing a "very harsh" response to Riyadh if he was to blame for his death.
These statements show a clear change in the tone of the American president. In recent days, he has taken a less hawkish stance and highlighted the enormous strategic interests his country has in the Sunni kingdom, including the fight against terrorism and the need to counter Iran's Shiite influence as well as arms contracts and economic benefits.
The United States has decided to give Saudi Arabia a "few more days" to explain Khashoggi's disappearance after entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul.
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:-In a statement published by the General Directorate of Public Employment in Algeria, she announced the prohibition of wearing the veil completely, and any fashion that hides the identity of the person in the workplace.
The General Directorate of the Algerian government stressed "the need for staff to abide by the rules and requirements of security and communication at the level of their interests, which require the identification of their identity automatically and permanently."
She said"The Directorate calls for strict compliance, and refrain from any conduct or work of any kind, including dress, especially that is contrary to the nature of their duties and to have respectful behavior."
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:- Tunisian tennis player Anas Gaber, who plays in the Russian Kremlin Cup, one of the courses of the Primer tennis tournament, beat eighth-seeded Annette Contavet of Estonia 7-5, 6-1 in the quarter-finals.
Jaber scored the best in her career after beating third-seeded Sloan Stevens in the world's eighth and eighth round after being knocked out by Russian Ekaterina Makarova in the first round.
Jaber, 24, said after her victory "I have nothing to lose ... because I do not inform the final and the ceremonies here in Moscow."
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:-The real reason for the death of the Iraqi beauty expert, Rafif al-Yasiri, was a mystery to all her fans, especially as she died suddenly and there were many stories about the causes and the place.
The channel "Alsumaria" Iraqi quoted one of its sources that it received the results of forensic report on the cause of the death of Rafif Yasiri, the result was shocking.
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, Video: -Tunisian artist Hoda Salah spoke on the channel atv controversially and said, "Many people are bold in their own lives. I am a Tunisian girl living in Dubai with my brother and sister and my family. Where is the audacity?"
She was surprised to talk about the boldness of her clothes and asked: "I'm wearing bold clothes?", That many of the Gulf artists are more daring than in clothes.
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:- The Ziar TV satellite channel has chosen to broadcast newscasts by semi-naked broadcasters in what the station calls "an approach to the truth."
"In Albania, where the news is being manipulated by political officials, the viewer needs a station that gives the news as it is, naked."
Drishti asserts that the station's viewers are on the rise.
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, Former Sudanese president Abdulrahman Sawar al-Zahab died at the age of 83 at the military hospital in the Saudi capital Riyadh.
Sowar al-Zahab, born in Omdurman, received his military education at the Sudanese Military College and graduated in 1955.
In 1972, he was expelled from his position in the Sudanese army and sent to Qatar where he served as an advisor to Sheikh Khalifa bin Hamad Al Thani.