15 Guantánamo Detainees Are Sent to Emirates in Largest Obama-Era Transfer
The Pentagon on Monday announced the move of 12 Yemenis and three Afghans, bringing the wartime prison’s population to 61.
For Hillary Clinton and John Kerry, Divergent Paths to Iran Nuclear Talks
The former secretary of state’s role in facilitating last year’s nuclear accord was complicated by Mr. Kerry’s comparative eagerness to engage.
Obama Will Meet With Gulf Leaders. Here’s a Probable Agenda.
The president is set to meet with leaders from Saudi Arabia and five other countries to discuss Iran, the Syrian civil war and other regional issues.
Land Rover BAR Team Wins in Oman
The team’s overnight lead was enough of a margin to win.
Guantánamo Population Drops to 93 after 10 Prisoners Go to Oman
The transfer of 10 lower-level Yemeni detainees, which took place on Wednesday, was the largest single resettlement of prisoners in the yearslong effort to close the prison.
Middle East to Host Race
America’s Cup racing will visit the Middle East for the first time when the America’s Cup World Series is sailed in Muscat, Oman, on Feb. 27 and 28.
Yemen: 3 Detained Americans Are Allowed to Leave
A Yemeni security official said the men had been detained by the rebels and were flown out of Sana.
Cyclone Chapala, Gathering Strength, Heads Toward Oman and Yemen
The system packed sustained winds of almost 150 miles per hour and threatened to bring dangerous torrential rains to two of the most arid countries in the world.
Yemen: Rare Cyclone Approaches
A storm gathering in the Arabian Sea was headed for Yemen and Oman and could cause floods, landslides and infrastructure damage.
As Oil Prices Go, So Go Financial Markets?
Stock sales by oil-rich nations are a reminder that some state-run funds are far from transparent about their holdings.
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