The deal was signed after the first-ever official delegation from the UAE landed in Israel for a day of talks.
Etihad says it plans regular passenger flights between the countries, is launching a dedicated Hebrew website.
Number of umrah pilgrims increased to 15,000 per day.
Tehran, which could now purchase weapons from Russia, China and elsewhere, has hailed the development as a diplomatic victory.
Two governments have resigned since the movement started but the country’s barons remain firmly in power.
Tax treaties help prevent similar taxes from being imposed by two countries on the same taxpayer.
“Netanyahu is moving ahead at full steam toward solidifying the de facto annexation of the West Bank,” says NGO.
Saudi allies UAE and Bahrain have signed so-called Abraham Accords with Israel at the White House.
The two countries have no diplomatic relations and this week's talks are a rare official interaction.
Israeli government unanimously approves the country's recently signed normalisation agreement with the United Arab Emirates.
Chinese and Iranian foreign ministers reaffirm commitment to Iran’s 2015 nuclear deal with world powers.
The move targets 18 Iranian banks that had thus far escaped the bulk of the sanctions.
He has been deputy chief of the National Guard since 2004 and was head of State Security for 13 years.
Germany hopes the talks will strengthen nascent ties between the two nations and bolster broader Mideast peace efforts.
Erdogan has reportedly accused some Gulf countries of pursuing policies that were destabilising the region.
Sheikh Nawaf is expected to uphold the Opec member state’s oil and foreign policy, which promoted regional detente.
At midnight, tens of registered pilgrims wearing face masks prepared to enter the Grand Mosque in small groups.
The United States will act as a facilitator during the UN-backed talks.
Sheikh Nawaf al-Ahmad al-Sabah has pledged to work for the country's prosperity, stability and security.
Sheikh Nawaf al-Ahmad al-Sabah lacks his late brother's decades of experience as a conciliator in a polarised region.
The Emir’s contributions to Pak-Kuwait relations will always be remembered, says PM Imran in condolence message.