Oman plans to spend 1 billion rials ($2.6 billion) to "satisfy the demands" of street protesters in the Gulf Arab country who seek jobs and political reforms, state television reported on Sunday. Full story
A shocking standoff between Somali pirates and U.S. Naval forces off the coast of Oman ended in the death of four American civilians on Tuesday. NBC's Jim Miklaszewski reports.
U.S. military officials say they’re assessing possible responses after pirates hijacked a yacht with four Americans on board off the coast of Oman. NBC’s George Lewis reports.
Iran indicates that the country of Oman is working behind the scenes to secure the release of the two remaining Americans, after earlier helping with the release of Sarah Shourd. NBC's Ali Arouzi reports.
Oman's leader Sultan Qaboos bin Said salutes on the third day of celebrations marking 40 years since he took the throne at Midan al-Fath Stadium in Muscat on December 1, 2010. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMED MAHJOUB
Tunisian football team players attend a training session in Muscat on March 28, 2011 on the eve of their friendly football match against Oman.
MUSCAT, OMAN - NOVEMBER 26: Queen Elizabeth II poses for a photograph as she visits Sultan Qaboos bin Said at Al-Alam Palace on November 26, 2010 in Muscat, Oman. Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh are on a State Visit to the Middle East. The Royal couple have spent two days in