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In a ‘stunning rebuke’, UN Human Rights Council rejects Saudi membership bid
Saudi Arabia failed in its bid to become a member of the United Nations Human Rights Council on Tuesday as China and Russia were elected to three-year terms.
Saudi Arabia, UAE present era’s neo-Nazi regimes: Yemeni PM
The prime minister of Yemen's National Salvation Government condemned Saudi Arabia and the UAE for their double standard in the devastating war on Yemen, saying the both regimes are exterminating the Yemeni people while commemorating the death of thousands of Jews during Germany’s Nazi era.
Saudi setback over EU push to downgrade G20 presence
A push to downgrade the EU's attendance at next month's G20 summit in Riyadh over human rights concerns marks another setback for Saudi plans to host a coming-out party on the world stage.
Iran ‘carefully’ monitoring developments of Saudi secret nuclear activities: Khatibzadeh
Iran’s Foreign Ministry’s spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh said Tehran is carefully monitoring the developments surrounding Saudi Arabia’s secret nuclear activities, warning Riyadh to adhere to its international obligations.
Saudi economy shrank by 7% in second quarter as coronavirus hit
Saudi Arabia’s economy shrank by 7% in the second quarter, a sign of how deeply the new coronavirus hit both the oil and non-oil sectors, official data showed on Wednesday.
Tehran rejects Saudi claim on terror cell, advises Riyadh to embrace honesty
Tehran has roundly dismissed Saudi Arabia’s claim of breaking up a “terrorist cell” trained by Iran, advising authorities in Riyadh to choose the path of honesty and wisdom instead of fabricating worthless scenarios.
Turkey ‘indicts six more Saudis’ over Khashoggi murder
Turkish prosecutors have filed a second indictment against six Saudi suspects over the 2018 killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi in the kingdom’s consulate in Istanbul, according to Turkey’s state news agency.
Iran’s envoy: IAEA meeting discusses concerns about Saudi nuclear program
The International Atomic Energy Agency’s Board of Governors for the first time discussed concerns about Saudi Arabia’s nuclear activities after Iran proposed the subject, Iranian permanent representative to Vienna-based international organizations said on Sunday.
Four civilians killed in Saudi air raid on Yemen’s Ma'rib
The Saudi-led aggression’s warplanes targeted an area south of Yemen's Ma'rib Province, killing four civilians and wounding four others.
Iran slams IAEA silence on Saudi, Israel nuclear activities
Iran's Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the Conference on Disarmament Esmaeil Baqeri Hamaneh slammed the silence of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in face of the hidden nuclear activities of Saudi Arabia as well as Israel's nuclear arms activities.
Iran calls on UN to immediately end Saudi attacks on Yemen
Iran’s Foreign Ministry on Friday called on the United Nations to make more efforts to immediately stop attacks by the Saudi-led coalition on Yemen after the coalition’s airstrikes killed and wounded civilians in the Arab country.
Saudi Arabia triples VAT in virus-led austerity push
Saudis braced Wednesday for a tripling in value-added tax, another unpopular austerity measure after the twin shocks of coronavirus and an oil price slump triggered the kingdom's worst economic decline in decades.
Mousavi: US, S. Arabia mocking int’l mechanisms
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Abbas Mousavi in a message reacted to UN Secretariat’s excluding the Saudi-led coalition from the list of child rights violators, saying the US and Saudi Arabia are mocking the international mechanisms.
Fired US State Department watchdog confirms probe of Saudi arms sale
A State Department inspector general abruptly fired by President Donald Trump last month confirmed on Wednesday that he was investigating the declaration of a “national emergency” to justify arms sales to Saudi Arabia when he was dismissed, members of the US Congress said.
Saudi outlook cut to negative at Moody’s as reserves tumble
Saudi Arabia’s outlook was cut to negative from stable by Moody’s Investors Service as the crash in oil prices and the pandemic sent the kingdom’s reserves plunging to their lowest in almost a decade.

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