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Saudi Arabia cannot expect to stay safe as long as it makes Yemen unsafe: FM
Yemen's Foreign Minister Hisham Sharaf Abdullah said as a country that keeps unleashing its war machine against the Yemeni people, Saudi Arabia cannot expect to stay safe from retaliation.
Saudi cut to boost oil market destocking, even as demand falters
Saudi Arabia’s voluntary oil production cut is expected to bring the oil market into deficit for most of 2021 even as new lockdowns to contain the spread of the coronavirus batter oil demand, analysts say.
Amnesty critical of FIFA chief Infantino starring in Saudi PR video
Human rights activists denounced FIFA president Gianni Infantino's starring turn in a promotional video for the Saudi Arabian government in which he claims the kingdom has made important changes.
Qatar: Deal with Saudi Arabia, its allies will not change our ties with Iran
Qatar will not alter its relations with Iran and Turkey in a sign that it has made few concessions after securing a deal with Saudi Arabia and its allies to end a bitter dispute between the rival Persian Gulf Arab states.
Oil hits 11-month high after Saudi Arabia pledges voluntary output cut
Oil prices rose on Wednesday to their highest since February 2020 after Saudi Arabia agreed to reduce output more than expected in a meeting with allied producers, while industry figures showed US crude stockpiles were down last week.
Lethal airstrikes in Yemen ‘left off’ confidential UK record
The British government is under pressure to explain why a series of airstrikes in Yemen, many involving civilian casualties, have not been recorded in its confidential log of breaches of international humanitarian law (IHL).
Netanyahu hints at trip to Saudi Arabia in party meeting
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu implicitly mentioned that he recently visited Saudi Arabia, in what is his first known confirmation of a trip to several Arab countries in November last year.
Saudi Arabia, UAE used Israeli spyware to hack Al Jazeera journalists: Report
Dozens of journalists at Al Jazeera Media Network were targeted this year by advanced spyware sold by an Israeli firm in an attack linked to the governments of Saudi Arabia and the UAE, said a report by a cybersecurity watchdog.
They risked all to cross Red Sea; now a cruel fate awaits in Yemen
Saudi Arabia was Tigrit’s dream: A place where she could find work as a cleaner or maid, and send money back to her husband and young daughter in Ethiopia. Now, like hundreds of thousands of East Africans who have left home and travelled across the Red Sea in search of a better life, she finds herself stranded in Yemen instead.
Saudi Arabia puts woman activist on trial in closed ‘terrorism court’
Jailed Saudi woman activist Loujain al-Hathloul has been put on trial at a special closed-door “terrorism court,” more than two years after she was detained on what UN experts describe as "spurious" charges.
US judge orders partial disclosure of Khashoggi murder files
A New York judge on Tuesday ordered US intelligence agencies to acknowledge they possess a tape recording of the 2018 murder of Saudi Arabian journalist Jamal Khashoggi, in a ruling hailed by rights activists.
Zarif: Iran welcomes Kuwait statement on resolving Persian Gulf row
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said Tehran welcomes a statement by mediator Kuwait in resolving a persisting diplomatic row in the Persian Gulf, expressing hope that the reconciliation will contribute to the stability as well as the political and economic development of the regional nations.
UN says 233,000 killed in Yemen war in past six years
The United Nations on Tuesday said the Saudi-led invasion and blockade of Yemen has claimed 233,000 lives over the past six years.
Yemen missile attack kills eight Saudi forces
The Yemeni Army, backed by popular forces, launched a missile attack against the Saudi-led coalition’s Camp Tadawain in Yemen’s Ma’rib, killing at least eight Saudi forces.

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