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Saudi Arabia takes steps to revive economic growth stalled by pandemic, oil price crash
Saudi Arabia has taken steps to revive economic growth hurt by the COVID-19 pandemic and oil price crash, including making an unprecedented transfer of government funds to the sovereign wealth fund.
Russia leapfrogs Saudi Arabia as China's top crude oil supplier in April
Russia overtook Saudi Arabia as China's top crude oil supplier in April, customs data showed, with imports rising 18 percent from the same month a year earlier as refiners snapped up cheap raw materials amid a price war between the two producers.
FBI accidentally reveals name of Saudi diplomat suspected of supporting 9/11 terrorists
The FBI accidentally revealed the name of a former Saudi Embassy official who is suspected of helping two Al-Qaeda hijackers in the 9/11 terror attacks.
New legal documents raise fresh questions over Newcastle takeover deal
New legal documents have been passed to the Premier League that raise fresh questions about whether the controversial £300-million Saudi Arabia-funded takeover of Newcastle United should get the go-ahead, the Guardian can reveal.
Saudi Arabia to cut oil output by another 1m barrels a day
Saudi Arabia said Monday it had asked oil giant Aramco to cut an additional one million barrels per day from June, to support prices that have crashed during the coronavirus crisis.
Saudi Arabia triples VAT, halts gov’t handouts in austerity drive
Saudi Arabia's finance minister on Monday said the kingdom will triple its Value Added Tax (VAT) and halt monthly handout payments to citizens in new austerity measures amid a coronavirus-led economic slump.
Iran slams attempts to destabilize Iraq
Badr Organization: US, Saudi Arabia bent on reviving Daesh
Iran denounces UK for arms export to Saudi Arabia
“UK must stand on the right side of history”
Saudi Arabia looks for an exit to the war in Yemen
The kingdom’s quagmire
Rarely has Saudi Arabia sounded so magnanimous. For five years it has been fighting the Houthis on behalf of the government they toppled. The war has devastated Yemen’s infrastructure and killed more than 100,000 people. But on April 8th Saudi Arabia and its allies promised to lay down their arms for two weeks. The reason for the ceasefire, said a Saudi official, was “to alleviate the suffering of the brotherly Yemeni people and maintain their health and safety”. Two days later Yemen, the region’s poorest country, announced its first confirmed case of COVID-19.
UN: Saudi deportations of Ethiopian migrants risks spreading coronavirus
The United Nations said on Monday that deportations of illegal migrant workers by Saudi Arabia to Ethiopia risked spreading the coronavirus and it urged Riyadh to suspend the practice for the time being.
Moscow, Riyadh 'very close' to oil deal: Russian negotiator
Russia and Saudi Arabia are "very, very close" to a deal on oil production cuts, Kirill Dmitriev, the head of Russia's sovereign wealth fund, told CNBC on Monday.
OPEC+ meeting delayed as Moscow-Riyadh oil price row intensifies
OPEC and Russia postponed a Monday meeting to discuss oil output cuts until April 9, OPEC sources said, as a dispute between Moscow and Saudi Arabia over who is to blame for plunging crude prices intensified.
Iran fiercely fighting locust, urges more action from Saudi Arabia
Iranian authorities say Saudi Arabia should do more to help fight a locust plague that could threat crops and food security in the Middle East and North Africa region.
Russia faces bigger budget deficit over oil prices
Russia’s budget deficit could reach 0.9% of gross domestic product (GDP) in 2020 at current oil prices, Finance Minister, Anton Siluanov told the upper house of parliament on Saturday.

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