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Khashoggi's fiancée: Saudi crown prince's visits do not absolve him
The fiancée of journalist Jamal Khashoggi said on Wednesday that the political legitimacy Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman receives during visits to other countries does not change the fact that he is a "murderer".
U.S. fails to assess civilian deaths in Yemen war: Report
The State Department and the Defense Department have failed to assess civilian casualties caused by a Saudi-led coalition in the catastrophic war in Yemen and the use of American-made weapons in the killings, according to an internal government report.
Oil prices hit $120 as Saudi July price rise eclipses OPEC+ deal
Oil prices hit $120 a barrel on Monday after Saudi Arabia raised crude prices for July and amid doubts that an increased OPEC+ monthly output target will help ease tight supply.
Yemenis protest continued Saudi-led aggression
Thousands of Yemeni people poured into the streets in the capital Sana’a and other cities to voice their outrage over the continued acts of aggression and war crimes committed by the Saudi-led coalition.
Erdogan meets Saudi leaders on first visit since Khashoggi murder
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan met with Saudi Arabia’s crown prince on Thursday to “develop” relations on his first visit since the 2018 killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi drove a wedge between the two countries.
Saudi Arabia, Kuwait after negotiations with Iran over joint gas field
Saudi Arabia and Kuwait affirmed their right to exploit the natural resources in their joint natural gas field.
Saudi/Kuwait infringement on Iran’s energy rights and UK’s role
The recent decision by Kuwait and Saudi Arabia to develop the Durra offshore gas field which Iran calls Arash has revived a longstanding dispute on how to share the resources of the reservoir in the Persian Gulf.
Iran: Saudi-Kuwaiti deal to develop Arash gas field in Persian Gulf 'illegal'
Iran said it reserves the right for drilling in Arash gas field in the Persian Gulf, warning that an agreement between Saudi Arabia and Kuwait to produce gas at the shared field is illegal.
Saudi Arabia confirms 10-year travel ban for freed blogger Raif Badawi
Saudi Arabia confirmed Saturday a 10-year travel ban for freed blogger and human rights activist Raif Badawi, who has become a symbol of freedom of expression around the world.
Yemeni forces intercept, shoot down intruding Emirati, Saudi reconnaissance drones
Yemeni Army forces and allied fighters from the Popular Committees separately intercepted and shot down an unmanned aerial vehicle belonging to the United Arab Emirates Air Force (UAEAF) as well as a Saudi aircraft while flying in the skies over Yemen's northern province of Al-Jawf and the central province of Marib.
Berri voices Lebanon’s support for Iran-Saudi dialogue
Lebanese Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri said Beirut supports negotiations between Iran and Saudi Arabia.
At least one civilian killed as Saudi jets bomb Sana’a, other Yemeni cities
Saudi Arabia has intensified its air raids against residential areas in the Yemeni capital Sana’a and elsewhere in the war-wracked country, after the head of Yemen’s Supreme Political Council announced the launch of a general mobilization campaign against the Saudi war and all-out blockade.
Entire family killed in Saudi bombardment on Yemen
A Yemeni official said airstrikes launched against Sana'a by the Saudi-led coalition killed around 20 people, including an entire family.
Dozens of UAE-, Saudi-backed militants killed in Yemeni missile strike in Shabwah Province: Report
Dozens of militants sponsored by the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Saudi Arabia were killed after Yemeni Army soldiers and fighters from allied Popular Committees launched a missile strike against their position in Yemen’s southern province of Shabwah.
Yemeni official warns Saudi-led coalition against any ‘uncalculated stupidity’ in Hodeida
A top Yemeni Army official warned that any attack by the Saudi Arabia against the port of Hodeida would have serious consequences in the region as it would push Sana’a to adopt a new military strategy that would target the aggressors and their supporters.

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