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Report: Israel examining transfer of Egyptian islands to Saudi Arabia
Israel is reportedly considering a Saudi request to change the international status of two disputed islands in the Red Sea, a move that is expected to lay the ground for the normalization of ties between Riyadh and the occupying regime.
Saudi Arabia refuses to permit first commercial flight from Sana’a since 2016
The first commercial flight out of Yemen's capital in six years was indefinitely postponed Sunday, after the Saudi-led coalition waging a war against the country refused to issue permits, the national carrier said.
Iran, Saudi Arabia resume talks in Iraq
Regional powers Iran and Saudi Arabia have resumed key talks in the Iraqi capital Baghdad after negotiations were suspended last month, Iran’s Nour News and a senior Iraqi official said Saturday.
UAE, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia hold animosity toward anyone opposed to Israel: cchief
The leader of Yemen’s Houthi resistance movement said the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Bahrain and Saudi Arabia hold animosity toward anyone hostile to Israel, stressing that the trio do not want peace and stability for the Muslim world and are fostering seditious plots.
Cease-fire watershed in ending Yemen war: Former Iran envoy
A string of political developments has occurred in Yemen, enhancing prospects for ending a seven-year-old war waged by Saudi Arabia and a number of its allies against the Ansarullah movement. Days after a two-month cease-fire brokered by the United Nations came to force in Yemen, Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi, the self-proclaimed president, stepped aside on Thursday and handed over all his powers to a newly-formed Presidential Leadership Council. In an exclusive interview with Iran Daily, former Iranian ambassador to Yemen Morteza Rahimi said the temporary truce could be a turning point in bringing the Saudi-led aggression to an end.
Turkey to move trial of Khashoggi suspects to Saudi Arabia
A Turkish court decided to transfer the trial of 26 Saudis accused in the gruesome killing of Jamal Khashoggi to Saudi Arabia, raising fears that those responsible for the death of The Washington Post columnist won’t be brought to justice for a crime that drew international outrage.
Over 3 million cluster bombs used in Saudi-led war on Yemen
The director general of the Yemen Executive Mine Action Centre (YEMAC) said the Saudi-led military coalition has dropped more than three million cluster bombs on Yemen since the beginning of the devastating war in March 2015.
Ansarullah official: Saudi Arabia cannot be mediator for Yemen war
A senior Yemeni official reacted to a recent report that the Saudi-based Persian Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) is considering inviting the Ansarullah resistance movement and other Yemeni parties for consultations, saying the kingdom cannot be a mediator as it is a perpetrator of the bloody war.
West’s double standards on human rights hypocritical: Raeisi
President Seyyed Ebrahim Raeisi strongly condemned Western countries for their double-standard approach to human rights violations in certain countries and inaction of so-called rights advocates in the face of such breaches.
Over 80 prisoners executed in a single day in Saudi Arabia
More than 80 prisoners were executed in a single day in Saudi Arabia, draingn a strong wave of condemnation from various Islamic and Saudi opposition groups, which say most of those executed had been jailed only for exercising their right to free expression of opinion.
Yemen claims drone attack on refinery in Saudi capital
Yemen’s armed forces claimed a drone attack on a refinery in the Saudi capital Riyadh on Thursday morning, which Saudi state media said ignited a fire.

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