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Qasemi: Washington-Riyadh partnership fuels regional insecurity
Iran Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qasemi said the US-Saudi Arabia cooperation is aimed at fueling insecurity in the region.
UK envoy draws criticism by defending Saudi crackdown on Shias in eastern town
Britain’s ambassador to Riyadh has defended the Saudi regime’s heavy-handed crackdown on the minority Shia Muslims in Eastern Province, drawing criticisms from human rights activists.
Italian publication: Iran is a logical player
An Italian publication referring to Riyadh and Washington's anti-Iran policies and appointment of John Bolton as national security advisor wrote the Islamic Republic is a logical player and it would be in the best interest of the US to have it as an ally.
US approves $1.3b worth of artillery sale to Saudi Arabia
The US administration has given the green light to a $1.3 billion sale of artillery to Saudi Arabia, ignoring reports that its weapons have greatly contributed to a high rate of civilian deaths amid Riyadh’s war on Yemen.
Yemenis would have conquered Riyadh if Iran had been able to provide military aid: Houthi official
The president of the Houthi Revolutionary Committee has strongly dismissed allegations that Iran is providing arms to Yemeni forces in the fight against the Saudi-led military aggression against Yemen, stressing Yemeni army soldiers and fighters from allied Popular Committees would have conquered Riyadh if Iran had been able to provide military aid.
Yemen army targets King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh
Yemen’s Ansarullah fighters and allied army units have carried out more retaliatory missile attacks against Saudi Arabia, targeting several positions in the kingdom.
Iran: Riyadh to blame for deadlock in all initiatives to solve crises
The Saudi Arabia has caused all political initiatives to solve Yemen crises over the past three years to come to a deadlock, Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qasemi said on Saturday.
Hariri visits Riyadh for first time since shock ‘resignation’
Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri has traveled to Saudi Arabia for the first time since last November, when he announced a surprise resignation live on television from Riyadh only to rescind it upon arriving home.
Germany stops arms sales to Saudi Arabia
Germany has stopped selling weapons to Saudi Arabia and almost all of its allies waging war on Yemen, in a decision likely to have both an impact on the Riyadh regime and a domino effect on other Western and non-Western countries exporting arms to Saudi Arabia.
Drivers voice concern over Saudi plan to raise fuel prices (Video)
Drivers in Saudi Arabia have expressed concerns over the kingdom’s plan to increase local gasoline prices starting from Monday as the country struggles with a budget deficit.
Saudi-led airstrikes kill 10 women in western Yemen
Warplanes operated by a Saudi Arabian-led coalition waging war on Yemen have raided a farm in the west of the country, claiming the lives of at least 10 women.
Riyadh advancing Israeli interests, Palestinian officials worry
Palestinian officials have expressed worry that Saudi Arabia is forgoing important Palestinian rights as it acts behind the scenes to advance a United States ‘grand bargain’ over the Israeli-Palestinian conflict that heavily favors Israeli interests.
Top Syrian negotiator rejects Riyadh-2 communiqué
Syria's ambassador to the United Nations and head of the Syrian delegation to the intra-Syrian peace talks in Geneva says has strongly condemned the foreign-sponsored armed opposition over a communiqué, which demands the resignation of President Bashar al-Assad and his exclusion from governing Syria during a transitional period.
Amnesty International urges Greece to scrap Saudi arms sale amid war on Yemen
Amnesty International has demanded that Greece scrap a controversial arms sale to Saudi Arabia as the Riyadh regime has been leading a brutal military campaign against Yemen for more than two years.
Lebanon rejects invitation to attend Riyadh anti-terror meeting
Lebanon has stayed away from the inaugural summit of a military alliance formed by Saudi Arabia as the fallout from Riyadh's escalation of pressure on Beirut keeps growing.

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