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Mosques flattened in fresh Saudi airstrikes in Yemen
Saudi Arabian warplanes flattened a mosque in Yemen's west-central Ma’rib Province, and stricken another in the northwestern Sa’da Province.
Mosques flattened in fresh Saudi airstrikes in Yemen
Saudi Arabian warplanes flattened a mosque in Yemen's west-central Ma’rib Province, and stricken another in the northwestern Sa’da Province.
Saudi regime forces kidnap three youths in Shia-populated Qatif
Saudi regime forces have arrested three young Shia men, including a minor, in the kingdom’s Shia-populated and oil-rich Eastern Province as the Riyadh regime presses ahead with its brutal clampdown against members of the religious community.
Saudi Arabian court sentences famous columnist to 5 years in prison
A Saudi Arabian criminal court has sentenced a prominent columnist to five years in prison on charges of allegedly insulting the royal court.
Saudi airstrikes kill 4 civilians in Yemen’s Sa’ada
At least four civilians were killed when Saudi military jets carried out a string of airstrikes in Yemen's northwestern province of Sa’ada as the Saudi regime presses ahead with an atrocious military campaign against its crisis-hit southern neighbor.
UN: Saudi-led coalition killed 68 children in Yemen last summer
The Saudi-led coalition that is fighting in Yemen is responsible for the deaths of scores of children since last summer, a United Nations report said.
9 Yemeni civilians killed, nearly dozen injured as Saudi jets hit Amran
At least nine civilians have lost their lives and nearly a dozen others sustained injuries when Saudi fighter jets carried out a string of airstrikes against a residential area in Yemen’s northwestern province of Amran as the Riyadh regime does not shy away from its atrocious aerial bombardment campaign against its southern neighbor.
Saudi puts anti-regime activist on trial with no defense lawyer present
Saudi officials have put on trial a pro-democracy campaigner and anti-regime activist without the presence of a defense lawyer and letting members of his family know about the trial session.
Yemeni army, allies fire ballistic missile at Saudi Arabia’s King Khalid International Airport
Yemeni army forces and allied fighters from Popular Committees have reportedly launched a locally designed and manufactured ballistic missile toward an area deep inside Saudi Arabia in response to the Riyadh regime’s devastating aerial bombardment campaign against its crisis-stricken southern neighbor.
UK lawyers seek to suspend Saudi Arabia from UN rights body
Two British human rights lawyers have announced their plan to pursue suspension of Saudi Arabia from the UN Human Rights Council after 61 people were arbitrarily detained or disappeared in a recent round of Riyadh’s crackdown on public dissent.
Where do Yemeni missiles come from?
Saudi Arabia’s brutal military aggression against Yemen has taken quite a few drastic turns ever since its beginning in March 2015. The deadly war has seen Saudis use illegal weapons such as cluster bombs over populated areas without any raised eyebrows in the West. The war has also seen the Riyadh regime’s allies such as the US and the UK ramp up their arms deals with the monarchy despite international outcry. All of this, however, has been overshadowed by one question the answer to which has so far defied observers: How did Yemen’s Ansarullah fighters lay their hands on ballistic missiles? How did the militiamen acquire the know-how to maintain, launch and even upgrade their arsenal?
Fierce Aden clashes split Saudi ‘coalition’ in Yemen
Several people were killed as mercenaries allied to Saudi Arabia fiercely fought pitched battles with separatists backed by the UAE in Yemen's southern city of Aden, deepening a rift between the two sides.
Saudi, UAE teams denied neutral venues for Qatar clashes
Saudi Arabia and UAE football authorities said on Sunday their teams will play Asian Champions League away matches in Qatar despite a travel ban they have imposed on their Persian Gulf neighbor.
Saudi billionaire Alwaleed bin Talal ‘released’ from Ritz-Carlton
Saudi Arabian billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal has been released after more than two months of detention on allegations of corruption, according to a family source.
Activists demand UK halts Mohammed Bin Salman visit
UK activists are calling on British Prime Minister Theresa May to withdraw an invitation to Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman, who is expected to visit within a few weeks.

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