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Israeli minister reveals covert contacts with Saudi Arabia
An Israeli cabinet minister said that Israel has had covert contacts with Saudi Arabia, a first disclosure by a senior official of long-rumored secret dealings.
Saudi airstrikes kill 6 children, 3 women in Yemen’s Jawf Province
At least eight children and three women have been killed after Saudi fighter jets targeted a residential area in Yemen's northern province of Jawf as the Riyadh regime presses ahead with its ruthless bombardment of its southern neighbor.
Confidential UN brief reveals no missiles sent to Yemen by Iran
A confidential letter by a UN panel has put under question Saudi claims that the missiles used by Yemeni Ansarullah forces against Saudi Arabia have been provided by Iran.
Saudi war on Yemen continues as calls grow for lifting blockade
Nearly two dozen civilians lost their lives and several others sustained injuries when Saudi fighter jets carried out two separate attacks in Yemen as the kingdom presses ahead with its devastating aerial bombardment campaign against its impoverished southern neighbor.
Reports: Lebanon president says Saudi holds Hariri, calls it aggression
Lebanese President Michel Aoun said on Wednesday that Saudi Arabia had detained Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri, the first time he had said so publicly, and called it an act of aggression against Lebanon.
Rouhani: Saudi meddling in Lebanon ‘shameful’
The Iranian president denounces Saudi Arabia’s interference in Lebanon, saying it is “shameful” that a Muslim state has “begged” the Israeli regime to carry out military strikes against the Lebanese nation, Press TV reported.
OCHA urges Saudi-led coalition to open all Yemen’s sea ports
The military coalition led by Saudi Arabia should urgently open all Yemen’s sea ports amid the famine and the spread of diseases that have affected some seven million people in the war-ravaged country, a UN official has said.
UN dismisses Saudi conditions to reopen Yemen port
The United Nations on Tuesday dismissed a Saudi demand that tighter inspections be put in place at Yemen's Hodeida port before a devastating blockade is lifted.
How Saudi Arabia turned on Lebanon's Hariri
From the moment Saad al-Hariri’s plane touched down in Saudi Arabia on Friday Nov. 3, he was in for a surprise.
UN: Saudi easing of Yemen blockade not enough
The Saudi-led coalition is still blocking desperately-needed UN aid deliveries to Yemen despite the reopening of the port of Aden and of a land border crossing, a UN spokesman said.
UN: Saudi blockade of Yemen threatens to starve millions
Saudi Arabia’s three-day-old blockade of entry points to Yemen threatens to plunge that war-ravaged country into a famine that could starve millions of people, the top relief official of the United Nations said Wednesday.
Macron: France to keep Iran’s nuclear deal
French President Emmanuel Macron has stressed that his country will keep Iran’s landmark 2015 nuclear deal despite opposition from US President Donald Trump.
Saudi arrests could be more about 'power politics,' HRW warns
Human Rights Watch has voiced serious concern over recent arrests in Saudi Arabia, saying detention of prominent royals and businessmen under the banner of battling corruption could in fact be more a case of internal power politics.
Saudi Prince Mansour bin Muqrin dies in helicopter crash
A helicopter carrying a high-ranking Saudi prince and other government officials crashed in the kingdom's south, reportedly killing all eight people on board.

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