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Russia says ready to mediate between Iran, Saudi Arabia
Russia is ready and willing to mediate in establishing relations between Iran and Saudi Arabia, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov stated.
Trump under pressure by Israel, Saudi Arabia to exit Iran nuclear deal
Iran’s nuclear deal, formally known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), was hailed as a historic event when it was signed between Iran and the six global powers in 2015.
Yemenis vow steadfast fight on anniversary of Saudi airstrike (Video)
Yemenis have held a candlelit vigil in the capital, Sana’a, to commemorate the first anniversary of a fatal Saudi bombing of a funeral ceremony.
Saudi Arabia rejects UN blacklisting over children deaths in Yemen (Video)
Saudi Arabia on Friday rejected a United Nations report blaming a Saudi-led military coalition for killing or injuring 683 children in Yemen and attacking dozens of schools and hospitals as ‘inaccurate and misleading’.
UN blacklists Saudi-led coalition for killing children in Yemen
The Saudi Arabia-led coalition fighting in Yemen was Thursday placed on a UN blacklist for killing and maiming children, drawing fresh calls from rights groups to step up pressure on Riyadh over the conflict.
Saudi Arabia agrees to buy Russian S-400 air defense system
Saudi Arabia has signed preliminary agreements to buy S-400 air defense systems and receive “cutting-edge technologies” from Russia as King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud is on an official trip to Moscow as the first Saudi monarch to visit the European country.
Saudi king makes historic visit to Russia, to discuss energy deals
Saudi Arabia and Russia are heavily dependent on oil exports and the global plunge of the price of crude that began in 2014 lashed both of their economies.
Saudi Arabia arrests 46 people amid crackdown on dissent
Saudi Arabia has detained 46 people over their posts on social media amid a heavy-handed crackdown on dissent in the Arab kingdom.
Saudi Arabia slips back into recession
The latest official figures show that Saudi Arabia has returned to recession in what is expected to have been a result of falling oil incomes as well as the government’s austerity measures to curb the kingdom’s budget deficit.
Saudi Arabia minister says adding women drivers will reduce car crashes
Saudi Arabia was the only remaining country to bar women from driving, a policy that will officially end in June 2018 after a ministerial committee reports on measures needed for implementation.
Saudi women rejoice at end of driving ban (Video)
Riyadh has removed the driving ban on women as part of its recent reforms to undo the damage the ultraconservative kingdom has suffered for decades of human rights violations both inside and outside of Saudi Arabia.
UK firms make huge profits on arm sales to Saudi Arabia
British companies selling weapons have earned hundreds of millions of dollars by selling arms to Saudi Arabia during the ongoing war in Yemen.
Saudi Arabia, Taliban like brothers’
In an Interview with the International Desk of MNA, Taliban spokesman Zabihollah Mojahed shared his views on political issues in Afghanistan as well as position of the Taliban insurgent group in the country.
Saudi Arabia, Israel paving way for US military presence on China border
Referring to the role of Saudi Arabia and Israel in ongoing massacre against Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar, Bankok- based geopolitical researcher Anthony Cartalucci believes these Washington proxies are paving the way for the US military presence on the China borders.
Saudi authorities arrest 20 opponents amid talk of king's abdication
Saudi security forces have reportedly arrested nearly 20 people, known for opposing the absolute monarchy in the Persian Gulf kingdom, in the past 24 hours.

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