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Saudi air raid kills nine civilians at Yemen funeral
A Saudi airstrike killed eight women and a child at a funeral reception near the Yemeni capital, medics said, adding to the conflict's mounting civilian death toll.
Yemeni officials say Saudi Arabia-led airstrike kills 5 civilians
At least one Saudi-led airstrike near Yemen’s rebel-held capital killed at least five people on Wednesday, the country’s Houthi rebels and medical officials said.
Saudi Arabia seeks to impose its will on Yemenis: Pundit
Saudi Arabia which has been engaged in a relentless bombing campaign against Yemen since March 2015, has declared the country's western port city of Hudaydah a military zone.
Saudi Arabia serving UK, US agenda in Mideast : Commentator
A new report reveals that British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has urged the UK government to continue arms sales to Saudi Arabia even after a deadly airstrike on a funeral in Yemen last October that killed over 140 people.
Saudi Arabia drops case on deadly Mecca crane crash
A Saudi court has decided to drop a case it opened a few months ago to prosecute those responsible for the 2015 deadly crane crash in the holy city of Mecca.
Egypt court rules against transfer of islands to Saudi Arabia
An Egyptian court on Monday ruled against the government's attempt to transfer two Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia, an embarrassment for President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi that could deepen tensions with his onetime Persian Gulf patron.
Iraq seeking to improve Iran-Saudi Arabia ties
Iraqi Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari said he has been carrying out certain mediatory measures since last year in order to help the improvement of relations between Iran and Saudi Arabia.
Iran to focus on compensation, blood money in talks with Saudi Arabian officials
Iran is going to focus on security issues, legal proceedings, compensation and blood money for the martyred Iranian pilgrims during coming meetings with the Saudi Arabian officials, the Leader’s representative for Hajj and Pilgrimage Affairs Hojjatoleslam Ali Qazi Asgar said.
Egypt court backs govt. in giving Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia
An Egyptian appeal court has ruled in favor of the government’s contentious decision in giving control of two islands in the Red Sea to Saudi Arabia, reversing an earlier Administrative Court ruling that concluded the pair should remain under Egypt’s sovereignty.
Saudi Arabia invites Iran for talks on Hajj
Saudi Arabia has invited Iran to discuss a return of its nationals to next year's Hajj after Iranians could not take part in the annual pilgrimage following a major diplomatic row, reports said Friday.
Egypt govt. OKs deal on Red Sea islands’ handover to Saudi Arabia
The Egyptian government has endorsed a contentious maritime border agreement to hand over two strategic Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia despite public outrage and a court ruling against the move.
Egypt government OKs Red Sea islands deal with Saudi Arabia
The Egyptian government has endorsed a contentious maritime border agreement to hand over two strategic Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia despite public outrage and a court ruling against the move.
Former Kuwait lawmaker gets longer jail term for insulting Saudi Arabia
A Kuwaiti appeals court has sentenced an outspoken former member of parliament to 10 years in jail for insulting the ruling families in Saudi Arabia and Bahrain.
Saudi Arabia projects 2017 budget deficit of $53bn
Saudi Arabia has forecast that its budget deficit for next year will be about $53 billion despite economic measures adopted by the government in response to low oil prices.

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