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12 killed as Saudi warplanes target military police in Yemeni capital
Saudi fighter jets have stepped up deadly airstrikes against the Yemeni capital, this time targeting the headquarters of military police in Sana’a, in a raid that left a dozen people dead and 80 more injured.
Saudi Arabia says it will allow cinemas to operate for the first time in decades
Saudi Arabia said Monday that it would allow cinemas to operate in the strictly conservative kingdom for the first time in decades, in the latest sign of a broader government push to relax some social restrictions.
Iran not to remain silent against US new conspiracy: Rouhani
Iran’s president said on Sunday that if Saudi Arabia stops bombing Yemen from tomorrow and sops being under the command of Israel, Iran is ready to improve its relations with Saudi government.
Saudi Arabia bombards Yemeni TV station, kills four
The Saudi-led coalition waging war on Yemen has attacked the headquarters of the Yemen al-Youm TV channel in the capital, Sana’a, killing four people and injuring five others.
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.
Arab League: Relocating US embassy would fuel violence in region
Secretary General of the Arab League Ahmed Aboul Gheit has warned that moving the US embassy from Tel Aviv to the occupied Jerusalem al-Quds would ‘fuel extremism and violence’ in the region.
Tehran dismisses verbal duel between Iran, Saudi Arabian FMs in Rome
Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qasemi on Saturday rejected reports on alleged severe verbal conflict between the Iranian and Saudi Arabian foreign ministers during the newly-ended Rome MED Conference 2017 in Rome, describing the report as 'mere news fabrication'.
Saudi Arabia sees Hezbollah in way of Israel: Pundit (Video)
The Saudi Arabia authorities are ‘going by Israel’s playbook’ in order to pave the way for the Tel Aviv regime to redraw the regional map, but the Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah gets in the way of their plan, said a commentator.
UN wants Saudi-led siege on Yemen fully lifted
The Saudi-led military coalition must fully lift its blockade on Yemen, where seven or eight million are "right on the brink of famine", UN humanitarian Chief Mark Lowcock said on Friday.
Iran present, Saudi Arabia and UAE absent at Doha Int'l Book Fair
The 28th Doha International Book Fair opened on Wednesday with the theme of 'Towards Conscious Society', with the participation of Iran and in the absence of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.
Israel, Saudi Arabia, Egypt pushed US to bomb Iran prior to nuclear deal: Kerry
The former US secretary of state, John Kerry, said Israel, Saudi Arabia and Egypt urged Washington to ‘bomb Iran’ before the conclusion of the 2015 nuclear deal between Tehran and world countries, with Tel Aviv pushing harder than the rest.
Saudi Arabia looking for tension with Iran to cover up defeats in region
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani hailed Iran's good relations with most of the regional countries, underlining that some countries like Saudi Arabia are looking for tension with Iran to cover up defeats in the region and internal problems.
Prince Miteb set free after paying $1b to Saudi Arabia authorities
Saudi Prince Miteb bin Abdullah has been freed after reaching a $1 billion ‘acceptable settlement agreement’ with the Kingdom's authorities.
Britain's May to visit Saudi Arabia, speak to crown prince
British Prime Minister Theresa May is to visit Saudi Arabia for talks on Wednesday with its assertive crown prince over the kingdom-led war in Yemen, the second European leader to specifically seek him out as he amasses power.

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