Saudi Arabia

Khashoggi Report Leads To New Sanctions

“Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman approved the operation that led to the brutal 2018 murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, according to a long-withheld U.S. intelligence report made public Friday,” the Washington...
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Us Intelligence Report Singles Out Saudi Crown Prince In Khashoggi Killing

The U.S. released a declassified intelligence report Friday that singles out Saudi Arabia’s powerful Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for approving the grisly murder of Saudi dissident and Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi in the...
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3 Energy Stocks To Buy And Hold For The Long Term

Rising oil prices have attracted investors back toward energy stocks. That looks sensible because higher prices generally mean more profits for energy companies. However, the issue is, no one knows where the oil prices may head from here. Saudi...

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Israel, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Uae Reportedly Mull Joint Defence Alliance

Recently, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that Israel would “do everything” to prevent Tehran from getting hold of nuclear weapons.
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Biden Breaks Promises At The Border But Keeps Pockets Open For Business

On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Shane Stranahan discuss the Biden administration, including the US president's relationship with Saudi Arabia, the denial of his pick for OMB, Neera Tanden, and the current White House policies...
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Saudi Arabia: Proposed Reforms Neglect Basic Rights: Ongoing Repression, Absence Of Civil Society...

( Human Rights Watch) – (Beirut) – Saudi Arabia recently announced a series of important and necessary reforms, but ongoing repression and a lack of respect for basic rights are major barriers to progress, Human Rights Watch said today. The...
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Biden Calls Saudi King Ahead Of Expected Release Of Khashoggi Report

President Biden spoke with Saudi Arabia's King Salman on Thursday, their first phone call since Biden's inauguration. The conversation took place before the expected release of a U.S. intelligence report on the killing of Saudi journalist and...
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Victim Families Of 2019 Pensacola Jihad Massacre Sue Saudi Arabia, Say It Knew Muslim Airman Was A...

“Al-Shamrani was a Trojan Horse sent by his country, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and its proxy, al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, for flight training at Naval Air Station Pensacola, Florida, under the auspices of a program tied to billions of...
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Us Due To Release Declassified Report ‘implicating’ Saudi Crown Prince In Khashoggi Murder

The United States is due to release a declassified intelligence report, which is widely expected to implicate the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia in the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Mohammed bin Salman has always denied any involvement.
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Barcelona Star Lionel Messi Told To ‘stand Up For Human Rights’ By Rejecting Lucrative Saudi...

According to Football Espana via the Independent, the families of Saudi Arabian prisoners have pleaded with Lionel Messi to reject an offer to become the face of the Kingdom’s tourism board.... Click Story Headline Above To Read/Watch/Comment...
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Why Google’s Plans For A Saudi-based Cloud Are So Dangerous: Riyadh May Demand Private...

By Dahlia Kholaif | – ( Global Voices ) – Tech giant Google plans to establish a new Google Cloud region in Saudi Arabia. Access Now, a nongovernmental digital rights organization, has raised alarm and requested the immediate halting...
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Biden Reportedly Plans To Call Saudi King Day Ahead Of Release Of Intel Review On Khashoggi Killing

Earlier this month, Secretary of State Anthony Blinken announced that the US would be reviewing its relationship with Saudi Arabia to make sure the “partnership” is “being conducted in a way that is consistent with our interests and also with...
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Over 70 Int'l, Domestic Firms Licensed To Work In Saudi Arabia's Military Sector, Reports Say

DOHA (Sputnik) - Saudi Arabia has issued licenses to over 70 domestic and foreign companies operating in the country's military sector by the end of 2020, state-run news agency SPA reported, citing the General Authority of Military Industries (GAMI).
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Saudi Arabia Sued By Families Of Pensacola Terror Attack Victims

Saudi Arabia Sued By Families Of Pensacola Terror Attack Victims Saudi Arabia is once again facing a major lawsuit in the US filed by the families of victims killed in a terror attack perpetrated by a Saudi citizen. The attack in...
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Pensacola Navy Base Mass Shooter Had Accomplices, Help From Saudi Arabia, Victims Claim In Terror...

Families of 16 killed or wounded say President Donald Trump and Riyadh reneged on a vow to compensate victims of longtime al-Qaeda operative and Saudi air force officer Ahmed Mohammed al-Shamrani.
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Riyadh Now Permits Women To Join Saudi Military, Hold Armed Combat Roles

Saudi Arabia's government has taken several progressive steps to advance women's rights in recent years, including the 2017 lifting of a ban that prohibited women to operate motor vehicles and the 2019 amendment allowing women to divorce and travel...
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Biden's Arms Freeze On Saudi Arabia Rings Hollow As Lockheed Signs Deal With Kingdom

US President Joe Biden announced a halt to arms sales and operational support for the Saudi-led war in Yemen — which began when he was vice-president to Barack Obama in 2015 — earlier this month, followed by the removal of Yemen's Ansarallah...
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Saudi Arabia Released A Feminist Activist From Prison, But The Government Must Prove The Move...

The activist Loujain al-Hathloul posing at home in Saudi Arabia after her release from prison on February 10, 2021. Family of Loujain al-Hathloul via Reuters Loujain al-Hathloul is free from prison as Saudi's leadership extends a friendly hand to...
Related topics: Feminism, Activism, Reuters, Joe Biden

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Spanish Giants Controversial Business Dealings With Saudi Arabia To Ensure Multi-million Euro...

It can’t be understated just how much the Covid-19 pandemic has affected the finances of football clubs across Europe. Even the biggest teams in the world haven’t escaped, and are looking... Click Story Headline Above To...

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Saudi Arabia Sees Snowfall For First Time In 50 Years - Photo, Video

Earlier this winter, Saudi Arabia, among other countries, experienced unusually cold weather, with the temperature falling below 0 degrees Celsius and massive snowfall blanketing the desert for the first time in 50 years.
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