Saudi Arabia

Manchester United Look Set To Receive Third Bid For Potential Saudi Takeover

Manchester United could reportedly be braced for a third takeover bid from Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman as he attempts to purchase the club from the Glazer family. The Red... Click Story Headline Above To...

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How Iran Plans To Out Smart Trump: Enter The 'grey Zone'

Thomas Trask Security, Middle East Tensions with Iran remain high. While international attention has shifted to the Syrian-Turkish border this past week, Friday's attack on an Iranian oil tanker offshore of Saudi Arabia is a reminder that recent...
Related topics: Iran

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Kuwait, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Uae Issue Travel Warnings Over Lebanon Protests

Kuwait’s Embassy in Lebanon on Friday asked citizens wishing to travel to Lebanon to wait because of the current protests and unrest. “The embassy also calls on citizens currently in Lebanon to take utmost care and stay away from crowds and...
Related topics: Kuwait, Bahrain, Lebanon, Protests

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Saudi Arabia: Christian Tourists Will Be Arrested If They Display Bible In Public

“Last month, Saudi Arabia announced it was launching a new visa program meant to encourage tourism, in part to move the kingdom away from its dependence on the oil industry.” However, “Christians traveling to Saudi Arabia are being...
Related topics: Religion

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Slavery Persists In Saudi Arabia

As is well known, slavery was formally abolished in Saudi Arabia as late as 1962, and then only after terrific pressure had been applied to the Saudis by Western governments. And today, when we speak of slavery in the Muslim world, we think of...

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Watch "vladimir Putin's" Gyrfalcon Hatching From Its Egg

Earlier this week, Russian President Vladimir Putin visited Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, gifting Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan and Saudi King Salman two gyrfalcons.
Related topics: Vladimir Putin, United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi

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Yikes: Saudi Arabia Does Have Chinese-built Ballistic Missiles

Sebastien Roblin Security, Middle East But they aren't exactly the best or most accurate.  Key point: Saudi Arabia's DF-3 missiles are horribly inaccurate and have never been used. You would be hard pressed to find two more determined foes of...
Related topics: Iran

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Venezuela Wins A Seat On The U.n. Human Rights Council

The government of Nicolás Maduro joins Cuba, the Philippines and Saudi Arabia on the 47-member panel. The United States walked out last year.
Related topics: Venezuela, Human Rights, Cuba, Philippines

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Saudi Arabia, Palestinians Agree On Joint Business Council

Saudi Arabia and the Palestinians agreed on Thursday to establish a joint economic committee and a business council, as the Palestinian Authority faces a financing gap that could top $1.8 billion.Palestinian President Mahmud Abbas's PA has been in...

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Token Of Appreciation: Russian Embassy In Uae Comments On Putin's Unusual Emirati Car Escort

On Tuesday, Russian President Vladimir Putin paid an official visit to the United Arab Emirates, following his trip to Saudi Arabia. Putin met with Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, and the two discussed the situation in the...
Related topics: Vladimir Putin, United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi

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Red Sea Tanker Attack: Iran Plans To Send Evidence Of Alleged Us, Israeli Role To United Nations

Over the past few months, the United States and Saudi Arabia, two of Iran’s key adversaries, have blamed the Islamic Republic for a series of attacks on commercial vessels in the Persian Gulf and oil facilities in Saudi Arabia, which Iran...
Related topics: Iran

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Traffic Accident In Saudi Arabia's Medina Province Leaves 35 Dead, 4 Injured

A total of 35 individuals were killed on Wednesday in a massive traffic accident in Saudi Arabia's Medina province, the SPA news agency has revealed.

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Who Will Ease Tensions In The Middle East?

Putin visits UAE and Saudi Arabia; Turkey continues incursion into Syria; Haitian near ouster of Jovenel Moïse; Dems ready for 4th debate
Related topics: Vladimir Putin, Turkey, Syria, Debate

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Tehran Says Ready To Mediate Yemen War, Blasts Us Efforts To Obstruct Improved Iranian-saudi Ties

Tensions between the Gulf neighbours reached new highs in recent months after a string of drone and missile attacks targeting tankers and oil facilities. Last week, the US announced that it would be sending thousands of troops to Saudi Arabia in...
Related topics: Iran, Tehran, Yemen, Drones

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Investors Panic-sell Saudi Stocks As Bear Market Erupts

Investors Panic-Sell Saudi Stocks As Bear Market Erupts A bear market is roaring in Saudi Arabia, as local stock indexes fell sharply on Tuesday, with energy, financials, and basic materials taking the brunt of the selling.  The...

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Examining Age, Sustainability Of Fossil Aquifers In Arabian Peninsula

What does the presence of 1,000 year old water mean for the future of water supplies under the desert regions of Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Jordan, Oman, Yemen and the United Arab Emirates? New research has sought to identify how much good water is...
Related topics: Iraq, Oman, Yemen, United Arab Emirates

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Some Booed Saudi, Palestinian Soccer Match In West Bank Even Before It Started 

Most Arab teams refused to seek Israeli permission to enter the occupied territory. Saudi Arabia was among them — until now. 

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The Biggest Problem For The Aramco Ipo

The Biggest Problem For The Aramco IPO Authored by Simon Watkins via OilPrice.com, From almost the very moment in 2016 when Saudi Arabia first announced that it was to float its state-owned oil and gas behemoth, Saudi Aramco, in a dual...
Related topics: Initial Public Offering

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In The Middle East, There’s One Country Every Side Talks To: Russia

Putin travels to Saudi Arabia for discussions on all sorts of topics, from Syria to Iran to oil.
Related topics: Russia, Vladimir Putin, Syria, Iran

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Trump’s Needlessly Dangerous Saudi Arabia Deployment

Ted Galen Carpenter The Trump administration has approved the deployment to Saudi Arabia of Air Force F-15s, new air defense systems, and other military hardware, along with U.S. troops to operate and maintain those weapons systems. These new...
Related topics: Military

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