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US approves $1 billion in weapons sales to Saudi Arabia

The United States has formally approved weapons sales to Saudi Arabia totaling more than $1 billion, despite growing pressure from…

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Yemen

In retaliatory attacks, Yemeni snipers kill several Saudi troopers in Jizan

Yemeni army soldiers, backed by fighters from allied Popular Committees, have reportedly killed several Saudi troopers in the kingdom’s southwestern…

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Yemen

Saudi war impossible without US support: Yemeni PM

Yemen’s prime minister tells Press TV that Saudi Arabia would not have been able to wage a war on the…

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Iran

Ayatollah J. Amoli: Saudi crimes in Yemen worse than Pharaoh

A senior Iranian scholar said the crimes committed by Saudi Arabia against the Yemeni people are worse than those committed…

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Yemen

Saudi strikes kill 9 more people in Yemen

Saudi Arabia has launched a fresh round of airstrikes targeting civilian areas across Yemen as reports suggest at least nine…

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Articles

What accounts for Pakistan’s troop deployment to Saudi Arabia?

Saudi Arabia and Pakistan have historically had close military partnership in the Middle East, and Islamabad has recently announced that…

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Yemen

Students protest Saudi War Crimes in front of UN, in Sana’a

Students from a number of schools organized a mass protest in front of the United Nations headquarters in the capital…

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Yemen

6 civilians dead, 7 injured as Saudi warplanes hit Yemen’s Sa’ada

At least six civilians have been killed when Saudi military aircraft carried out a string of airstrikes in Yemen’s northwestern…

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Saudi Arab

Saudi crown prince’s UK trip, one of the most sensitive diplomatic visits

The powerful Saudi crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, is set to meet senior royals on a visit to London this…

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Yemen

160 fishermen killed, over 250 boats destroyed by Saudi war on Yemen: Report

Latest data show more than 150 fishermen have lost their lives and dozens more sustained injuries in the wake of…

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