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Human rights groups called Australia to stop arms sales to Saudi and UAE

Human rights groups called on Australia to immediately stop selling weapons to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, the…

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Articles

What’s Behind Claims of Anti-Saudi Attacks from Iraq?

Recently, Wall Street Journal, citing sources in the US State Department, reported that an attack on Saudi oil facilities and…

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Saudi Arab

Washington Post Blasts Trump’s Indifference to Saudi Involvement in Khashoggi Murder

The Washington Post blasted, in an article published on Monday, US President Donald Trump’s indifference to the Saudi involvement in…

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Saudi Arab

Saudi Arabia going through most oppressive era in its history

A Saudi scholar and researcher says the conservative oil-rich kingdom has long experienced bouts of oppression against pro-democracy campaigners, Muslim…

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Yemen

Yemeni Drones Strike Saudi Drone Bunkers, Stations in Jizan Airport

Yemeni forces, in a retaliatory attack, launched multiple drone strikes against Saudi Arabia’s Jizan airport, Al-Masirah TV reported on Sunday.…

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World

Sheikh Zakzaky, Wife Need Urgent Medical Attention: Report

A group of medical experts and consultants which conducted health assessments on Nigeria’s top Muslim cleric Sheikh Zakzaky and his…

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Saudi Arab

World leaders, HR groups express shock and condemn Saudi recent mass execution

World leaders and several human rights organizations have expressed shock and condemnation over Saudi Arabia’s recent mass execution of nearly…

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Saudi Arab

New crackdown in Saudi Arabia, Seven people including US citizens arrest

At least seven people, including two US citizens, have been arrested in a new crackdown in Saudi Arabia, activists said…

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Saudi Arab

US trained Khashoggi’s killers: Media report

Saudi operatives allegedly murdered Jamal Khashoggi in October, sparking an angry response from many lawmakers in the United States. Some…

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Bahrain

Bahrain seeks to ‘sportwash’ image by hosting Formula One race: Amnesty

Amnesty International says the “deeply repressive” Bahraini regime is trying to rehabilitate its image by hosting the Formula One race.…

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