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Yemenis kill 20 Saudi forces in Jizan
Yemeni Armed Forces spokesman announced that the Yemeni army and the popular committees attacks on two Saudis’ positions in Jizan, southern Saudi Arabia killed 20 Saudi forces.
Saudi jets raid Yemeni capital after drone shot down
Saudi warplanes have carried out a string of airstrikes against targets in the Yemeni capital city of Sana'a as relentless aggression against the impoverished Arab country continues.
Italy's opera house snubs Saudi cash amid human rights concerns
Italy’s prestigious opera house, La Scala, has rejected an offer from Saudi Arabia to pump funds into the theater after the proposal sparked criticism from human rights groups and some politicians.
Saudi women activists face ‘bogus’ charges: Rights group
UK-based rights group Amnesty International says Saudi Arabia has leveled “bogus” charges against some 10 women rights activists.
US Congress members, activists slam Saudi human rights record
Members of the US Congress, activists and families of detainees slammed Saudi Arabia's human rights record while urging the United States government to take action.
Senate urges halt to US support for Saudi war on Yemen in rebuke to Trump
The US Senate has once again rebuked President Donald Trump for his policy toward Riyadh by approving a resolution that would put an end to Washington’s support for the Saudi-led coalition in the devastating war it has waged on Yemen since 2015.
Exiled Saudi royal forms elaborate opposition in Europe to change regime in Saudi Arabia
An exiled Saudi prince has formed a Europe-based opposition movement seeking to change the regime in Saudi Arabia and end human rights abuses in the repressive country.
US taking side of ‘repressive’ Saudi government: Analyst
A former US diplomat in Saudi Arabia says current and previous US administrations from both political parties have taken the side of the “repressive” Saudi government over the families of victims of the September 11, 2001 attacks.
UN rights chief seeks freedom of detained Saudi women activists
United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, has called on Saudi authorities to release a group of women's rights activists, whom were detained in last year’s crackdown and are being held for nearly a year without charge.
Pentagon awards Lockheed Martin nearly $1billion for Saudi THAAD missile system
The Pentagon has awarded its top weapons supplier Lockheed Martin Corp nearly $1 billion on behalf of Saudi Arabia for the installation of the US military giant’s THAAD missile system in the kingdom.
US says ‘won’t intervene’ in Saudi man’s deadly hit-and-run case as suspect flees America
The United States has announced that it is not planning to prosecute a Saudi Arabian man who has fled the country after killing a young girl in a hit-an-run accident.
Iran decries US ‘hypocrisy’ over planned nuclear sale to Saudi Arabia
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has denounced Washington’s “hypocrisy” after reports said the administration of US President Donald Trump was seeking to advance the sale of nuclear power technology to Saudi Arabia.
Britain urges Germany to ease curbs on arms sales to Saudi
Britain’s top diplomat has urged Germany to relax its ban on arms sales to Saudi Arabia because they are affecting UK sales of weapons to – and by extension its influence with – the oil-rich kingdom.
Dissident Saudi inmates start open-ended hunger strike against mistreatment
A number of dissident Saudi prisoners have begun an open-ended hunger strike in protest at their mistreatment by prison authorities as a crackdown led by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman against rights campaigners and intellectuals widens in the conservative oil-rich kingdom.
Pakistan should rethink decades-old transactional relationship with Saudi Arabia
This weekend, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is visiting Pakistan with his entourage of over 1,000 people, including investors, government officials and security personnel. It is expected that the trip will result in investments in Pakistan worth up to $20bn.

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