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Iran fiercely fighting locust, urges more action from Saudi Arabia
Iranian authorities say Saudi Arabia should do more to help fight a locust plague that could threat crops and food security in the Middle East and North Africa region.
Russia faces bigger budget deficit over oil prices
Russia’s budget deficit could reach 0.9% of gross domestic product (GDP) in 2020 at current oil prices, Finance Minister, Anton Siluanov told the upper house of parliament on Saturday.
Saudi Arabia floods Europe with $25 oil as fight with Russia escalates
Saudi Arabia is flooding Europe with oil at prices as low as $25 per barrel, specifically targeting big refiners of Russian oil in an escalation of its fight with Moscow for market share, five trading sources said on Friday.
Iran tells Saudi Arabia to avoid politicizing coronavirus
Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Seyyed Abbas Mousavi rejected Riyadh’s claim about the reason why the passports of Saudi nationals arriving in Iran are not stamped, urging Saudi Arabia not to politicize the coronavirus disease.
UAE joins Saudi in opening oil taps as row with Russia hits crude prices
The United Arab Emirates joined Saudi Arabia on Wednesday in promising to raise oil output to a record high in April, as the two Persian Gulf Arab oil producers in OPEC took a united stand in a standoff with Russia that has hammered global crude prices.
Saudi Arabia, Russia raise stakes in oil price war
Saudi Arabia said on Tuesday it would increase its crude oil supply to a record high, raising the stakes in its price war with Russia and effectively rejecting Moscow's overtures for new talks.
Oil prices plunge by a third as pump war looms
Oil prices lost as much as a third of their value on Monday in their biggest daily rout since the 1991 US-led war against Iraq as Saudi Arabia and Russia signaled they would hike output in a market already awash with crude after their three-year supply pact collapsed.
Saudi Arabia locks down Shia-majority region using virus as excuse
Saudi Arabia has imposed a lockdown on the oil-rich and Shia-populated Qatif region in an excuse to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Saudi Arabia detains four prominent royals
Four senior princes including two of the most prominent members of the Saudi royal family have been detained in the Saudi capital of Riyadh, a move that could be designed to further strengthen the position of the kingdom’s de facto ruler, according to two people close to Saudi leadership.
Saudi Arabia expands ban on Umrah pilgrimage over coronavirus fears
Saudi Arabia has banned its citizens and other residents of the kingdom from performing Umrah pilgrimage in Mecca or visiting the Prophet’s Mosque in Medina amid the rapid spread of a coronavirus worldwide, expanding an earlier such ban on foreigners.
UN rights office calls on Saudi Arabia to release women activists, uphold rights
The United Nations human rights chief has urged Saudi Arabia to release women activists and also uphold freedom of expression and peaceful assembly, as the Arab kingdom prepares to hold the 2020 G20 Riyadh Summit in November.
Saudi Arabia suspends Umrah pilgrimage for fear of COVID-19
Saudi Arabia says it has temporarily suspended entry for individuals aiming to perform Umrah pilgrimage or to visit the Prophet's Mosque in Medina over concerns of the spread of COVID-19, the novel coronavirus.
Trials in Saudi Arabia not legal, sham, cover for suppression: Dissident rights activist
An exiled Saudi human rights activist has censured the judicial process in the kingdom, stating that trial sessions there are not legal and genuine, and are indeed a cover for further suppression amid a widening crackdown led by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman against rights campaigners and intellectuals.
Yemen says Saudi Arabia tried to eliminate downed jet’s pilots
A senior Houthi official said Yemen will reveal "in due course" information about the fate of two Saudi pilots whose British-made Tornado was shot down in Sa’ada Province earlier this month.
Yemeni forces hit Aramco oil facilities in western Saudi Arabia: Military spokesman
Yemeni armed forces have pounded facilities belonging to the state-run oil giant Saudi Aramco as well as strategic targets inside the kingdom’s western province of Madinah, a high-ranking Yemeni military official says.

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