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Saudi Arabia hunting down fleeing women by tracking IMEI number on their cellphones
Authorities in Saudi Arabia are reportedly resorting to military-grade technology and making use of the International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) number in a bid to track down the cellphones of women who are fleeing the repressive and male-dominated system in the ultra-conservative kingdom.
Sri Lanka police bring five Easter bomb suspects back from Saudi Arabia
Five Sri Lankans suspected of having links to Easter Sunday bombings that killed more than 250 people were brought home in police custody on Friday after being deported from Saudi Arabia, police said.
Saudi-led coalition confirms Yemeni missile attack on Abha airport, reports casualties
The Saudi-led coalition waging war on Yemen confirmed a retaliatory missile strike by Yemeni armed forces on the Abha International Airport in the kingdom’s southwestern Asir region.
Saudi Arabia tightens grip on Palestinians, hampers remittances to Gaza: Report
Less than a week after Saudi authorities arrested more than 60 people, including Palestinian expatriates and Saudi nationals, on charges of supporting the Palestinian Hamas resistance movement, they have now blocked money transfers between the kingdom and the Gaza Strip.
Warnings of more deadly attacks on Yemen as Trump allows ‘high-tech bomb parts’ to be built in Saudi Arabia
In a move critics warned could empower the Saudis to manufacture their own high-tech weaponry for use in their assault on Yemen, the Trump administration reportedly wants to allow the American arms giant Raytheon to work with the kingdom to construct bomb and missile parts inside Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Arabia going through most oppressive era in its history: Activist
A Saudi scholar and researcher says the conservative oil-rich kingdom has long experienced bouts of oppression against pro-democracy campaigners, Muslim preachers and intellectuals, but the brutal crackdown led by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is unprecedented.
Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt behind Sudan's bloody crackdown: Expert
A Sudanese military expert says a recent brutal crackdown on pro-democracy protesters in capital Khartoum that killed scores of people was part of a Saudi-Emirati plan and launched at Riyadh’s bidding.
Inquiry into oil tanker attacks stops short of blaming Iran
An unidentified state actor has been blamed for attacks on four oil tankers in the Persian Gulf last month, according to an inconclusive inquiry that stopped short of pointing the finger at Iran.
US supports Riyadh in building missiles: Commentator
Author and political commentator, John Steppling says the US supports Saudi Arabia in building ballistic missiles.
Saudi Arabia steps up ballistic missile program with Chinese aid: Report
Saudi Arabia has reportedly stepped up its ballistic missile program with the help of China, with the administration of US President Donald Trump withholding intelligence on the issue.
Qatar receives first 5 Rafale jets from France
Qatar has received its first batch of Rafale fighter jets from France, amid a standoff with four fellow-Arab states led by Saudi Arabia.
Iran denies allegations on intervention in other countries
Iran denied on Thursday allegations made by Saudi Arabian Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Assaf about what he described as Iran’s interference in the affairs of other countries.
‘Saudi Arabia displaying arrogance against Iran’
Saudi Arabia has displayed outrageous arrogance against Iran by accusing the Islamic Republic of interfering in regional affairs, says political commentator Kevin Barrett.
MP: Saudi Arabia seeking to create Iran-US tension
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Ansarullah: Drone attacks response to spurned Yemen peace moves
A leader of Yemen's Houthi Ansarullah movement said on Sunday it had resumed drone strikes deep inside Saudi Arabia this month in response to what he called the Saudi-led coalition's spurning of "peace initiatives" by his group.

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