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10 Yemeni drones attack Saudi oilfield
Yemeni forces launched drone strikes on an oilfield affiliated to Saudi Aramco in the east of the kingdom.
Saudi Arabia seriously after negotiating with Iran: Report
Several sources speak of a change in the Saudis’ position towards Iran, and accordingly, Riyadh appears to be seeking to begin serious talks with Tehran on maritime security and deployment in the Persian Gulf region, the Arabic newspaper Rai al-Youm wrote.
Assassins of Yemeni Houthi leader’s brother linked to Saudi Arabia: Report
Informed Yemeni sources say security forces have uncovered the cell behind the assassination of Ibrahim Badreddin al-Houthi, the brother of the leader of the Houthi Ansarullah movement.
Saudis accused of 'sportswash' by hosting world heavyweight fight
Saudi Arabia will host the world heavyweight title rematch between Anthony Joshua and champion Andy Ruiz Jr. in December, a controversial choice which immediately sparked accusations of the Persian Gulf kingdom attempting to "sportswash" its tarnished human rights image.
More than two million Muslims begin Hajj pilgrimage
More than two million Muslims began the annual Hajj pilgrimage on Friday in the holy city of Mecca in Saudi Arabia.
Joshua vs. Ruiz Jr. rematch could be held in Saudi Arabia
Anthony Joshua's world heavyweight title rematch against Andy Ruiz Jr. could be held in Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Arabia extends top dissident cleric’s prison sentence for 4 more years
Saudi authorities have extended the prison sentence of a renowned dissident cleric by four more years, as a crackdown led by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman against pro-democracy campaigners, Muslim preachers and intellectuals continues in the country.
Zarif: Iran’s security not merchantable
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said Iran does not view security as a merchantable commodity, but rather derives its security and power from its own people.
5 Yemeni missiles hit targets in Saudi Arabia’s Najran, Asir
Yemeni forces have targeted gatherings of Saudi-led mercenaries in Saudi Arabia’s southern provinces of Najran and Asir with at least five domestically-manufactured missiles.
Johnson's Campaign Manager Helped Saudi Arabia's Disinformation Efforts
One of the closest aides of newly-installed British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, has been accused of running a massive online disinformation campaign on behalf of controversial clients, including Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Arabia held talks with Israel on buying natural gas: Netanyahu ally
An ally of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Riyadh has exchanged views with Tel Aviv on importing natural gas from the occupied territories, as the two regimes speed up normalization efforts.
Saudi Arabia involved in Sudan’s unrest: Commentator
A Sudan affairs expert tells Press TV’s The Debate program that Saudi Arabia is intentionally preventing the formation of a democratic government in Sudan to manipulate the status quo in the African country in its own favor.
Iran confirms: Saudi Arabia releases detained Iranian oil tanker after over two months
Tehran confirms earlier reports that an Iranian oil tanker, which was detained by Saudi Arabia more than two months ago, has been released, saying the vessel is now returning home.
Minister: Saudi Arabia releases Iran’s oil tanker
Iran’s Minister of Roads and Urban Development Mohammad Eslami confirmed on Sunday that an Iranian oil tanker seized by Saudi Arabia was released.

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