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Yemeni army targets Saudis’ positions with missiles
The Yemeni missile unit fired two Badr-1 ballistic missiles toward Saudis’ positions in southern Saudi Arabia.
US and Saudi Arabia blocking regulation of geoengineering, sources say
The US and Saudi Arabia have hamstrung global efforts to scrutinize climate geoengineering in order to benefit their fossil fuel industries, according to multiple sources at the United Nations environment assembly, taking place this week in Nairobi.
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.
Western arms exporters complicit in Saudi, Israeli crimes: Iran
Iran has blasted Saudi Arabia and Israel for killing innocent people in Yemen and Palestine, saying the Western countries selling weapons to Riyadh and Tel Aviv are “complicit” in the atrocities the two regimes have been committing.
Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt oppose bids against normalization of ties with Israel: Report
Delegates from Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Egypt at a meeting of Arab states have reportedly opposed bids condemning the normalization of relations with the Israeli regime.
Iran: Saudi Arabia true ‘godfather’ of Takfiri terrorism
Iran calls Saudi Arabia “the true godfather of Takfiri terrorism” in the region and the world, firing back at former Saudi foreign minister’s remarks.
Saudi Arabia denies crown prince seeks to buy Manchester United
Saudi Arabia’s crown prince is not seeking to buy Premier League football club Manchester United, the kingdom’s media minister said on Monday, denying reports and adding that there had only been a meeting with the Saudi wealth fund regarding sponsorship.
EU puts Saudi Arabia on ‘dirty money’ blacklist
The European Commission has added Saudi Arabia, among others, to a blacklist of countries with lax controls on terrorism financing and money laundering, sparking an angry reaction from the Riyadh regime.
Saudi Arabia creates application to monitor female family members
Authorities in Saudi Arabia have created an application that allows male guardians to track their female family members and prevent them from traveling due to a recent rise in the number of women fleeing the oil-rich and ultra-conservative kingdom.
EU plans to blacklist Saudi Arabia for failure in fighting money laundering: FT
The European Commission is planning to name Saudi Arabia in a list of countries that have failed to fight against terrorist financing and money laundering, a report says.
Morocco stops involvement in Yemen war amid row with Saudi Arabia
Morocco says it has stopped its involvement in Saudi Arabia's war on Yemen, and recalled its ambassador to the kingdom amid rising tensions between Riyadh and Rabat.
How US arms end up in Yemen
Saudi Arabia and its coalition partners have transferred American-made weapons to Al-Qaeda-linked terrorists, hardline Salafi militias, and other factions waging war in Yemen, in violation of their agreements with the United States, a CNN investigation has found.
Yemeni ballistic missiles hit Jizan, Najran in Saudi Arabia
Yemeni army forces, supported by allied fighters from Popular Committees, have hit gatherings of mercenaries working for the regime in Riyadh in the kingdom’s regions of Jizan and Najran with domestically-manufactured missiles in retaliation for the Saudi campaign against the impoverished nation, a report says.
Saudi Arabia building its first ballistic missile factory: Report
Saudi Arabia, already known as the world’s top importer of foreign-made ballistic missiles, has started building its first missile production factory near the central town of Al-Watah, The Washington Post has quoted experts as saying.

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