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Unemployment rate among Saudis rises to record 12.9 pct
Unemployment rate among Saudi citizens edged up to a record 12.9 percent in the first quarter of this year, according to official data, as the kingdom continues to suffer economically from a prolonged war on Yemen and a domestic fuel price hike.
Saudis gave Obama aides suitcases full of jewels: Former US official
A former top aide to ex-US president Barack Obama says Saudi Arabia gave a delegation of United States officials visiting the kingdom for the first time large suitcases containing jewelry worth tens of thousands of dollars.
Qassemi: People in region will not forget Saudis’ role in creating extremism
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qassemi said that nations in the region will not forget the Saudi regime’s role in creating extremism, advising the Al Saud regime to learn from the fate of its former ally, Saddam Hussein.
Nasrallah: Saudis offered Syria money to sever Iran ties
The head of the Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement says the Saudi regime had told Syria that it is ready to stop supporting the militants wreaking havoc in the country and give Damascus hundreds of billions of dollars for reconstruction if it accepted to cut ties with Iran.
Britain set to sell new jets to Saudis despite protests
(International Desk) Britain is set to sell 48 new Typhoon jets to Saudi Arabia, despite campaigners accusing the country of war crimes.
Saudis wasting billions by buying outdated weapons from US: Analyst
The United States is selling useless, outdated weapons to Saudi Arabia which is thus wasting billions of dollars on these purchases, according to E. Michael Jones, an American political analyst in Indiana.
Snakes Saudis produced have turned against them: Zarif
Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has called on Saudi Arabia to initiate producing prosperity rather than terrorists and dictators as he lambasted Riyadh and its allies for "indiscriminate bombardment" of Yemen.
Visa issued for Saudis to fly to Iran: FM spokesman
A Saudi delegation is likely to fly to Iran after the Hajj rituals, spokesman for the Iranian Foreign Ministry announced here on Sunday adding Tehran has issued visa for the members of the delegation.
Saudis use execution to terrify dissent: Analyst
The growing number of executions Saudi Arabia, especially those targeting anti-government opponents, shows that Riyadh is using the tactic to terrify the dissent, an analyst tells Press TV.
Qatar: No military solution to crisis with Saudis
Qatar's foreign minister says his country prefers diplomacy to resolve Doha's dispute with Saudi Arabia and its allies, stressing that there would never be a military solution to the crisis.
Saudis always in war with Muslims
Parliament Speaker Ali Larijnai said Saudi Arabia has always been in battle against Muslims without confronting Zionists even with one bullet.
Australia selling arms to Saudis amid war crimes in Yemen
Australian firms have signed military contracts to provide weapons to Saudi Arabia, despite the regime’s ongoing war in Yemen that has killed over 12,000 civilians since March 2015.
US, Saudis seek ‘enduring strategic partnership’: White House
US President Donald Trump and Saudi Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman have reconfirmed their support for a “strong, broad, and enduring strategic relationship” based on shared mutual interests, according to the White House.
Iran minister: No problem for oil talks with Saudis
Minister of Petroleum Bijan Zangeneh says Iran has no problem for talks with Saudi Arabia in order to stabilize the oil market as he praises OPEC commitment to production cuts.
Majority of British people say arms sales to Saudis 'unacceptable'
A large majority of British people are opposed to the UK’s weapons sales to Saudi Arabia, according to a new survey.

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