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Saudi forces move to be deployed in Yemen ports after UAE drawdown: Sources
Saudi military forces have reportedly moved in to be deployed in two strategic Red Sea ports and the Bab al-Mandeb Strait after the United Arab Emirates (UAE), a key part of the Saudi-led military coalition, said it was going ahead with plans to reduce the number of troops in Yemen.
UAE pulls most forces from Yemen in blow to Saudis: Report
The United Arab Emirates has pulled most of its forces from the Yemen “quagmire” in a “face-saving” decision that has deeply upset its Saudi allies, The New York Times has said.
UAE says reducing number of troops in Yemen in strategy shift towards 'peace'
The United Arab Emirates says it is reducing the number of its troops fighting as part of a Saudi-led military coalition which presses ahead with a years-long atrocious military aggression against the impoverished Yemen.
UAE says reducing troops in war-torn Yemen
The United Arab Emirates said on Monday it was reducing the number of troops in war-torn Yemen and moving from a "military-first" strategy to a "peace-first" plan.
UAE says no proof Iran hit tankers in clear rebuttal to US-Saudi claims
The United Arab Emirates says there is no "clear, scientific and convincing" evidence to assign blame for the recent tanker attacks off its coast in the Sea of Oman, splitting with the United States and Saudi Arabia, which hold Iran responsible for the suspicious acts.
UAE: No clear proof to blame tanker attacks on any nation
The United Arab Emirates said on Wednesday that no country could be held responsible for attacks last month on four oil tankers off its coast as “clear and convincing evidence” was needed to apportion blame.
Ministry: UAE in no position to question Iranian officials’ credibility
Iran lashed out at the UAE for insulting Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, saying the country of small emirates is in no position to question the credibility of Iranian officials.
Tensions in Mideast; who is to blame?
The UAE and Germany have expressed concern over growing tensions in the Persian Gulf region. They called on Iran to refrain from steps that escalate the tension. But who is behind the tensions in the region?
UAE paid businessman to spy on Trump’s government: Report
A report says an Emirati businessman received money from the UAE’s National Intelligence Service (NIS) to spy on US President Donald Trump’s camp and gather intelligence on his administration’s Middle East policy.
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.
Iran decries West for continued arms sales to Saudi, UAE
Iran's foreign minister has once again slammed Western governments for pushing through arms exports to Saudi Arabia and its allies, which are used in the devastating Yemen war.
UAE Crown Prince's aide arrested for child pornography
George Nader, a Lebanese-American businessman and lobbyist who serves as an adviser to the crown prince of Abu Dhabi, has been arrested for possessing child pornography, the US Department of Justice announced.
Russia refutes Bolton’s claim of Iran's role in UAE oil tankers attack
Russia says it does not trust claims by US National Security Advisor John Bolton that Iran was engaged in recent “sabotage” attacks targeting vessels off the coast of the United Arab Emirates.
Iran dismisses Bolton's 'ridiculous' claims on tanker attacks
Iran on Wednesday categorically rejected claims by US National Security Adviser John Bolton blaming the Islamic Republic for sabotage attacks on four commercial ships off the United Arab Emirates’ coast on May 12.

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