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Saudi Arabia carries out mass execution of 37 people in a single day.

A man stands King Abdulaziz and Saudi Arabian crown prince Mohammed bin Salman. Aamir Qureshi / Getty Images The Mueller Report Makes It Clear: Trump Is Off the Hook in SDNY as Well                    The Supreme Court Is Poised to Shred Its Credibility to Let Trump Rig the Census                    Mueller Clearly Thinks Trump Could Be Charged Once He's Out …

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Iraq summit brings rivals Saudi Arabia and Iran together News

A summit organized by Iraq brought regional rivals Saudi Arabia and Iran together on Saturday, as part of a broader effort by Iraqi leaders to shape the country's image as a friend among its neighbors. Scratched by more than three decades of war, Iraq is acting as a mediator among neighbors who frequently deal with difficult issues such as the …

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Saudi Arabia's oil exports fall below 7 million Bpd in February

Oil exports continued to decline in Saudi Arabia later this year. Crude oil shipments fell by 227,000 bpd in February. At just under 7 million bpd. The Kingdom is determined to rebalance the market in supporting oil prices. According to data released Thursday from the database of the Organization of Joint Organizations Database (JODI), which collects self-reported figures from 114 …

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Yemen War: Trump wants veto to end US support for coalition led by Saudi Arabia

Copyright EPA Caption Most civilians The deaths in Yemen were attributed to air strikes by the coalition led by Saudi Arabia US President Donald Trump has vetoed a Congress-approved bill to end support for the Saudi-led war in Yemen. Mr. Trump described the resolution as an "unnecessary" and "dangerous" attempt to weaken its constitutional powers. It is only the second …

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Trump vetoed resolution calling on the USA to support the Yemeni war led by Saudi Arabia

President Trump vetoed a joint resolution on Tuesday calling on the US to stop providing military support to Saudi-led forces fighting in Yemen's ongoing civil war, calling it "an unnecessary, dangerous attempt weakening my constitutional powers and endangering Americans' lives citizens and brave service members, both today and in the future. " It was only the second veto against Trump's …

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Reported payments in Saudi Arabian writer raise questions

Meanwhile, the CIA has come to the conclusion that the Crown Prince, who had launched a global charm offensive to publicize his comprehensive economic and social reform program, ordered Khashoggi's killing. These findings were flatly rejected by the officials of the Kingdom. The absolute monarchy is a long-time US ally, but under President Donald Trump, King Salman and his son, …

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2 US Citizens Prosecuting Dissent in Saudi Arabia Say Rights Groups

Among them was Ayman al-Drees, the husband of a Saudi feminist activist Malak al-Shehri, who fled to the United States last year following the arrests of other women's rights activists. In 2016, Ms. al-Shehri herself was arrested after challenging the kingdom by tweeting a photo of herself wearing no headscarf or abaya, part of a protest against the conservative dress …

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Saudi Arabia: Two US citizens imprisoned in recent raid, says source

Salah al-Haidar, a Saudi-American dual citizen who is the son of prominent women's rights advocate Aziza al-Yousef, was one of the detainees, according to two sources, who were familiar with the incidents. Yousef was temporarily released from a jail in Riyadh last month and is on trial with ten other women's rights defenders. One source is a Saudi scientist at …

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IAEA chief Yukiya Amano warns nuclear weapons more easily than ever before and oversees them in North Korea, Iran and Saudi Arabia

United Nations – Nuclear weapons are easier to get than ever, and this means new risks as more and more countries seek to develop their programs. "In general, the nuclear weapons technology to be developed 19459006 is an old, 70-year-old tradition, and then much progress has been made in technology," said Yukiya Amano, Director-General of the International Atomic Energy Agency …

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