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Saudi Aramco makes investments despite a delayed IPO

The largest IPO in the world is currently taking place. The expenditures that had to be made possible may not be. Saudi Arabia planned to bring its huge oil company, Saudi Aramco, to public markets. It should be the linchpin of a big economic vision and generate billions of dollars to secure the future of the Kingdom's economy, including huge …

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U. S. says Saudi Airstrike killed at least 22 Yemeni children

The United Nations said Friday that a Saudi air strike killed at least 22 children and four women in Yemen as they flee a combat zone – the second mass killing of Yemeni civilians by Saudi Arabia and its military partners in two weeks. Mark Lowcock, the UN's chief assistant, claimed without restraint that the Saudi coalition, which is allied …

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Germany attempts "face-saving" resolution Saudi drug boycott | Business | Economic and Financial News from the German Perspective | DW

The human rights dispute between Saudi Arabia and Canada has made international headlines in recent weeks as the Riyadh government suddenly ceases trading and investing in the Great White North. The punitive measures were the response to a simple tweet of Canada's foreign minister calling for the release of two detained Saudi activists Less attention was paid to the diplomatic …

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Canada PM says in diplomatic talks with Saudi Arabia

Nanaimo, British Columbia (Reuters) – Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Thursday that his government is diplomatically engaged with Saudi Arabia, but does not hesitate to reject its human rights concerns, two weeks after a dispute over Ottawa's demands Release of Saudi activists from custody. FILE PHOTO: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau answers media questions on August 8, 2018 …

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Confusion over the world's largest stock market listing raises new questions about Saudi Reform Drive

<div_ngcontent-c16 = "" innerhtml = " The Saudi Arabian government has denied that it plans to sell a stake in oil giant Saudi Aramco, according to a report from Reuters on August 22 quoted a number of senior industry officials quoted that the plan to take the company's stock market down had been suspended until further notice. Khalid Al-Falih, Minister …

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Saudi Arabia seeks the death penalty for female activist

Saudi Arabia, which has one of the highest execution rates in the world, is taking the rare step of seeking the death penalty for a 29-year-old activist accused of supporting demonstrations for greater rights of the Shiite Muslim minority. (19659002) Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has come across as a reformer abroad, working to loosen some of the Kingdom's …

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Saudi Arabia "Calls for Death Penalty for Women's Activist"

image copyright Twitter / @ IsraaAlGhomgham Caption Israra al-Ghomgham's supporters have posted a photograph of them as a young girl The Saudi Arabian Public Prosecutor's Office has reportedly demanded the death penalty for five activists, including human rights defender Israa al-Ghomgham. Human Rights Watch said they had recently been charged with a terrorism court "In the troubled Qatif region. It …

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Canada criticizes Saudi Arabia over another jailed female activist

Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland's office is publicly voicing concern about another civil rights activist in Saudi Arabia, continuing the criticism of the kingdom's human rights record against political and economic retaliation Riyadh inflicted on Canada earlier this month. Human rights advocates this week are sounding the alarm about Israa al-Ghomgham and five other activists from Saudi Arabia's troubled Eastern …

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