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Democrats question Trump’s 'sweeteners' in Saudi arms sales

08 July, 2020

There is growing opposition to US arms deals with Saudi Arabia.

UN warns Yemen on the brink of famine again

08 July, 2020

The UN has once again sounded the alarm over Yemen's descent into famine as donor funds have dried up.

What patchy sanctions tell us about Raab's post-Brexit priorities

07 July, 2020

Comment: UK sanctions on Saudi and Russian individuals are encouraging but will do little to the punish the regimes that allowed these abuses to happen, writes James Snell.

WHO 'studying new evidence' on airborne coronavirus transmission

07 July, 2020

Fresh evidence on airborne transmission of Covid-19 will be studied by the World Health Organization, the global body said on Tuesday.

UK to resume Saudi arms sales despite humanitarian outcry

07 July, 2020

The UK will resume arms sales to Saudi Arabia after determining the Saudi-led coalition's breaches of international humanitarian law in Yemen to be "isolated incidents".

Saudis top UK 'independent' sanctions list for rights violators

07 July, 2020

Saudi Arabia has topped UK's sanctions list for human rights violations.

Dubai-based broadcaster uses gaming clip for 'Libya airstrike' footage

07 July, 2020

Activists close to the GNA believe that the strikes were carried out by Emirati Mirage 2000-9 fighter jets taking off from Egypt's Al-Barani airbase.

News outlets duped by fake Middle East analyst personas

07 July, 2020

Multiple news websites published propagandist Middle East takes by a network of fake analysts, according to an investigation by The Daily Beast.

Saudi Arabia pushes plans to transform Riyadh into metropolis

07 July, 2020

Saudi Arabia is hoping to turn its capital into one of the Arab world's biggest metropolises.

New at Saudi hajj: Bottled holy water, sterilised pebbles

07 July, 2020

The Kingdom has released a number of important guidelines in an effort to control the potential spread of Covid-19 as the country slowly opens its doors for pilgrims.

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