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Saudi Aramco understating emissions by as much as 50%

22 January, 2021

A new report finds the state-owned oil giant has omitted emissions data in disclosures to investors, making its carbon footprint worse than previously thought.

With new US administration, the Khashoggi case could resurface

21 January, 2021

After Joe Biden was sworn in as its 46th president, the US faces questions on how to approach Jamal Khashoggi's murder blamed on the Saudi government, a key US ally.

Pakistan seeks to block US-based website of minority Ahmadis

21 January, 2021

Pakistan has demanded that trueislam.com be shut down, claiming that it hosts blasphemous content.

UAE and Qatar to resume cross-border flights

21 January, 2021

The United Arab Emirates and Qatar will reopen flights at the end of the month.

US-UAE arms deal approved as Trump leaves office

21 January, 2021

The sale of 50 F-35 jets and up to 18 armed drones was promised to the UAE when it agreed to normalise relations with Israel in August.

Oman heir joins youthful Gulf royals

21 January, 2021

Oman's Dhi Yazan bin Haitham was announced as the heir apparent, following Sultan Qaboos' death at the age of 79.

Trump's 'time ran out' for Mauritania, Indonesia normalisation deals

21 January, 2021

The two Muslim-majority nations were 'next in line' to normalise ties with Israel, two senior officials said this week.

Cool welcome for Biden in Gulf amid uncertainty

21 January, 2021

Gulf nations congratulated President Biden on his inauguration, but are waiting to see what steps he will take regarding Iran.

UK Labour Party reportedly hires former Israeli spy

20 January, 2021

Assaf Kaplan reportedly began working as a “social listening and organizing manager” for the Labour Party in December.

Egypt, Qatar to resume diplomatic relations – statement

20 January, 2021

A statement from the Egyptian Foreign Ministry says that Qatar and Egypt have agreed to resume diplomatic relations following a three year dispute.

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