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In Yemen: France evacuates 44 people from Balhaf, as the Saudi-led coalition announces progress in the fight against Houthi rebels in Aden.
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Overnight airstrikes led by Saudi Arabia have hit targets in the capital of Yemen, as a campaign against Iranian allied militia goes into its fifth
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A war of words in Yemen: Houthi rebels denounce Saudi air strikes as President Hadi asks the Arab League for help in driving out the militants.
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Saudi Arabia and its Gulf Arab allies continued airstrikes on rebel-controlled Sanaa, the capital of Yemen. They want to prevent the rebels from
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Saudi Arabia is leading a military operation against Iranian allied Houthi militia in Yemen. To discuss the implications, and the consequences for
Saudi-led airstrikes against Iranian-allied militia in Yemen condemned in Tehran
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Yemen President Hadi arrives in Riyadh amid Saudi-led airstrikes
Yemeni President Abed Rabbu Mansour Hadi has arrived in Riyadh one day after fleeing the southern Yemeni city of Aden in a boat, as Shiite rebels and
Arab League backs Saudi led strikes against Houthi rebels in Yemen
A number of Sunni led Arab states have joined Saudi Arabia in air strikes against Shi’ite Houthi rebels trying to oust Yemini President Abd Rabbu
Saudi Arabia-led coalition strikes at Houthi targets in Yemen
Saudi Arabia has launched air strikes in Yemen in a coalition with Gulf region allies. The military action is in response to an advance by Iran-backed Shi’ite Houthi rebels who have surrounded Yemen
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Saudi Arabia conducts military training near Iraq border
Saudi Arabia’s security forces conducted military exercises on Wednesday (March 18) just miles from the Iraq border, where fighting continues between
Saudi Arabia recalls ambassador from Sweden amid diplomatic row
Saudi Arabia has recalled its ambassador from Stockholm after Sweden ended a decade old arms deal with Riyadh. It is the latest escalation of
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February saw the first monthly increase in oil prices after seven months of steep declines. Is the oil industry out of the woods, or is there more trouble ahead?
Saudi Arabia named 'world's biggest importer of weapons'
Saudi Arabia replaced India last year to become the biggest arms importer in the world, according to a new report on international defence spending
King Abdullah death: World leaders gather in Riyadh to offer condolences
World leaders have been gathering in Saudi Arabia to pay their respects after the death of King Abdullah. The visiting officials met Abdullah’s
World leaders arrive in Riyadh for King Abdullah tributes
Kings, presidents and prime ministers arrive in Saudi Arabia to pay their respects in person to the late King Abdullah.
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The body of Saudi Arabia’s late King Abdullah, one of the richest men in the history of the world, was carried to his funeral in a simple shroud in
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