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Arab governments sound muted as Tunisia roiled by political turmoil

Ghana News Agency 28 Jul 2021
Saudi Arabia, the birthplace of Islam, has termed the situation in Tunisia as an internal and sovereignty issue. The Saudi Foreign Ministry said the monarchy "sides with whatever enhances sisterly Tunisia’s security and stability." ... The Muslim Brotherhood is now banned in Egypt and its major regional allies, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.
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Tunisia roiled by political turmoil, but Arab governments mostly mute

Finger Lakes Times 28 Jul 2021
Saudi Arabia, the birthplace of Islam, has termed the situation in Tunisia as an internal and sovereign issue. The Saudi Foreign Ministry said the monarchy "sides with whatever enhances sisterly Tunisia’s security and stability." ... The Muslim Brotherhood is now banned in Egypt and its major regional allies, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.
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Yemen retakes last base held by Saudi-led forces in southern Ma’rib

Press TV 28 Jul 2021
Also on Tuesday, Lebanon’s al-Mayadeen television network reported that a “massive explosion” had rocked an outpost hosting Saudi-led coalition’s forces in Ma’rib ... Saudi Arabia and many of its allies have been staging the war on Yemen since 2015 to restore power there to the kingdom’s former Riyadh-friendly officials.
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An Exceptional Case: Saudi Relations with Yemen’s Islah Party

The Washington Institute 27 Jul 2021
For its part, Saudi Arabia realizes the potential of Islah and its current and potential role for managing the balance of power in Yemen, especially after many other political forces—such as former President Saleh’s party, the General People’s Congress—have been divided and weakened.
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Saudi Arabia freezes sale of its mega water plant

Gulf News 27 Jul 2021
Saudi Arabia has halted the sale of one of the world's biggest water plants, which had attracted interest from investors including France's Engie SA, in a setback for the kingdom's privatization plans. The Ras Al Khair desalination and power facility on Saudi Arabia's east coast had cost more than $7 billion to build.
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Russia and the UAE's growing synergy in Syria

The New Arab 27 Jul 2021
Nonetheless, recent developments in Saudi Arabia-UAE relations highlight Abu Dhabi's desire to conduct an ... In 2014, the UAE accompanied Saudi Arabia and some Western powers in funding more than 49 Syrian opposition brigades to establish the Southern Front against Assad's regime.
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Abu Dhabi slashes cost of setting up business by 90%

The Arab Weekly 27 Jul 2021
In recent months Saudi Arabia, the Arab world’s largest economy, has emerged as a competitor to the Emirates’ pulling power as it seeks to break its own dependence on oil. With a brand new business district in the capital Riyadh, Saudi Arabia issued an ultimatum to foreign ...
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Saudi Arabia suspends desalination and power plant privatization amid strategy review

Arab News 27 Jul 2021
Saudi Arabia has suspended the privatization of Ras Al Khair Desalination and Power Plant as it reviews its strategy ... companies and strategic alliances to submit their bids (RFP) to participate in the Ras Al-Khair desalination and power plant’s privatization process, last January.
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Saudi Arabia halts $2bn sale of water plant stake

Gulf Business 27 Jul 2021
The Ras Al Khair desalination and power facility on Saudi Arabia’s east coast had cost more than $7bn to build ... .
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What Najib Mikati as Prime Minister means for Lebanon?

Gulf News 27 Jul 2021
Mikati is acceptable to all regional players, including Saudi Arabia, Syria, and Iran ... Khatib is an independent Sunni Muslim who is the executive vice-president of Khatib and Alami, a contracting firm that operates throughout the region, including Syria, Iraq, and Saudi Arabia.
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Trump refused to discuss infrastructure unless Democrats stopped investigating him, senator says

The Independent 27 Jul 2021
The House Oversight and Reform Committee had an inquiry into the possible role of Trump in concealing hush-money payments, abuses of the White House security clearance process, whether he misrepresented his net worth, and a proposed US nuclear venture in Saudi Arabia.
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Saudi Arabia suspends $2B sale of desalination plant

Al Jazeera 26 Jul 2021
Saudi Arabia has halted the sale of one of the world’s biggest water plants, which had attracted interest from investors including France’s Engie SA, in a setback for the kingdom’s privatization plans. The Ras Al Khair desalination and power facility on Saudi Arabia’s east coast had cost more than $7bn to build.
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Power industry contracts in Middle East and Africa for June 2021 up 6%

Power Technology 26 Jul 2021
Saudi Arabia leads activity. Looking at contracts by country, Saudi Arabia led the activity in June 2021 with six contracts and a share ... Looking at the last 12-month average, Saudi Arabia held the top spot with five contracts, followed by Egypt with two and Iran with two contracts.
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Frankly Speaking: ‘More Western military support needed to head off terror groups’ in Iraq, says ...

Arab News 26 Jul 2021
Barzani added that he had been watching developments in Saudi Arabia and its Vision 2030 strategy to reduce reliance on oil revenues, which he said was a “great move.”. He also highlighted the strength of relations between the Kurdish region and Saudi Arabia. “There is a good relation with Saudi Arabia for sure.
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Saudi Arabia suspends privatisation of desalination and power plant

Reuters 26 Jul 2021
DUBAI, July 26 (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia has suspended the privatisation of the Ras Al Khair desalination and power plant, one of a number of state assets that the government aimed to sell to reduce pressure on capital spending and diversify revenues away from oil.

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