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Army forces, allies shoot down intruding Saudi-led spy drone in northwestern Yemen

Press TV 01 Dec 2021
Yemen’s foreign minister says Saudi Arabia’s intensified attacks on the country show the failure of the Saudi-led coalition to put pressure on Sana’a ... Saudi Arabia, backed by the US and other key Western powers, launched the war on Yemen in March 2015, with the goal of bringing Hadi’s government back to power and crushing the Ansarullah movement.
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UAE to send delegation to Iran soon, senior Emirati official says

Egypt Independent 01 Dec 2021
Sunni Muslim power Saudi Arabia began direct talks with Iran in April, with Riyadh describing the talks as “cordial” but largely exploratory ... Asked whether the UAE was coordinating with Saudi Arabia on its moves on Iran, he said they were keeping its regional allies “in the picture”.
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Saudi Arabia’s $100bn plan to become largest shale gas producer outside of the US

Arab News 01 Dec 2021
But does Saudi Arabia really have the potential to replicate the soaring success of US shale gas development? ... Jafurah is expected to contribute to Saudi Arabia’s goal of producing half of its electricity from gas and half from renewables as it pursues its 2060 net-zero target ... In Saudi Arabia, the reservoirs will be 9,000 to 10,000 feet deep.
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Iran Feels Cornered by the Biden Administration

The Atlantic 01 Dec 2021
Across these countries, Tehran runs a network of militias through which it projects power, siphons off local resources, and forms a ring of fire that essentially encircles Saudi Arabia ... invasion of Iraq in 2003, Saudi Arabia was a reluctant, almost absent, partner in post-Saddam Iraq, to the benefit of Iran.
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Joe Cole claims rock bottom Newcastle will splash £300m on players in January in bid ...

The Daily Mail 01 Dec 2021
Both clubs are understood to have reluctantly agreed to the extension at a virtual Premier League summit held earlier on Friday, although Newcastle will be concerned that it represents another attempt to limit their spending power as they line up new commercial contracts with companies based in Saudi Arabia.
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The World Keeps Yemen Waiting With Deadly Results

Antiwar 01 Dec 2021
would halt "relevant arms sales" to the Saudis, but that has proven to be an empty promise ... Congress absolutely should block the latest arms sale to Saudi Arabia, but we also know that it will be difficult to get a veto-proof majority in both houses to make sure the sale is blocked.
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From tents to tallest building: UAE's 'remarkable' 50-year rise

The Jordan Times 01 Dec 2021
However, Dubai, with scant oil resources compared to the capital Abu Dhabi, has blossomed as a financial, transport, tourist and media hub The Arab world's second-biggest economy behind Saudi Arabia also wields growing political influence, filling a space ceded by traditional powers such as Egypt, Iraq and Syria.
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Wednesday morning UK news briefing: Today's top headlines from The Telegraph

The Daily Telegraph 01 Dec 2021
Welcome to your early morning news briefing from The Telegraph - a round-up of the top stories we are covering on Wednesday ... 1 ... Read the full story. 2 ... Donald Trump tells Boris Johnson he is making a ‘big mistake’ by backing wind power. Boris Johnson is “making a big mistake” by trying to turn the UK into the Saudi Arabia of wind, Donald Trump has said.
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North Korea Doubts America’s Rules-Based International Order: And Pyongyang Gets It Right!

Antiwar 01 Dec 2021
Similar is the hypocrisy of attacking human rights violations by an adversary (say, Iran) while ignoring human rights violations by a friendly power (such as Saudi Arabia), which was a hallmark of Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s unprincipled tenure.
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UAE to send delegation to Iran soon: senior Emirati official

The New Arab 30 Nov 2021
Sunni Muslim power Saudi Arabia began direct talks with Iran in April, with Riyadh describing the talks as "cordial" but largely exploratory ... Asked whether the UAE was coordinating with Saudi Arabia on its moves on Iran, he said they were keeping its regional allies "in the picture".
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Saudi-led coalition targets Houthi, IRGC sites in Sana’a

The Arab Weekly 30 Nov 2021
Iran has rejected accusations from Saudi Arabia and the United States that it provided ballistic capabilities and other military and financial assistance to Houthi militias but the facts on the ground show the threat of Iranian meddling should be taken seriously ... The conflict is widely seen as a proxy war between Saudi Arabia and Iran.
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NEOM-like BP hydrogen project to fuel UK transport

Arab News 30 Nov 2021
... hydrogen production facility in the North East of England to deliver up to 500 megawatts of power ‎by 2030 ... BP's proposals echo Saudi Arabia utilities developer ACWA Power and NEOM's plan for a hydrogen-based ammonia production facility powered by renewable energy.
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No reforms in merged districts: Sherpao

The News International 30 Nov 2021
PESHAWAR ... The QWP leader maintained that the problems of the people were compounding day by day. “Instead of offering relief to the have-nots, the government is seeking more loans from the IMF and Saudi Arabia on tough conditions. He said before coming to power, Prime Minister Imran Khan had said he would prefer suicide to seek loans from the IMF ... .
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From tents to tallest building: UAE’s ‘remarkable’ 50-year rise

The Wire Network 30 Nov 2021
UAE is building 'first green hydrogen plant' in Middle East The Arab world's second-biggest economy behind Saudi Arabia also wields growing political influence, filling a space ceded by traditional powers such as Egypt, Iraq and Syria ... more powerful states," Fakhro told AFP.
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Push for fiscal reform could prove challenging for Kuwait crown prince

The Arab Weekly 29 Nov 2021
Domestic matters are expected to take precedence over foreign policy at a time of simmering tension between Kuwait’s larger and more powerful neighbours Saudi Arabia and Iran, which are locked in several proxy wars around the region ... the growing power of Iran-backed Hezbollah.
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