Saudi Arabia and its allies seem to have had enough of their neighbor's support for the Muslim Brotherhood.
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain recalled their Saudi, UAE, Bahrain Withdraw Envoys From Qatar - -
The UAE, Saudi Arabia and Bahrain said on Wednesday they were withdrawing their ambassadors from Qatar after it had not implemented an agreement among Gulf Arab countries not to interfere in each others' internal affairs. The move, unprecedented...Show More Summary
Saudia Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain withdrew their envoys from Qatar over political differences, escalating concerns that cooperation within the six-member Gulf Cooperation Council is failing. The three oil exporters said in a joint statement they were removing their envoys “to protect security and stability,” Bloomberg reports. Show More Summary
(DUBAI, United Arab Emirates) — Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain say they have recalled their ambassadors from the Gulf nation of Qatar over its alleged breach of a regional security deal. The unprecedented move by the three states was announced on Wednesday in a joint statement on state media. Show More Summary
(By Sarah Leah Whitson) President Barack Obama The White House Dear President Obama, As you prepare for your upcoming trip to Saudi Arabia, we write to urge you to include critical…
In time for International Women's Day, a group of 10 Saudi women activists have signed a petition, appealing to Saudi Arabia's Shura Council, the 150-member Consultative Assembly to expand women's right in the country. Read more...
No matter how much oil we pump out of the ground, we will never rival Saudi Arabia in terms of power in the global oil market.
In Saudi Arabia, the only country in the world where women legally aren’t allowed to drive, Uber is a godsend. The app, which pairs drivers with passengers, has proved itself quite useful to ladies who were previously unable to get around town without their husband or a male family member at the wheel. But it's far from a cure-all. Read more...
Supply rises by 170,000 bpd, led by Iraq, Angola. Saudi Arabia trims output, Libyan supply falls and OPEC output below 30 million bpd target for fifth month. OPEC's
Pakistan on Thursday strongly denied it had any plans to send weapons to Syrian rebels, following reports that Saudi Arabia was holding talks with it about arming the opposition. Pakistani foreign ministry spokeswoman Tasneem Aslam said at a regular briefing […]
The coronavirus responsible for Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) is prevalent in camels throughout Saudi Arabia and has been around for at least 20 years, according to a study published in mBio®, the online open-access journal...Show More Summary
LONDON (AP) — Scientists say the mysterious MERS virus has been infecting camels in Saudi Arabia for Study: MERS Virus Infecting Camels Since 1992 - -
The Saudis seek to weapons from Pakistan at the same time they are deepening defense relations with its nemesis, India.
Sanctions imposed on Iran by the international community in efforts to contain the Islamic Republic’s quest for nuclear capability have limited Iran’s contribution to the oil markets, but any imposed changes on Saudi Arabia’s input or Qatar’s natural gas contribution could wreak havoc on the international energy markets.
The coronavirus responsible for Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) is prevalent in camels throughout Saudi Arabia and has been around for at least 20 years, according to a new study.
An estimated three-quarters of camels recently surveyed in Saudi Arabia have evidence of infection with the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV), the virus responsible for human cases of MERS. Results of the new study...Show More Summary
A day after a tiny news items titled, “Saudi Arabia ‘seeking Pakistani arms for Syrian rebels” appeared in Pakistani newspapers, political blogger Ahsan Butt posts a provocative piece warning Pakistan's foreign policymakers against tiptoeing into Syria's affairs. In “This is not our war (The Syria Edition)” on the Five Rupees Blog,...
The coronavirus responsible for Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) is prevalent in camels throughout Saudi Arabia and has been around for at least 20 years, according to a study to be published on February 25 in mBio®, the online open-access journal of the American Society for Microbiology. read more