Submitted by Dalan McEndree via OilPrice.com, Do the Saudis have an oil market strategy beyond pumping crude to defend their market share? Are they indifferent to which countries’ oil industries survive? Or, alternatively, are they targeting...Show More Summary
BERLIN (Reuters) - Bashar al-Assad will not be ruling Syria in the future and Russia's military interventions will not help him stay in power, Saudi Arabia's Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir told a German newspaper in an interview published on Saturday.
As Saudi Arabia considers deploying ground forces to Syria, Iran’s foreign minister has stressed the importance of pursuing a political solution, especially in light of ceasefire reached during the Munich talks.
US lawmakers are beginning to express skepticism over Saudi Arabia’s commitment to step up its air campaign and send ground troops to Syria to fight ISIL terror group, also known as Daesh, US media reported citing members of Congres...
Saudi Arabia will send special forces to Syria to fight the Islamic State (ISIL, or Daesh in Arabic) if the US-led coalition starts ground operation, Saudi Arabian Foreign Minister Adel Jubeir said Friday.
MUNICH (Reuters) - Iran and Saudi Arabia must overcome strained relations and work for stability in Syria and the Middle East, Iran's foreign minister said on Friday, a day after Syrian peace talks brought the rivals to the same table for the first time in months.
Will Saudi Arabia dare invade Syria? Controversy is still simmering around Riyadh's plan to send ground troops to Syria; Ron Paul and Daniel McAdams have weighed the pros and cons of the prospects of a Saudi intervention.
Deputy Foreign Minister Gennady Gatilov said that foreign ministers of Russia and Saudi Arabia, Sergei Lavrov and Adel Jubeir, discussed relations between the two countries.
By James M. Dorsey Saudi Arabia has raised the ante in its battle with Iran by publicly committing to send ground troops to Syria. This latest move by the Saudis is aimed at drawing the US into a more direct involvement to confront Islamic State as well as the de facto alliance of Russia and Iran to keep Syrian President Bashar Al Assad in power. Show More Summary
Russian Foreign Minister said that there was no discussion of Saudi Arabia’s possible ground operations in Syria during the International Syrian Support Group meeting.
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Fabio Cannavaro has been sacked as manager of Saudi Arabia side Al Nassr after just four months in charge.
TeleSur | – – Saudi Arabia’s decision to send troops to Syria is “final” and “irreversible,” Saudi military spokesman Ahmed Al-Assiri told reporters Thursday evening as he confirmed earlier comments about sending…
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, 12 February 2016: Mecca's cardiac hospital has described how it copes with the huge patient influx during the Hajj and gives details of the echocardiography service in an abstract presented at the 27th Annual Conference of the Saudi Heart Association (SHA).1 The conference is being held 12 to 15 February in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Show More Summary
Daniel R. DePetris Security, Middle East Perpetuating the status quo is a recipe for further killing. On April 22, 2015, nearly a month into Saudi Arabia’s air war against Houthi rebels in Yemen, Saudi Defense Ministry spokesman Ahmed al-Asiri sounded a triumphant tone. Show More Summary
As Turkey and Saudi Arabia edge closer to sending ground forces into Syria at the behest of the United States, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has warned that an escalation of the conflict could lead to world war.
At the risk of fueling sectarian tensions, Sunni-majority countries Saudi Arabia and Turkey plan to conduct joint military exercises.
A teacher in Saudi Arabia opened fire on colleagues Thursday, killing at least six people and wounding two, state television reported.
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia, which is leading air strikes against rebels in neighboring Yemen, has warned the United Nations and international aid groups to protect staff by removing them from areas held by Yemen's Houthi rebels, a letter seen by Reuters on Thursday said.