At least eight Saudi troopers have been killed when Yemeni army soldiers, backed by fighters from allied Popular Committees, launched a surprise attack against them in response to Riyadh’s war on their conflict-stricken country.
Conjoined twin boys born in Yemen, who were in urgent need of medical treatment abroad, have died because of a Saudi blockade preventing air travel to and from the country.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair and his private organization have been accused of receiving money from Saudi Arabia to spread biased views against Iran.
A Shia Muslim little boy, while on a pilgrimage to the holy city of Medina with his mother, has been barbarously killed for unknown reasons, fueling speculations that he could have been a sectarian and hate crime victim.
American intelligence agencies have revived communication — originally intercepted in 2017 — between Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and a close aide in which Mohammed says he would use “a bullet” on Saudi dissident Jamal Khashoggi if he did not return to Saudi Arabia or stop criticizing the prince.
Secretary-General of the Arab League Ahmed Aboul Gheit is reportedly going to pay an official visit early next week to Lebanon, where he will discuss the restoration of Syria’s membership in the regional organization with high-ranking Lebanese government officials.
The European Commission is planning to name Saudi Arabia in a list of countries that have failed to fight against terrorist financing and money laundering, a report says.
Morocco says it has stopped its involvement in Saudi Arabia's war on Yemen, and recalled its ambassador to the kingdom amid rising tensions between Riyadh and Rabat.
A UN-led probe into Jamal Khashoggi's murder has concluded that the Saudi dissident was the victim of a “brutal and premeditated killing” planned and perpetrated by the kingdom's officials.
A high-ranking Saudi economic official says the oil-rich kingdom is going to draw down a total of 13 billion Saudi riyals ($ 3.46 billion) from the general reserves over the current year in a bid to close its budget deficit.