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    Israel, Saudi have common enemy, areas of cooperation: Bin Salman

    In an apparent reference to Iran, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman says the regimes in Saudi Arabia and Israel have “a common enemy” and that they could immediately normalize.

    West Asia
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    Saudis need to pay if they want US troops to stay in Syria:Trump

    "We've almost completed that task [of defeating ISIL] and we'll be making a determination very quickly, in coordination with others in the area, as to what we'll do," said Trump.

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    Pakistanis pose a threat to Gulf communities, says Dubai security chief

    A top Emirati security official, known for making controversy-catching remarks on wide-ranging issues, took to Twitter to denounce Pakistanis, accusing them of being a "dangerous.

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    Three-year Saudi blockade leaves Yemeni fishermen stranded

    In the port of this coastal city in western Yemen, hundreds of fishing boats, painted in bright blues and intricate patterns, are anchored – many of them docked since 2015.

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    Saudi Crown Prince wants US troops to stay in Syria

    Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman has called on US troops to remain in Syria, despite US President Donald Trump saying that US forces will be pulled from the country in the future.

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    Mattis says US involved in planning Saudi war in Yemen

    Speaking to reporters at the Pentagon on Tuesday, Mattis said the US military is “doing the planning” of Saudi Arabia’s military campaign against Yemen.

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    Saudi crown prince meets pro-Israel lobbyists in US

    Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has met with the leaders of a number of pro-Israeli lobbying groups during his tour of the United States as the kingdom is moving.

    West Asia
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    Israel's Carrier Goes to Court Over Air India's Flights Through Saudi Airspace

    The Israeli government has lauded Air India’s new direct New Delhi - Tel Aviv route, which has been permitted to traverse the Saudi Arabian airspace. There is, however, one.

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    Iraq and Syria win wars against ISIS, but US and Turkey will not leave

    Iraq and Syria have declared victory over the Islamic State militant group (ISIS), an international jihadi network whose presence in the Middle East drew in multiple local.

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    US judge allows 9/11 lawsuits against Saudi Arabia to proceed

    A US judge has ruled against Saudi Arabia’s bid to dismiss lawsuits, asserting that the monarchy must pay billions of dollars in damages as it helped plan the September 11, 2001, attacks.

    West Asia
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    Spread of Wahhabism was done at request of West:Crown Prince

    In the piece published on March 22, the crown prince said that Wahhabism, widely accused of being the sole source of global terrorism, was used as a tool against Soviets.

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    Did the Saudis really intercept missiles from Yemen?

    As with nearly every ballistic missile launched by Yemen's Shiite rebels targeting Saudi Arabia, the kingdom overnight said it intercepted all seven fired -- but online videos.

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    Yemen targets Saudi airports with ballistic missiles

    Yemen’s Ansarullah fighters and allied army units have carried out more retaliatory missile attacks against Saudi Arabia, targeting several positions in the kingdom.

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    We are going to end Yemen war, Pentagon chief tells Saudi crown prince

    US Defense Secretary James Mattis today called on Saudi Arabia to “accelerate” the peace process in Yemen even as the Pentagon pushes to continue US refueling support for Riyadh’s bombing campaign .

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    Saudi Arbia opens airspace to Israel-bound flights

    Saudi Arabia has opened its airspace to Air India flights to and from the Israeli-occupied territories, adding concrete evidence to the long-running reports of warming Riyadh-Tel Aviv relations.

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    US approves $1 billion in weapons sales to Saudi Arabia

    The United States has formally approved weapons sales to Saudi Arabia totaling more than $1 billion, despite growing pressure from rights groups to halt arms deals with Riyadh.

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    Bin Salman’s US visit is a shopping trip for war

    Saudi rulers tend to visit the U.S. when they are in their eighties, so it should be refreshing to see a younger face emerge among from one of the world's richest countries, which is also home to Islam's.

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    Saudi says revamping education to 'eradicate any trace of Muslim Brotherhood'

    Saudi Arabia is revamping its education curriculum to eradicate any trace of Muslim Brotherhood influence and will dismiss anyone working in the sector who sympathises with the banned group.

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    Saudi prince makes first visit to US

    The Saudi crown prince is making his first visit to Washington to shore up investments and political support from Riyadh's closest Western ally. Ten months after the last face-to-face meeting.

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    Iran slams 'simple-minded' Saudi Crown Prince over Hitler remarks

    Iran on Thursday lashed out at Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, calling him a "simple-mind" after the powerful young royal likened Iran's supreme leader to Adolf Hitler.

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    Crown prince keeps mother from Saudi king to secure his power: Report

    Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman has reportedly been hiding his mother from his father, King Salman, over the past two years, fearing she may seek to use her influence and throw a wrench.

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    Saudis to build atomic bomb if Iran does:Crown prince

    The Saudi crown prince, who is in Washington to push for an atomic deal with the United States that could pave the way for the Saudi regime to enrich uranium, says Riyadh will be quick to develop.

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    HRW urges Saudi Arabia to probe Ritz Carlton abuse claims

    Saudi Arabia should immediately investigate the claims that authorities physically mistreated or coerced prominent people detained in November 2017 and hold those responsible to account, Human.

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    Saudi Arabia leads flood of arms imports to Middle East: Study

    According to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI), arms imports to the Middle East between 2013 and 2017 jumped by 103 percent compared with the previous five-year period.

    West Asia

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