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U.S. Congress reviewing sale of precision munitions to Saudis, UAE - sources

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Trump administration, working to increase exports of U.S.-made weapons, has asked the U.S. Congress to review the sale of more than 120,000 precision-guided munitions to..
Reuters India Also reported by •Reuters

Saudi Arabia expands crackdown on women's rights activists

RIYADH (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia has arrested at least three more women's rights activists in a widening crackdown just weeks before a ban on women driving is set to end, international rights watchdogs..
Reuters India Also reported by •MailOnlineReuters

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News video: Saudi Arabia Continues Crackdown On Women's Rights Activists

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At least three more women's rights activists have been arrested in Saudi Arabia in a widening crackdown just weeks before a ban on women driving is set to end. Last week rights groups reported the..
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News video: EFG's Ansari Calls Saudi Investment Growth Relatively Strong

EFG's Ansari Calls Saudi Investment Growth Relatively Strong 04:33

May.21 -- EFG Hermes co-head of Finance Banking Research Murad Ansari discusses the Saudi Arabian banking industry. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Middle East."
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News video: 'STOP!' Trump Lashes Out Over Mueller's Russia Probe In Sunday Tweets

'STOP!' Trump Lashes Out Over Mueller's Russia Probe In Sunday Tweets 01:21

President Trump again lashed out over the Russia probe in a series of tweets. President Trump took to Twitter Sunday morning and lashed out over special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into..
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News video: Trump Jr. met Gulf princes' emissary in 2016 who offered campaign help

Trump Jr. met Gulf princes' emissary in 2016 who offered campaign help 01:43

Donald Trump Jr., the U.S. president's eldest son, met in August 2016 with an envoy representing the crown princes of United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia. Jonah Green reports.
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News video: Trump Jr. Met With Gulf Emissary Ahead Of Election

Trump Jr. Met With Gulf Emissary Ahead Of Election 00:48

citing several people with knowledge of the encounters, The New York Times reported on Saturday, three months before the 2016 presidential election, Donald Trump Jr. met with a small group of people at..
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Step Aboard A Passenger Train In Saudi Arabia

NPR boards a passenger train that crosses the vast, harsh Saudi Arabian desert, from the capital Riyadh to the eastern oil city of Dammam.
NPR

UAE denies trying to influence Trump's election

RIYADH (Reuters) - The United Arab Emirates did not try to influence the election of Donald Trump, a minister said on Tuesday, following reports that the president's son met with an envoy representing..
Reuters

OPEC may decide to ease oil supply curbs in June: sources

KHOBAR, Saudi Arabia/LONDON (Reuters) - OPEC may decide to raise oil output as soon as June due to worries over Iranian and Venezuelan supply and after Washington raised concerns the oil rally was..
Reuters

Exiled Prince Claims Saudi Arabia Could ‘Descend Into Chaos’, Destabilize Europe


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News24.com | A closer look at 10 arrested Saudi women's rights activists

Here's a look at who the detained activists are and how they became icons of the women's rights movement in Saudi Arabia.
News24 Also reported by •Seattle Times

Saudi Arabia arrests three more women's rights activists in widening crackdown

Seven activists were arrested last week, most having previously campaigned for women's right to drive and an end to the kingdom's male guardianship system
Haaretz

U.S. Sanctions Iran for Supplying Missiles to Yemen's Houthis

The Trump administration took aim at five Iranian officials it said are responsible for providing Yemeni rebels with long-range missiles being used to target Saudi Arabia.
Wall Street Journal Also reported by •Reuters India

Arrests Of Saudi Women's Rights Activists 'Point To The Limits Of Change'

The arrested women "could have been powerful ambassadors for the new Saudi Arabia. Instead, they are being branded as traitors," says Kristian Ulrichsen of Rice University.
NPR

US hits 5 Iranians with sanctions for aiding Yemen rebels

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Trump administration is ratcheting up pressure on Iran with new sanctions targeting five Iranians for supporting Shiite rebels in Yemen. The Treasury announced Tuesday that it..
Seattle Times

U.S. sanctions five Iranians linked to Revolutionary Guard for aiding Yemen militia

The U.S. treasury statement claims those sanctioned provided Yemen's Houthis with expertise and weaponry that were then used to bomb Saudi Arabia
Haaretz

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