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Otago Daily Times
Arabian daysthe expedition team of which he was a part be successful in crossing the "Empty
Arabian days
Otago Daily Times / Posted 3 hours ago
the expedition team of which he was a part be successful in crossing the "Empty Quarter'', he would be the first New Zealander to traverse the biggest sand desert in the world. Indeed, the area of desert the expedition was taking on was roughly... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Road To World War III: Turkey Shells Syria For Second Day As Saudi Warplanes Arriveaggressive advance by Hezbollah and the IRGC backed, of course, by Russian airs
Road To World War III: Turkey Shells Syria For Second Day As Saudi Warplanes Arrive
Zero Hedge / Posted 6 hours ago
aggressive advance by Hezbollah and the IRGC backed, of course, by Russian airstrikes. To be sure everyone knew Ankara and Riyadh would have to do something quick if they wanted to preserve the rebellion. Their proxies are being rolled up rapidly... Read more
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CBS News
Turkey, Saudis threaten ground troops in Syriawas quoted in the Yeni Safak newspaper Saturday as saying that "Turkey and Saud
Turkey, Saudis threaten ground troops in Syria
CBS News / Posted 6 hours ago
was quoted in the Yeni Safak newspaper Saturday as saying that "Turkey and Saudi Arabia may launch an operation from the land" against IS, which holds a swathe of Syrian territory. Saudi Arabia is "ready to send both jets and troops" to Turkey's... Read more
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Zawya
Dubai realty builds around industrial and logisticsUAEhad a stable ride all through last year, and bucking the softening trend in the
Dubai realty builds around industrial and logisticsUAE
Zawya / Posted 14 hours ago
had a stable ride all through last year, and bucking the softening trend in the other property categories. “Industrial land sale prices grew marginally in older areas due to the shortage of supply, while newer areas were able to maintain their... Read more
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DW
Ankara: Turkey, Saudi Arabia 'could send ground troops to Syria' |Cavusoglu said on Saturday the two countries could embark on a land campaign ag
Ankara: Turkey, Saudi Arabia 'could send ground troops to Syria' |
DW / Posted yesterday
Cavusoglu said on Saturday the two countries could embark on a land campaign against "Islamic State" (IS), should it prove necessary, he told two Turkish newspapers. "If there is a strategy… then Turkey and Saudi Arabia could enter into a ground... Read more
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New Kerala
Pak likely to participate in Saudi military exerciseto Iran and the countries in the region it supports that any hostile intentions
Pak likely to participate in Saudi military exercise
New Kerala / Posted yesterday
to Iran and the countries in the region it supports that any hostile intentions and actions will be firmly dealt with by Riyadh. The military drill is scheduled to be held in the northern region of Saudi Arabia in the next few days and a number... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Thoughts from an almost college graduate: Things of which I am now certain (about myself, about others)could dig your nails into the armrests and say all of the prayers you wanted, b
Thoughts from an almost college graduate: Things of which I am now certain (about myself, about others)
The Daily Californian / Posted 2 days ago
could dig your nails into the armrests and say all of the prayers you wanted, but most of the time, the plane will land safely no matter what. And it if doesn’t, well, at least then you’ll be dead. Because the hardest part isn’t these... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Partial Syria ceasefire agreed at Munich talksthat the agreement must show effects before his group would join political talk
Partial Syria ceasefire agreed at Munich talks
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 2 days ago
that the agreement must show effects before his group would join political talks with government representatives in Switzerland. “If we see action and implementation, we will see you very soon in Geneva,” he said. Aid deliveries are to begin by... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Syrian peace talks: stark warning from Russia as US backs role for Saudi troopsor helping to train local forces, rather than the full-scale Islamic coalition
Syrian peace talks: stark warning from Russia as US backs role for Saudi troops
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 2 days ago
or helping to train local forces, rather than the full-scale Islamic coalition to fight Isis, previously hinted at by Riyadh. Meanwhile, John Kerry, the US secretary of state, and Sergei Lavrov, his Russian counterpart, met in Munich, the... Read more
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The New Statesman
How can growth reduce inequality?streets overrun with groups opposed to Bashar al-Assad. In the southwest of Sy
How can growth reduce inequality?
The New Statesman / Posted 3 days ago
streets overrun with groups opposed to Bashar al-Assad. In the southwest of Syria, pro-democratic force control pockets of land and fight Assad’s forces. In the northwest, Hezbollah works with Assad’s army to fight Islamist groups. Further north... Read more
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The New Statesman
In the chaos of the Middle East, the world must stand behind the Kurdsstreets overrun with groups opposed to Bashar al-Assad. In the southwest of Sy
In the chaos of the Middle East, the world must stand behind the Kurds
The New Statesman / Posted 3 days ago
streets overrun with groups opposed to Bashar al-Assad. In the southwest of Syria, pro-democratic force control pockets of land and fight Assad’s forces. In the northwest, Hezbollah works with Assad’s army to fight Islamist groups. Further north... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
In Yemen war, hospitals bombed to rubble, starvation spreadsjoined the war to restore it, recapturing the port city of Aden where President
In Yemen war, hospitals bombed to rubble, starvation spreads
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 4 days ago
joined the war to restore it, recapturing the port city of Aden where President Abd Rabbu Mansour al-Hadi is now based. Riyadh and its allies have launched hundreds of air strikes, sent in ground troops and set up a naval blockade to restrict... Read more
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The Star
In Yemen war, hospitals bombed to rubble, starvation spreadsjoined the war to restore it, recapturing the port city of Aden where President
In Yemen war, hospitals bombed to rubble, starvation spreads
The Star / Posted 4 days ago
joined the war to restore it, recapturing the port city of Aden where President Abd Rabbu Mansour al-Hadi is now based. Riyadh and its allies have launched hundreds of air strikes, sent in ground troops and set up a naval blockade to restrict... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Saudi arms deal exempt from global treaty, Ottawa saysin the Arms Trade Treaty. This matters in the Saudi deal because Ottawa must a
Saudi arms deal exempt from global treaty, Ottawa says
The Globe and Mail / Posted 4 days ago
in the Arms Trade Treaty. This matters in the Saudi deal because Ottawa must authorize exports of combat vehicles to Riyadh, and critics say it’s easier to do so under Canada’s current export control regime – where the government has the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Daily Press Briefingthis fiscal year, with at least 10,000 being from Syria. This step is also in k
Daily Press Briefing
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 days ago
this fiscal year, with at least 10,000 being from Syria. This step is also in keeping with America's best tradition as a land of second chances and a beacon of hope. In accordance with these same traditions, we will continue to lead the way on... Read more
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Gulf News
UAE backs sending ground troops to fight Daeshsuch a move would be possible if the ground situation in Syria and Iraq [where
UAE backs sending ground troops to fight Daesh
Gulf News / Posted 7 days ago
such a move would be possible if the ground situation in Syria and Iraq [where Daesh is active and holds large swathes of land] demanded such an intervention,” Dr Karasik said.Dr Karasik said the announcement in December 2015 by Saudi Deputy Crown... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Majority rank human rights above job creation in Saudi arms deal: pollan all-party committee of U.K. MPs called for a suspension of British arms sale
Majority rank human rights above job creation in Saudi arms deal: poll
The Globe and Mail / Posted 9 days ago
an all-party committee of U.K. MPs called for a suspension of British arms sales to Saudi Arabia pending a probe into Riyadh’s devastating military campaign in Yemen. A UN report last week said a Saudi-led Arab coalition has conducted... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
The Saudi arms deal: Why it’s a big dealSaudi Arabia’s King Salman Prime Minister Stephen Harper tours the General Dyna
The Saudi arms deal: Why it’s a big deal
The Globe and Mail / Posted 9 days ago
Saudi Arabia’s King Salman Prime Minister Stephen Harper tours the General Dynamics Land Systems in 2014. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP Photo Dave Chidley/THE CANADIAN PRESS Graphic: Murat Yukselir/The Globe and Mail Photo illustration: The Globe and... Read more
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The Atlantic
Attacking ISIS Won’t Make Americans Safertwo Black Hawk helicopters. In 1995, al-Qaeda operatives took credit for bombin
Attacking ISIS Won’t Make Americans Safer
The Atlantic / Posted 10 days ago
two Black Hawk helicopters. In 1995, al-Qaeda operatives took credit for bombing a joint U.S.-Saudi military facility in Riyadh. And in 1996, a truck bomb devastated a building housing U.S. Air Force personnel in the Saudi city of Dhahran.... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Shale Shock: Another Leg Lower In Oil Coming After Many Producers Found To Have Far Lower Breakevensat a WTI price of $29.19 a barrel. Its rig counts have doubled since oil prices
Shale Shock: Another Leg Lower In Oil Coming After Many Producers Found To Have Far Lower Breakevens
Zero Hedge / Posted 10 days ago
at a WTI price of $29.19 a barrel. Its rig counts have doubled since oil prices began collapsing in mid-2014. In Midland County, at $30, rig counts are up 56%. Counts in Irion and Reagan counties, with two of the highest break-evens... Read more
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Aircraft Maintenance Technology
Chromalloy Arabia Establishes Sales, Support Office at Dubai Airport Free Zonebusiness into an OEM supplier of production parts and advanced repairs and serv
Chromalloy Arabia Establishes Sales, Support Office at Dubai Airport Free Zone
Aircraft Maintenance Technology / Posted 11 days ago
business into an OEM supplier of production parts and advanced repairs and services for gas turbines used in aviation and land-based applications. Chromalloy serves the airline, military, marine and energy segments with a broad range of services... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Ethiopia, Islam and the Muslim World in the Eyes of Dr. Adam Kamilplace and image in Islam. Adam received his MA and Ph.D. in Islamic moderation
Ethiopia, Islam and the Muslim World in the Eyes of Dr. Adam Kamil
AllAfrica.com / Posted 12 days ago
place and image in Islam. Adam received his MA and Ph.D. in Islamic moderation [thought] and Africa and Islam from Riyadh University and King Abdulahi Centre for Tolerance. He again obtained his assistance professorship from Uganda's... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Saudi Arabia Hemorrhages $19.4 Billion In Reserves During Decemberin fact going broke. And at a fairly rapid clip. The problem: slumping crude.
Saudi Arabia Hemorrhages $19.4 Billion In Reserves During December
Zero Hedge / Posted 16 days ago
in fact going broke. And at a fairly rapid clip. The problem: slumping crude. As we first discussed in November of 2014, Riyadh’s move to kill the fabled petrodollar in an effort to bankrupt the US shale complex was a risky proposition. If ZIRP... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Daily Press Briefingto respond positively to Special Envoy de Mistura's invitation. And as you know
Daily Press Briefing
AllAfrica.com / Posted 17 days ago
to respond positively to Special Envoy de Mistura's invitation. And as you know, Secretary Kerry met last weekend in Riyadh with the HNC to express our focus on the need for a political transition, a ceasefire, and a need to implement... Read more
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Reuters
Ambitious Saudi reforms may not avert looming economic slumpConstruction labourers work at the site of the development project of King Abdu
Ambitious Saudi reforms may not avert looming economic slump
Reuters / Posted 17 days ago
Construction labourers work at the site of the development project of King Abdullah Road in Riyadh February 5, 2013. RIYADH At a three-day conference in Riyadh this week, hundreds of Saudi Arabian officials and businessmen discussed ways to rescue... Read more
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Gulf News
Tax on undeveloped land should remain a Saudi affairunlikely that other Gulf governments would adopt a similar strategy Skyscraper
Tax on undeveloped land should remain a Saudi affair
Gulf News / Posted 17 days ago
unlikely that other Gulf governments would adopt a similar strategy Skyscrapers in the King Abdullah financial district in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, on Saturday, Jan. 9, 2016. Saudi Arabian stocks led Gulf Arab markets lower after oil extended its... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
UN report increases pressure on Ottawa to halt Saudi arms dealviolations by a Saudi Arabia-led bombing campaign in Yemen has spurred calls in
UN report increases pressure on Ottawa to halt Saudi arms deal
The Globe and Mail / Posted 17 days ago
violations by a Saudi Arabia-led bombing campaign in Yemen has spurred calls in Britain to suspend arms sales to Riyadh and is increasing pressure on the Canadian government to do the same. The Trudeau government opened the door last... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Square Holes And Currency Pegsthe exact opposite of what nations like Saudi Arabia and China do. That is, it
Square Holes And Currency Pegs
Zero Hedge / Posted 22 days ago
the exact opposite of what nations like Saudi Arabia and China do. That is, it became too costly and risky for Switzerland to keep its franc pegged (or ‘capped’, to be precise) to the euro any longer a year ago, because of upward, not downward... Read more
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Gulf News
Scepticism mires Syria talks in Geneva this weekfor a new round of talks in Geneva this week, despite major differences between
Scepticism mires Syria talks in Geneva this week
Gulf News / Posted 22 days ago
for a new round of talks in Geneva this week, despite major differences between them.The opposition delegation backed by Riyadh will face off with the regime delegation backed by Moscow.The Syrian opposition would like to see Syrian president... Read more
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New Kerala
First ever India-Arab League ministerial meeting in Bahrainheld in Oman in May this year. Emerging areas of cooperation between India and
First ever India-Arab League ministerial meeting in Bahrain
New Kerala / Posted 22 days ago
held in Oman in May this year. Emerging areas of cooperation between India and the Arab countries include agriculture, dry land farming, environment protection, information and communication technology (ICT), automobiles, small and medium... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Pentagon Chief Says "Boots On The Ground" Part Of "Accelerated" Strategy For ISIS Fighta man who knows that actions speak far louder than words. That’s why when Wash
Pentagon Chief Says "Boots On The Ground" Part Of "Accelerated" Strategy For ISIS Fight
Zero Hedge / Posted 23 days ago
a man who knows that actions speak far louder than words. That’s why when Washington’s feud with China over the latter’s land reclamation efforts in the South China Sea reached a boiling point last year, Carter made a trip to the Pacific and had... Read more
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Zawya
No sign Saudi Arabia will ride to oil market rescueSaudi Arabiarescue * Saudis mean to continue oil strategy despite low prices * Reduced cr
No sign Saudi Arabia will ride to oil market rescueSaudi Arabia
Zawya / Posted 23 days ago
rescue * Saudis mean to continue oil strategy despite low prices * Reduced crude income hitting Saudi fiscal balance * Riyadh has large assets to help cushion blow * Reforms to reduce spending are key to long-term oil policy By Angus McDowall... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
Kerry says 'the fight's over' with Netanyahuadministration in history," Kerry said. But the U.S. and Israel continue to sp
Kerry says 'the fight's over' with Netanyahu
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 23 days ago
administration in history," Kerry said. But the U.S. and Israel continue to spar over the growth of Jewish settlements on land Palestinians seek for a future state. Just hours before the two men sat down, Israel announced it was seizing about 380... Read more
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Calcutta News
Israeli PM says Saudi Arabia, UAE and other Arab countries in talks with Israel over regional pactof the deal that benefited it, but not those that didn't. Mr Netanyahu however
Israeli PM says Saudi Arabia, UAE and other Arab countries in talks with Israel over regional pact
Calcutta News / Posted 23 days ago
of the deal that benefited it, but not those that didn't. Mr Netanyahu however has been working on just that, and in Switzerland on Thursday he was boasting that he was about to pull it off. In a stunning revelation the Israeli prime minister said... Read more
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Reuters
No sign Saudi Arabia will ride to oil market rescueA driver waits to fill his car with fuel at a petrol station in Riyadh, Saudi A
No sign Saudi Arabia will ride to oil market rescue
Reuters / Posted 24 days ago
A driver waits to fill his car with fuel at a petrol station in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, December 22, 2015. RIYADH/DUBAI Low oil prices have pushed top exporter Saudi Arabia to hasten difficult economic reforms and cut spending on popular benefits, but... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Saudi-backed shipping line UASC resumes Iran businesson its main regional rival, with which it cut ties earlier this month after its
Saudi-backed shipping line UASC resumes Iran business
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 25 days ago
on its main regional rival, with which it cut ties earlier this month after its Tehran embassy was attacked following Riyadh's execution of a Shi'ite cleric. Other Gulf nations which hold stakes in UASC also have difficult relations with... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Saudi-backed shipping line resumes Iran businesson its main regional rival, with which it cut ties earlier this month after its
Saudi-backed shipping line resumes Iran business
The Globe and Mail / Posted 25 days ago
on its main regional rival, with which it cut ties earlier this month after its Tehran embassy was attacked following Riyadh’s execution of a Shi’ite cleric. Other Gulf nations which hold stakes in UASC also have difficult relations with... Read more
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Rappler
1.38 million overseas voters in 2016 – Comelecembassy in Saudi Arabia conduct a mobile overseas voter's registration in Al Kh
1.38 million overseas voters in 2016 – Comelec
Rappler / Posted 29 days ago
embassy in Saudi Arabia conduct a mobile overseas voter's registration in Al Khobar. Photo from the Philippine Embassy - Riyadh website MANILA, Philippines – The number of Filipinos abroad who registered as overseas absentee voters for the 2016... Read more
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Pilipino Star
PAL to fly to Kuwaitreturn flight, PR 669 meanwhile, will leave Kuwait at 2:55 p.m. local time ever
PAL to fly to Kuwait
Pilipino Star / Posted 29 days ago
return flight, PR 669 meanwhile, will leave Kuwait at 2:55 p.m. local time every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and land in Manila at 8:15 a.m. the following day. As for the service to Jeddah, PR 658 will depart Manila at 10:30 p.m. every... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Syrians fleeing war take chances at remote Jordan crossingin tow, juggles with his emotions as he crosses into Jordan, as thousands of ot
Syrians fleeing war take chances at remote Jordan crossing
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 29 days ago
in tow, juggles with his emotions as he crosses into Jordan, as thousands of other Syrian refugees wait in no-man's land hoping their turn will come. Jordanian security forces help Syrian girls after they crossed from Syria into Jordan at... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Syrians fleeing war take chances at remote Jordan crossingin tow, juggles with his emotions as he crosses into Jordan, as thousands of ot
Syrians fleeing war take chances at remote Jordan crossing
Inquirier.net / Posted 29 days ago
in tow, juggles with his emotions as he crosses into Jordan, as thousands of other Syrian refugees wait in no-man’s land hoping their turn will come. Zarara, 39, says “there was nothing left for me in Syria,” where his wife was killed a few... Read more
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