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Yemen rebels boast of missiles capable of 'reaching Riyadh'

20 March, 2017

A Yemeni pro-Houthi commander has said its military has developed missiles that are capable of reaching the Saudi capital, as the war approaches its two year anniversary.

Saudi Aramco resumes Egypt oil deliveries

20 March, 2017

Saudi Arabia's state oil company Aramco has delivered the first two oil shipments to Egypt after deliveries were suspended for several months over political differences, an oil ministry spokesperson

Saudis intercept Yemen rebel missile as camp toll rises

18 March, 2017

A Yemeni rebel missile was intercepted over Saudi Arabia Friday, a Saudi-led coalition said, as the death toll from a rebel attack on a Yemeni army camp rose to 32

Saudi Aramco to resume oil shipments to Egypt

16 March, 2017

Cairo and Riyadh continue to deny that rising tensions caused the halt in oil shipments, which are due to resume 'very shortly'.

King Salman and 1000-strong entourage begin Indonesia investment mission

01 March, 2017

Saudi monarch breaks decades-long refrain from trips to Indonesia as efforts continue efforts to diversify investments for Riyadh's cash-strapped coffers.

Saudi Aramco adds lustre with $7 billion Malaysia investment

28 February, 2017

Saudi Arabia oil giant Aramco is set to go public next year in probably the world's biggest IPO. Added to its portfolio is a new investment in Malaysia.

Shadowy cyber-espionage group linked to Saudi hacking attack

28 January, 2017

A space of recent cyber-attacks on Saudi companies and government institutions is possibly the work of 'Greenbug', a mysterious cyber-espionage group

Saudi Arabia's energy minister upbeat despite US shale recovery

18 January, 2017

Saudi Arabia is putting on a brave face as US shale recovery looms, which could override global production caps and threaten to drive oil prices down even further.

Saudi Arabia announces $53bn budget deficit for 2017

22 December, 2016

Saudi Arabia has announced a projected 2017 budget deficit of $53 billion after a year of cutbacks in the wake of cheaper oil prices and a costly war in Yemen.

After Uber, Saudi bets big on regional rival Careem

18 December, 2016

Saudi Arabia continues its asset hungry acquisitions and plans to diversify away from oil with a regional Uber rival called Careem.

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