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Saudi Arabia signs deal for five Spanish warships

19 July, 2018

Saudi Arabia's state-owned defence company has forged a deal with Spanish shipbuilder Navantia for a joint venture to build five warships, state media said.

UAE abuses in Yemen: An extension of domestic authoritarianism

19 July, 2018

Comment: Abu Dhabi is free to support brutal militias and seize key ports in Yemen's south thanks to a total absence of competent governance, writes Afrah Nasser.

The Iraq Report: Basra's fury spreads to Baghdad

19 July, 2018

Our weekly round-up of events in Iraq this week includes a look into the causes of the most recent unrest, while Iraqi officials get sent to Riyadh.

Saudi Aramco looks to buy stake in petrochemical firm

19 July, 2018

The state-owned oil giant is looking to boost its petrochemicals portfolio to help attract investors ahead of its much-touted stock market listing.

Saudi Arabia and Kuwait agree to establish cooperation council

18 July, 2018

Kuwait and Saudi Arabia have agreed to set up a bilateral cooperation council, following the establishment of a similar council between Saudi Arabia and the UAE in February.

China president due in UAE for high-profile visit

18 July, 2018

China's president will visit the UAE on Thursday, with final preparations underway for the high-profile visit.

Yemen's Houthis claim 'drone attack' on Saudi Aramco facility

18 July, 2018

Yemen's Houthi rebels claimed that a drone attack was the reason for a fire at a Saudi Aramco plant on Wednesday. The oil giant has denied the claims.

Riyadh releases Egyptian 'drug-mule granny' after 4 month ordeal

18 July, 2018

An Egyptian grandmother, who was duped into smuggling drugs while attempting to perform the lesser pilgrimage to Mecca, will return home after a four month ordeal in Saudi Arabia.

Arab views of US low, support for Palestinians high

18 July, 2018

Comment: Washington continues to be seen as a threat, writes Derek Davison.

UN court to rule in Qatar lawsuit against UAE

18 July, 2018

The United Nations' highest legal body will next week issue a verdict in a lawsuit by Qatar accusing the United Arab Emirates of discrimination against Doha and its citizens.

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