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Suspected Qaeda attack kills four soldiers in Yemen

16 January, 2017

Four Yemeni soldiers were killed in the town of Loder after an attack by militants.

Indignant KRG questions Iran over commander's Saudi consulate-bashing

16 January, 2017

The KRG has said only it had the right to decide if foreign states can operate consulates on its territory after an Iranian commander said Riyadh should not be permitted.

Kurdistan shuts down Iran over commander's Saudi spy claims

16 January, 2017

The KRG has said only it had the right to decide if foreign states can operate consulates on its territory after an Iranian commander said Riyadh should not be permitted.

Death count rising in Yemen's contested Bab al-Mandab strait

16 January, 2017

On Sunday pro-Houthi media outlets reported that the Iran-affiliated group had carried out a successful special operation in Taiz province that had left 40 Saudi-affiliated troops dead or injured.

Spain's King Felipe makes royal visit to Saudi Arabia

15 January, 2017

The kings of Saudi Arabia and Spain are set to meet in Riyadh, as Madrid attempts to sell warships to Riyadh.

Intense Yemen shelling kills Saudi border guard

15 January, 2017

Waves of rebel artillery strikes on a Saudi border guard post on the Yemeni border has killed one, Riyadh has confirmed, following heavy fighting in the war-torn country.

Dozens killed as Yemeni forces push rebels back

14 January, 2017

Clashes between government forces and Houthi rebels left at least 26 fighters dead near the international shipping strait in the country's eastern region, authorities said on Saturday.

Could royal family ties close Madrid, Riyadh warship deal?

14 January, 2017

In-depth: Madrid - currently the seventh-largest arms exporter in the world - seeks to close a lucrative deal to sell warships to Riyadh, much to the alarm of rights groups.

Pentagon: US airstrike kills senior al-Qaeda leader in Yemen

14 January, 2017

A US airstrike in Yemen's central Baida province has killed a senior al-Qaeda leader, the Pentagon said Friday.

From Arab Spring to Winter

13 January, 2017

Comment: Six years ago, the region was awash with hope as Arabs protested and demanded change. Today's landscape is dramatically different, but who's really to blame? asks Noor El-Terk.

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