Exclusive, Featured

Al-Ahmar: Jeopardising Yemen

Yemen in all its history and glory belongs to one. It's riches cannot be confined to any particular party, group or family.

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Editorial, Featured

The Yemeni Civil War

A few years ago study was published under the title " Sustaining civil war - Yemen as a case study." The study concluded that Yemen had been in a state of civil.

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Editorial, Featured

The Gulf Revolutions Are Underway

Omanis recently took part in massive demonstrations in the northern city of Sohar and were knocking on the doors of Abu Dhabi.

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Featured, International

Saudi Diplomat Shot Dead in Pakistan

Shooting comes two days after grenade attack on consulate in Karachi as tensions rise between Sunni and Shia populations.

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Saudi Women Protest in Khobar

Around 60 women gathered in front of the Labour office in the Khobar, Saudi Arabia's main industrial city.

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International

John Brennan To Visit Sudan, Saudi Arabia and UAE

Posted on 02 June 2011

John Brennan, President Barack Obama's top counter-terrorism aide, is visiting Saudi Arabia, Sudan and the United Arab Emirates this week, the White House said. Continue Reading

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Reports & Articles

Report claims German police train Saudis in repression

Posted on 02 June 2011

Officers in the German federal police have been involved in training Saudi security forces on how to search, occupy houses and deal with protests and uprisings. Continue Reading

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Local

Saudi Woman Accuses Chauffeur of Rape Amid Row

Posted on 02 June 2011

A Saudi businesswoman, forced by law to hire a male driver, has accused her chauffeur of raping her, a newspaper reported Wednesday. Continue Reading

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Local

Saudi Plans to Build 16 Nuclear Reactors by 2030

Posted on 02 June 2011

Saudi Arabia plans to build 16 nuclear power reactors by 2030 which could costs more than $100 billion, a Saudi-based newspaper reported on Wednesday. Continue Reading

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Reports & Articles

Saudi Protesters Step Back—for Now

Posted on 27 May 2011

The young people here stopped protesting last week, effectively ending the first chapter of the so-called Arab spring in the oil-rich Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Continue Reading

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Local

Saudi Woman Arrested for Challenging Driving Ban

Posted on 22 May 2011

Saudi authorities arrested a female activist on Sunday who launched a campaign to challenge a ban on women driving in the conservative kingdom. Continue Reading

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International

Saudi Arabia, UAE funded Jihadi Networks in Pakistan

Posted on 22 May 2011

Islamic charities from Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates financed a network in Pakistan that recruited children as young as eight to wage holy war. Continue Reading

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Reports & Articles

Mission Impossible: How to Back Arab Reform but Ignore Saudi Arabia

Posted on 21 May 2011

In all the Arab states Barack Obama namechecked in his tour-de-force speech on Thursday night about the Arab spring, one nation was missing - Saudi Arabia. Continue Reading

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