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UAE Bars Top Qatari Football Official from Attending Asian Cup

The United Arab Emirate has, in a politically-motivated move, prevented Qatari Vice President of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Saud al-Muhannadi from taking part in the AFC Asian Cup tournament, which is to start on Saturday.

‘Khashoggi Corpse Kept in Saudi Consul Residence’

A new book has been published in Turkey which not only sheds more light on the slaughter of the prominent Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, but also set forth a new claim saying that the corpse of the slain journalist is still kept in a water well inside the residence of Saudi consul in Istanbul.

Jubeir’s Replacement Could Adopt Softer Line on Tehran: Iranian Ex-Diplomat

A former Iranian diplomat says new Saudi Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Assaf may adopt a softer line vis-à-vis Iran.

Iran Never Sought to Wipe Out Any Country: Zarif

Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says the chaotic situation in the region results from the problematic policies pursued by Saudi Arabia and the Israeli regime, rejecting allegations that Tehran’s "expansionist" policy has brought destruction to the region.

‘US Hell-Bent on Solving Its Iran Problem Once for All’

An expert on US politics believes Washington is hell-bent on settling its Iran problem once and for all, launching a full-scale war against the country that targets Iran’s economy, among other sectors, to bring the country to its knees and cause a regime change.

Joining Dots between Khashoggi’s Death, Yemen Peace Breakthrough

It’s no exaggeration to say the ceasefire deal brokered in the Swedish capital Stockholm last week could not be worked out if a Saudi journalist had not been slain in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul early October.

Iran, Saudi Arabia Sign Deal on Hajj 2019

The governments of Iran and Saudi Arabia have signed an agreement on the 2019 hajj annual pilgrimage, based on which the next year’s rituals will see over 86,000 Iranian pilgrims.

Extremists Set Fire to Saudi Woman’s Vehicle

A group of extremists in Saudi Arabia, outraged by a royal decision to allow women to drive, have set fire to a woman’s car in the second such incident.

Yemeni Sides Reach Truce Deal, Exchange Historic Handshake

Yemen's warring sides finally achieved a major breakthrough on the final day of peace talks in Sweden on Thursday, agreeing terms on a ceasefire for the strategic port city of Hudaydah which serves as a major lifeline for 18 million Yemenis living in disputed areas.

Yemen’s Houthis Say Ready for Ceasefire

Yemen’s Ansarullah movement says it is ready for truce if the Saudi-led coalition would be after a real ceasefire after waging a devastating war on the innocent people of Yemen for 3.5 years.

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