Saudi Arabia says ‘nothing to mediate’ in Canada dispute

:: Saudi Arabia said on Wednesday there is no room for mediation in the kingdom’s escalating diplomatic dispute with Canada, and that Ottawa knew what it needed to do to “fix its More »

Saudi-Canada diplomatic row will not affect oil supplies, says energy minister

:: Saudi Arabia’s petroleum supplies to countries around the world will not be affected by the ongoing diplomatic dispute between Canada and the Kingdom, Energy Minister Khalid Al-Falih said on Thursday. Al-Falih More »

Saudi Cabinet reaffirms rejection of Canadian interference in Kingdom’s internal affairs

:: The Saudi Cabinet has reaffirmed its “absolute rejection” of the Canadian government’s stance in the diplomatic row between the two countries. Saudi Arabia ordered the Canadian ambassador to leave the Kingdom More »

Makkah governor briefed on Saudi Post’s services for pilgrims during Hajj

:: The president of the Saudi Post Corporation (SPC), Mohammed Al-Abduljabbar, called on Makkah Gov. Prince Khaled Al-Faisal at his office in Jeddah on Monday. The Makkah governor reviewed the corporation’s preparations More »

Organization of Islamic Cooperation holds meeting on Houthi attack on Saudi oil tankers

:: The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) will hold a meeting at the level of permanent representatives of member states next Wednesday to discuss the Houthi militia attacks on two Saudi oil More »

 

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Iraq MPs vote against Kurdish independence referendum

:: The Iraqi parliament voted on Tuesday to oppose an independence referendum planned by Iraqi Kurdish leaders for later this month prompting a walkout by Kurdish lawmakers. Speaker Salim al-Juburi, a Sunni Arab, said the vote required the government to

Under Iraqi town, Daesh militants built network of tunnels

The network of tunnels offered Daesh protection from air strikes and movement in their territory Under the Iraqi town of Sinjar, Daesh militants built a network of tunnels, complete with sleeping quarters, wired with electricity and fortified with sandbags. There,

Yazidis burn Muslim homes in Iraq’s Sinjar, witnesses say

Members of Iraq’s Yazidi minority, which was brutally attacked by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) group, looted and burned Muslim homes in Sinjar after its recapture from the militants, witnesses said Sunday. ISIS overran the northern town

IS militants’ surprise blitz kills 24 Kurd peshmergas

ARBIL: Islamic State militants have killed at least 24 members of the Kurdish security forces in a surprise attack in northern Iraq, Kurdish officials said, in one of the deadliest single battles for the Kurds since last summer. Three Kurdish

Saudi delegation to head to Iraq for talks on reopening embassy

A Saudi delegation will travel to Baghdad this week to start preparations to reopen an embassy in the Iraqi, the Saudi Press Agency said on Saturday, citing an official source in the foreign ministry. It said Saudi Arabia also plans

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