saudi arabia
Last News

Deadly Saudi airstrike won’t go unanswered: Yemen’s ruling council

Yemen’s Supreme Political Council has vowed a firm response to a Saudi air raid that killed dozens of civilians during a funeral ceremony, calling on people to take to the streets of Sana’a to decry the assault.

US guilty of supplying arms used in Yemen by Saudi Arabia

The Iranian Foreign Ministry’s spokesman has denied claims made by a US official that a missile used by Yemen’s Houthi Ansarullah fighters to destroy an Emirati military vessel was made by Iran.

Egypt, Saudi stances on Syria crisis different: Cairo

The Egyptian foreign minister says his country’s attitude toward the ongoing deadly conflict in Syria differs from that of Saudi Arabia, which has been supporting militant groups fighting to unseat the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.

Saudi Arabia should account for Mina tragedy: Iran

Iran’s deputy ambassador to the United Nations says Saudi Arabia has been refusing to conduct a responsible, thorough and transparent investigation into a deadly crush during Hajj rituals last year.

Walkout at Saudi hospital over unpaid wages enters 5th day

A strike by hundreds of health workers at a Saudi hospital has entered its fifth day as labor conditions get worse in the cash-strapped kingdom.

Fresh Saudi airstrike against Yemen leaves nine civilians dead

At least nine civilians, including women and children, have lost their lives when Saudi military aircraft launched an airstrike against a civilian area in Yemen’s mountainous northwestern province of Sa’ada.

Saudi Arabia used US-made bomb to destroy Yemen hospital: Amnesty

Amnesty International says Saudi military aircraft pounded a hospital in Yemen’s northwestern province of Hajjah with a US-built bomb last month, calling on the United States and Britain to stop selling munitions to Riyadh and its allies in the war against conflict-ridden Yemen.

Saudi Arabia, allies sponsor terrorism in Middle East, Analyst says

Press TV has spoken to Kaveh Afrasiabi, a political commentator from Boston, to discuss the recent remarks by Iranian President Hassan Rouhani at the opening ceremony of the 17th NAM summit in Venezuela regarding terrorism.

18 killed in Saudi airstrikes across Yemen

At least 18 civilians have been killed in Saudi Arabia’s multiple aerial strikes across war-torn Yemen during the past 24 hours.

Over 3,000 non-military sites struck in Saudi strikes against Yemen: Report

A survey has revealed that Saudi Arabia has targeted more than 3,000 civilian sites, including schools, hospital and mosques, in its war on Yemen.

Saudi-dominated [P]GCC worried about Sept. 11 legislation

Saudi Arabia and its Arab allies in the Persian Gulf region have expressed dissatisfaction about recent legislation in the US that would enable the families of the victims of the September 11, 2001 attacks to lodge complaints against Riyadh and demand reparations over the kingdom’s alleged role.

Troubled Saudis axing hundreds of projects

Saudi Arabia reportedly plans to abandon a third of its projects worth $20 billion in a fresh sign of the kingdom’s growing trouble with its budget books.

British premier defends selling arms to Saudi Arabia, citing anti-terrorism efforts

British Prime Minister Theresa May defends selling arms to Saudi Arabia, which faced accusations of resorting to war crimes in Yemen.

Saudi airstrike leaves eight civilians dead in Yemen

Saudi warplanes have bombed a residential neighborhood in Yemen’s northwestern province of Amran, killing at least eight civilians and leaving several others injured.

US, Western allies know Saudi Arabia is backing terror groups: Noam Chomsky

Noam Chomsky, a renowned American political activist and philosopher, has accused the United States and its Western allies of knowing about but choosing to turn a blind eye to Saudi Arabia’s support for terrorist groups.

Saudi measures to alleviate financial crisis failing

Saudi Arabia’s drastic measures to alleviate its cash crunch through loosening lending rules and direct money injections are reportedly doing little to solve the country's worst financial crisis in years.

Saudi withholding Iranians’ blood money: Iran Hajj official

The head of Iran’s Hajj and Pilgrimage Organization says Saudi Arabia continues to withhold all cooperation toward compensating the victims of a deadly crush during Hajj pilgrimage rituals last year.

Saudi Arabia, Israel have even alienated allies: Iran’s Zarif

Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says atrocities by Saudi Arabia and Israel have worked to even alienate their own allies.

Saudi Arabian jets target civilian infrastructure in Yemen

Saudi Arabia’s unremitting attacks against Yemen’s civilian infrastructure continue, with the kingdom’s fighter jets bombing a sugar factory in the western province of Hudaydah.

چاپارک
All rights reserved for "Jam News"