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Saudi Arabia Tortures Yemeni Civilians in Secret Jails

The Saudi troops stationed in al-Mohreh province in Eastern Yemen raid civilians’ homes and and take them to secret prisons where they torture inmates, the Arabic-language media outlets reported. The crimes committed by the Saudis in Eastern Yemen is no less than what the Emiratis do in Aden, the Arabic-language ...

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8 Killed as Saudi Forces Raid Village near Qatif

TEHRAN (IQNA) – At least eight people were killed in Saudi Arabia when regime forces raided a village in the kingdom’s oil-rich and Shia-populated Eastern Province, as a crackdown led by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman against pro-democracy campaigners, Muslim preachers and intellectuals continues unabated in the country.     ...

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UN experts concerned about Saudi ‘anti-terror’ laws

File photo of a gathering of the UN Human Rights Council The United Nations human rights experts have voiced alarm at Saudi Arabia’s application of its so-called anti-terrorism laws to target activists. The experts raised the warning during a panel event titled “Saudi Arabia – Time for Accountability,” held on ...

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Saudi warplanes attack international airport, airbase in Yemen’s Sana’a

Saudi military aircraft have carried out a string of airstrikes against the Sana’a International Airport and al-Dailami airbase in the Yemeni capital city as the Riyadh regime presses ahead with its atrocious aerial bombardment campaign against its impoverished southern neighbor. AhlulBayt News Agency (ABNA): Saudi military aircraft have carried out a ...

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Saudi-led Invaders Face Heroic Resistance in Push to Seize Yemen’s Al-Hudaydah

Yemeni officials announced that a massive Saudi push against al-Hudaydah on the west coast of Yemen was repelled, with a number of Sudanese mercenaries killed or captured.   Based on reports, fighting reached residential streets on Sunday, with locals and Ansarullh revolutionaries mounting fierce resistance to the invaders. Meanwhile, medics and military sources reported that more ...

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Two killed in attack on security checkpoint in Saudi Arabia’s Qassim: Interior ministry

A Bangladeshi resident and a member of Saudi Arabia’s security forces have been killed in an attack on a security checkpoint in the town of Buraydah in the Qassim province. “A security checkpoint on the Buraydah-Tarfiyah road in Qassim region came under fire from three terrorists riding in a vehicle ...

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WSJ: Saudi Arabian Arrest Wave Shows MBS’ Ruthless Crackdown

The US Wall Street Journal daily chose Wednesday to shed light on the Saudi crown prince tyranny despite the face of reform he is trying to promote. In this context, the daily reported:  “Dozens of high-profile Saudis are locked up in jail, many of them denounced as traitors. Hundreds, possibly ...

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Cinema Opening in Saudi Arabia Coincided with 47th Beheading in 2018

As local and international media celebrated the opening of Saudi Arabia’s first ever cinema, the Kingdom carried out the 47th execution of 2018 by beheading. On April 18 2018, the Saudi government opened the country’s first cinema in 30 years at the King Abdullah Financial Centre in the capital, Riyadh. ...

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MBS Identified as Buyer of $450 mn Da Vinci: WSJ

Saudi Arabia’s crown prince is the true buyer of the Leonardo Da Vinci painting that sold last month for a record $450 million, the Wall Street Journal reported. Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who has undertaken an anti-corruption campaign, bought the painting using a distant relative as a “proxy,” the ...

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