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Pensacola Shooting Puts U.S.-Saudi Relations in Spotlight; Trump Speaks with King Salman and Crown Prince
A Saudi soldier in training in the United States opened fire on a naval base in Pensacola, Florida on Friday, killing three and wounding 12. Second Lt. Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani was then killed by a sheriff’s deputy who responded to the attack. The attack shocked Saudis and Americans alike.
Saudi Aramco Officially the World’s Biggest IPO, Raises $25.6 Billion
Saudi Aramco sold 3 billion shares at 32 riyals ($8.53) each in its IPO, raising $25.6 billion, making it the world’s biggest IPO. The IPO values Aramco at roughly $1.7 trillion, making it the most valuable publicly traded company in the world ahead of Apple, which is worth about $1.15 trillion. It also soared past the previous […]
Saudi Arabia to Grant Citizenship to ‘Scientists, Intellectuals and Innovators’ From Around the World
In a bid to attract top talent and spark innovation in the Kingdom, Saudi Arabia has announced that it would grant full citizenship to “scientists, intellectuals, and innovators” from key sectors and focuses, according to reports.
Tiger Woods Cites Busy Schedule in Declining to Play in Saudi Invitational, Defends Mickelson’s Decision to Play
Tiger Woods has declined to play in the upcoming Saudi Invitational golf tournament early next year, citing one of the busiest tour schedules for the Master’s champ in recent years, and defended the decision by Phil Mickelson and others to play. Woods said that he understood that the decision could be difficult for some athletes, […]
Qatar, Saudi National Teams Set to Face Off in Semifinals of Gulf Cup in Doha
Qatar defeated the United Arab Emirates, 4-2, in the quarterfinals of the Gulf Cup being played in Doha, Qatar on Monday. The win advances the host country’s team to a semifinal match against Saudi Arabia on Wednesday. The match between the two teams has extra intrigue as the two nations play each other for the […]
Saudi Arabia Assumes G20 Presidency, Launches Promotional Video
Saudi Arabia has assumed the presidency of the Group of 20 nations (G20) for the year as it gears up to host the annual G20 meeting in Riyadh in 2020. The Kingdom launched a promotional video that has been widely shared on Twitter and other social platforms.
Saudi Economy: Consistent Growth in Non-Oil Activity, Modest Overall Growth Forecasted for 2020 — Jadwa Investment
Jadwa Investment has revised downward its forecast for economic growth in Saudi Arabia this year from 1.6% to 0.2% based on recent data, the Riyadh-based firm said in a recently-released report.
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman Begins State Visit to UAE Wednesday
Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman will start a state visit to the UAE on Wednesday, according to Al Arabiya news. During the official visit, the Saudi Crown Prince will meet Sheikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces. The two leaders […]
China’s Imports of Saudi Oil Soar 76% in October as Demand Increases
China’s crude oil imports from Saudi Arabia rose over 75% in October as demand from new refiners was met by the Kingdom, according to Reuters data. The 76.3% rise in October was boosted by demand particularly from from two new integrated refineries, the Hengli Petrochemical Co. in the north, and Zhejiang Petrochemical in the south, Reuters reports. […]
Saudi Arabia Gears Up to Host G20 Summit; Saudi FM Travels to Japan for Ceremony
Saudi Arabia is making major preparations to host the annual gathering of the leaders of the Group of 20 (G20) nations next year in Riyadh, the 15th meeting of the group that is set to thrust the city into the global spotlight. The meeting will be held on November 21–22, 2020, and will be chaired […]
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Unemployment high on list of Arab youth’s major concerns
In the Arab world, 65 percent of the population are under the age of 30. According to an Arab News — Arab Strategy Forum research study conducted by YouGov, 55 percent of this demographic group believe corruption is the main problem in their country, followed by unemployment (46 percent) and lack of trust in government (30 percent) .
Big increase in number of Pakistanis coming to the UAE and Saudi Arabia for jobs
“MOPHRD was able to achieve 207% increase in manpower export to Saudi Arabia. Thank you Saudi Arabia for being the second home to millions of Pakistanis, largest country to home Overseas Pakistanis,” says a tweet by the Ministry.
Pentagon chief plans to shift US focus to China and Russia
He focused instead on shifting the U.S. military’s focus toward China and Russia — “today’s revisionist powers.” He accused Moscow and Beijing of seeking “veto power” over the economic and security decisions of smaller nations.
US peace envoy to Afghanistan opens first round of resurrected talks with Taliban
The talks will initially focus on getting a Taliban promise to reduce violence, with a permanent cease-fire being the eventual goal, said a U.S. statement. Khalilzad is also trying to lay the groundwork for negotiations between Afghans on both sides of the protracted conflict.
Russian, Syrian Regime Forces Step Up Attacks on Rebel Stronghold Idlib
A recent military escalation by Russian and Syrian government forces in the rebel-held northwestern Syrian province of Idlib is likely to continue in the coming weeks, experts say.
Iran releases American graduate student in prisoner swap
The Trump administration on Saturday announced the release of Xiyue Wang, a Chinese American graduate student detained in Iran since 2016, as part of a prisoner exchange with Tehran.
Libya arms embargo being systematically violated by UN states
UN member states have systematically violated a Libyan arms embargo, according to a long-awaited UN report due to be published on Monday that will identify Jordan, Turkey and the United Arab Emirates as the main culprits.
Air Power Procurement in the Gulf: From Sparkling Mirages to Strategic Ambitions
Air power procurement in the Gulf is increasingly evolving in line with two key ambitions: power projection and economic diversification.
Main Lebanon PM candidate withdraws from consideration
Samir Khatib said the country’s top Sunni religious authority told him the community supports the re-appointment of former Prime Minister Saad Hariri, who resigned Oct. 29 under fire from anti-government protesters.
U.S. officials misled the public about the war in Afghanistan, confidential documents reveal
A confidential trove of government documents obtained by The Washington Post reveals that senior U.S. officials failed to tell the truth about the war in Afghanistan throughout the 18-year campaign, making rosy pronouncements they knew to be false and hiding unmistakable evidence the war had become unwinnable.
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