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Graham: Saudis would ‘be ‘speaking Farsi in about a week’ without US support

South Carolina Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham told Fox News on Sunday that Saudi Arabia’s military “can’t fight out of a paper bag” when confronted with Mideast challenges including Iran, and insisted that the U.S. has the necessary leverage to punish the Saudi leadership for its apparent role in the murder of dissident writer Jamal Khashoggi.

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‘Zero’ doubt Saudi crown prince directed Khashoggi murder — GOP senators

Two key US Republican senators said yesterday after a briefing by the CIA’s director they have “zero” doubt Saudi Arabia’s crown prince directed the murder of the journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

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Oil prices surge more than 5% on cut pledge, US-China deal

Oil prices soared more than five percent on Monday after Russia and Saudi Arabia renewed a pact to cap output, while the US agreed to halt raising tariffs on Chinese imports, stalling a trade row that many feared could hit demand for the commodity.

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Russia, Saudi agree to renew oil output cuts: Vladimir Putin

President Vladimir Putin said Saturday that Russia and OPEC kingpin Saudi Arabia had agreed to renew a pact on oil production cuts, as crude prices slump on global markets.

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Macron: Global experts needed for Khashoggi probes

French President Emmanuel Macron told Saudi Arabia’s crown prince Friday that international experts need to be involved in the investigations into the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, according to French media reports.

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G-20 Summit Stumbles On Trade, Climate

Divisions among the world leading economies emerged from the moment their leaders gathered Friday in Argentina: Donald Trump struck his own deals and angered allies, and the leaders of Russia and Saudi Arabia bonded amid criticism from European powers.

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After Trump calls, Gulf OPEC members cover most of Iran oil loss: Reuters survey

OPEC oil supply has fallen in November from a two-year high due to U.S. sanctions on Iran, a Reuters survey found, although most of the output gap left by Iran was plugged by Saudi Arabia and the UAE in response to calls from U.S.

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Sisi: Saudi Arabia’s security integral to Egypt’s national security

Saudi Arabia’s security is an integral part of Egypt’s national security, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi said yesterday.

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Pompeo, Mattis to brief US senators on Saudi as concerns mount

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Pentagon chief Jim Mattis will brief US senators Wednesday on developments related to Saudi Arabia, amid mounting bipartisan concern about the kingdom, a senior Republican lawmaker said Monday.

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Saudi Arabia said to be keen to agree to cut oil output – FT

he Financial Times (FT) reported the headlines late-Monday, citing that Saudi Arabia is said to be keen to agree to cut oil output.

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Oil traders cautious on mixed signals from Saudis ahead of G20, OPEC meetings

Oil markets were trading cautiously on Tuesday, with mixed signals coming from top exporter Saudi Arabia ahead of an OPEC meeting in Austria next week.

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Storm brewing over Israeli spyware firm over sales to Saudis

A controversial American-owned Israeli vendor is again under fire after media reports that it is selling spyware to repressive regimes, including Saudi Arabia.

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Al Saud is the official sponsor of Israel

The US president, Donald Trump, removed the last fig leaf from the Saudi government as a whole, not just Mohammad Bin Salman, when, in his most recent speech, he said, “If you look at Israel, Israel would be in big trouble without Saudi Arabia. We have a very strong ally in Saudi Arabia. The fact is that Saudi Arabia is tremendously helpful in the Middle East, if we didn’t have Saudi Arabia we wouldn’t have a big base.”

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Turkey says Trump ‘turning a blind eye’ over murder of Saudi journalist

Turkey has accused Donald Trump of turning a “blind eye” to the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi in Saudi Arabia’s consulate in Istanbul.

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Trump’s Saudi ties to be investigated

Democrats on the US House intelligence panel will investigate President Donald Trump’s response to the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi as part of a “deep dive” next year into US-Saudi Arabia ties, the committee’s incoming head says.

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Trump Lied When He Said CIA Didn’t Link Saudi Prince To Khashoggi Killing: Senator Jack Reed

espite President Donald Trump’s insistence to the contrary, the CIA determined that Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman was “directly involved” in the assassination of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, said Rhode Island Sen. Jack Reed, the ranking Democrat on the Senate Armed Services Committee.

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