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Oil price to increase amid market volatility says investment bank

INVESTMENT bank UBS has predicted the oil price will increase in the last quarter amid continued market volatility following attacks on Saudi Arabian oil facilities last month.

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Saudi Arabia Pays Compensation to Iran for Deaths in Hajj

The Saudi Arabian government paid a compensation to relatives of the Iranians killed in 2015 during the pilgrimage to the holy city of Mecca, reported on Tuesday authorities of the Persian nation.

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Houthis Hit Saudi Tanker With Missile to Avenge Deadly Airstrike

Houthi rebels in Yemen hit a Saudi Arabian oil tanker with a missile on Tuesday, an attack that could escalate the three-year-old conflict even as the leader of the United Nations expressed optimism about renewed diplomacy to end it.

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Exclusive: Detained Saudi billionaire Alwaleed says he expects to be released in days

Saudi Arabian billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, detained in the kingdom’s sweeping crackdown on corruption, said on Saturday that he expected to be cleared of any wrongdoing and be released from custody within days.

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Tehran Suspects Saudi Intelligence of Attempts to Stage Terror Attacks in Iran

The Iranian Intelligence Ministry suspects Saudi Arabian intelligence services of being involved in illegal explosives trafficking through the Iranian border for staging terror attacks, the ministry said on Wednesday in a statement.

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Tehran Suspects Saudi Intelligence of Attempts to Stage Terror Attacks in Iran

The Iranian Intelligence Ministry suspects Saudi Arabian intelligence services of being involved in illegal explosives trafficking through the Iranian border for staging terror attacks, the ministry said on Wednesday in a statement.

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UK secretly training Saudi troops for Yemen war: Report

The British Army is secretly training Saudi Arabian soldiers to fight in Yemen, where more than 12,000 people have been killed since the onset of the Saudi war in March 2015, according to a report.

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‘Immature and weak-minded’: Iran rebukes Saudi crown prince for Hitler comparison

Tehran has responded to controversial comments made by the Saudi Arabian crown prince, in which Prince Mohammad bin Salman compared Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei to Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler.

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Saudi prince, relieved from National Guard, once seen as throne contender

Prince Miteb bin Abdullah, born in 1953, headed the Saudi Arabian National Guard, an elite internal security force originally based on traditional tribal units that was run by his father for five decades.

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Saudi cleric says women are ‘quarter brained’

A Saudi Arabian cleric who said women should not be allowed to drive because they have a “quarter” of the brainpower of men has been banned from preaching, the government announced on Friday, according to AFP.

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Saudi Arabia says Aramco IPO on track as it redrafts reform plan

Plans to sell a stake in Saudi Arabian Oil Co. are “well underway,” the government said on Saturday, as the kingdom redrafts one of its key economic blueprints to eliminate overlap with other reform programs.

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Saudi Arabia has lost $250 billion in three years

The Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency (SAMA), which is analogous to the Saudi Central Bank, has lost about $250 billion of its cash assets in just three years reaching its lowest levels in six years.

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No immediate need to adjust oil pact: Saudi energy minister

There is no evidence a pact by global oil producers to curb output needs to be adjusted, Saudi Arabian Energy Minister Khalid Al Falih said on Saturday, describing the recent weakness in crude prices as an overreaction to statistical glitches.

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Saudi, UAE banks hold off on Qatar deals; central banks investigate exposure: sources

Some Saudi Arabian and United Arab Emirates commercial banks are holding off on doing business with Qatari banks, such as letters of credit, because of the diplomatic rift in the region, banking sources told Reuters on Tuesday.

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