Oman has reportedly expressed willingness to join Saudi Arabia’s so-called coalition to fight terrorism, as Riyadh’s deadly war on Yemen and the kingdom’s support for extremist groups continue to wreak havoc across the region.
More than 2,000 Saudis are fighting abroad with terrorist groups, with over 70 percent of them in Syria, the kingdom's interior ministry announced Monday.
Al-Alam reporter quoting from an informed source in Yemen Military reports that in past 3 days 89 Saudi Arabia Mercenaries including 7 commanders killed and tens other injured in Yemeni Army and Popular Forces attacks.
Saudi Arabia has forecast that its budget deficit for next year will be about $53 billion despite economic measures adopted by the government in response to low oil prices.
Saudi King Salman ordered the country's officials to stop implementation of all agreements between Riyadh and Cairo until further notice.
Saudi Arabia’s security forces have arrested a Syrian resident in the capital, Riyadh, for posting a picture on his Facebook page, hailing the liberation of the city of Aleppo from the grips of foreign-backed militants by forces loyal to President Bashar al Assad.
After long and full support with Saudi Arabia in killing Civilians specially children in Yemen the US will halt a planned arms sale to Saudi Arabia after to be accused WAR CRIMES in Yemen. The announcement came just 2 days after UK restated support for Saudi Arabia in killing Yemeni Children.
Children in Yemen are bearing the brunt of the ongoing conflict in the country with millions requiring urgent care. Many of those are from Saada, the birthplace of Yemen's Shiite Revolutionary Forces of Houthi Ansarallh, which has been one of the most densely bombed cities in Yemen during the past 19 months of airstrikes by Saudi Arabia.
US President-elect Donald Trump has shut down at least nine of his companies since the November 8 election, including four that were allegedly connected to a business venture in Saudi Arabia.