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Saudi Arabia Says it Executes Three Soldiers for 'High Treason'

Saudi Arabia executed three soldiers Saturday it accused of committing "high treason," without elaborating on which enemy the kingdom believed the men aided.

The state-run Saudi Press Agency identified the men as soldiers working in the Defense Ministry.

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Saudi Aramco in $12.4 bn Oil Pipeline Deal with EIG-led Group

Energy giant Saudi Aramco said it has struck a 12.4-billion-dollar deal to sell a minority stake in a newly formed oil pipeline business to a consortium led by US-based EIG Global Energy Partners.

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Report: Macron, Bin Salman Want ‘Credible’ Govt in Lebanon

The French presidency announced that President Emmanuel Macron and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who met on Thursday, share "the same desire to see a credible government" in Lebanon to bring it out of its acute crisis, media reports said Friday.

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Saudi Plans Economic Overhaul with $3.2 Trillion Investment

Saudi Arabia announced plans Tuesday to pump investments worth $3.2 trillion into the national economy by 2030, roping in the oil-reliant kingdom's biggest companies in a major new economic diversification push.

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Saudi Reports Fire at Oil Terminal as Huthis Escalate Attacks

A projectile attack sparked a fire at an oil terminal in southern Saudi Arabia, the country's energy ministry said Friday, on the sixth anniversary of a Riyadh-led military intervention in Yemen.

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Moscow 'Strongly Condemns' Huthi Drone Strike on Riyadh Refinery

Russia said Saturday it strongly condemns a drone strike on an oil refinery in Saudi Arabia claimed by Yemen's Huthi rebels, and urged parties to the conflict to halt violence.

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Saudi Coalition Strikes Advancing Yemen Rebels

The Saudi-led coalition in Yemen said Saturday it had launched air strikes in support of pro-government forces battling a quickening Huthi rebel advance on the northern city of Marib.

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Yemen's Huthis Claim Missile Strike on Saudi Aramco Plant

Yemen's Huthi rebels claimed a missile strike Thursday on a plant of energy giant Saudi Aramco in the western Saudi Arabian city of Jeddah amid an escalation in cross-border attacks on the kingdom.

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Huthi Munition Wounds Five Civilians in Saudi

A munition fired by Yemen's Huthi rebels wounded five civilians in a border village in southern Saudi Arabia, state media reported Tuesday, the kingdom's latest casualties from cross-border fire.

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Khashoggi Fiancee Calls for Punishing Saudi Crown Prince

The Turkish fiancee of slain Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi said on Monday that Saudi Arabia's crown prince Mohammed bin Salman should be "punished without delay" over his murder.

"It is essential that the Crown Prince, who ordered the brutal murder of a blameless and innocent person, should be punished without delay," Hatice Cengiz said in a statement posted on her official Twitter account.

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