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Saudi Arabia’s 2019 budget boosts spending by 7%

  • Saudi Arabia plans to increase state spending by more than 7 percent next year
  • Spending is projected to rise to $295 billion next year
By BEN FLANAGAN ·

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Yemen’s Hodeidah calm after cease-fire takes effect

  • Yemen’s flashpoint city of Hodeida was calm on Tuesday after the UN-brokered cease-fire started at midnight
  • An agreement reached after talks in Sweden last week calls for the withdrawal of both sides’ forces from Hodeidah
By Arab News ·

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US Senate vote ‘will benefit only Iran’

  • “We are a frontline state in the war against terrorism and the Iranian-aligned militias who are our common enemies”
  • The Saudi stance drew support from the Arab Parliament and the Muslim World League, along with analysts and experts
By Arab News - JEFF LATZKE | AP ·

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Yemen’s Hodeidah calm after cease-fire takes effect

  • Yemen’s flashpoint city of Hodeida was calm on Tuesday after the UN-brokered cease-fire started at midnight
  • An agreement reached after talks in Sweden last week calls for the withdrawal of both sides’ forces from Hodeidah
By Arab News ·

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Arab refugees in sights of Berlin’s crime ‘clans’

  • Berlin crime gangs of Arab origin have long earned infamy with violence and brazen robberies
  • Police warn they have targeted a new generation of refugees for recruitment
By AFP ·

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Saudi Arabia’s 2019 budget boosts spending by 7%

  • Saudi Arabia plans to increase state spending by more than 7 percent next year
  • Spending is projected to rise to $295 billion next year
By BEN FLANAGAN ·

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Manchester United sack Jose Mourinho: club

  • Manchester United have sacked manager Jose Mourinho after a dreadful series of results
  • It is rumoured that former Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane could be his replacement
By Arab News ·

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News vs Views: How Twitter blurred the lines for journalists

  • The micro-blogging site is on the frontline of the debate about where reporting ends and personal opinion begins
  • News entities worldwide have enforced strict social media policies on their staff
By TAREK ALI AHMAD ·