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Saudi Arabia’s Al-Jubeir says Iran bears responsibility for Aramco attacks

  • Saudi-led investigations so far show that Iranian weapons were used, attack came from the north
  • Kingdom consulting with allies to "take necessary steps"
By Arab News ·

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Saudi Aramco has emerged from attacks ‘stronger than ever’: CEO

  • The September 14 attacks on the Abqaiq and Khurais plants caused raging fires and significant damage
  • Aramco already brought back part of the lost production and will return to pre-attacks level end of September
By Reuters ·

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Small but rare protests in Egypt after online call for dissent

  • The Muslim Brotherhood’s organized campaign against Egypt and its stability has failed miserably: UAE’s Gargash
  • Protests have become very rare in Egypt following a broad crackdown on dissent
By Reuters ·

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Saudi ambassador to UK visits BAE Systems HQ

  • BAE Systems is one of the world’s largest aerospace, science and technology companies
By Arab News ·

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Saudis gear up for National Day celebrations

By DEEMA AL-KHUDAIR - Rashid Hassan ·

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US sending more troops to Gulf, as Iran begins to feel the sanction pinch

  • Tehran carried out weekend attacks on rival Saudi Arabia’s oil infrastructure, which triggered a spike in global crude prices
By AFP - Reuters ·

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Bus with Chinese tourists crashes in Utah; 4 dead

  • Five passengers remained in critical condition Friday night, and the death toll could rise
  • The crash happened near a highway rest stop a few miles from southern Utah’s Bryce Canyon National Park
By AP ·

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Travel giant Thomas Cook fails to find private funds to avert collapse: source

  • Chinese peer Fosun, which was already the biggest shareholder in Thomas Cook, agreed last month to inject £450 million into the business
By AFP ·

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Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc takes third straight pole position at Singapore Grand Prix

  • Leclerc has won the previous two races.
  • Hamilton holds a 63-point championship lead over Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas
By AP ·

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Turkey tries Bloomberg reporters, accused of economic sabotage

  • They were among dozens of defendants, including some who had simply written jokes about the currency crisis on Twitter
  • Conspiracy theories are widely believed in Turkey
By Arab News ·

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Performance artist Marina Abramovic returns to native Belgrade for retrospective

  • ‘You know for me it’s very emotional to be here, and it’s not easy, there’s lots of nostalgia, lots of memories that are forgotten’
  • Doling out advice for youth, the artist said: ‘It is very important to follow your heart, your ideas, without compromising’
By AFP ·