Laid-off Pakistani workers return home empty handed from Saudi Arabia
Sep27

Laid-off Pakistani workers return home empty handed from Saudi Arabia

For the past many years, thousands of workers leave the comforts of their homes to travel to Saudi Arabia for better work opportunities and better pays. However, due to the recent decline in Saudi oil business, hundreds of such workers have been laid-off from their jobs with months of unpaid salaries and nowhere to go. Most recently, the Saudi government started sending these workers back but their months’ worth of salaries still...

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Chinese experts doubt efficiency of oil agreement between Russia and Saudi Arabia
Sep07

Chinese experts doubt efficiency of oil agreement between Russia and Saudi Arabia

Chinese experts doubt the implementation efficiency of the agreement between Russia and Saudi Arabia aimed at stabilization of energy commodities prices, they said in an interview with TASS. “It will be very difficult to implement this agreement, as the volume for each exporter country is different. Many countries – producers of oil and gas rely on exports, so they are unlikely to agree to the terms of the...

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Iran accuses Saudi Arabia of ‘murdering’ pilgrims during hajj stampede
Sep06

Iran accuses Saudi Arabia of ‘murdering’ pilgrims during hajj stampede

Iran’s supreme leader has said Saudi Arabian authorities “murdered” Muslim pilgrims who were injured during last year’s hajj stampede, as Mecca prepares to host the annual event again. “The heartless and murderous Saudis locked up the injured with the dead in containers — instead of providing medical treatment and helping them or at least quenching their thirst. They murdered them,” Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said in a statement on his...

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Reports: Saudi Arabia using illegal cluster bombs in Yemen
Sep05

Reports: Saudi Arabia using illegal cluster bombs in Yemen

The Yemeni news agency SABA has claimed that Saudi fighter jets have dropped the internationally-banned cluster bombs on several areas in the district of Baqem in the northern province of Sa’ada on Sunday. As recently as May 6, Human Rights Watch criticized the United States for selling cluster munitions to Saudi Arabia. The United Nations have made no comments on these latest allegations in which Saudi Arabia have committed many...

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Saudi power station hit by rockets fired from Yemen
Aug27

Saudi power station hit by rockets fired from Yemen

Rocket fire from Yemen struck a power station in southern Saudi Arabia on Friday, emergency workers said, a day after US Secretary of State John Kerry announced a new peace initiative. The strike on the transformer in Najran which lies just across the Yemen border, marked a rare hit on Saudi Arabia’s infrastructure despite months of periodic bombardment of the area. Attacks have intensified since the suspension in early August...

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