Missile attack kills 9 at military parade in Yemen's south
The explosion took place while the separatists, known as the Resistance Forces, were finishing a parade for new recruits at a soccer field in the capital of Dhale province, said Maged al-Shoebi, a spokesman for the group, who spoke with The Associated Press by phone.
Saudi Arabia to enhance anti-terror cooperation with India: Envoy
Saudi Ambassador Dr Saud bin Mohammed Al Sati said India and Saudi Arabia a...
Drones cause diversion of flights at Dubai Airport
The diverted flights will return to Dubai International Airport as the airspace has now re...
We are committed to meet India's energy security needs: Saudi Arabia
A series of drone and missile attacks on oil facilities of Saudi Aramco knocked out half of its daily oil production.
View: World's oil security blanket has been torched
Holding all of the world’s spare production capacity in one place has always been a risk.
Yemen's Houthis claim missile attack on Saudi capital
"The missile force struck ... economic targets in Riyadh with a salvo of ballistic missiles," it said in a newsflash.
Yemen rebels claim missile launch toward UAE's nuke plant; no UAE comment
The rebels, known as Houthis, earlier in the day claimed they had launched a missile toward the plant in Abu Dhabi in the first such strike toward the country.
Ali Abdullah Saleh's was killed in RPG, gun attack on his car, Houthis say; party confirms death
The GPC officials said Saleh was killed south of the capital Sanaa along with the assistant secretary-general of the GPC, Yasser al-Awadi.
A short-term correction in oil prices may be on cards
It is advisable to be cautious while buying at current levels since a short-term dip is due.
US strongly condemns ballistic missile attack over Riyadh
Saudi Arabia said the missile was fired from Yemen by Iran-backed Huthi rebels, who announced that the target was the official residence of King Salman.
UEFA fines Man United, two players over anti-doping rules breaches
SOCCER-ENGLAND-MUN-UEFA:UEFA fines Man United, two players over anti-doping rules breaches
CIA chief: Intel leaks on the rise, cites leaker 'worship'
WASHINGTON (AP) — CIA Director Mike Pompeo says he thinks disclosure of America's secret intelligence is on the rise, fueled partly by the "worship" of leakers like Edward Snowden. "In some ways, I do think it's accelerated," Pompeo told MSNBC in an interview that aired Saturday.
2nd Indian killed in fresh Houthi shelling in Saudi: report
An Indian has been killed and three others were injured in fresh mortar attacks in Saudi Arabia's Jizan region by Houthi rebels, the second Indian to die in three days.
Can a refugee be deported, High Court asks the government
The student, who arrived in India in 2013, said he cannot give up the status and added that his admission could be affected if he was not granted a student visa.
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