Yemeni army forces and allied fighters from Popular Committees have reportedly launched a locally designed and manufactured ballistic missile towards an area deep inside Saudi Arabia in response to the Riyadh regime’s atrocious aerial bombardments against the crisis-hit Arab country. 351 more words
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This week has been an interesting one for Social Media watchers in the Kingdom. Thousands of Saudi nationals have taken part in online campaigns/used popular hashtags relating to three high-level government officials who have either made controversial statements or who have been accused of using their influence on behalf of family members (you can… 398 more words
Macro Letter – No 64 – 28-10-2016
Saudi Arabian bonds and stocks – is it time to buy?
- Saudi Arabia issued $17.5bln of US$ denominated sovereign bonds – the largest issue ever… 4,484 more words
Earlier today the Yemeni rebels (I’ve decided to stop always calling them “Houthis,” because they’re not all Houthis) launched a ballistic missile into Saudi Arabia. The missile was intercepted and destroyed by the Saudis before it reached its target, and the Saudis then counterattacked against the site from which the missile was launched. 530 more words
Ammon Bundy and six of his followers were acquitted of nearly all charges in their takeover of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon. The jury deadlocked on a theft charge against Ryan Bundy, but acquitted everyone else of all charges. 226 more words
I got into a no blogging phase after my last post (“Calaguas Island Tour’s Day 2: The Time of Our Lives“) on September 12 due to working on some higher priorities so to speak. 450 more words
Source: Reuters.com | Thu Oct 27, 2016 | 9:35am EDT
As cracks emerge in global oil pact, Saudis may need to compromise.
OPEC agreed in Algeria last month on a modest oil-production cut in the first such pact since 2008, with the group’s top producer Saudi Arabia softening its stance on arch-rival Iran amid mounting pressure from low oil prices. 104 more words