US Defense Secretary Esper: At least one -- and possibly more than one -- of the Pensacola shooter's friends filmed the (probable) terror attack.
The journalist, a prominent figure in his home country, said there is “no escape from establishing normal relations with Israel,” and that those relations must be different that the ones Israel has with Jordan or Egypt.
The Saudis reportedly made the announcement in a meeting with the United Nations’ Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process, Nickolay Mladenov.
The cyber operation, in late September, which impacted computing hardware, targeted the Islamic Republic’s ability to "spread propaganda.”
The rocket attack comes after Saudi Arabia’s oil supply came under an attack by drones and cruise missiles on September 14, cutting in half the Saudi oil production.
Back in 2018, the Saudis refused to play the PA team in Ramallah in a FIFA qualifying match, and the game was played in Jordan instead.
The prime minister also commented Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s remarks at the United Nations General Assembly.
Johnson said he plans to meet Iran's president Hassan Rouhani in New York.
Saudi Arabia has vowed to "confront and deal with this terrorist aggression."
A US team has already been at the two sites and has identified the specific types of drones and cruise missiles that were fired.
The attack led to the shutdown of half of the country’s oil production.
US officials said that seventeen points of impact were precisely targeted, an operation that required a surveillance and planning capacity "of a whole new level of sophistication."
The closure is expected to impact ... five percent of the world’s daily oil production.
That this UN resolution is anti-Semitic goes without saying, but it is also an assault against oppressed women in Arab countries.
In June, the president announced the arms deal, worth more than $8 billion, bypassing the 30-day congressional notification requirement.
According to Al Arabia, the weapons stored in the facility were Iranian-made missiles.
Judging by the positive reaction to the Trump plan across the Western-affiliated Middle East, everybody who is anybody has already jumped on the American bandwagon.
Iranian-backed Houthi rebels in Yemen said they launched military operations against the Saudi airport.
The attacks represent "clear evidence of the Iranian regime’s policy and intentions to target the security and stability of the region.”
The rearming is part of a Hamas pressure campaign to relax the tight Israeli blockade on the Gaza Strip.
Naturally, the PA's "the moon or nothing" approach continues the catastrophic Arab tradition that began with the wholesale rejection of the 1947 partition plan.
Egypt, Jordan and Bahrain condemned the attack.
Mogherini: The Secretary "heard very clearly from us . . . the most responsible attitude to take . . . should be that of maximum restraint, avoiding escalation on the military side."
Among economic and other incentives, the Saudi offer apparently also includes the founding of a 'Palestinian' embassy in the West Bank town of Abu Dis, located on Jerusalem’s eastern outskirts.
Nearly 1,100 Gazans will board planes to Saudi Arabia from Cairo for the minor pilgrimage to Mecca known as “Umrah.”
The Kingdom cancelled the appointment of Prince Khalid bin Salman Al Saud, a son of King Salman.
Nasrallah also denied claims that Hezbollah has cells in Latin America, while stressing his support for Venezuela.
According to rumors, the new peace plan includes handing the new PA government—whether as a fully realized state or something less than that—the eastern part of Jerusalem to be turned into its future capital.
The FIDE "has agreed to strip Saudi Arabia from the right to host a forthcoming chess tournament, after a lawyers' letter was sent by two Israeli nationals."
The two leaders were attempting to convince as many Arab nations as possible to be neutral toward Israel and to accept economic relations with it.