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Saudi FM: Iran 'number one state sponsor of terrorism'

In interview, Adel al-Jubeir urges new sanctions against Iran and backs kingdom's 'decisive action' against corruption.

Adel al-Jubeir

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Nasrallah says Saad Hariri resignation 'illegal'

Shia group's head accuses Saudi Arabia of trying to stir sectarian tensions in Lebanon by forcing Hariri's resignation.

Saad Hariri

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US declines comment on Hariri's status in Saudi Arabia

State Department spokeswoman says US charge d'affaires in Riyadh met Hariri but refuses to comment on the situation.

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HRW: Louvre Abu Dhabi 'tainted' by worker abuse

France director of rights group says the new Louvre Abu Dhabi museum was accomplished at the cost of human suffering.

Louvre Abu Dhabi

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UAE plot to wage financial war on Qatar revealed

Plan found in email of UAE diplomat Otaiba involves attack on Qatar's currency using bonds and derivatives manipulation.

Yousef al-Otaiba

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UN: Yemen facing massive famine if blockade not lifted

Yemen to be hit by mass famine crisis if Saudi-led alliance does not allow aid into the country, top UN official warns.

massive famine

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Qatar appoints four women to Shura Council

Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani appoints 28 new Shura Council member, including four women.

Hessa Sultan al-Jaber

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Saudi, UAE, Kuwait urge citizens to leave Lebanon

Governments of three Gulf states urge citizens to leave 'as soon as possible' and warn against travelling to Lebanon.

Saad al-Hariri in Riyadh

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Twitter users in Qatar decry song criticising nation

Group of prominent singers from several Gulf countries launch song accusing Qatar of creating the GCC crisis.

A group of singers

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Saudi 'freezes bank accounts' of Mohammed bin Nayef

Accounts of former Saudi crown prince reportedly frozen as Mohammed bin Salman's anti-corruption purge widens.

Mohammed bin Nayef

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