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Iran dismisses Netanyahu's 'secret atomic warehouse' claim

Iran's foreign minister tells Israel to 'open its illegal nuclear weapons' programme to international inspectors.

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UN rights body votes to extend Yemen's war crimes probe

Nations vote 21 to eight in favour of extending probe despite opposition from Saudi Arabia and Yemen itself.

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Qatar's top diplomat says Gulf crisis at a 'stalemate'

For the first time since 2017 Saudi-led blockade, representatives of six GCC states, Egypt and Jordan meet in New York.

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Netanyahu accuses Iran of maintaining a 'secret atomic warehouse'

Israeli prime minister calls on United Nations nuclear inspectors to carry out work on facilities near Tehran.

Benjamin Netanyahu

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Saudi demands Canada apology, says it is not a 'banana republic'

Saudi Arabia's foreign minister said Canada should apologise for demanding the release of women's rights activists.

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Saudi, UAE officials call for regime change in Iran at US summit

Representatives from Gulf countries shared platform with Mossad director at summit against 2015 Iran nuclear deal.

Saudi Arabia's Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir

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Top US official John Bolton to Iran: 'There will be hell to pay'

US National Security Adviser says Iran will face consequences if it crosses his country and allies amid war of words.

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Emirati official: UAE will support UN proposal for talks on Yemen

Anwar Gargash says UAE will support UN proposals for new peace talks after meeting with UN Special Envoy in New York.

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Saudi Arabia opens high-speed rail linking Islam's holiest cities

The 450km Haramain High-Speed railway, which cost $16bn, will link Mecca and Medina via the Red Sea city of Jeddah.

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Iraqi activist Soad al-Ali shot dead in restive Basra

The mother of four has been involved in organising protests demanding better services in the city.

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