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  • Saudi Arabia says supports U.N. peace efforts on Yemen

    Saudi Arabia's foreign minister said on Thursday that the kingdom supports U.N.-led peace efforts to end the war in Yemen, where a Saudi-led coalition has been battling Iran-aligned Houthi insurgents for more than three years.

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  • Most big companies failing U.N. human rights test, ranking shows

    By Umberto BacchiLONDON, Nov 12 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Most big companies operating in sectors at high risk of labour abuses are failing to meet...

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  • Everyone Not Exporting Arms To Saudi Arabia Is Halting Arms Exports To Saudi Arabia

    Only after Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi was brutally murdered did the major networks like CNN finally discover Saudi atrocities in Yemen and a horrid human rights record and history of crackdown on dissent at home.  While perhaps we might say better late than never, it's interesting to now see pieces being written about "the latest countries to suspend new arms deals with Saudi Arabia" given that some of these countries' arms exports to Saudi Arabia were so minuscule to begin with...

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  • Turkey talks Khashoggi with U.N. chief, no inquiry request: U.N.

    Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu did not request a U.N. inquiry into the death of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi when he met with U.N. Secretary-General con Monday, a U.N. spokesman said, though they did discuss the case.

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