Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan joins Bret Baier on 'Special Report.'
What We Know About The Attack On Saudi Oil Facilities
On Sept. 14, a major Saudi oil processing plant was rocked by a series of explosions. The facility, and another oil field to the south, had been attacked
Why Iran is getting the blame for an attack on Saudi Arabia claimed by Yemen’s Houthis
Tehran has long been accused of arming the Yemeni insurgent group.
Iran tells Saudi it should see attack on oil facilities as a WARNING
President Hassan Rouhani pointed the finger of blame for the attack at Houthi rebels in Yemen, saying the group intended the strike as 'a warning' for Saudi to end the war it has been fighting there.
Did Bolton’s Departure Inspire Iranian Drone Attack on Saudi Arabia?
Edited by: Fern Sidman As tensions continue to escalate in the Middle East in the aftermath of a formidable drone strike that obliterated half of Saudi Arabia’s oil production, Saudi King Salman said Tuesday his country is capable of defending itself against the “cowardly attacks” that were meant to adversely affect the international community in […]
Why would Iran raise the stakes by attacking Saudi Arabia?
Iran's leaders may have hoped to persuade the US to lift its crippling sanctions, says Kasra Naji.
Why would Iran attack Saudi Aramco's oil facilities?
News features and analysis from Financial Times reporters around the world. FT News in Focus is produced by Fiona Symon Your browser does not support playing this file but you can still download the MP3 file to play locally A devastating missile and drone attack on Saudi oil installations last week highlighted the vulnerability of global oil supplies to the threat of regional unrest. The attack…
What's the significance of the attack on Tehran? Could war come from the Saudi--Qatari rift?
Middle-East expert Dr. Hossein Askari - who has mediated Middle-East / Gulf conflicts, with contacts around the Middle-East - Iran Professor of International Business & International Affairs, George Washington University; author of many books & articles; Contributor, The HUFFINGTON POST, talks to WDEL's Allan Loudell
Iran arrested 100 over Saudi embassy attack: judiciary
Iran has arrested around 100 people over the attack on Saudi Arabia's embassy that led to Riyadh cutting diplomatic ties with Tehran, a judiciary spokesman said Sunday. "Since the attack, about 100 people have been arrested, of whom some have been released," Gholamhossein Mohseni Ejeie
What attacks on Saudi oil sites mean for the U.S. and Iran
In Riyadh on Wednesday, Saudi Arabia showcased evidence it says proves Iran’s involvement in weekend airstrikes on two major Saudi oil facilities. Iran denies the claim, and given the strained relations between the two countries, how should the U.S. respond? Yamiche Alcindor talks to Danielle Pletka of the American Enterprise Institute and Rob Malley of the International Crisis Group.
What You Need to Know About the Attacks on Saudi Oil Facilities
So far, attacks attributed to Iran haven’t resulted in a military confrontation with the United States.
After Iran's strike on Saudi oil, US, China and Russia must join forces to prevent drone terror...
It is hard to imagine much on which President Trump, Xi and Putin might agree, but this is clear: none of them wish to see their military prowess undermined by easily accessible technology that can penetrate sophisticated defenses, writes former U.S. ambassador Carlos Pascual.
Iran leader rules out US talks amid tensions over Saudi attacks
Middle East News: Tehran and Washington have been at loggerheads since May last year when Trump withdrew from a 2015 nuclear deal and began reimposing crippling sanctio
US carried out secret cyber strike on Iran in wake of Saudi oil attack: report
The US has carried out a secret cyber operation against Iran, targeting its ability to disseminate propaganda in the wake of last month’s attacks on two Saudi oil facilities — which Washington blam…
Do you think the United States should go to war with Iran if it is proven they attacked Saudi oil...
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Why Would Saudi Arabia Get Attacked?
"Easy to think of a rationale, with the U.S. (along with the Saudis) working to destroy not only [Iran's] petroleum system but their whole economy, a consideration that seems to be left out of commentary that reflexively accepts that what the U.S. is doing, however shocking, cannot really be that bad, perhaps an error in judgment. The Houthi also have more than enough reason."
US ‘lies’ slammed after Mike Pompeo blames Iran for drone attacks without proof
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Abbas Mousavi forcefully rejected Sunday unsubstantiated charges by by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and US Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) regarding the recent drone attacks that caused serious damage to two crucial Saudi Arabian oil installations. “It has been around 5 years that the Saudi-led coalition has kept the flames […]
How the attack on Saudi Arabia could mean higher prices at the gas pump
One analyst predicts an increase of as much as 25 cents per gallon.
How Saudi Arabia failed to protect itself from drone and missile attacks
Investors are asking how the world's third-largest defense spender could have left itself so vulnerable and what that means for the future.
Saudi Arabia Foils ISIS Terrorist Attack on Intelligence Center in Zulfi, Arrests 13 Terrorists
Saudi security authorities arrested on Monday 13 terrorists who were planning to carry out criminal attacks, targeting the Kingdom’s security and its capabilities. According to the spokesman of the Presidency of State Security, the arrests were made as a preemptive security operation as a result of follow-up action. Security officials seized huge cache of arms and explosives from their hideout In related news, the official spokesman…
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