Yemeni rebels clash with Saudi troops

President calls for Arab Marshall Plan to help rebuild his nation

Analysis

The Israeli settlement of Har Homa (foreground), built in East Jerusalem, is seen in front of the West Bank city of Bethlehem (background) on September 1, 2014. Israel said it would expropriate 400 hectares (988 acres) of Palestinian land around Bethlehem, and allowed 45 days for any appeal. The Israeli army said the move stemmed from political decisions taken after the June killing of three Israeli teenagers snatched from a roadside in the same area, known to Israelis as the Gush Etzion settlement bloc. AFP PHOTO / AHMAD GHARABLI (Photo credit should read AHMAD GHARABLI/AFP/Getty Images) ©AFP
Israel’s plan to build thousands of settler homes in East Jerusalem is sparking international ire
– John Reed

Saudi intervention risks sparking war

‘Path towards escalation’ opens up after years of hostility

Oil price rises as Saudis strike in Yemen

Houthi rebels hit back as fears grow of regional war

Saudis vow ‘necessary measures’ in Yemen

Yemen calls for Gulf states to intervene as conflict escalates

Suicide attack kills 126 at Yemen mosques

Supporters of rebel Houthis targeted by militants in Sana’a

US shuts Saudi missions in terror alert

Washington warns western oil workers of danger of attack

Gulf states put money on Sisi’s Egypt

Ruling families pledge investments and deposits worth $12bn

Saudis to limit effect of low oil price

Gulf state seeks to diversify oil-based economy

Sweden cancels Saudi military deal

Bust-up escalates after human rights snub

Saudi Arabia blocks Wallström’s speech

Swedish minister claims human rights focus led to cancellation

Kerry reassures Gulf on Iran nuclear deal

US secretary of state affirms commitment to region’s security

Dubai to build major post-crash project

Vote of confidence in financial centre despite competition from Abu Dhabi

Oil fall may trigger Opec emergency meeting

Growing alarm over impact on members’ economies

Yemen on brink of civil war, warns UN

Resistance to Houthi takeover turns violent and spreads

Saudi king faces tough fiscal climate

Reforms likely to be hampered by plunging oil revenues

Gulf countries to invest in Egypt fund

Mideast allies help finance energy and infrastructure projects

Bahrain strips dissidents of nationality

Critics of regime and jihadi fighters among those made stateless

New Saudi king stamps his authority

Salman overhauls security, political and economic officials

West must tell hard truths to the Saudis

US and UK public opinion will harden unless kingdom reforms

Saudi king faces balancing act

Salman must navigate the opposing liberal and conservatives forces

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