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India, Pakistan review situation along LoC in 'free, frank' atmosphere

DNA India 25 Feb 2021
In the same month, it denied overflight to PM Modi's plane to attend the UNGA session, followed by no permission to Air India one during PM's Saudi Arabia visit in October 2019 ... followed by no permission to Air India one during PM's Saudi Arabia visit in October 2019.
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Displaced families face new exodus as Yemen fighting shifts again

The Jordan Times 25 Feb 2021
But as the front lines shift, and air raids by Saudi Arabia and its allies pound the area, there is new peril for civilians, whether they are in dismal camps, lodging with relatives, or sheltering at other informal sites including abandoned buildings.
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Air Products Ranked as Top Climate-Aligned Company on Barron's 2021 100 Most Sustainable Companies in America

Courier Express 25 Feb 2021
The project, which will be equally owned by the three partners, will be located in NEOM―a new model for sustainable living to be located in the northwest corner of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia―and will produce green ammonia for export to global markets ... About Air Products ... SOURCE Air Products.
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Families of US service members killed, injured in Pensacola attack sue Saudi Arabia

New York Post 24 Feb 2021
Family members of US service members who were killed and severely injured during a terror attack on the Naval Air Station in Pensacola, Florida, in 2019 are suing Saudi Arabia for helping facilitate the attack. Ahmed Mohammed al-Shamrani, a second lieutenant in the Royal Saudi Air ...
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Bahrain sends delegate to Qatar for first time since ending rift

Arab News 24 Feb 2021
... which was agreed in Saudi Arabia last month ... Since the agreement, air and travel links have resumed between Qatar and the four states -- Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt.
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Saudia ‘modernizes aircraft fleet every 5 years’

Arab News 24 Feb 2021
Saudi Airlines (Saudia) updates its fleet of aircraft every five years, the company ... Saudi Arabia’s national flag carrier received the highest rating, Diamond Class, for the safest airlines in the world.
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Pak PM Imran Khan crosses airspace of India's Exclusive Economic Zone

DNA India 24 Feb 2021
In the same month, it denied overflight to PM Modi's plane to attend the UNGA session, followed by no permission to Air India one during PM's Saudi Arabia visit in October 2019.
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'British arms sales prolonging Saudi war in Yemen'

Press TV 24 Feb 2021
... export of air-to-air refueling equipment to Saudi Arabia.
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Displaced Yemeni families face new exodus as assault of Marib continues

The New Arab 24 Feb 2021
But as the front lines shift, and air raids by Saudi Arabia and its allies pound the area, there is new peril for civilians, whether they are in dismal camps, lodging with relatives, or sheltering at other informal sites including abandoned buildings.
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Palazzo Reflects on 30th Anniversary of Persian Gulf War Ground Offensive

The Clarksdale Press Register 24 Feb 2021
Below is a press release from Congressman Steven Palazzo. ... It was on this day in 1991, that the US began the 100-hour ground campaign ... As a Lance Corporal at 20-years-old, I left the Marine Corps Air Station in Cherry Point, North Carolina on Christmas Eve in 1990 and landed in Saudi Arabia on Christmas day ... forces.” ... .
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Saudi Arabia sued by families of victims of 2019 Florida base attack

Hindustan Times 23 Feb 2021
Families of three US service members who were killed and 13 others who were wounded in a shooting by a Saudi gunman at Pensacola Naval Air Station in Florida in 2019 have sued Saudi Arabia for damages ... Yemen, which is widely seen as a proxy conflict between Saudi Arabia and Iran.
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Victims sue Saudi Arabia for attack at Florida military base

The New Arab 23 Feb 2021
"Al-Shamrani was a Trojan Horse sent by his country, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and its proxy, al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, for flight training at Naval Air Station Pensacola, Florida, under the auspices of a program tied to billions of dollars in military arms sales from the United States to the Kingdom," the lawsuit states.
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