- REFILE-UPDATE 1-OPEC likely to cut output at Dec meeting -Iraq oil minister
TOKYO, Nov 22 (Reuters) – OPEC will likely decide to cut oil output at its Dec. 14 meeting in Vienna as global oil demand is expected to decline next year, Iraq’s oil minister said on Tuesday, a view in line with fellow member Iran but one which runs counter to mainstream expectations.
- Nine-Year-Old Shia Girl Shot Martyred by Saudi Forces in Qatif
Saudi police have fired live bullets at anti-government demonstrators protesting the martyrdom of a teenage boy in the city of Qatif, killing several mourners including a nine-year-old girl.
- Saudi anti-government protesters seize army vehicle
Anti-government protesters in the city of Qatif in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia have seized an armored vehicle belonging to the security forces.
- Bahrain Al Khalifa regime brutality hitting a female protester with an iron skewer + Video
New evidence of Al Khalifa regime’s brutality has emerged in Bahrain, with a policeman hitting a female protester with an iron skewer.
- Russia: New sanctions on Iran illegal
(Ahlul Bayt News Agency) – Russia has slammed as “unacceptable and illegal” the new sanctions imposed by Britain and the United States on Iran’s banking system and energy sector.
- Saudi Police Seize Hajj Bags Carrying Holy Water
Saudi Arabian authorities have confiscated 784 suitcases belonging to hajj pilgrims leaving the kingdom because they were carrying bottles of holy water.
- 126 Iraqi civilians win legal bid in UK for torture inquiry
LONDON: Over 120 Iraqi civilians today won a major legal battle in their bid to force a new public inquiry into allegations of torture and inhuman treatment by British soldiers.
- Iraq attacks Exxon for signing deal with Kurdish region
(Reuters) – Iraq said on Tuesday it would slap sanctions on U.S. oil major Exxon Mobil (XOM.N) for signing a deal with the Kurdish region, which it said came without any approval from either Baghdad or Washington.