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Pakistan’s premier travels to Saudi Arabia amid Gulf tension

Seattle Times Tuesday, 15 October 2019
ISLAMABAD (AP) — Pakistan’s prime minister is traveling to Saudi Arabia amid his efforts to ease tensions between Riyadh and Iran after a recent attack on the kingdom’s oil industry. Imran Khan was to arrive to Riyadh on Tuesday. Saudi Arabia is a major supporter of Pakistan. The U.S. blames a Sept. 14 attack on […]
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