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Oil at one-month high, supply-cut extension expected

So far, several OPEC members have declared their support for an extension, including the leader, Saudi Arabia, as well as the largest non-OPEC participant in the cut, Russia. It was the fourth consecutive week of declines as US crude has struggled to maintain prices much higher than $50 a barrel since a mid-April sell-off.



Trump reportedly called Comey a 'nut job' to Russian officials

Trump repeatedly insisted Comey had told him he was "not under investigation", and said the director better hope there are no "tapes" of their conversations. Senator Mark Warner, ranking member of the Committee, hoped that Comey's testimony will help answer some of the questions that have arisen since he was sacked by Trump last week.


Yemen rebel missile shot down near Saudi capital

Yemen rebel missile shot down near Saudi capital

Yemen's Arabic-language al-Masirah television network reported that the Yemeni forces, backed by allied fighters from Popular Committees, launched a Burkan-2 (Volcano-2) ballistic missile at Riyadh . The Yemeni army says so far more than 100 ballistic missiles of various types have been fired at positions held by Saudi invaders inside and outside Yemen.


US President Trump arrives in Saudi Arabia

US President Trump arrives in Saudi Arabia

Billboards featuring the image of Trump and the king dotted the highways of Riyadh and lights bathed Trump's luxury hotel in red, white and blue lights and, at times, an image of the president's face. This is the president's first global trip, but Ivanka Trump made a brief trip to Germany in April to appear on a panel at a conference dedicated to helping women in business.


Under fire at home, Trump lands in Saudi for first foreign trip

Under fire at home, Trump lands in Saudi for first foreign trip

He also read newspapers and caught a little sleep, said his chief of staff Reince Priebus. Saudi officials have told the White House that King Salman will publicly say it's the responsibility of leaders throughout the Middle East to defeat radical ideology in the region, according to another administration official, who also spoke on condition of anonymity to preview the visit.


PM to leave for Saudi Arabia tomorrow, could meet President Trump

PM to leave for Saudi Arabia tomorrow, could meet President Trump

Several jets then flew overhead leaving a red, white and blue trail. Trump and Salman spoke through an interpreter inside the airport terminal after the president stepped off Air Force One. -Saudi agreements, including a $100 billion deal for Saudi Arabia to buy American arms. Trump was greeted by King Salman of Saudi Arabia. "It's nearly always true that when a president goes on a big foreign trip, especially one that has some important summits.