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“The statement by Saudi's government said Saudi forces came under heavy fire from masked men as they patrolled a neighborhood in Qatif.”
“Currently, expatriate workers hold 90% of jobs in Saudi's private sector.”
“Government data released last week for 2010 showed just how skewed Saudi's labor market remains: Despite youth unemployment figures that are among the highest in the world, Saudi's private sector hired 1.7 million foreigners that year—and just over 100,000 Saudis.”
“That's something Saudi's Prince Alwaleed bin Talal warned about last month.”
“We've seen that change is possible," said Maha al-Qahtani, a computer specialist at Saudi's Ministry of Education.”
“Her case, however, sparked an outcry from international rights groups and brought direct appeals to Saudi's rulers to lift the driving ban.”
“Saudi's king gave women the right to participate in local elections and join the nation's top advisory body.”
“It's a tough question, but the answer, quite simply, is geopolitics - and that we know and like Saudi's U.S.-educated liberal elites.”
“We now learn that the Saudi's have gone back on their word and that "Saudi's throttled back oil production" according to the International Energy Agency FT 04.13.11 in spite of prices for Brent Crude breaching $120 barrel and WTI over $110/bbl.”
“This in the face of Saudi Arabia's willful breach of their assurances only two months ago that with their 4 million standby pumping capacity, exceeding more than double Libya's output, they would pump enough oil to make up for the loss of Libyan crude please see "Oil Drops as Saudi's Signal More Supply" 01.25.11.”
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