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“Shiek Yamani is going to get some good horse sense sometime this year and he'll get the boys together and he'll get it up around $20 again.”
“One Aramco official who frequently dealt with him was struck, more than anything else, by what he described as Yamani’s capacity for being “ostentatiously calm.””
“Imam Jabri Al Yamani admonished the crowd that "protests must be peaceful and not scare and harm the people," but as demonstrators marched toward the presidential palace afterward, the scene descended into violence.”
“The stone age did not end for lack of stone a remark often attributed to the former Saudi oil minister Sheikh Ahmed Zaki Yamani.”
“Assayas sees Carlos's greatest moment as containing the seed of his downfall: his storming of the Opec convention in Vienna in 1975 during which he and his gang took hostages but failed to carry out the secret plan of killing some of them – most prominently Saudi Arabia's Sheik Ahmed Yamani – a perceived failure of nerve that caused his expulsion from the PFLP.”
“The issue of succession CNN, says analyst Mai Yamani comes at a time when the "Saudi regime is divided, its legitimacy is questioned, and sectarian tensions are growing.”
“If something happens in Saudi Arabia it will go to $200 to $300 per barrel," the minister, Sheikh Ahmed Zaki Yamani, told Reuters.”
“Yamani said he “deplored” the arrest, but he was unable to do anything.”
“On this date, Sheikh Ahmed Zaki Yamani, the minister of oil of Saudi Arabia, declared that the monarchy had decided to alter its oil policy radically.”
“The cell included six members, led by Emad Ali Saeed al-Rwoni, known as “Abu al-Gaith al-Miqdad al-Yamani.””
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