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Iran has claimed an incident occurred with one of its oil tankers in the Red Sea, Reuters reported Oct. 11. Officials first hinted that a missile from Saudi Arabia could have hit the vessel, although Tehran since withdrew its initial claims and reports of a fire onboard.
Ugandan police have arrested six supporters of popular opposition figure Bobi Wine for wearing red berets, an iconic symbol of the popular singer that the government had banned, Reuters reported Oct. 3.
The Sept. 14 attacks on Saudi oil infrastructure have laid bare the massive disruptions that conflict in the Middle East can cause, raising several critical questions for companies and regional and global powers.
Tehran has threatened for years that if U.S. sanctions stymied its oil flows, it would halt the region's energy exports in response. Iran is now demonstrating its willingness to follow through -- highlighting how little Saudi Arabia can do to stop it.
The results of upcoming presidential and parliamentary elections, held amid chronic economic struggles and increasing political fracturing, will go a long way in determining whether its democracy has staying power.
After more than four years of left-wing leadership, Greece's government is now under the control of a conservative party. But the lingering effects of the long Greek economic crisis will dampen the incoming administration's pro-business ambitions.
Emirati forces from the joint coalition in Yemen are being slowly withdrawn from parts of the country, but Abu Dhabi has used its involvement in the civil war to strengthen its regional footprint overall.