"We have legitimate requests that are there," UAE State Minister for Foreign Affairs Anwar Gargash said Thursday. "We ought to get them."
The head of the Saudi-led coalition said "legitimate military targets" struck included Houthi ballistic missile sites and positions where Iran's Revolutionary Guard experts operated.
Just over 20 countries have yet to record a single COVID-19 coronavirus case, most in the relatively lightly-afflicted continent of Africa and isolated Pacific island states, but also others much closer to major outbreaks.
U.S. Central Command has accused Iran of sending advanced weapons to Yemen's Houthi movement as the group's battle against a Saudi-led coalition nears its five-year mark.
Abdullah Suliman Abdullah Daubalah was caught up in a 2015 bomb attack carried out by American mercenaries contracted by the UAE to fight in Yemen.
Two victims of alleged UAE-directed military operations in Yemen have submitted evidence of alleged war crimes to the U.S., U.K. and Turkey.
The kingdom and its crown prince obviously don't believe the rules about how to behave in to the international community are something they need bother about.
The International Institute for Strategic Studies said Tehran has established a regional network of some 200,000 fighters.
The energy secretary said Iran "could pay a very dear price economically" but added that Trump is "not interested in going to war."
What's the difference between 10,000 people being killed in air strikes, and a bunch of missiles taking out an oil processing facility for a few days? Money.
Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova also suggested the U.S. strategy in the Middle East is collapsing.
The White House has been considering how to respond to the weekend's attacks on Saudi oil infrastructure, which both Washington and Riyadh are blaming on Iran.
From North Korea to Venezuela, the "Art of the Deal" seems to have eluded the president. The recent attack on Saudi oil infrastructure, however, gives him a chance to shine through.
Retired Admiral William McRaven said the president's team must draw on their expertise to provide Trump with a range of options to respond to the attacks on Saudi Arabia.
President Trump is stuck between a rock and a hard place: he can't ignore an attack on a major ally and on the global oil market, but a military response, even of the "proportionate" variety, risks escalating the conflict.
The U.S. has yet to provide evidence to back up claims it was Iran, not Yemen's Houthi movement that was behind an attack on Saudi Arabia's oil facilities.
After a ruling in June 2019 barring arms exports to Saudi Arabia that could be used in Yemen, UK Secretary of State for International Trade apologized for two breaches.
The Houthis have claimed responsibility for Saturday's attack, but the U.S. has suggested that Iran is ultimately to blame.
"What if this whole thing goes south?" Kennedy asked during a segment of Fox News Outnumbered on Monday.
The Democratic presidential candidate criticized the president after he said he was "waiting to hear" from Saudi Arabia before acting in regards to the weekend Aramco drone attack.
"There's a vacuum of leadership inside the White House," the former White House communications director said.
"This is why it's so important to have a president who isn't a typical politician," the senior White House counselor said.
"Such [American] comments and measures are more akin to the plots hatched by secret and intelligence services for damaging the image of a state to prepare the ground for a series of [hostile] measures," the Iranian Foreign Ministry said.
Yemen's Iran-backed Houthi rebels claimed responsibility for drone attacks at the world's largest oil processing facility in Saudi Arabia, military and government spokespersons said Saturday.
In Yemen and beyond, these inhumane weapons serve virtually no military purpose and kill indiscriminately.
"There's a lot of money that historically has flowed from Gulf state individuals to the Trump family fortune," Senator Chris Murphy said, "and that has to be part of the explanation as to why they continue to bend over backwards to try to make the Saudis happy."
Senator Bob Menendez said he was "disappointed, but not surprised, that the Trump administration has failed once again to prioritize our long-term national security interests or stand up for human rights."
A Palo Alto man has been charged with felony vandalism after spray-painting the date of a school bus bombing that killed 44 children in Yemen on the campus of weapons manufacturer and defense contractor Lockheed Martin, who supplied the bomb.
"Egyptian withdrawal is a huge blow to the Arab NATO idea," one expert said. "The Arab NATO will properly die not far in the future."