A former Saudi official told Newsweek that the kingdom is "capable of finding a way to supply America with the oil they need, but there will be an exchange for that."
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has said Iran's enemies are waging a "psychological war" against the country.
Doctors described the procedure as among the most complicated they had ever performed.
"The international community must assume its responsibility to preserve energy supplies," the Saudis said in a statement.
Nowhere is this Olympic Truce needed more than in Yemen.
"There is an escalation by the countries of aggression against our country, under clear directives from America," Ansar Allah's deputy information secretary told Newsweek.
"America is complicit in ... this horrific war that Biden and his senior officials once promised to end," one national security reporter wrote. "I hope they see these children when they sleep at night."
But Airwars' Emily Tripp also said, compared to prior years, activists "haven't had that level of communication" and "haven't seen that level of interest" from the Pentagon to look into claims.
As France signed a deal to sell combat planes and helicopters to the UAE, human rights groups denounced the decision, saying they could be used in war crimes.
Ramesh Rajasingham, UN's deputy humanitarian chief, warned that up to 4 million people could have their aid reduced "in the coming weeks and months."
Yemen's government has received about 500,000 doses so far this year through the COVAX initiative, and the rest through direct donations from other countries.
Expert analysis shared with Newsweek shows similarities between the "Waeed" unmanned aerial vehicle displayed earlier this year by Ansar Allah and a "Shahed-136" drone Western officials link to Iran.
"There were snakes, but they won't bother you unless you bother them," said Mohammed al-Kindi who descended to the bottom of the 367-foot well.
"They don't have any money left over to buy anything. It is a heartbreak. It really is," said the head of the U.N.'s World Food Program.
Children who are starving right now in Yemen don't need long-winded speeches at the U.N. General Assembly. They need action on the part of world leaders.
Houthi rebels have pushed forward in a siege to capture Yemen's last remaining government-controlled territory in Marib, an oil-rich northern province.
It's too soon to say, but in retrospect, we may be able to confidently judge that President Joe Biden's February move shortened the overall length of Yemen's strife, or at least shortened U.S. participation.
The Biden administration announced Thursday that it was lifting sanctions on three former Iranian officials and two companies it said had been involved in banned petroleum sales, saying the U.S. had "verified a change in status or behavior" on their part.
Ambergris is a rare and valuable substance that is produced by some sperm whales.
Amnesty International said Hammadi was targeted because she often models wearing nontraditional clothing and sometimes without a Muslim headscarf.
The Biden administration criticized Yemen's Iran-backed Houthi rebels after they refused to meet with U.N. special envoy Martin Griffiths.
Murphy was headed this week to Oman, Qatar and Jordan to discuss political solutions to the war in Yemen.
As President Joe Biden prepares to wave goodbye to his first 100-day stretch, those in the realist and restraint community are at least breathing a sigh of relief—things could be better, but they could also be worse.
There must also be a structured, incentivized approach to deescalating the conflict, based not on mere good will (which seldom works with terror groups), but on a stick-and-carrot approach.
Drones don't discriminate between adults and children, or between enemies and allies.
The new ceasefire deal could, if accepted, end almost six years of war that has killed more than 233,000 people.
Iran-backed Houthi rebels in Yemen have stepped up attacks on Saudi Arabia as the White House pushes for a diplomatic solution.