Offbeat Sale of OM: Big ad in the Saudi file
Saudi official denies death threat made to UN investigator
A Saudi official on Thursday denied he threatened UN investigator Agnes Callamard following her probe into journalist Jamal Khashoggi's 2018 murder, after the United Nations confirmed she was issued a death threat. At a meeting with UN officials in Geneva in January 2020, a senior Saudi official threatened twice to have Callamard "taken care of" if she was not restrained by the United Nations, the Guardian newspaper reported this week. Without naming the Saudi official, Callamard -- the UN's special rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary and arbitrary executions -- told the British newspaper that the comment was perceived by her Geneva-based colleagues a
The Marseille supporters are likely to have to make a reason. And this despite the new Lapsus of Jean-Claude Gaudin, this weekend. Asked about the sale of the vellodrome stadium, to which he has always opposed, the former mayor of Marseille slipped a small sentence that did not fail to challenge in the Phocaean city. "I have always considered that the stadium, like the Old Port of Marseille or Notre-Dame-de-la-Guard, belonged to all the Marseillais. And that, therefore, it was not necessary to touch it. If the mayor decides to sell the Olympique de Marseille ... No, the pardon stadium since the club is already made ..., "he said, thus conforming the Olympian fans convinced of the next assignment of the. But these are fewer and fewer. And these are not the latest revelations of Ben Jacobs, an English journalist who has been among the first to build on a sale of the Olympique de Marseille in the next few months, who will reverse the trend. Because if this Persian Gulf specialist confirms, once again, the existence of discussions between the clans of Prince Al-Walid Ben Talal and Frank McCourt, the Saudi billionaire would have put a term in the face of the financial requirements of the American . "I am told that Prince Bin Talal is now no longer interested in OM. There will be no agreement with Saudi Arabia. The parties have not managed to agree on a price despite the discussions since last November, "he says in a tweet. And to believe it, Frank McCourt, as the Bostonian had never ceased to repeat it during his recent passage in Marseille, does not seek to sell the sky and white. "According to my latest information, McCourt is not ready to sell unless an astronomical offer is formulated," he continued, discrediting a little more the thesis of a redemption of OM.
Saudis Meet Oil-Supply Requests From Most in Asia Before Ramp-Up .
Saudi Arabia will supply all the crude oil that was requested by India’s state-owned refiners and at least four other Asian customers next month as the linchpin producer starts to ramp up output. © Bloomberg An employee walks along transport pipes leading to oil storage tanks at the Juaymah tank farm at Saudi Aramco's Ras Tanura oil refinery and oil terminal in Ras Tanura, Saudi Arabia, on Monday, Oct. 1, 2018.