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Oil tanker 'hijacked by Iranian forces' off the coast of UAE is now safe and ...

The Daily Mail 04 Aug 2021
... Saudi Arabia and their allies around the Arabian Peninsula since at least 2019. During that time tankers with links to Saudi and Israel have been struck by mines and other explosives, while Saudi's largest oil refinery was also blown up in a bold strike using drones and missiles.
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Iran’s threat in Gulf is to be unpredictable - analysis

The Jerusalem Post 04 Aug 2021
This means that the Houthis in Yemen, fighting Saudi-backed Yemeni ... The mining of ships in May and June of 2019 was an example, as was the attack on Abqaiq in Saudi Arabia in September 2019, and other incidents over the last six months, such as several attacks on commercial ships.
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Fact Check: Saudi Aramco isn't going to start Bitcoin mining; rubbishes rumours [details]

International Business Times 03 Aug 2021
The world's largest oil producer, Saudi Aramco, made the headlines after reports claimed the oil giant would soon start mining Bitcoin, which is a hot commodity in the cryptocurrency network ... Nasser claimed the natural gas Aramco burns off prior to oil extraction through the process of flaring could be used for Bitcoin mining.
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Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency.
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Saudi Aramco Refutes Bitcoin Mining Claims, Calls it “False & Inaccurate”

Bitcoin Warrior 03 Aug 2021
... Saudi Aramco has debunked Bitcoin (BTC) mining rumors in the country.
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Fallacious rumors dismissed by Saudi Aramco surrounding Bitcoin mining

Cryptopolitan 02 Aug 2021
Saudi Aramco has denied recent allegations of its involvement with Bitcoin mining.Although Aramco has a great interest in blockchain-related firms as it has invested $5 million in Vekt.A subsidiary of the organization also had taken part in building a blockchain network.
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Saudi Aramco dismisses reports of Bitcoin mining

Gulf News 02 Aug 2021
Saudi oil giant has denied media reports concerning the company entering the crypto domain. This comes after a Brazilian Bitcoin miner, Ray Nasser, shared the details concerning Saudi Aramco’s plan to mine Bitcoin during an interview with Bitconheiros Youtube channel.
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Cryptocurrency - Bitcoin.
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Are World’s Largest Oil Producing Companies Diving into Bitcoin Mining?

CoinGape 02 Aug 2021
The latest report in the market is that the world’s largest oil-producing companies are mulling to join the Bitcoin mining market. On Sunday, August 1, TrustNodes first reported that oil-producing companies are working out a way to use the gas byproduct in Bitcoin mining activities ... Saudi Aramco’s Experiment With Bitcoin Mining.
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Saudi Oil Giant Aramco Denies It’s Launching Bitcoin Mining

Oil Price 02 Aug 2021
The world’s largest oil firm, Saudi Arabia’s ... Before the Saudi oil firm denied the Bitcoin mining… .
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Saudi Aramco denies reports it will embark on Bitcoin mining

Urdu Point 02 Aug 2021
... Point News / WAM - 02nd Aug, 2021) Saudi Aramco has denied the reports about its plans for Bitcoin mining.
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Saudi Aramco Denies Reports on Bitcoin Mining Activity

BTC Manager 02 Aug 2021
Global oil giant Saudi Aramco has denied reports stating that the company ...
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Crypto Market Forecast: Week of August 2nd 2021

Brave New Coin 02 Aug 2021
... giant Saudi Aramco getting into Bitcoin mining.
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Saudi Aramco dismisses ‘false and inaccurate’ rumors on Bitcoin mining

The Coin Telegraph 02 Aug 2021
Saudi’s biggest oil exporter denied claims of involvement in Bitcoin mining activities but continues to bet on blockchain-focused businesses ....
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Saudi Aramco dismisses 'false and inaccurate' rumors on Bitcoin mining

BitRSS 02 Aug 2021
Saudi's biggest oil exporter denied claims of involvement in Bitcoin mining activities but continues to bet on blockchain-focused businesses ... .
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21 members of Saudi-backed team killed clearing Houthi mines in Yemen

Arab News 30 Jul 2021
Twenty-one members of a Yemen-based team of Saudi and foreign mine clearance experts have lost their lives over three years operating in what has become known as the world’s largest minefield ... The project is carried out by Saudi and international experts through Yemeni teams that ...
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