Sarah Birke

Economist magazine

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Middle East correspondent for the Economist

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Saudi Arabia wants to end its dependence on oil — at the same time it's increasing production.

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Some 30,000 Iraqi soldiers and volunteer militia began an offensive today designed to expel ISIS, the so-called Islamic State from the city of Tikrit.

Iraqi Military Attempts to Retake Tikrit from the Islamic State

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