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  •  - Yemeni Prime Minister Mohammed Salem Basindwa and Saudi Foreign Minister Saud al-Faisal attend a meeting in Riyadh

    Yemeni Prime Minister Mohammed Salem Basindwa and Saudi Foreign Minister Saud al-Faisal attend a meeting in Riyadh

    Posted: 5/23/2012 11:58:49 AM EST
    Yemeni Prime Minister Mohammed Salem Basindwa (L) and Saudi Foreign Minister Saud al-Faisal attend the Friends of Yemen meeting in Riyadh May 23, 2012. Saudi Arabia and Western and Gulf states pledged more than $4 billion in aid to Yemen at a Riyadh conference two days after more than 90 Yemeni soldiers were killed in a suicide attack, deepening concerns about al Qaeda's presence in the country. REUTERS/Fahad Shadeed (SAUDI ARABIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
  •  - British Foreign Office Minister Alistair Burt, Yemeni Prime Minister Mohammed Salem Basindwa and Saudi Foreign Minister Saud al-Faisal attend a meeting in Riyadh

    British Foreign Office Minister Alistair Burt, Yemeni Prime Minister Mohammed Salem Basindwa and Saudi Foreign Minister Saud al-Faisal attend a meeting in Riyadh

    Posted: 5/23/2012 11:56:55 AM EST
    British Foreign Office Minister Alistair Burt (L), Yemeni Prime Minister Mohammed Salem Basindwa (C) and Saudi Foreign Minister Saud al-Faisal attend the Friends of Yemen meeting in Riyadh May 23, 2012. Saudi Arabia and Western and Gulf states pledged more than $4 billion in aid to Yemen at a Riyadh conference two days after more than 90 Yemeni soldiers were killed in a suicide attack, deepening concerns about al Qaeda's presence in the country. REUTERS/Fahad Shadeed (SAUDI ARABIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
  •  - Foreign ministers and their delegations pose for a group photo before the Friends of Yemen meeting in Riyadh

    Foreign ministers and their delegations pose for a group photo before the Friends of Yemen meeting in Riyadh

    Posted: 5/23/2012 11:52:29 AM EST
    Foreign ministers and their delegations pose for a group photo before the Friends of Yemen meeting in Riyadh May 23, 2012. Saudi Arabia and Western and Gulf states pledged more than $4 billion in aid to Yemen at a Riyadh conference two days after more than 90 Yemeni soldiers were killed in a suicide attack, deepening concerns about al Qaeda's presence in the country. REUTERS/Fahad Shadeed (SAUDI ARABIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
  •  - Saudi Foreign Minister Saud al-Faisal, British Foreign Office Minister Alistair Burt and Yemeni Prime Minister Mohammed Salem Basindwa attend a group photo session before a meeting in Riyadh

    Saudi Foreign Minister Saud al-Faisal, British Foreign Office Minister Alistair Burt and Yemeni Prime Minister Mohammed Salem Basindwa attend a group photo session before a meeting in Riyadh

    Posted: 5/23/2012 11:50:45 AM EST
    Saudi Foreign Minister Saud al-Faisal (C), British Foreign Office Minister Alistair Burt (R) and Yemeni Prime Minister Mohammed Salem Basindwa attend a group photo session before the Friends of Yemen meeting at Riyadh May 23, 2012. Saudi Arabia and Western and Gulf states pledged more than $4 billion in aid to Yemen at a Riyadh conference two days after more than 90 Yemeni soldiers were killed in a suicide attack, deepening concerns about al Qaeda's presence in the country. REUTERS/Fahad Shadeed (SAUDI ARABIA - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - Saudi Foreign Minister Saud al-Faisal speaks to British Foreign Office Minister Alistair Burt before the Friends of Yemen meeting in Riyadh

    Saudi Foreign Minister Saud al-Faisal speaks to British Foreign Office Minister Alistair Burt before the Friends of Yemen meeting in Riyadh

    Posted: 5/23/2012 11:46:38 AM EST
    Saudi Foreign Minister Saud al-Faisal (L) speaks to British Foreign Office Minister Alistair Burt before the Friends of Yemen meeting in Riyadh May 23, 2012. Saudi Arabia and Western and Gulf states pledged more than $4 billion in aid to Yemen at a Riyadh conference two days after more than 90 Yemeni soldiers were killed in a suicide attack, deepening concerns about al Qaeda's presence in the country. REUTERS/Fahad Shadeed (SAUDI ARABIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
  •  - Yemeni Foreign Minister Abubakr al-Qirbi, Saudi Foreign Minister Saud al-Faisal and British Foreign Office Minister Alistair Burt attend a news conference in Riyadh

    Yemeni Foreign Minister Abubakr al-Qirbi, Saudi Foreign Minister Saud al-Faisal and British Foreign Office Minister Alistair Burt attend a news conference in Riyadh

    Posted: 5/23/2012 11:42:39 AM EST
    Yemeni Foreign Minister Abubakr al-Qirbi (L), Saudi Foreign Minister Saud al-Faisal (C) and British Foreign Office Minister Alistair Burt attend a news conference at the Friends of Yemen meeting in Riyadh May 23, 2012. Saudi Arabia and Western and Gulf states pledged more than $4 billion in aid to Yemen at a Riyadh conference two days after more than 90 Yemeni soldiers were killed in a suicide attack, deepening concerns about al Qaeda's presence in the country. REUTERS/Fahad Shadeed (SAUDI ARABIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
  •  - Yemeni Foreign Minister Abubakr al-Qirbi and Saudi Foreign Minister Saud Al Faisal attend a news conference in Riyadh

    Yemeni Foreign Minister Abubakr al-Qirbi and Saudi Foreign Minister Saud Al Faisal attend a news conference in Riyadh

    Posted: 5/23/2012 11:38:42 AM EST
    Yemeni Foreign Minister Abubakr al-Qirbi (L) and Saudi Foreign Minister Saud Al Faisal attend a news conference at the Friends of Yemen meeting in Riyadh May 23, 2012. Saudi Arabia and Western and Gulf states pledged more than $4 billion in aid to Yemen at a Riyadh conference two days after more than 90 Yemeni soldiers were killed in a suicide attack, deepening concerns about al Qaeda's presence in the country. REUTERS/Fahad Shadeed (SAUDI ARABIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
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    To match story SAUDI-SOLAR/

    Posted: 5/23/2012 10:22:50 AM EST
    A Saudi man walks on a street past a field of solar panels at the King Abdulaziz city of Sciences and Technology, Al-Oyeynah Research Station, May 21, 2012. Saudi Arabia, the world's top oil exporter, may finally be getting serious about overcoming the technical and financial hurdles for tapping its other main resource: sunshine. Saudi Arabia wants to generate much more solar power as it lacks coal or enough natural gas output to meet rapidly rising power demand. Doing so would allow it to slash the volume of oil it burns in power plants bankrolled by billions of dollars worth of saved oil earnings. Picture taken May 21, 2012. To match story SAUDI-SOLAR/ REUTERS/Fahad Shadeed (SAUDI ARABIA - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS)
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    To match story SAUDI-SOLAR/

    Posted: 5/23/2012 10:22:20 AM EST
    A Saudi man walks on a street past a field of solar panels at the King Abdulaziz city of Sciences and Technology, Al-Oyeynah Research Station May 21, 2012. Saudi Arabia, the world's top oil exporter, may finally be getting serious about overcoming the technical and financial hurdles for tapping its other main resource: sunshine. Saudi Arabia wants to generate much more solar power as it lacks coal or enough natural gas output to meet rapidly rising power demand. Doing so would allow it to slash the volume of oil it burns in power plants bankrolled by billions of dollars worth of saved oil earnings. Picture taken May 21, 2012. To match story SAUDI-SOLAR/ REUTERS/Fahad Shadeed (SAUDI ARABIA - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS)
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    To match story SAUDI-SOLAR/

    Posted: 5/23/2012 10:21:50 AM EST
    Solar dishes are seen behind trees at the King Abdulaziz city of Sciences and Technology, Al-Oyeynah Research Station May 21, 2012. Saudi Arabia, the world's top oil exporter, may finally be getting serious about overcoming the technical and financial hurdles for tapping its other main resource: sunshine. Saudi Arabia wants to generate much more solar power as it lacks coal or enough natural gas output to meet rapidly rising power demand. Doing so would allow it to slash the volume of oil it burns in power plants bankrolled by billions of dollars worth of saved oil earnings. Picture taken May 21, 2012. To match story SAUDI-SOLAR/ REUTERS/Fahad Shadeed (SAUDI ARABIA - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS)
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    To match story SAUDI-SOLAR/

    Posted: 5/23/2012 10:21:20 AM EST
    Solar dishes are seen behind the entrance sign of the King Abdulaziz city of Sciences and Technology, Al-Oyeynah Research Station, May 21, 2012. Saudi Arabia, the world's top oil exporter, may finally be getting serious about overcoming the technical and financial hurdles for tapping its other main resource: sunshine. Saudi Arabia wants to generate much more solar power as it lacks coal or enough natural gas output to meet rapidly rising power demand. Doing so would allow it to slash the volume of oil it burns in power plants bankrolled by billions of dollars worth of saved oil earnings. Picture taken May 21, 2012. To match story SAUDI-SOLAR REUTERS/Fahad Shadeed (SAUDI ARABIA - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
  •  - An anti-government protester holds a banner as she participates in a rally held to condemn the Bahrain Saudi union on the Budaiya highway, west of Manama

    An anti-government protester holds a banner as she participates in a rally held to condemn the Bahrain Saudi union on the Budaiya highway, west of Manama

    Posted: 5/18/2012 3:53:29 PM EST
    REFILE - CORRECTING HEADLINE An anti-government protester holds a banner as she participates in a rally held to condemn the Bahrain Saudi union on the Budaiya highway, west of Manama, May 18, 2012. Tens of thousands of mainly Shi'ite protesters rallied in Bahrain on Friday against proposals for closer ties with other Gulf Arab countries, a plan pushed by Saudi Arabia to contain dissent in Bahrain and counter Iran's regional influence. The banner reads "America is the biggest devil"." REUTERS/Stringer (BAHRAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
  •  - An anti-government protester holds a banner as she participates in a rally held to condemn the Bahrain Saudi union on the Budaiya highway, west of Manama

    An anti-government protester holds a banner as she participates in a rally held to condemn the Bahrain Saudi union on the Budaiya highway, west of Manama

    Posted: 5/18/2012 3:51:53 PM EST
    REFILE - CORRECTING HEADLINE An anti-government protester holds a banner as she participates in a rally held to condemn the Bahrain Saudi union on the Budaiya highway, west of Manama, May 18, 2012. Tens of thousands of mainly Shi'ite protesters rallied in Bahrain on Friday against proposals for closer ties with other Gulf Arab countries, a plan pushed by Saudi Arabia to contain dissent in Bahrain and counter Iran's regional influence. The banner reads "'Death to America, trouble starter and war starter." REUTERS/Stringer (BAHRAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
  •  - An anti-government protester holds a banner with Bahrain King Hamad bin Salman al Khalifa  on the Budaiya highway, west of Manama

    An anti-government protester holds a banner with Bahrain King Hamad bin Salman al Khalifa on the Budaiya highway, west of Manama

    Posted: 5/18/2012 3:44:21 PM EST
    REFILE - CORRECTING SPELLING OF "HISTORY" An anti-government protester holds a banner with Bahrain's King Hamad bin Salman al Khalifa photo that reads "You will go down into the history of trash", as she participates in a rally held to condemn the Bahrain Saudi union on the Budaiya highway, west of Manama, May 18, 2012. Tens of thousands of mainly Shi'ite protesters rallied in Bahrain on Friday against proposals for closer ties with other Gulf Arab countries, a plan pushed by Saudi Arabia to contain dissent in Bahrain and counter Iran's regional influence. REUTERS/Stringer (BAHRAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
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    Posted: 5/18/2012 3:40:47 PM EST
    A Bahraini anti-government protester carries a sign with a cartoon map of Bahrain that reads "Not for sale" chasing an image representing the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia during a march stretching more than 5 kilometers (3 miles) along a main four-lane divided highway Friday, May 18, 2012, west of the capital of Manama, Bahrain. Tens of thousands of protesters chanting "Bahrain is not for sale" denounced proposals for closer unity between the unrest-torn Gulf kingdom and neighboring Saudi Arabia. (AP Photo/Hasan Jamali)
  •  - An anti-government protester holds a banner with Bahrain King Hamad bin Salman al Khalifa

    An anti-government protester holds a banner with Bahrain King Hamad bin Salman al Khalifa

    Posted: 5/18/2012 3:23:22 PM EST
    An anti-government protester holds a banner with Bahrain's King Hamad bin Salman al Khalifa photo that reads "You will go down into the histroy of trash',' as she participates in a rally held to condemn the Bahrain Saudi union on the Budaiya highway, west of Manama, May 18, 2012. Tens of thousands of mainly Shi'ite protesters rallied in Bahrain on Friday against proposals for closer ties with other Gulf Arab countries, a plan pushed by Saudi Arabia to contain dissent in Bahrain and counter Iran's regional influence. REUTERS/Stringer (BAHRAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
  •  - Tens of thousands of anti-government protesters are seen marching on Budaiya highway west of Manama, in a rally held to condemn the Bahrain Saudi uion on Budaiya highway

    Tens of thousands of anti-government protesters are seen marching on Budaiya highway west of Manama, in a rally held to condemn the Bahrain Saudi uion on Budaiya highway

    Posted: 5/18/2012 3:23:20 PM EST
    Tens of thousands of anti-government protesters are seen marching on Budaiya highway west of Manama, in a rally held to condemn the Bahrain Saudi union on the Budaiya highway, west of Manama, May 18, 2012. Tens of thousands of mainly Shi'ite protesters rallied in Bahrain on Friday against proposals for closer ties with other Gulf Arab countries, a plan pushed by Saudi Arabia to contain dissent in Bahrain and counter Iran's regional influence. REUTERS/Stringer (BAHRAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
  •  - An anti-government protester holds a banner with United States flag wiht cross on it saying "Death to American troubble starter war starter death to American" as she participates in a rally held to

    An anti-government protester holds a banner with United States flag wiht cross on it saying "Death to American troubble starter war starter death to American" as she participates in a rally held to

    Posted: 5/18/2012 3:23:16 PM EST
    An anti-government protester holds a banner as she participates in a rally held to condemn the Bahrain Saudi union on the Budaiya highway, west of Manama, May 18, 2012. Tens of thousands of mainly Shi'ite protesters rallied in Bahrain on Friday against proposals for closer ties with other Gulf Arab countries, a plan pushed by Saudi Arabia to contain dissent in Bahrain and counter Iran's regional influence. The banner reads "America is the biggest devil"." REUTERS/Stringer (BAHRAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
  •  - Anti-government protesters hold posters of Shi'ite scholar Isa Qassim as they participate in a rally held to condemn the Bahrain Saudi union on the Budaiya highway, west of Manama

    Anti-government protesters hold posters of Shi'ite scholar Isa Qassim as they participate in a rally held to condemn the Bahrain Saudi union on the Budaiya highway, west of Manama

    Posted: 5/18/2012 3:23:14 PM EST
    Anti-government protesters hold posters of Shi'ite scholar Isa Qassim as they participate in a rally held to condemn the Bahrain Saudi union on the Budaiya highway, west of Manama, May 18, 2012. Tens of thousands of mainly Shi'ite protesters rallied in Bahrain on Friday against proposals for closer ties with other Gulf Arab countries, a plan pushed by Saudi Arabia to contain dissent in Bahrain and counter Iran's regional influence. REUTERS/Stringer (BAHRAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
  •  - Anti-government protesters hold posters of Shi'ite scholar Isa Qassim as they participate in a rally held to condemn the Bahrain Saudi union on the Budaiya highway

    Anti-government protesters hold posters of Shi'ite scholar Isa Qassim as they participate in a rally held to condemn the Bahrain Saudi union on the Budaiya highway

    Posted: 5/18/2012 3:23:12 PM EST
    Anti-government protesters hold posters of Shi'ite scholar Isa Qassim as they participate in a rally held to condemn the Bahrain Saudi union on the Budaiya highway, west of Manama, May 18, 2012. Tens of thousands of mainly Shi'ite protesters rallied in Bahrain on Friday against proposals for closer ties with other Gulf Arab countries, a plan pushed by Saudi Arabia to contain dissent in Bahrain and counter Iran's regional influence. REUTERS/Stringer (BAHRAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)