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Lines tenders at the end of October, Transformers on 17 October, says Abdel Rahim
The bill would allow civilians to file lawsuits against the Saudi government in relation to the attack
Servtech is a Saudi technical services company and is partnered with international telecommunications company Lebara
The Tehran government has summoned the French ambassador to protest a Paris rally by an anti-regime “terror group.” Former Saudi intelligence tzar, Turki al-Faisal, spoke at the meeting of Iranian dissidents.
Saudi authorities have arrested 19 people, including 12 Pakistanis, in connection with Monday’s terrorist attacks. No group has claimed responsibility for the coordinated attacks that left seven people dead.
External support is needed in times of crisis, provided it is economically managed, or else it becomes a burden, says Farid
Foreign Ministry spokesperson Ahmed Abu Zaid also told Daily News Egypt that the decision is being looked into by the judiciary. “The government respects the opinion of the court,” Abu Zaid added.
The State Council Administrative Court ruled on Tuesday to cancel the maritime demarcation agreement between Egypt and Saudi Arabia
The maritime demarcation deal has been the source of controversy since its announcement in April
The United Nations has said it will temporarily remove the coalition from a blacklist following the deaths of hundreds of minors in Yemen last year. Riyadh had warned its inclusion may be “counterproductive” for peace.
The prosecution issued the release order after investigations proved the Saudi defendant guilty
There are calls for citizens to attend the session to support the case
Parliament document faults leadership for controversy over the agreement
With Saudi Arabia announcing plans for a major restructuring of the kingdom’s economy and Iran gearing up to become a regional hegemony, women’s sports are emerging as a benchmark of reform, and one that so far is less than promising. Saudi Arabia’s recent outline of plans for large scale economic reform away from the kingdom’s …
US secretary of state John Kerry will arrive in Egypt on Wednesday in a brief visit to the region during which he will also visit Saudi Arabia
Several groups vow to take further action against Egypt-Saudi maritime demarcation deal
Security forces arrested nine protesters in Ain Shams while reporters were banned from entering Tahrir Square amid heavy riot police presence
The ministry released Egyptian-Saudi documents concerning the Red Sea islands following a wave of criticism regarding the new maritime demarcation
$3.bn to set up factories for cars, construction materials, food products
Saudi investments sends message of reassurance to international business community that Egypt is ready to receive their investments, says official
Saudi Arabia aims to attract foreign investment of SAR 1tn in the coming period, says SAGIA official
A Saudi-Egyptian forum to take place on Saturday
Several cooperation agreements are expected to be signed during King Salman’s visit
The volume of trade exchanged between Saudi Arabia, Egypt in 2015 amounted to $6.35bn, says Saudi Trade Ministry
What do we make of the historical irony that undergirds the state-building project of the Saudi state, imbricated as it is in the antinomies of the modern nation, a medieval political theology, and a surfeit of petrodollars? It is through painting an image of the Saudi state, its past, as much as its most recent …
The incident purportedly occurred following a dispute over who would cross the road first
Prime Minister will visit Cairo Tuesday, International Cooperation Ministry is responsible for coordination meeting