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The five-year sentence and 300 lashes meted out by a Jeddah court against Ahmed Al-Gizawy are now final
Saudi Arabia was the first overseas destination for Interim President Adly Mansour
Reuters – Six mortar bombs landed near a border post in northern Saudi Arabia in an attack claimed by an Iranian-backed Iraqi Shi’a militia, which said on Thursday it was warning the kingdom to stop meddling in Iraqi affairs. The mortar rounds hit desert on the far northwestern fringes of the kingdom’s oil-producing region on Wednesday, several …
By James M. Dorsey A vast majority of Saudis favour women having the right to fully engage in sports in a country that has no official facilities for female athletes or physical education programmes for girls in schools, according to a Saudi sociology researcher, who has put forward a series of recommendations at a time …
Saudi envoy to the United Nations Abdullah al-Mouallimi wrote to UN leader Ban Ki-moon to inform him of the move and reaffirm a Saudi protest over the way the council has acted over the Syria conflict.
One of the videos uploaded to YouTube shows a woman cloaked in black and wearing dark sunglasses driving a car in an area of the Saudi capital, apparently without being stopped.
Activists have called on social networks for Saudi women to go behind the wheel on Saturday, in a campaign in the world’s only country that bans women from driving
The Saudi government rejected the seat one day after it was elected into the UN body
Mixed Views of Saudi Influence, Record on Civic Freedoms
Activist Waleed Abulkhair was arrested for holding “unauthorised” gatherings with reformists
Russia and the United States have been trying for months to organise an international peace conference between Assad’s regime and the opposition, but so far to no avail
Head of Arabian House of Consultancy for Financial and Economic Investment says aid a reflection of “a conflict, and to show loyalty and support to Egypt.”
In a sign of support to Egypt’s economy, which continues to reel from more than two years of unrest, Gulf states have pledged $12bn aid
2204 new investment projects have been founded during the first half of 2012
A source from the General Authority for Investments says the amount of investments in the previous regimes was higher.
Latest reports indicate increase in Saudi tourism in Egypt
In March, it had told service providers to work with the developers of such applications to “quickly meet the regulatory conditions.”
The eight Saudis, a Lebanese and a Turk bring to 28 the number of people arrested in connection with the cell,
There has been a shift in Middle Eastern refineries to produce cleaner fuel as they are looking to target export markets.
Meeting to revive Morsi’s quartet initiative involving Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Iran
Telecommunications companies in Saudi Arabia request restrictions out of fear the free mobile applications could put pressure on available bandwidth
Iranian media reported on Sunday that the Shiite-dominated Islamic republic has denied any link to the suspected spy cell
the interior ministry in Riyadh said authorities had arrested 16 Saudis, an Iranian and a Lebanese in four regions of the country
Council of Arab Ministers of Interior holds its 30th conference to discuss combating terrorism and drugs
Saudi Islamic preacher invited by Al-Azhar to speech at Cairo mosque
Egyptian fashion designer in Saudi jail has completed 500 lashes, but still has time remaining in her sentence
The Saudi Fund for Development (SFD) signed three concessional loan agreements with the Egyptian Government. The agreements were signed on Monday 3rd 2012, in Cairo, by the Egyptian Minster of Planning and International Cooperation, Ashraf Al-Araby, and SFD Vice President and Managing Director, Yousef Al-Bassam. As per the first agreement, SFD grants Egypt EGP 547 million, in a concessional development …
Gas tanker explodes after colliding with bridge pylon in Riyadh
Two of five terror suspects make last-grasp appeal to High Court to avoid extradition
Most arrested for political opinions and religious beliefs
Visitors accused of smuggling drugs