Saudi Arabia

Saudi Aramco office to be opened in Azerbaijan

A representative office of Saudi Arabia's state oil company Saudi Aramco will be opened in Azerbaijan soon, Saudi Arabia's Minister of Energy, Industry and Mineral Resources Khalid Al-Falih said at a meeting with …

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Saudi Arabia allows women at football game for first time

Saudi Arabia has for the first time allowed women to spectate at a football match, part of an easing of strict rules on gender separation by the ultra-conservative Muslim country. It follows a series of reforms intended to modernise the country, …

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Women above 25 can travel to Saudi Arabia alone now

Women aged 25 and over can be granted a tourist visa to go to Saudi Arabia without the need to be accompanied by a family member, local media reported. "The tourist visa will be a single-entry visa, and valid for 30 days maximum. …

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 Saudi’s crown prince creates personal army

Saudi’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has created a specially trained army called 'Al-Saif Al-Ajrab', with help from U.S. mercenary company Blackwater, according to a report by the Saudi-based news websites Sabq …

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Saudi footballer might go to jail for dabbing (VIDEO)

Footage of a professional footballer for the Saudi Arabian club Al Nojoom dabbing during a match has been met with anger from some social media users. The clip, shared by Saudi sports broadcaster Dawri Plus, shows the player refusing a …

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Rukhani names organizers of protests in Iran

The anti-government demonstrations in Iran were triggered by the intervention of third countries, primarily Saudi Arabia, President of the Islamic Republic of Iran said, speaking at an extraordinary meeting of the Mejlis (Parliament) of the …

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Saudi Arabia releases two princes after graft probe

Saudi Arabia has released two sons of the late king Abdullah two months after they were detained in a sweeping anti-corruption purge, a source close to the government said yesterday, The Straits Times reported. "They have been …

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