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More Progress for Saudi Women as Kingdom Launches a Women’s Soccer League
Saudi Arabia is launching a soccer league for women, another step forward as the Kingdom continues ahead with its Vision 2030 social and economic reform plan.
Saudi Arabia takes cautious approach on Coronavirus as Kingdom suspends entry for Umrah pilgrimage, tourism
Saudi Arabia has temporarily suspended arrivals by foreigners for the Umrah pilgrimage and tourists from two dozen countries where the new coronavirus has spread, according to a report in Reuters, in hopes that the Kingdom might stay head of the looming threat of a pandemic.
New Saudi Ministers of Investment, Sports and Tourism Sworn In by King Salman
The new Saudi ministers of sports, tourism and investment were sworn in on Wednesday before Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz.
Saudi Cabinet Shakeup Places Khalid Al-Falih in Charge of New Investment Ministry
Saudi Arabia has shaken up its government investment bodies with a major change to SAGIA, the Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority, making the body a full ministry and replacing former Governor Ibrahim Al-Omar with former Saudi Aramco head Khalid Al-Falih, the King revealed in a series of royal decrees. In three separate royal orders, Eng. Ibrahim bin […]
Saudi Aramco Plans to Invest $110 Billion to Develop Unconventional Gas Reserves in Saudi Arabia’s Jafurah field
Saudi Aramco plans to invest a whopping $110 billion to develop unconventional gas reserves in Saudi Arabia’s Jafurah field, the state news agency SPA said on Friday.
Pompeo Meets with King Salman, FM Prince Faisal bin Farhan in Riyadh
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met with King Salman and Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan in Riyadh today, photos from the Saudi Press Agency show.
On Third Day of Saudi Trip, Pompeo Tours Saudi Airbase, Meets with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman
Secretary of State Michael Pompeo met with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and separately with Prince Khalid Bin Salman in Saudi Arabia on his third and final day of a visit to the Kingdom, according to reports, before taking a tour of a key Saudi Arabian air base where the U.S. has deployed defense capabilities.
Secretary of State Pompeo Arrives in Riyadh for 3-Day Visit, his Second of 2020
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrived in Riyadh today for a three-day visit to meet with Saudi officials. During his visit to Riyadh, Pompeo is scheduled to meet senior Saudi leaders and visit Saudi Aramco’s Khurais oil field, which was targeted in a missile attack in September that both the kingdom and the U.S. blame on Iran. Tehran denied involvement […]
Saudi Cabinet Gives Approval to Saudi Export and Import (Exim) Bank, Launch Expected Soon
Saudi Arabia’s Council of Ministers has approved regulations for the creation of a new Saudi Export and Import (Exim) Bank on Tuesday during a session presided over by Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman at Al-Yamamah Palace.
Princess Reema bint Bandar Gives First Interview to Arab Newspaper as Ambassador: ‘Saudi Arabia is Washington’s Closest Partner in Region’
Princess Reema bint Bandar gave her first interview with an Arab newspaper since assuming her position in Washington, telling Asharq Alawsat that Saudi Arabia is Washington’s closest partner in the region and that the strategic Saudi-American partnership is not affected by which party the president of the White House belongs to.
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As Turkey Asks for U.S. Help, Trump Befriends Its Old Enemy
Greece has emerged as key to American plans to counter the influence of China and Russia in the Eastern Mediterranean as countries jostle for energy resources and infrastructure.
Arabs Flex Muscles and Talk as Erdogan Ups Ante in Libya’s War
Forces fighting with Haftar control the majority of Libya’s territory as well as its key oil facilities, and are on the outskirts of the capital. “We’re not supporting him or his vision for Libya,” Hussein Haridy, a former deputy Egyptian foreign minister, said of Haftar. “What we’re supporting is his protection of the western border.”
Iranian Hardliners Consolidate Power in Parliamentary Takeover
Unlike Tehran and other large cities where voter turnout is an indication of the country’s national politics and overall direction, smaller cities and rural areas tell a completely different story.
Uncertainty Hits Oil Market Ahead of OPEC+ Meeting
IPWeek, a major energy industry event in London that started February 25, was overshadowed by concerns over the coronavirus as dozens of attendees canceled their participation and sideline events planned by oil companies and trading houses were canceled. It is with this sense of gloom, reinforced by negative sentiment in the oil market over demand prospects, that oil ministers will be heading to Vienna.
U.S. Maintains Pressure on Iran, Stalling Diplomacy While Expecting Attacks
Nearly two months after the death of Iran’s most important general, the Trump administration insists its “maximum pressure” campaign is working. Many allies are skeptical.
Coronavirus: Iran’s vice-president diagnosed with disease as outbreak spreads
Iran’s vice-president has been diagnosed with coronavirus, state media have reported, as the country struggles to stop the spread of the disease. Masoumeh Ebtekar is among 254 people infected with the virus in the Middle Eastern nation, where 26 people have been killed.
Alarm after 33 Turkish soldiers killed in attack in Idlib
Government forces, supported by Russia, have been trying to retake Idlib from jihadist groups and Turkish-backed rebel factions based there. The air strike came after the opposition retook the key town of Saraqeb, north-east of Balyun. Idlib is the last Syrian province to remain in opposition hands.
WWE Super ShowDown results – Goldberg shocks The Fiend, The Undertaker returns
By all accounts, this was an important match, not just for Bayley and Naomi, but for what it meant. A year after Natalya and Lacey Evans became the first women to compete in Saudi Arabia, Bayley and Naomi would become the first women to compete for a title.
Saudi Arabia may slash April oil prices to Asia by most since 2012
Top oil exporter Saudi Arabia is expected to make the deepest cuts to its monthly official selling prices (OSP) to Asia since 2012, tracking declines in Middle East benchmarks and weak refining margins as the coronavirus outbreak has cut demand.
How Saudi Arabia has become a primary market in the GCC for ride-sharing
he abundance of mobile users, coupled with an 84% urban population, makes the Kingdom a top-priority market for the ride-sharing industry and particularly for Uber.
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