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01:25, 24 October 2017 Tuesday
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15:37, 22 October 2017 Sunday

US state secretary meets Saudi king in Riyadh

Tillerson is in Riyadh as part of regional tour that will take him to Qatar

17:39, 16 October 2017 Monday

Kuwaiti emir sets out for Saudi Arabia for talks

Kuwait continues to play mediating role between Qatar and Saudi-led bloc of Arab states  

11:26, 15 October 2017 Sunday

Fire kills 10 in Saudi capital

Cause of the blaze at carpentry workshop in Riyadh remains unclear

17:57, 08 October 2017 Sunday

Qatar condemns attack on Saudi guards in Jeddah

Two Saudi guards were killed in a shooting attack outside a royal court in Jeddah

11:29, 08 October 2017 Sunday

2 Saudi guards killed in Jeddah gunman attack

Assailant kills two guards in front of the western gate of the Peace Palace in Jeddah

16:59, 07 October 2017 Saturday

Trump admin OKs 15B THAAD sale to Saudi Arabia

Sale includes 44 launchers, 360 interceptor missiles, 16 mobile tactical station groups, 7 radars

12:05, 06 October 2017 Friday

US lawmakers seek end to US aid for Saudi's Yemen

Future of effort uncertain in Republican-dominated legislature  

06:04, 06 October 2017 Friday

IMF advises Saudi not to rush reforms price hikes

While the IMF praised Saudi Arabia's intense reform programme, which aims to boost non-oil revenues and curb government spending, the Washington-based organisation recommended pacing implementation to avoid inflicting too much damage on growth.  

01:01, 06 October 2017 Friday

Saudi Arabia to buy Russia S-400 defence systems

The agreement was announced as King Salman, who is on the first official trip to Russia by a Saudi monarch, and Russian President Vladimir Putin held talks at the Kremlin.

09:21, 27 September 2017 Wednesday

Trump lauds Saudi Arabia for letting women drive

'This is a positive step toward promoting the rights and opportunities of women in Saudi Arabia,' White House says

02:02, 27 September 2017 Wednesday

Saudi Arabia allows women to drive

Saudi king issues decree allowing women to get driving licenses, state media says; order will be implemented by June 2018

11:58, 26 September 2017 Tuesday

Saudi Arabia hits metrics to be left off US travel

'They’ve stepped up and met those base line requirements that the United States has laid out,' White House says

02:01, 21 September 2017 Thursday

Saudi to allow women into stadium for national day

Families will be allowed into the King Fahd stadium in Riyadh, used mostly for football matches, and seated separately from single men to mark the kingdom's 87th National Day this weekend.

10:48, 17 September 2017 Sunday

12 Yemeni civilians killed in Saudi-led coalition raid

A local official told AFP the coalition air raid hit a vehicle carrying the 12 civilians on Saturday in Hareeb Al-Qarameesh in Marib province, about 70 km (43 miles) northeast of Sanaa.

09:16, 09 September 2017 Saturday

Qatar calls Saudi Arabia to resolve Gulf crisis

Qatari Emir calls Saudi Crown Prince for the establishment of a dialogue to resolve the Gulf crisis

16:28, 08 September 2017 Friday

Saudi prince paid secret visit to Israel

Unidentified Saudi royal made unpublicized visit to Israel this week to promote stalled peace process, Israeli Radio reports

14:46, 26 August 2017 Saturday

Senior Iraqi army officer killed near Saudi border

Explosive device targets border guards patrol, killing Brig. Gen. Laith al-Samawi and wounding 5 other personnel

16:41, 17 August 2017 Thursday

Saudi vows no military deployments on Red Sea islands

Egypt recently ceded sovereignty over two Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia  

13:55, 17 August 2017 Thursday

Saudi king offers to host Qatar pilgrims at own expense

Move follows accusations that Saudi authorities were hindering entry of Hajj pilgrims from Qatar

12:47, 16 August 2017 Wednesday

Saudi Arabia denies Iran mediation

An official Saudi source renews accusations against Tehran of 'spreading terrorism and extremism'  

17:18, 13 August 2017 Sunday

Saudi budget deficit halves after reforms oil rebound

The ultra-conservative kingdom has moved to diversify its traditionally oil-dependent economy following a sharp fall in crude prices.

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