KSA: Let’s form one bloc to be a global economic powerhouse, Riyadh tells GCC

At the opening ceremony of the Gulf Cooperation Council’s (GCC) Economic and Development Affairs Authority in Riyadh, Saudi’s Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz said that “in the era of blocs” which presents opportunities, they can become the Read more

KSA: 54 Terror Suspects Arrested during Hajj, Saudis Dominate List

As Muslims who accomplished this year’s annual Hajj pilgrimage are returning home, Saudi Arabia revealed that it arrested 54 terror suspects between September 3 and 11 and that most of them are Saudi nationals. The circumstances surrounding the arrests are Read more

Yemen: Sana’a Has Fallen Militarily, MSF Leaves Yemen

The Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs and Shura Council Othman Majli of the Hadi-led government has claimed that the capital Sana’a has fallen militarily. The minister who made the claim while speaking to al-Arabiya news channel said tribal elders Read more

KSA: Saudi Delegation Visit to Israel, Contrary to Government Stand

The visit of a former Saudi military general together with a delegation of academics and businessmen to Israel has been described as an isolated event by an unnamed governmental official. The visit “does not reflect the views of the Saudi Read more

Iranian and Saudi waters still hot, clash at WEF

Tehran and Riyadh do not seem ready to heal their ties any time soon, as reports emerged that Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif and the former Saudi ambassador to the U.S. who once headed the Kingdom’s intelligence service, Prince Turki Read more

KSA: Hajj responsibility is Saudi’s

A senior member of the Saudi Royal family, Prince Turki al-Faisal, hinted that Riyadh has no plans to share hajj responsibility despite the criticisms that followed the fatal incident in Mina. He said organizing such a religious gathering is part Read more