Pakistan’s foreign minister criticises Saudi Arabia over its aloofness and inability to conduct a meeting on Kashmir in the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC).
Thailand reports six new cases of coronavirus disease, all of whom are quarantined.
Saudi Arabia said Tuesday it has permanently revoked the licence of Qatari broadcaster beIN Sports and slapped it with a fine of $2.7 million over alleged “monopolistic” practices.
Saudi Arabia has announced it will hold a “very limited” hajj this year, with pilgrims already in the kingdom allowed to perform the annual ritual as it moves to curb the biggest coronavirus outbreak in the Gulf.
The repatriation of 174 Cambodians staying in Saudi Arabia received green light.
Saudi Arabia unveils plans to triple its Value Added Tax (VAT).
Saudi Arabia this week hosts the world’s richest horse race, with $20 million in cash prizes on offer in the latest international sports extravaganza designed to boost its battered global image.
Interior Minister meets with the Ambassadors of Cuba and Saudi Arabia.
Skywatchers from Saudi Arabia and Oman to India and Singapore are treated to a rare “ring of fire” solar eclipse Thursday.
Qatar’s foreign minister has voiced optimism over ending a bitter rift with Saudi Arabia, saying early talks had broken a “stalemate” but Doha was unwilling to alter ties with Turkey as a pre-condition.
Saudi Arabia pulls out all the stops to prop up Aramco’s IPO.
Cambodia and Saudi Arabia to sign an agreement on tourism cooperation.
Saudi Arabia’s crown prince is trying to repair damage to his image done by Jamal Khashoggi’s murder by insisting “layers and layers” of hierarchy separated him from the Saudi agents who killed the journalist, the UN investigator told Reuters.
Saudi Arabia is expected to restore third of the production lost to weekend attacks.
Yemen’s Iran-aligned Houthi group said it attacked two plants at the heart of Saudi Arabia’s oil industry on Saturday, knocking out more than half the Kingdom’s output, in a move expected to send oil prices soaring and increase tensions in the Middle East.
Saudi Arabia expresses its intention to export petroleum to Cambodia.
Cambodia and Saudi Arabia agree to sign two key agreements to boost trade.
King Salman replaces the energy minister with one of his sons.
Labour Minister says he is reluctant to send migrants to work as maids in Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Arabia on Sunday slammed Iran’s seizure of a British-flagged tanker in sensitive Gulf waters as “completely unacceptable” and urged world powers to “take actions to deter such behaviour”.
Saudi Arabia’s King Salman approved hosting US forces in the country to boost regional security and stability, the state news agency (SPA) reported on Friday.
Manny Pacquiao has not signed a contract to take on Amir Khan in Saudi Arabia later this year despite claims that a deal has been agreed for the bout, the Filipino’s publicist has said.
OPEC agrees to extend by nine months daily oil output cuts aimed at supporting prices and soaking up excess supplies.
South Korea and Saudi Arabia sign an $8.3 billion economic co-operation pact during Crown Prince’s first visit to Seoul.
Saudi Arabia has rendered toothless the once-feared religious police amid a liberalisation drive, but a planned “public decency” law is stoking controversy with some fearing a revival of morality policing.
FIFA said Sunday they were exploring legal options after revealing unauthorised transmissions of the ongoing Women’s World Cup in France were made in Saudi Arabia by pirate broadcaster, beoutQ.
Five Sri Lankans wanted in connection with the Easter bombings that killed 258 people were arrested in Saudi Arabia and extradited Friday, police and Interpol said.
Arab leaders gathered in Saudi Arabia yesterday for emergency summits that Riyadh hopes will deliver a strong message to Iran that regional powers will defend their interests against any threat following attacks on Gulf oil assets this month.
Saudi Arabia wants to avert war in the region but stands ready to respond with “all strength and determination” following last week’s attacks on Saudi oil assets, a senior official said on Sunday, adding that the ball was now in Iran’s court.
European countries will urge Saudi Arabia to cooperate with a UN-led probe into the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.