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.
China’s desire to develop close ties with Iran will remain unchanged, President Xi Jinping told the speaker of Iran’s parliament.
$20 billion Saudi-Pakistan investment.
The US to end its support for the Saudi Arabia-led coalition in the war in Yemen.
The EU adds Saudi Arabia, Panama and four US territories to a blacklist.
Bin Salman did not order the 2018 killing of Khashoggi, says a top Saudi official.
The United Arab Emirates dismissed reports it had detained a British man for showing support for Qatar at a football tournament in the UAE
Saudi Arabia has ended a sprawling crackdown on corruption.
Four of the world’s five best golfers will compete in Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Arabia has freed Saudi-Ethiopian businessman Mohammed Hussein al-Amoudi.
Choosing selectively the term universality, is in itself a fundamental contradiction. If the implementation of universal principles is made in an ‘a la carte’ manner, then universality is dead.
In many cases, human rights defenders only focus on political rights and forget about massive violations of economic and social rights by governments and also corporations.
Saudi Arabia plans to issue visas for foreign tourists including non-Muslims.
A crackdown on corruption in Saudi Arabia has severely dented the kingdom’s private jet industry.
Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Djibouti, Yemen and Sudan start naval drills.
US Senate calls for an end to US military support for the war in Yemen.
Bin Salman arrives in Tunisia for a brief state visit as part of an Arab-Maghreb tour.
Tunisian activists protest a planned visit by bin Salman over the killing of Khashoggi.
Yemen’s Houthi says it was halting drone and missile attacks on Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Arabia to renovate 130 historical mosques in different parts of the kingdom.
Oil rises by more than 1 percent, set for its largest one-day increase in a month.
Oil rebounded to $73 a barrel on Wednesday after falling to its lowest since August.
Qatar’s ruler says the political and economic boycott had weakened a Gulf Arab bloc.