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35 expat pilgrims die in Saudi Arabia bus crash Thirty-five pilgrims have been killed in a traffic accident in Saudi Arabia after a bus collided with another vehicle on ...
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Second Brazil-Argentina clash heading to Saudi ArabiaBrazil will take on Argentina in a friendly in Saudi Arabia for the second time in a year next month, ...
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Oil, Iran top agenda as Putin visits Saudi ArabiaRussian President Vladimir Putin will visit Saudi Arabia on Monday, where he is set to seal oil agreements as well ...
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US to deploy more forces to Saudi Arabia The United States announced the deployment of additional American military forces to Saudi Arabia on Friday to bolster the kingdom’s ...
US to deploy large number of troops in Saudi ArabiaWASHINGTON, Oct 11:  The United States announced on Friday a new, large deployment of forces to Saudi Arabia to help ...
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93 more Bangladeshi workers deported by Saudi ArabiaA number of Bangladeshis deported by Saudi Arabia on Wednesday night amid a crackdown on illegal workers say they have ...
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Saudi Arabia deports another 105 BangladeshisSaudi Arabia has sent back another batch of Bangladeshis amid a crackdown on illegal workers although a number of the ...
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Saudi Arabia allows foreign men and women to share hotel roomsSaudi Arabia is allowing foreign men and women to rent hotel rooms together without proving they are related, after the ...
Uncovering secrets of mystery civilisation in Saudi ArabiaRIYADH, Oct 4: A team of researchers is carrying out the first in-depth archaeological survey of part of Saudi Arabia, ...
Mohammed bin Salman: The man who controls Saudi ArabiaLONDON, Oct 3: Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, known as MBS, is transforming and modernising a deeply conservative ...
Saudi Arabia to invest $100 billion in IndiaNEW DELHI, Sept 29: Saudi Arabia, the world's biggest oil exporter, is looking at investing USD 100 billion in India ...
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Saudi Arabia to offer tourist visas for first timeSaudi Arabia said Friday it will offer tourist visas for the first time, opening up the ultra-conservative kingdom to holidaymakers ...
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