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Is the United States becoming a patsy for the Kingdom?
Prince Alwaleed Moved To Highest Security Saudi Prison After Refusing To Pay $6 Billion For Freedom: Report
Seventy per cent of the population of Saudi Arabia is under thirty years old. This means that the majority of Saudi young people have never seen a movie at a theater. You see, there are no movie theaters in Saudi Arabia. They have been banned for ove
Saudi Arabia is attempting to use their US influence to reject victims' lawsuits against them for their role in 9/11 by leaning on a federal judge.
Members of Saudi Arabia's royal family have apparently learned nothing from their cousin's authoritarian tendencies.
A new anti-corruption committee led by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman carried out the arrests beginning on Nov. 4, with more than 500 eventually rounded up. The targeted top officials and members of the royal family are reputed to be fabulously wea
In the latest confirmation that Jared Kushner's late night meetings with Mohammed bin Salman are bearing fruit, if only for two of the world's biggest corporations, Reuters reports that Apple and Amazon are in discussions with Riyadh on investing in
RIYADH, Saudi Arabia -- The course of true love never did run smooth. While applicable the world over, Shakespeare's words are particularly true in swiftly changing Saudi Arabia.
A propaganda video promoted by Saudi Arabian media shows a simulation of Saudi Arabia attacking, invading and then conquering Iran.
The central banks of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Saudi Arabia are jointly working on a cryptocurrency to enable cross-border transactions between the two countries.
That Would Create A Palestinian State...Many had assumed that President Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel would make a peace agreement between the Palestinians and Israelis less likely, but it actually appears to be accelera
Saudi Arabia on Monday lifted a decades-long ban on cinemas, part of a series of social reforms by the powerful crown prince that are shaking up the ultra-conservative kingdom.
Saudis took the stage one by one to poke fun at the world -- and themselves -- introducing a hissing, cackling audience to an art form widely unknown in the conservative kingdom: stand-up comedy.