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What Kano senator told the Nigerian Senate about Zainab Aliyu's release by Saudi Arabia
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What Kano senator told the Nigerian Senate about Zainab Aliyu's release by Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Arabia says two oil tankers attacked amid rising Iran tensions
Saudi Arabia claimed that two of its oil tankers were attacked while approaching the Strait of Hormuz.
Saudi Arabia plans further market deregulation to boost foreign inflows
Mohammed bin Abdullah Elkuwaiz, chairman at Saudi Capital Market Authority, discusses plans to boost foreign inflows into Saudi Arabia's stock market, including the next stage of market reforms.
Saudi Arabia to host the Dakar Rally 2020
The Amaury Sport Organisation distributes footage to announce that Saudi Arabia will stage for the first time the Dakar Rally 2020, the world's most gruelling motor racing event, from January 5 to 17 starting in Jeddah.
Saudi Arabia executes 37 citizens for 'terrorism'
Saudi Arabia said 37 nationals charged with terrorism have had their death penalties carried out. The executions came two days after an attack on a police station in central Riyadh province.
Dakar Rally moves to Saudi Arabia for 2020 race
The world-renowned off-road race had moved from Europe and Africa to South America following major security concerns. Now it's headed to "the deep and mysterious deserts" of Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Aramco attracts $100 Billion demand for bond deal
Saudi Aramco received more than $100 billion in orders for its maiden global fund, with expectations for the bond's yield to be less than Saudi Arabia's sovereign debt.
Wall Street heads back to Saudi Arabia
Bloomberg’s Peggy Collins discusses financial institutions heading back to Saudi Arabia after a protest over a journalist being killed.
Germany extends ban on arms exports to Saudi Arabia
Berlin will stick to a controversial ban on selling weapons to Saudi Arabia — at least a few more weeks. The order to keep German-made guns and tanks out of the kingdom has angered some of Germany's closest allies.
People with disabilities race in Saudi karting championship
Saudi Arabian Motor Federation organized its first official karting race for people with disabilities to help integrate them into society.
U.S.-Saudi relations at lowest point since 9/11, ex-Ambassador says
Former U.S. Ambassador to Saudi Arabia Robert Jordan discusses Saudi Arabia Crown Price Mohammed Bin Salman's visit to China and the state of U.S.-Saudi relations.
EU looks to add Saudi Arabia to 'dirty-money' blacklist
The EU's dirty-money blacklist should be widened to include Saudi Arabia, Nigeria and Panama, the European Commission has urged. The proposal still hinges on approval by the European Parliament and EU member states.