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OPEC agrees to cut oil production
29 Sep 2016
OPEC, the world's largest bloc of oil-producing countries, has decided to reduce output by 750,000 barrels a day to stabilise falling global oil prices.
A question of stamina in the presidential debate
27 Sep 2016
Democratic presidential nominee Clinton dismissed charges from rival Trump who said she did not have the 'stamina' to serve as President, saying if Trump could manage her schedule, 'he can talk to me about stamina.'
Political instability keeps some pilgrims from the Hajj
11 Sep 2016
Saudi officials say fewer pilgrims with less money to spend could lead to a 50-percent drop in sales at Saudi businesses during this year's Hajj.
Muslims gather around the Kaaba shrine during the Hajj in Mecca
9 Sep 2016
Muslims from across the world have gathered in Mecca in Saudi Arabia for the annual hajj pilgrimage, and visited the Kaaba, Islam's holiest shrine, at the Grand Mosque.
Russia, Saudi fail to agree on oil freeze
6 Sep 2016
Jahangir discusses the meeting between Russia and Saudi Arabia that failed to come to an agreement about a production freeze, the potential for a freeze agreement and the outlook for Saudi stocks.
Suicide bomb hits Islam's second-holiest site in Saudi Arabia
5 Jul 2016
A suicide bombing near the main mosque in Medina, Saudi Arabia, killed four security staff on Monday, on the penultimate day of the holy month of Ramadan.
Saudi Arabia, Egypt agree to build bridge over Red Sea
9 Apr 2016
King Salman of Saudi Arabia says an agreement has been reached with Egypt to build a bridge over the Red Sea connecting the two countries.