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Custom team recovers approx 32 kgs of gold worth over Rs 15 crores from Jaipur International airport
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UK sanctions Russians and Saudis under new human rights powers
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UK sanctions Saudis, Russians under new Magnitsky powers
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Dominic Raab announces UK's first sanctions for human rights abuse
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Raab introduces sanctions against human right abusers
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Hatice Cengiz appears at Jamal Khashoggi's murder trial in Turkey
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Khashoggi death: 20 go on trial in absentia
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Khashoggi killing: Turkish court puts Saudi suspects on trial in absentia
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Turkey trial of Saudi suspects in Jamal Khashoggi murder begins
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Excessive sugar intake linked with unhealthy fat deposits
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Saudi Arabia To Limit Pilgrims To Perform Hajj
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UN slammed for taking Saudi coalition off child rights blacklist
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Yemen: UAE-backed separatists take control of Socotra
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Saudi coalition shoots down Houthi ballistic missiles and drones
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Houthis launch missile, drone attack on Riyadh
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COVID-19: No Haj this year, application money to be fully refunded, informs Naqvi
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Monkeys enjoy a takeaway meal at an outdoor area in Saudi Arabia’s Taif
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Khashoggi murder: Turkish trial of 20 Saudis opensTwo ex-aides of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman are among 20 on trial in absentia for the killing.
Middle East risks renewed arms race, US warnsThe US and Saudi governments make a joint public appeal to extend an arms embargo on Iran.
Coronavirus: Saudi Arabia bars international pilgrims for HajjOnly a very limited number of Muslims currently living in the kingdom will make the Hajj this year.
Saudi Arabian FA writes to sports bodies after WTO reportThe Saudi Arabian Football Federation acknowledges it has a "responsibility" to help fight broadcasting piracy.
Saudi Arabia to lift coronavirus curfewReligious pilgrimages remain banned but no announcement has yet been made about the annual Hajj.
Saudi proposes framework to end standoff between allies in southern Yemen: sourcesSaudi Arabia has proposed a framework to end the latest standoff in southern Yemen between nominal allies under a Saudi-led coalition, three sources said, as violence escalates with the Iran-aligned..
Saudi-led coalition in Yemen denies killing civilians in Saada air strikeThe Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen on Wednesday denied that an air strike it carried out earlier this week in Saada province had killed civilians, as alleged by Houthi authorities.
Saudi-led coalition asks U.N. to share details of child deaths in YemenA Saudi Arabia-led military coalition fighting in Yemen asked the United Nations on Tuesday to share details of its accusations that the coalition was responsible for 222 child deaths or injuries last..
Newcastle deal could be affected as WTO rules Saudi Arabia broke trade rulesNewcastle United's Saudi Arabian-led takeover could be complicated by a ruling that the country helped breach international piracy laws.
Newcastle takeover could be complicated by WTO ruling on Saudi ArabiaNewcastle United's Saudi Arabian-led takeover could be complicated by a ruling that the country helped breach international piracy laws.
Yemen war: UN takes Saudi-led coalition off child rights blacklistHuman rights groups accuse the secretary general of ignoring evidence of grave violations in Yemen.
Violence surges in Yemen after coronavirus truce expiresThe Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen said it intercepted and destroyed a ballistic missile fired by the Iran-aligned Houthi movement towards the south of the kingdom on Tuesday after intercepting..
Saudi-led coalition cut from U.N. blacklist of warring parties killing childrenU.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Monday removed a Saudi Arabia-led military coalition from a United Nations blacklist, several years after it was first named and shamed for killing and..
Separatists in south Yemen seize convoy with billions of riyals for central bankSouthern separatists in Yemen seized a consignment of billions of riyals intended for the central bank in Aden on Saturday, in a further attempt to wrench control from the Saudi-backed government since..
Saudi-led coalition in Yemen says it destroyed missile targeting Saudi ArabiaThe Saudi-led military coalition in Yemen said on Saturday it had intercepted and destroyed a ballistic missile targeting the Saudi Arabian border city of Najran.
Iran rejects U.N. report that arms 'of Iranian origin' used in Saudi attacksIran on Friday rejected a United Nations report that said cruise missiles used in attacks on oil facilities and an airport in Saudi Arabia last year were of "Iranian origin", saying it had been drawn..
Arms seized by U.S., missiles used to attack Saudi Arabia 'of Iranian origin': U.N.Cruise missiles used in several attacks on oil facilities and an international airport in Saudi Arabia last year were of "Iranian origin," U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres told the Security..
Saudi Arabia will resume sports activities, without fans starting from June 21Saudi Arabia will resume its sports activities without fans starting from June 21, taking all precautions and preventive measures, state media said on Friday.
State Dept. discouraged probe of Saudi arms sale, fired U.S. official saysA U.S. State Department inspector general fired by President Donald Trump told lawmakers the department discouraged him from investigating arms sales to Saudi Arabia before he was dismissed last month,..
Pompeo declined interview on Saudi arms sale, fired inspector general saysA State Department inspector general fired by President Donald Trump last month told lawmakers that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo would not sit for an interview about the decision to justify arms..
Spain ex-king Juan Carlos probed over Saudi rail dealA Supreme Court inquiry aims to find out if the king received any undeclared payments.
Stocks rally on quick economic revival hopes, oil slidesGlobal equity markets surged on Monday, with the Nasdaq hitting a record high on hopes of a quick recovery from the coronavirus slump, while oil slid after Saudi Arabia said new output cuts by producer..
Saudi Arabia considers limiting haj pilgrims amid COVID-19 fearsSaudi Arabia could drastically limit numbers at the annual haj pilgrimage to prevent a further outbreak of coronavirus after cases in the country topped 100,000, sources familiar with the matter said..
Spain's supreme court investigates former king in Saudi caseSpain's supreme court prosecutor has opened an investigation into former King Juan Carlos in connection with a high-speed train contract in Saudi Arabia, piling pressure on a once-popular monarch who..
Saudi coronavirus cases exceed 100,000The number of coronavirus cases in Saudi Arabia exceeded 100,000 on Sunday following a rise in new infections over the past ten days.
OPEC, allies coordinating to hold Saturday meeting: Saudi ArabiaSaudi Arabia's energy minister said on Friday that OPEC and its allies, a group known as OPEC+, were working to hold their oil output policy meeting on Saturday.
Saudi Arabia reimposes curfew in Jeddah for two weeks: SPA agencySaudi Arabia has reimposed a curfew in the Red Sea city of Jeddah 3 p.m to 6 a.m for two weeks starting on Saturday due to the spread of the coronavirus, and suspended work in offices, state news..
Coronavirus frustrates Saudi women's push for financial independenceAbeer al-Howayan despaired of ever working after spending eight years trying to find a job that would put her chemistry degree to use in the Saudi Arabian town of Al Ula.
Fired U.S. State Department watchdog confirms probe of Saudi arms saleA State Department inspector general abruptly fired by President Donald Trump last month confirmed on Wednesday that he was investigating the declaration of a "national emergency" to justify arms sales..
Yemen pledging drive hopes to raise $2.4 billion to save aid ops as virus spreadsThe United Nations and Saudi Arabia host a pledging conference for war-ravaged Yemen on Tuesday to help raise some $2.4 billion as funding shortages imperil the world's biggest aid operation.
Saudi-led coalition says shot down two drones launched by Yemen's Houthis: agencyThe Saudi-led coalition has shot down two drones launched by Yemen's Houthi group in the direction of Saudi Arabia, the state-run Saudi Press Agency said, citing a coalition spokesman.
Saudi Arabia reopens mosques with strict regulations for worshippersSaudi Arabia's mosques opened their doors to worshippers on Sunday for the first time in more than two months as the kingdom, the birthplace of Islam, eased restrictions imposed to combat the..
Saudi Arabia confirms virtual donors conference for Yemen with U.N.Saudi Arabia confirmed it will host a virtual donors conference next week for Yemen together with the United Nations which said the conflict-riven nation risked being overwhelmed by the coronavirus.
Six killed in Saudi Arabia in shooting incident: state news agencySaudi Arabian police in Assir, a region close to the Yemeni border, are investigating after a shooting incident in which six citizens died on Tuesday, state-run news agency SPA reported on Wednesday.
Missile attack on Yemen army base in Marib kills seven: sourcesHouthi fighters in Yemen fired missiles at a military base of the Saudi-backed government in Marib province, northeast of the capital Sanaa, on Tuesday, killing seven people including relatives of the..
Saudi Arabia allows mosques to open for Friday prayersSaudi Arabia will allow mosques to open for Friday prayers, state TV reported on Tuesday, as the kingdom eases restrictions on movement to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
Saudi Arabia to end curfew on June 21, except in MeccaSaudi Arabia will begin easing restrictions on movement and travel this week, more than two months after stringent measures were introduced to help curb the spread of the novel coronavirus.