This is how Saudi Arabia is investing in its economic future
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G20 leaders call for worldwide coordinated response to COVID-19 pandemic
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Israel's Netanyahu tight-lipped on Saudi meeting
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Netanyahu met MBS, Pompeo in Saudi Arabia: Israeli media
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Saudi acrobatic planes perform flyover to mark start of G20 summit
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PM Modi participates in virtual G20Riyadh Summit
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Saudi Arabia reaps the wrong kind of PR as G20 host
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Virtual G20 hosted in Saudi Arabia amid human rights criticisms and coronavirus pandemic
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US security adviser names first step to solving Qatar blockade
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Saudi Arabia accused of using golf tournament to 'sportswash' its human rights record
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One arrested after Saudi embassy sprayed with gunfire
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Saudi Arabia: 4 wounded in bomb blast at WWI memorial in Jeddah
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First Arab woman on the European Tour sees Saudi event as step forward
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UAE-produced Saudi soap opera heralds new era for regional TV drama
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Saudi Arabia to host Formula One night race in 2021
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Plans Unveiled For Amazing Cave Resort In Saudi Arabian Desert
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