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Finally, Women Can Now Drive In Saudi Arabia

Women in Saudi Arabia can rejoice now as they will now be allowed to drive in the country. King Salman issued an order on September 26th to allow women to drive cars on public roads. The historical decision strips the nation from the tag of being the only nation in …

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Saudi Arabia Arrests 22 For Exhibiting Public Feelings

Saudi Arabia has detained 22 people, including a Qatari national for ‘inciting public feelings’ on social media, authorities reported. The arrested had posted video clips online and their motives were being investigated. “Their number is 22 people, one of them Qatari, and the rest are Saudis. Their motives and links …

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Saudi’s Move Proves That Siege Countries Are No Longer Safe For Investments

Saudi Arabian authorities have shut down Ali Bin Ali Watches and Jewellery Stores in Jeddah citing lack of necessary licenses. The move reaffirms various local and international experts warning that siege nations were no longer safe for investments, if a diplomatic dispute arises between their country and one of the …

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Trump Wants To End The Crisis Through Dialogue, Says FM

HE the Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani said that the US President Donald Trump was keen on ending the crisis in the region through dialogue between the disputed parties. He said that Trump had a ‘greater desire’ to end the crisis and that Trump “doesn’t want to see conflict …

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Houthi Leader Warns Saudi Arabia

Yemen’s Houthi leader Abdel-Malek al-Houthi said in his recorded speech that his group could target Saudi oil tankers if the Kingdom attack Yemen’s main port at Hodeidah. “We could target Saudi oil tankers and we could do anything, we have not done this before,” he said. He added that his …

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