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Saudi tribe pardons killer, rejects SR105m in blood money

Gulf News 11 May 2022
The tribe in the Thar governorate in Najran region in south-western Saudi Arabia declared forgiveness after 18-year-mediation pursued by officials and tribal notables, according to Al Ekhbariya TV.
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Over 100,000 motorists used King Fahd Causeway during Eid holidays

Gulf News 07 May 2022
More than 100,000 cars used the King Fahd Causeway that links Saudi Arabia and Bahrain during the Eid Al Fitr holiday, a figure reflecting high density of passengers on the vital bridge a Saudi television reported ... cases in Saudi Arabia.
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Pakistan's Former PM Khan Faces Disputed Blasphemy Charges

Voa News 02 May 2022
The disputed blasphemy charges stemmed from heckling of new Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and his delegation by some Pakistani pilgrims during an official visit last week to Saudi Arabia ... a police complaint, promising to bring to justice those behind the incident in Saudi Arabia.
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Pakistan's Former PMKhan Faces Disputed Blasphemy Charges

Beijing News 02 May 2022
The disputed blasphemy charges stemmed from heckling of new Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and his delegation by some Pakistani pilgrims during an official visit last week to Saudi Arabia ... a police complaint, promising to bring to justice those behind the incident in Saudi Arabia.
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Pakistan’s Former PM Khan Faces Disputed Blasphemy Charges

The Wire 02 May 2022
The disputed blasphemy charges stemmed from heckling of new Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and his delegation by some Pakistani pilgrims during an official visit last week to Saudi Arabia ... a police complaint, promising to bring to justice those behind the incident in Saudi Arabia.
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Turkiye, Saudi Arabia to start ‘new era’ in bilateral ties: President Erdogan

Anadolu Agency 28 Apr 2022
“We didn’t have a negative attitude towards Saudi Arabia in terms of normalizing relations, either commercially, economically, or politically,” Cavusoglu told Turkish news broadcaster A Haber in a televised interview. Turkiye and Saudi Arabia had seen their ties deteriorating in recent years over foreign policy.
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Saudi crown prince defends austerity steps, social loosening

The Associated Press 28 Apr 2022
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman laid out a vigorous defense of his domestic policies and the thinking behind his push to transform Saudi Arabia economically and socially during a wide-ranging interview broadcast across Saudi television channels late Tuesday.
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Iran calls fifth round of Saudi Arabia talks 'positive'

The New Arab 25 Apr 2022
Regional rivals Iran and Saudi Arabia held a fifth round of "positive" ... "The fifth round of talks between Saudi Arabia and Tehran were held in Iraq and the talks were progressive and positive," Khatibzadeh told a televised weekly news conference.
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Iran Confirms Fifth Round of Talks Held With Saudi Arabia

Tolo News 25 Apr 2022
(Reuters) - Regional rivals Iran and Saudi Arabia held a fifth round ... "The fifth round of talks between Saudi Arabia and Tehran were held in Iraq and the talks were progressive and positive," Khatibzadeh told a televised weekly news conference.
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New leaders take office as hope glimmers for war-torn Yemen

The Jordan Times 20 Apr 2022
Ex-president Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi, who fled to Saudi Arabia when the war started in 2015, handed over his "full powers" to the council in a televised address on April 7 ... The Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday that Saudi Arabia pushed the former president to step down, confining him to his home and restricting his communications.
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Yemen’s new leaders sworn in, bring hope to warn-torn country

The Arab Weekly 20 Apr 2022
Former president Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi, who fled to Saudi Arabia when the war started in 2015, handed over his "full powers" to the council in a televised address on April 7, after talks held in Riyadh between various Yemeni protagonists under the auspices of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC).
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As the Iran nuclear deal nears, Saudi Arabia is rebuilding its stake in Lebanon

Egypt Independent 19 Apr 2022
This came to head in 2017 when Hariri, once Saudi Arabia’s main ally in Lebanon , resigned in a televised statement from Riyadh ... Hariri and Saudi Arabia denied those claims ... The comments were made before Kordahi took office, but Saudi Arabia and other Gulf states withdrew their envoys from Beirut after recordings of the criticism resurfaced.
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Saudi Radio and Television Corporation signs strategic partnership with MBC Group

Arab News 19 Apr 2022
Saudi Arabia’s Radio and Television Corporation and MBC Group’s Shahid have signed a strategic partnership ... The partnership is aimed at “conveying the Kingdom’s message, voice and image to the region and the world,” the Saudi Radio and Television Corporation said on Twitter.
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Barcelona icon Pique accused of multimillion-euro Saudi plot

Russia Today 18 Apr 2022
And we press Saudi Arabia and maybe we get more, we tell them if not, Madrid’s not going, and we get one or two more," Pique adds ... As Rubiales gave Pique the green light to explore buyers for television rights, however, Saudi Arabia then emerged as an eventual host.
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Putin, Saudi Crown Prince upbeat on OPEC+

Gulf News 16 Apr 2022
The Crown Prince on Friday spoke with Chinese President Xi Jinping and also discussed Ukraine, according to Chinese state television, which said Beijing is seeking high-level cooperation with Saudi Arabia in energy, trade and high technology.

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