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Hillary Clinton challenges FBI, declaring there's no case here

Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has forcefully challenged the FBI's new email inquiry declaring there's no case here.Clinton's comme...


Georgia announces visa-free travel for Saudis and expats

JEDDAH: Saudis can now travel to Georgia without a visa, according to Georgian Ambassador George Janjgava who visited Jeddah recently.Janjgava made th...


Saudi Arabia appoints new finance minister

JEDDAH: Saudi Arabia has appointed Capital Market Authority Chairman Mohammed Al-Jadaan as its new finance minister by royal decree, replacing Ibrahim...


Counter Cybersecurity Threats in the Middle East

The Middle East has a history of high-profile targeted cyberattacks against oil and gas (O&G) infrastructure. The massive cyberattack on Saudi Arm...


World's Biggest Operator of Onshore Oil Rigs to Form Drilling Venture With Saudis

Nabors Industries Ltd., the world’s biggest operator of onshore oil rigs, will form a joint drilling venture with Saudi Arabia’s national oil company,...


BA’s Boeing 777 splash down in Oman after first direct flight to Muscat from London

British Airways’ new direct flight between Oman and London touched down at Muscat International Airport on Monday morning as the carrier refocuses its...


Saudi Arabia approves real estate fund rules

RIYADH — The Saudi Capital Market Authority Board has approved on Sunday (Oct. 30) the final version of the Real Estate Investment Traded Funds Instru...


Syrian Woman, Children Found Dead In Danish Freezer

DENMARK:  Danish police said on Monday they found the bodies of a slain Syrian refugee and her two young daughters in a freezer in their apartmen...


Asked For Anniversary Gift, He Divorced Me Instead: Imran Khan's Ex-Wife Reham

ISLAMABAD:  Imran Khan's ex-wife Reham has claimed that she had asked the cricketer-turned-politician for a wedding anniversary gift last year bu...


Iraqi special forces advances near Mosul from east

Iraqi special forces are advancing on the Islamic State-held city of Mosul from the east under heavy fire, inching closer to the city’s limits.Brig. G...


Gold jumps to nearly four-week high on FBI Clinton probe

Gold rose 1 percent to the highest level in nearly four weeks on Friday, extending gains late in the session after the FBI said it will further invest...


478 expat medical professionals lose KSU jobs

TAIF — The Replacement Administration in the Ministry of Civil Service has refused to renew the contracts of 478 expat medical professionals working a...


Saudi says foiled plot to bomb World Cup qualifier

Saudi authorities said Sunday they had foiled a plot to bomb a football stadium during a World Cup qualifying match and dismantled two “terrorist” cel...


FBI obtains warrant to search newly found emails: Officials

The FBI has obtained a warrant to begin reviewing newly discovered emails that may be relevant to the Hillary Clinton email server investigation, a la...


Gunmen try to enter Pak school, open fire

Two armed men tried to enter a school in Pakistan's Punjab province today and opened fire, injuring a school guard, but their bid was thwarted by secu...


Barack Obama celebrates Diwali at White House

US President Barack Obama has celebrated Diwali by lighting the first-ever diya in the Oval Office of the White House and hoped that his successors wo...


300 million children breathe heavily toxic air: UNICEF

Some 300 million children live with outdoor air so polluted it can cause serious physical damage, including harming their developing brains, the Unite...


EU, Canada sign landmark CETA deal

European Union, EU and Canada have signed a landmark trade deal. The deal was signed by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and top European Union ...


17 killed in series of blasts in Iraq

In Iraq, at least 17 people were killed and more than 60 others injured when a series of five bombs struck Shiite neighborhoods in Baghdad.A parked ca...


Turkey sacks 10,000 govt employees

Turkey said it had dismissed a further 10,000 civil servants and closed 15 more media outlets over suspected links with terrorist organisations and US...

Turkey fires more than 10,000 public officials

Turkey continues its crackdown on government opponents following a coup attempt in July.Under a legislative decree published Saturday, Turkish authorities fired more than 10,000 public servants for al...


Italy rocked by strongest earthquake to strike the country in 36 years

A powerful earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.6 on Sunday rocked the same area of central and southern Italy hit by the quake in August and ...


Russia sending three submarines towards Syria in preparation for major assault on Aleppo

Three Russian submarines armed with cruise missiles have reportedly joined a naval battle force heading towards Syria.The Royal Navy and Nato have bee...


Indian working for an airline arrested for facilitating the entry of people who had been deported from Kuwait

KUWAIT: An Indian working for an airline was arrested for facilitating the entry of people who had been deported from Kuwait and helping them get resi...


Kuwait not isolated from Mideast turmoil, challenges: Ambassador

LONDON: The current turmoil and tension in the Middle East is affecting all regional countries and that also includes Kuwait, said Kuwaiti Ambassador ...

Saudi air strike kills 45 in Yemen

Arab coalition warplanes have struck a prison in the Yemeni city of Hodeidah, killing 45 people including inmates, officials in the Houthi-controlled Red Sea port say.The prison in the city's al-Zaydi...


Yemeni tribes joind hands to counter Saudi aggression

Yemeni tribes in different provinces have joined forces to counter the deadly Saudi aggression against their country, vowing revenge for the blood of ...


UK to open permanent military base in Bahrain: Report

The United Kingdom will open a massive permanent military base in Bahrain and deploy warships in the Persian Gulf, a new report has revealed.The milit...


Russia Kicked Out Of UN Human Rights Council; Saudi Arabia Reelected

Yesterday, for the first time since 2006, Russia failed to be re-elected for a spot on the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) - which until July was chai...


The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Needs Money

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia raised a record-shattering $17.5 billion in the debt markets last week with its debut sovereign bond rating.The deal was o...

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