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  • CAIRO (AP) — Saudi Arabia’s powerful crown prince has arrived in Egypt for a visit meant to deepen the alliance between two of the region’s powerhouses. Soon after Prince Mohammed bin Salman touched down in Cairo Sunday, Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi’s office also said “regional issues” and Egypt’s fight against Islamic militants were discussed by […]...
    Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman landed in the Egyptian capital on Sunday at the start of his first foreign tour as heir to the throne.A......
    CAIRO (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia's Mohammed Bin Salman arrived in Egypt on Sunday, Cairo airport sources said, on his first public trip abroad since......
    This comes one day ahead of Saudi crown prince's Cairo visit ■ The plan was announced in 2016 and has since been mired in political protest and legal action, causing tensions between the two countries...
    In his first visit to Saudi Arabia since his bizarre resignation late last year, Saad Hariri posted a casual photo with Mohammed bin Salman conveying 'business as usual'...
    Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman enjoys the support of many young Saudis, who suffer from high unemployment — but will his economic reform plans succeed? Sam Bollier reports....
    Authored James M Dorsey via 'The Turbulent World of Mid-East Soccer' blog,The Middle East’s nuclear technology clock is ticking as nations pursue peaceful capabilities that potentially leave the door open to future military options.Concern about a nuclear arms race is fuelled by uncertainty over the future of Iran’s 2015 nuclear agreement, a seeming US willingness to weaken its strict export safeguards in pursuit of economic advantage, and a willingness by suppliers such as Russia and China to ignore risks involved in weaker controls.The Trump administration  was mulling loosening controls to...
    Authored by Darius Shahtahmasebi via TheAntiMedia.org,Last week, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates announced a grant of $160 million for “development projects” in the Maldives, a country located in the Indian ocean that is currently battling an economic and political crisis.“As part of the support of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, the Saudi Fund for Development and the Abu Dhabi Fund for Development has pledged $160 million in support of the Maldives and its brotherly people for the development projects including the airport development and fisheries...
    Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s visit gives Theresa May a chance to show backbone on human rights. Or she could sell more weaponsRemember Raif Badawi? He is the blogger who was sentenced in 2012 to 10 years in jail, and 1,000 lashes, for daring to advocate respect for human rights, secularism and democracy in his native Saudi Arabia. When he received a first batch of 50 lashes in a public square in Jeddah in 2015 it nearly killed him. An international outcry ensued. Since then, Badawi has not been flogged again....
    The kingdom’s women can now drive, join the military, visit sports arenas and cinemas – with other changes plannedNada Qahtani and the seven women with her gathered expectantly in the atrium of the National Museum. Draped in black abayas, their faces shielded by masks that left only their eyes exposed, the group had not seen the building before and knew little about what was inside.A giant new poster of one of Saudi Arabia’s ancient sites covered most of a wall ahead. And a collection of artefacts, predating the Islamic era,...

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