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Saudi-led coalition announced interception of Houthi missile on Saturday, while Yemeni movement denies responsibility
Saudi Arabia, Qatar reopen borders as part of reconciliation deal
Saudi Arabia and Qatar will reopen land, air and sea borders starting Monday, Kuwait’s Foreign Minister Sheikh Ahmad Nasser Al-Mohammad Al-Sabah said
Summit expected to attend mainly to relations with Iran, its nuclear programme
Still, non-Saudi citizens should spend at least 14 days outside the countries identified as places where the new COVID-19 strain has broken out before entry
Egypt’s Minister of Manpower Mohamed Saafan has followed the investigation into the assault of an Egyptian Pharmacist whilst at work in Saudi Arabia, according to a ministry statement on Saturday.
Saudi-led coalition warplanes struck targets in Yemen’s Houthi-held capital Sanaa, on Thursday, in retaliation for an attack on the Aden Airport as the Riyadh-backed government arrived there.
Egypt’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs is closely following investigations into the murder of Egyptian teacher Hani Abdel Tawab Saad in Saudi Arabia.
A royal decree approved by cabinet on Tuesday estimated revenues at 849bn riyals and expenditures at 990bn riyals, the Saudi Press Agency reported
Egyptian government is keen to ensure the fund’s success, says Egypt’s Prime Minister
Saudi Arabian-led Arab Coalition in Yemen destroyed a booby-trapped boat to thwart a terrorist attack, resulting in damages to a Greek oil tanker.
Egypt seeks to preserve heritage of whole world: Al-Anani
This came during the committee’s 26th meeting that took place recently, chaired by Ghadeer Hegazy, Assistant Minister of International Cooperation, and Hasan Al-Attas, Director-General of Operation at the Saudi Fund for Development, as well as representatives of the AlexBank.
The downturn has been attributed to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and lower oil prices, despite the government’s strong commitment to fiscal consolidation.
UN International Organization for Migration (IOM) estimates that 2,000 Ethiopians remain stranded on Yemeni side of borders, without food, water or healthcare
Pilgrimages will be allowed to take place at full capacity as in previous years, once risks associated with coronavirus pandemic come to an end
If no treatment or vaccine is found for COVID-19, Umrah season for 2021 will be symbolic, says Alaa El Ghamri
Five reported injured in drone attack on area close to Yemen-Saudi Arabia border
EETC to receive technical, financial offers from consulting firms until 1 October
Saudi-led coalition intercepted Houthi explosive drones, according to statement
Houthi drone loaded with explosives was intercepted over Abha Airport on Sunday
Pilgrims on Monday bade farewell to Mecca after Hajj rituals were concluded. Exceptional Hajj season included a limited number of pilgrims due to COVID-19
Small number of Muslims taking part in this year’s Hajj, usually one of world’s biggest religious gatherings
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Al-Sisi, Shoukry meet Saudi Arabia’s Foreign Minister in Cairo to discuss regional issues
Egypt’s Foreign Minister also said that the spread of terrorist groups in some countries in the Middle East threatens Arab national security.
During a phone call between the two heads of state, King Salman expressed his appreciation for President Al-Sisi’s concern, saying that the call reflects the depth of Egyptian-Saudi relations.
Pilgrims of 160 nationalities, 70 of whom are foreign residents in the kingdom, would take part in this year’s Hajj season.
Touching Holy Kaaba and Black Stone will be banned during annual pilgrimage
Saudi decision will cost Egypt’s tourism, aviation companies about EGP 2.5bn, says Yasser Sultan