Latest in Tag: Saudi Highlight
Latest in Tag: Saudi
Daily News Egypt sat down with the company’s CEO, Ramez Mohamed, to discuss its operations, challenges to start-ups and investors in Egypt, and future vision.
The Saudi monarch makes rare, short stop in Egypt on his way back from Morocco
King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud expected to meet with Al-Sisi during short visit
Judiciary committee assessing Muslim Brotherhood funds seizes two companies and their administration pending charges faced by owners, Khairat El-Shater and Abdel Rahman Al-Seoudi
A shortage of natural gas was limiting its domestic growth
Obama’s upcoming visit to Riyadh will do little to ease Saudi concerns over the new course of American foreign policy
Fishermen were arrested for violating the Gulf country’s territorial waters
Security forces had previously arrested the accused on similar charges, but freed them after they signed a pledge not to take part in such activities again.
United Arab Emirates praises recent Saudi decision to list the Brotherhood as a terrorist organisation
Saudi Arabia’s measure advanced 1.1% to its highest level since July 2008, while trading volume jumped to its highest in almost two years.
The move represents a major escalation against the Brotherhood of deposed Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi and indicates rising concern in Riyadh over the potential risks to domestic security of Saudi extremists fighting in Syria.
Egypt’s army-backed government is trying to attract foreign money back into the country and create jobs to ease social discontent as it manages the biggest Arab nation’s difficult transition to elections this year.
Pakistan makes its own version of Chinese shoulder-launched anti-aircraft missiles, known as Anza, and anti-tank rockets– both of which Riyadh is trying to get for the rebels
Florist Hussein came up with a simple solution to a ban on red tokens of love: he filled his window with white roses, orange irises and violet hydrangeas
QNB Financial Services accounted for 25% of transactions in the Qatari market, the biggest share.
Egyptian-Saudi Council Chairman Abdallah Bin-Mahfouz revealed that the Saudi side proposed the amendments to the interim President Adly Mansour at the GCC Economic Forum held in Egypt.
Large numbers of Saudi businessmen expressed interest in investing in Egypt during the association’s launch party last Thursday.
The two companies are looking at a number of new investment opportunities in real estate and tourism in Cairo and satellite cities.
The kingdom had budgeted for revenues of $221 billion in 2013, and an expenditure of $218.7 billion.
The five-year sentence and 300 lashes meted out by a Jeddah court against Ahmed Al-Gizawy are now final
Saudi Arabia was the first overseas destination for Interim President Adly Mansour
Reuters – Six mortar bombs landed near a border post in northern Saudi Arabia in an attack claimed by an Iranian-backed Iraqi Shi’a militia, which said on Thursday it was warning the kingdom to stop meddling in Iraqi affairs. The mortar rounds hit desert on the far northwestern fringes of the kingdom’s oil-producing region on Wednesday, several …
By James M. Dorsey A vast majority of Saudis favour women having the right to fully engage in sports in a country that has no official facilities for female athletes or physical education programmes for girls in schools, according to a Saudi sociology researcher, who has put forward a series of recommendations at a time …
Saudi envoy to the United Nations Abdullah al-Mouallimi wrote to UN leader Ban Ki-moon to inform him of the move and reaffirm a Saudi protest over the way the council has acted over the Syria conflict.
One of the videos uploaded to YouTube shows a woman cloaked in black and wearing dark sunglasses driving a car in an area of the Saudi capital, apparently without being stopped.
Activists have called on social networks for Saudi women to go behind the wheel on Saturday, in a campaign in the world’s only country that bans women from driving
The Saudi government rejected the seat one day after it was elected into the UN body
Mixed Views of Saudi Influence, Record on Civic Freedoms
Activist Waleed Abulkhair was arrested for holding “unauthorised” gatherings with reformists
Russia and the United States have been trying for months to organise an international peace conference between Assad’s regime and the opposition, but so far to no avail