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Many participating countries have built original pavilions to represent their nations at Expo 2020 in Dubai.
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It was a day of celebration even before kickoff against Tottenham on Sunday at St. James’ Park with Newcastle under Saudi ownership.
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A remotely-piloted boat laden with explosives targeted a Saudi port on Tuesday, according to reports from the state-run Saudi press agency.
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An ambitious regeneration plan has seen this once important but long-forgotten region of Saudi Arabia transformed into a global destination for culture, art and nature tourism.
Saudi activist Loujain al-Hathloul awarded 2020 Vaclav Havel prize
Loujain al-Hathloul received the Council of Europe's Václav Havel Human Rights Prize. The activist had pushed to end a ban on women driving in Saudi Arabia.
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One of the most spectacular regions in Saudi Arabia has undergone a transformation, putting it right to the top of the must-visit list.
Jamal Khashoggi's fiancée calls for Saudi Prince to 'be punished'
"If the Crown Prince is not punished, it will forever signal that the main culprit can get away with murder which will endanger us all and be a strain on our humanity," Hatice Cengiz wrote on Monday.
Jamal Khashoggi: Saudi Arabia rejects US intelligence report
The US report claimed Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman authorised the operation to 'capture or kill' journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Biden talks 'human rights' in Saudi call ahead of Khashoggi report
US President Joe Biden has his first phone call with Saudi King Salman ahead of the the release of a new US intelligence report on the Jamal Khashoggi killing.
Yemenis displaced as push to capture city of Marib continues
Earlier this month, the Houthi rebels resumed a push to capture the city of Marib, located 120 kilometres east of the rebel-held capital Sanaa.
Jailed Chinese lawyer Yu Wensheng wins human rights award
Allegedly tortured while in prison in China, Yu Wensheng switched from being a successful corporate lawyer to fighting for human rights before he was arrested.
Saudi Arabia releases women's driving activist after three years
Saudi Arabia releases women's driving activist after three years in jail
President Biden ends support for Yemen offensive in diplomacy reset
US President Joe Biden said he would withdraw US support for the Saudi-led offensive in Yemen in his first major foreign policy speech.
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The Future Investment Initiative (FII) Institute believes the world in 2021 has a chance to embrace an era of re-invention – a Neo-Renaissance – similar to the grandiose period of history stretching through the 14th and 17th centuries.
Rights groups calls for boycott of Dakar Rally over 'sportswashing'
One of the groups is supporting women’s rights activist Loujain al-Hathloul who was jailed last month after being found guilty of spying and conspiring against the kingdom. But many believe she was arrested for campaigning for women’s right to drive in Saudi Arabia.
Qatar and Saudi Arabia officially end three-year feud at GCC summit
The boycott of Qatar by its Arab neighbours in 2017 was designed to weaken the country's emir, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani, but it only emboldened the young leader and led to a surge of domestic support.
Saudi Arabia will open land, air borders with Qatar after blockade
It is the first step towards ending a diplomatic crisis that has deeply divided regional allies since 2017.
Saudi women's rights activist sentenced to nearly six years in prison
The prominent activist, Loujain al-Hathloul, who campaigned to end Saudi Arabia's ban on women driving has been sentenced to nearly six years in prison.
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Saudi Arabia is experiencing an economic slump due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the collapse of oil prices.
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G20: Calls for worldwide coordinated response to COVID-19 pandemic
World leaders at the first virtual G20 summit, hosted this year by Saudi Arabia, called for COVID-19 vaccines for all countries and globally coordinated response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Saudi Arabia's King Salman launches G20 summit in Riyadh
Saudi Arabia's King Salman officially launches the G20 summit in a first for an Arab nation, with the virtual forum dominated by efforts to tackle the coronavirus pandemic and the worst global recession in decades.
Virtual G20 hosted in Saudi Arabia amid human rights criticisms
International rights groups have called for countries to boycott the event, demanding that authorities release dissidents and women's rights activists who have been detained.
Saudi Arabia accused of 'sportswashing' its human rights record
Amnesty International said Saudi Arabia's hosting of a golf tournament was 'pure hypocrisy' given its alleged human rights abuses.
Shots fired at Saudi Arabian embassy in The Hague, Netherlands
Bullet holes were left across the outside of the building and its windows after the early morning shooting.