Saudi-led coalition announces ceasefire in five-year Yemen war; move aimed, in part, to avoid potential coronavirus outbreak
The ceasefire will go into effect at midday on Thursday for two weeks and is open to extension
Thirty-five foreigners killed, four injured in Saudi Arabia's Madinah after bus crashes with heavy vehicle
Thirty-five foreigners were killed and four others injured after a bus crashed with another heavy vehicle in western Saudi Arabia, state media said on Thursday.
Imran Khan visits Iran to act as 'facilitator' between Tehran and Riyadh amid rising tensions in the Gulf
Imran Khan visited Iran on Sunday on a mission to act as a 'facilitator' between Tehran and Riyadh and try to defuse rising tensions in the Gulf.
Imran Khan discusses situation in Kashmir with Saudi, UAE foreign ministers amid tensions with India over Article 370
Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday discussed the situation in Kashmir with visiting foreign ministers of Saudi Arabia and the UAE
Saudi Arabia began implementing a landmark reform allowing women over the age of 21 to receive passports and travel abroad without permission from a male 'guardian', authorities said.
Saudi Arabia derecognises Pakistan’s PG medical degree programmes; hundreds of medics asked to leave or 'be ready' to be deported
Saudi Arabia has derecognised postgraduate medical degree programmes of Pakistan and asked several Pakistani doctors in the kingdom to be ready to leave or be deported, according to a media report on Wednesday.
US-Iran tensions: Tehran says it has breached stockpile limit on low-enriched uranium under 2015 nuclear deal
Iran acknowledged it had broken the limit set on its stockpile of low-enriched uranium by the 2015 nuclear deal, marking its first major departure from the unraveling agreement a year after the US unilaterally withdrew from the accord.
Jamal Khashoggi case: Independent UN rights expert says there is 'credible evidence' linking Saudi Arabia's crown prince to killing
There is 'credible evidence' linking Saudi Arabia's crown prince to the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi last October, an independent UN rights expert said Wednesday, calling for an international investigation.
US releases footage of 'Iran removing unexploded mine' from oil tanker, Tehran dismisses 'unfounded' allegations
The United States military released a video showing Iran's Revolutionary Guard removing an unexploded mine from one of the oil tankers targeted near the Strait of Hormuz.
Pakistan to receive Saudi oil for 3 years on deferred payments from July; move may ease woes of South Asian nation's weakening economy
In a tweet, late Wednesday, Prime Minister's Advisor on Finance Abdul Hafeez Shaikh said Saudi Arabia will supply oil to Pakistan worth $3.2 billion per year on deferred payments for three years.
Tension flares up in Gulf after 4 Saudi ships are mysteriously 'sabotaged'; US warns Iran against any misadventures
Turning up the pressure on Tehran after the United States deployed B-52 bombers, President Donald Trump warned that Iran would 'suffer greatly' was it to 'do anything' to threaten US interests
Donald Trump's dilemma over Jamal Khashoggi's murder: Preserve US-Saudi alliance or declare crown prince a murderer?
US President Donald Trump has refrained from attacking Prince Mohammed bin Salman ever since Jamal Khashoggi, a veteran Saudi journalist who had written articles critical of Riyadh for The Washington Post, was killed at a Saudi consulate on 2 October.
Daily bulletin: Sabarimala temple opens today, new allegations against MJ Akbar, Hurricane Michael toll rises; top stories
Sabarimala temple reopens today, Amit Shah to launch BJP's poll campaign in Mizoram today, the hunt for BSP leader's son who brandished gun in Delhi still persists - here are the day's top stories
Saudi authorities arrest Egyptian man over 'offensive' breakfast video with woman, urge expats to respect value, traditions of society
The footage, which sparked outrage on social media in the ultra-conservative kingdom, showed the pair sharing a meal at a desk. The woman, draped head-to-toe in Islamic niqab, is seen waving to the camera and feeding the man — who was filming — with her hand.
Women in Saudi Arabia are not allowed to mix in public with men who are unrelated to them
A Saudi-led coalition backing Yemen's exiled government began an assault today on Yemen's port city of Hodeida, a crucial battle in the 3-year-old conflict that aid agency warned could push the Arab world's poorest country into further chaos
Yemen army with coalition forces converges on port city of Hodeida, seeks to liberate it from Houthi rebels
Forces from Yemen, along with coalition forces are ready to take control of the rebel- held city of Hodeida. They seek to liberate the city from the Huthi- Islamic political, armed movement.
Saudi Arabia issues drone restrictions day after security forces shoot down device hovering over royal palace
Saudi Arabia’s interior ministry on Sunday instructed drone enthusiasts to obtain permission to fly the devices until regulations were finalised, a day after security forces shot down a recreational drone near the king’s palace in Riyadh.
Saudi forces shoot down unidentified drone hovering over royal palaces; govt rules out security breach
Saudi forces on Saturday shot down an unidentified toy drone that hovered over a Riyadh neighbourhood home to royal palaces, state media said
King Salman replaces top Saudi military commanders, including chief of staff; no reason given for overhaul
Saudi king Salman on Monday replaced top military commanders including the chief of staff, state media said, in a major shake-up of the kingdom's defence establishment