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Nigeria records 276 new coronavirus cases, total now 8344
Saudi Arabia to end virus curfew next month
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Saudi Arabia said Tuesday it will end its nationwide coronavirus curfew from June 21, except in the holy city of Mecca, after more than two months of stringent curbs.
The rock and the hard place
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The battle against the dreaded pandemic, COVID-19 is still raging four months after we started confronting the monster.
Khashoggi's fiancee says 'no one has right' to pardon killers
The Turkish fiancee of murdered Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi said Friday "no one" had the right to pardon his murderers after his sons said they "forgive" the killers.
Sons of murdered Saudi journalist Khashoggi say 'forgive' killers
The sons of murdered Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi said Friday that they "forgive" the killers of their father.
Trump defends firing watchdog said to probe Pompeo, Saudi arms
US President Donald Trump said Monday he was fully justified in firing an internal watchdog who was reportedly probing Secretary of State Mike Pompeo over alleged misuse of staff as well as an arms deal with Saudi Arabia.
Saudi to cut oil output by another 1 mn barrels a day
Saudi Arabia said Monday it had asked oil giant Aramco to cut an additional one million barrels per day from June, to support prices that have crashed during the coronavirus crisis.
Saudi triples VAT, halts govt handouts in austerity drive
Saudi Arabia's finance minister on Monday said the kingdom will triple its Value Added Tax (VAT) and halt monthly handout payments to citizens in new austerity measures amid a coronavirus-led economic slump.
Saudi Arabia installs new sterilization gates at Masjid Al Haram
A new advanced self-sterilization gate equipped with the latest technologies has been installed at Masjid Al Haram as part of the precautionary measures that to curb the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.
Jailed Saudi princess fears coronavirus risk in prison
A year after landing in jail without charge, her mercy plea unanswered by Saudi rulers and in fear of a coronavirus outbreak behind bars, a prominent princess did the unthinkable -- and went public.
Saudi Arabia abolishes flogging
Saudi Arabia has abolished flogging as a punishment, the supreme court announced, hailing the latest in a series of "human rights advances" made by the king and his powerful son.
Saudi announces Ramadan starts Friday amid virus fears
Saudi Arabia, home to Islam's holiest shrines, has announced that the holy fasting month of Ramadan will start Friday, as Muslims worldwide face unprecedented restrictions
How to begin the month of Ramadan
Once again, the Muslim world is on the march. Once again, the spiritual rendezvous is here. You and I owe much gratitude to the Almighty for the uncommon privileges He has afforded us.