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Latest Saudi Government Items
A Saudi Arabian air force sergeant got new lawyers Wednesday and a new court date at which he'll be sentenced to Nevada state prison for raping a 13-year-old California boy at a Las Vegas Strip hotel.
Garbage is piling up on streets around the mosque housing the burial site of the Prophet Muhammad. Grocery stores have shut their doors and almost half of Saudi Arabia's small construction firms have stopped working on projects.
One million fewer Muslims have converged on Saudi Arabia this week to observe the hajj pilgrimage to Mecca, but an outbreak of a respiratory virus and construction to accommodate the growing number of pilgrims forced officials to restrict crowds.
Missile strikes make weak presidents feel strong, but accomplish little else
Saudi Arabia's surprising decision to support Egypt's military leaders in their bloody crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood has split the Arab world in two.
A Saudi Arabian activist said his government provided Egypt's military with $1 billion to stage a coup against former president Mohammed Morsi and install interim leadership.
You just can't please the apple-knockers, soreheads and doom-criers. Everyone who ever sat in a long line back in the 1970s, waiting for an hour or two to get a few gallons of gasoline, often entertained himself with a fantasy of big oil strikes to put the Saudi princes in their place, preferably on a planet in an obscure universe far, far away.
The U.S. received a written warning about Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev in 2012 by Saudi Arabia, a government head with the kingdom said Tuesday.
New figures out Monday show international enrollment at U.S. colleges and universities grew nearly 6 percent last year, driven by a 23-percent increase from China, even as total enrollment was leveling out. But perhaps more revealing is where much of the growth is concentrated: big, public land-grant colleges, notably in the Midwest.