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Topic - Saudi Press Agency
The Saudi press agency (SPA) was established in 1971 as the first national news agency. The main goal of its establishment was to serve as a central body to collect and distribute local and international news in the kingdom of Saudi Arabia and abroad. - Source: Wikipedia
Saudi Arabia police arrested two foreigners on Friday who are believed to have ties to an al Qaeda offshoot in Yemen that was plotting a suicide attack in the region.
Seven Saudi men convicted of theft, looting and armed robbery were beheaded on Wednesday, according to the country's official news agency, more than a week after their families and a rights group appealed to the king for clemency.
Saudi Arabia says a senior prince and former defense minister has died.
The State Department recently denied $2 million in grants to a Russian research institute over concerns the money would be used to boost Moscow's advanced nuclear missile work.
Saudi Arabia's ruling monarchy moved into a critical period of realignment Saturday after the death of the heir to the throne opened the way for a new crown prince: most likely a tough-talking interior minister who has led crackdowns on Islamic militants but also has shown favor to ultraconservative traditions such as keeping the ban on women voting.
Saudi King Abdullah arrived Tuesday in New York for medical treatment, the country's official news agency reported, after he temporarily handed control of the world's top oil producer and key American ally to his half brother and heir to the throne the day before.