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Saudi Arabia Sentences Atheist to Death for Renouncing Islam - Conatus News;

Saudi Arabia Sentences Atheist to Death for Renouncing Islam - Conatus News

Conatus NewsSaudi Arabia Sentences Atheist to Death for Renouncing IslamConatus NewsAn atheist in Saudi Arabia has been sentenced to death after uploading videos renouncing Islam and the Prophet Mohammed on social media – which led to him being charged with atheism and blasphemy. The deeply religious country's Supreme Court ruled ...and more »

Is This Corporate Media Pundit Saudi Arabia's Biggest Cheerleader in the U.S.? - AlterNet;

Is This Corporate Media Pundit Saudi Arabia's Biggest Cheerleader in the U.S.? - AlterNet

AlterNetIs This Corporate Media Pundit Saudi Arabia's Biggest Cheerleader in the U.S.?AlterNetDavid Ignatius on Saudi Arabia: “Reform plans appear to be moving ahead slowly but steadily”–as always. By Adam Johnson / FAIR. April 29, 2017. Print · Comments. Photo Credit: By Mazen AlDarrab (Sent via OTRS) [CC BY-SA 3.0], via Wikimedia ...and more »

Saudi Entertainment Chief Sees Cinemas Returning, Eventually - Jakarta Globe

Saudi Entertainment Chief Sees Cinemas Returning, EventuallyJakarta GlobeRiyadh. Saudi Arabia will one day open cinemas and build a world-class opera house, the man spearheading the kingdom's entertainment reforms said on Thursday, playing down opposition by powerful religious authorities to changes they see as sinful.and more »

Jordan- Fateful decisions from Saudi-Egyptian summitry - MENAFN.COM

Jordan- Fateful decisions from Saudi-Egyptian summitryMENAFN.COM(MENAFN - #Jordan Times) It is bizarre but telling of the modern Arab world that one of the most important meetings that could shape the future condition of hundreds of millions of Arabs and others in this region — the two-day Egyptian-Saudi Arabian ...and more »

Saudis eye $200bln in revenue as privatization drive starts up - Zawya;

Saudis eye $200bln in revenue as privatization drive starts up - Zawya

ZawyaSaudis eye $200bln in revenue as privatization drive starts upZawyaThe Saudi Arabian government believes it can raise around $200 billion in the next several years by selling stakes in state enterprises ranging from hospitals to airports and grain silos. Vice Minister for Economy and Planning Mohammed al-Tuwaijri said ...and more »

Saudi Amnesty: Illegal expats reminded of options - Zawya;

Saudi Amnesty: Illegal expats reminded of options - Zawya

ZawyaSaudi Amnesty: Illegal expats reminded of optionsZawyaThe Kingdom Tower stands in the night in Riyadh. Image for illustrative purposes. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji. TOPICS. Countries: Saudi Arabia. Companies: Gulf News. RELATED STORIES. Hefty fines for illegals who fail to seize amnesty in ...and more »

Trump confirms possible Saudi visit, complains Riyadh not 'treating ... - Gulf Business News;

Trump confirms possible Saudi visit, complains Riyadh not 'treating ... - Gulf Business News

Gulf Business NewsTrump confirms possible Saudi visit, complains Riyadh not 'treating ...Gulf Business NewsPresident Donald Trump complained on Thursday that U.S. ally Saudi Arabia was not treating the United States fairly and Washington was losing a “tremendous ...and more »

KSA budget position now much stronger - Saudi Gazette

KSA budget position now much strongerSaudi GazetteRiyadh — Saudi Arabia's government is making faster than expected progress in cutting costs and that is the main reason for a stronger budget position so far this year than originally projected, Deputy Minister for Economy and Planning Mohammed ...and more »

Reforms Key to Survival of Regime in Saudi Arabia - Financial Tribune;

Reforms Key to Survival of Regime in Saudi Arabia - Financial Tribune

Financial TribuneReforms Key to Survival of Regime in Saudi ArabiaFinancial TribuneThe rent-based economy in Saudi Arabia has shown its limits since the drop of oil prices in 2014. Indeed, the country is potentially explosive: the current fiscal model is not sustainable, the geopolitical environment is increasingly hostile and the ...and more »

Gulf Arab royals meet in Saudi capital to unify Iran stance - ClickLancashire;

Gulf Arab royals meet in Saudi capital to unify Iran stance - ClickLancashire

ClickLancashireGulf Arab royals meet in Saudi capital to unify Iran stanceClickLancashire"Electing Saudi Arabia to protect women's rights is like making an arsonist into the town fire chief", declared UN Watch executive director Hillel Neuer on Twitter.and more »

Gulf seeks unity on Iran - ARAB TIMES - Arab Times Kuwait English Daily;

Gulf seeks unity on Iran - ARAB TIMES - Arab Times Kuwait English Daily

Arab Times Kuwait English DailyGulf seeks unity on Iran - ARAB TIMESArab Times Kuwait English DailyIn this April 27, 2017 photo released by Saudi Press Agency (SPA), Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Naif bin Abdulaziz speaking during the opening ...and more »

'Saudis have not treated US fairly' - The Daily Star;

'Saudis have not treated US fairly' - The Daily Star

The Daily Star'Saudis have not treated US fairly'The Daily StarPresident Donald Trump has complained that US ally Saudi Arabia was not treating the United States fairly and Washington was losing a "tremendous amount of money" defending the kingdom. "Frankly, Saudi Arabia has not treated us fairly, because we are ...and more »

Saudis seen losing market share on oil-production cuts - Business Mirror;

Saudis seen losing market share on oil-production cuts - Business Mirror

Business MirrorSaudis seen losing market share on oil-production cutsBusiness MirrorSaudi Arabia, the world's biggest crude exporter, is losing market share to Iraq and Iran as a result of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries's (Opec) agreement to curb supplies to bolster prices, according to the head of research at ...and more »

Saudi Arabia Has 2 Trillion Reasons to Continue Pumping Up Oil Prices - Motley Fool;

Saudi Arabia Has 2 Trillion Reasons to Continue Pumping Up Oil Prices - Motley Fool

Motley FoolSaudi Arabia Has 2 Trillion Reasons to Continue Pumping Up Oil PricesMotley FoolThe much-ballyhooed IPO of the country's oil company has run into a valuation snag that only higher oil prices can fix. Matthew DiLallo. (TMFmd19). Apr 29, 2017 at 9:15AM. Saudi Arabia, like the rest of the world, has an addiction to oil. However ...and more »

Saudi Arabia's Energy Minister says Central Asia in agreement over oil markets - Reuters

Saudi Arabia's Energy Minister says Central Asia in agreement over oil marketsReutersDUBAI, April 29 Saudi Arabia's Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih said on Saturday there was consensus with Central Asia over oil markets and production levels. Falih, who had arrived on a visit to Turkmenistan earlier and is on a tour of Central Asian ...and more »

Saudi Arabia Supports Privatization, Eyes USD200 Billion Revenues - Asharq Al-awsat English

Saudi Arabia Supports Privatization, Eyes USD200 Billion RevenuesAsharq Al-awsat EnglishA man arrives to an airlines office as a closed shop is seen next to it, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia March 15, 2017. REUTERS/Faisal Al Nasser/File Photo. Libya: The Rapprochement of Generals - EU Toughens Brexit Terms, Warns Britons on Securing Market ...and more »

Saudi Arabia not treating US 'fairly', says President Donald Trump - India TV;

Saudi Arabia not treating US 'fairly', says President Donald Trump - India TV

India TVSaudi Arabia not treating US 'fairly', says President Donald TrumpIndia TVThe President also confirmed that his administration was in talks about possible visits to Riyadh and Israel in the second half of May. India TV News Desk, Washington [Published on:29 Apr 2017, 3:58 PM]. File pic - Trump shakes hands with Saudi Deputy ...and more »

Saudi Arabia Losing Oil Market Share to Iran: BP Official - Tasnim News Agency (press release);

Saudi Arabia Losing Oil Market Share to Iran: BP Official - Tasnim News Agency (press release)

Tasnim News Agency (press release)Saudi Arabia Losing Oil Market Share to Iran: BP OfficialTasnim News Agency (press release)TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Christof Ruhl, a German academic who specializes in energy economics and has been with BP (British Petroleum) since 2005, said Saudi Arabia is losing its oil market share to Iran and Iraq. “If you're talking about winners, you can ...and more »

Azerbaijan, Saudi Arabia explore business relations - AZERTAC News;

Azerbaijan, Saudi Arabia explore business relations - AZERTAC News

AZERTAC NewsAzerbaijan, Saudi Arabia explore business relationsAZERTAC NewsThe third meeting of Azerbaijani-Saudi Arabian Working Group on cooperation has been held in Riyadh. The meeting was chaired by Orkhan Mammadov, Head of Interstate Economic Cooperation Department Ministry of Economy of Azerbaijan and Osama Al ...and more »

Donald Trump: Saudi Arabia has not treated US fairly - Times of India;

Donald Trump: Saudi Arabia has not treated US fairly - Times of India

Times of IndiaDonald Trump: Saudi Arabia has not treated US fairlyTimes of IndiaWASHINGTON: President Donald Trump complained on Thursday that US ally Saudi Arabia was not treating the United States fairly and Washington was losing a "tremendous amount of money" defending the kingdom. In an interview with Reuters, Trump ...and more »