Trump expects Saudi Arabia to invest billions of dollars in the US - Bradenton Herald

Saudi Arabia's young deputy crown prince had a message for America's new president at their first meeting in March: The kingdom wanted to invest billions of dollars in U.S. companies, creating thousands of jobs. It was just what Donald Trump, the U.S ...

Deja Vu: Saudi Prince Says 'Women's Driving is Coming', Twitter Gets Excited - Al-Bawaba

Women's driving is “on its way” and women will soon be placed in charge of society not just cars. These are the words of former Saudi education minister, Prince Faisal bin ِAbdallah earlier this week. “The ban on women driving has been imposed on us; ...

Saudi Prince Faisal Bin Abdullah Wants Women to Drive Cars and Society - Newsweek

A Saudi prince has declared his support for allowing women to drive cars and have a more prominent role in society. Former education minister Prince Faisal Bin Abdullah said the change was, in fact, inevitable. “Never mind driving a car, which is ...

KSA: Deputy Crown Prince dissipates Moscow's frustration over America's stronger presence in Riyadh - Middle East Confidential

Saudi Deputy Crown Prince Tuesday expressed Saudi Arabia's intention to keep good ties with Russia after Moscow fumed over the red carpet welcome reserved to the United States during Trump's visit to Riyadh. Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin ...

Saudis Reportedly Invite Russia to Work With 'Arab NATO' - Sputnik International

Saudi Arabia's Deputy Crown Prince and Defense Minister Mohammad bin Salman is likely to have invited Russia to work with the emerging Saudi-led military alliance in the Middle East during his visit to Moscow, political analyst Gevorg Mirzayan wrote ...

Economic Gains For Political Concessions: Saudi Arabia Likely to 'Tempt' Russia - Sputnik International

On Tuesday, Russian President Vladimir Putin held talks with Saudi Deputy Crown Prince and Defense Minister Mohammad bin Salman Saud in Moscow. Ahead of the visit, the Russian president said that Moscow-Riyadh ties are showing considerable ...

Trump trading lives for Saudi money - Tehran Times

TEHRAN- Just two days after Donald Trump struck a nearly $110 billion arms deal with Saudi Arabia a suicide bomber, whose ideology was surely driven by Saudi-inspired religious teachings, took the lives of 23 people, including children, in Manchester, ...