Saudi intercepts missile from Yemen
Saudi Arabia intercepted a ballistic missile fired from Yemen on Monday night, the military coalition supporting the Yemeni government against rebels said.
Hajj: Board directs intending pilgrims to go for mandatory medical test
The Kano State Pilgrims Welfare Board has directed all intending pilgrims to 2016 Hajj to Saudi Arabia to go for mandatory medical test.
Saudi Arabia’s plans, lesson for Nigeria
The plan by Saudi Arabia, to move beyond a mono-product, oil-dependent economy and diversify its base can only be a good, forward- thinking step for that country.
Reshuffle shows Saudi determination to change: experts
With a major government reshuffle, Saudi Arabia's King Salman and his powerful son have shown their determination to move the kingdom's economy away from oil, experts say.
Saudi beheaded for killing father
A Saudi national convicted of murdering his father was beheaded on Thursday, bringing to 70 the number of executions carried out this year
Iran's leader says Saudi air strikes causing genocide
Iran's leader on Thursday condemned the military intervention by its main regional rival Saudi Arabia in Yemen as genocide, sharply escalating Tehran's rhetoric against the two-week-old campaign of air strikes. Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said Saudi Arabia would not emerge victorious from the war in Yemen, where Iran-allied Houthi fighters who control the capital Sanaa have…