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The prime minister thanked Sheikh Mohamed Abdel Rahman El-Oriefy for asking Arabs to invest in Egypt and help the country through the economic crisis
Al-Gizawy’s trial to resume on 15 January
Minister of Foreign Affairs announces Morsy’s invitation to King Abdullah following annual bi-lateral talks
Despite distinct ideological differences, Saudi Arabia and Egypt are determined to overcome obstacles
Saudi Arabia continues to use part of its surplus to repay its public debt
Egyptian lawyer tried in Saudi Arabia for drug-smuggling reveals important evidence that could acquit him
Egyptian fashion designer in Saudi jail has completed 500 lashes, but still has time remaining in her sentence
Ministers plan to discuss current situation of Egyptian migrant workers, after Jordan began crackdown on illegal workers
“Quickie court cases” must stop, South Korea eyes Egypt, KSA jobless
Egyptian woman detained in Saudi Arabia could be released soon, meanwhile many more Egyptians languish in prison
Referendum extended for expats amid claims of voting irregularities
Egyptian embassy in Saudi Arabia accused of encouraging Egyptians to vote ‘yes’ to the proposed constitution
The grand mufti said that the events occurring in the Arab and Muslim world are a result of the “lack of religion”
Saudi Arabia has the largest number of political detainees in the Arab world
Family members demand release of Egyptian prisoners
The mosque, similar to the Faisal Mosque in the Pakistani capital of Islamabad that was also built by oil-rich Saudi Arabia in 1980s, will hold 15,000 worshippers at a time
Officials said about 120,000 police were deployed throughout the five-day pilgrimage
The hajj officially ends on Monday but pilgrims who are in a hurry to conclude their journey can do so on Sunday.
Woman sentenced to lashing refuses a royal pardon that fails to acquit her of original charges
Husband says his wife possessed by jinn.
Thursday marks the most important day, when all pilgrims assemble in the Arafat plain outside Mecca.
Relations between Tehran and Riyadh have been tense for years over many political and security issues, including Iran’s controversial nuclear programme, which scares its Arab neighbours across the Gulf waters.
Classified reports voice frustration as there is no apparent effective way of vetting groups receiving weapons
Scheduled to discuss economic and political ties
Egyptian lawyer’s case adjourned after third hearing
Al-Gizawy asks president to intervene on his behalf
Iranian leaders speak out on war with Israel ahead of UN General Assembly meeting
Most arrested for political opinions and religious beliefs
The book narrating the life of the prophet Muhammed enters Guinness Records as the largest book in the world
Saudi women allowed to travel within Gulf without guardians’ approval, while Iranian woman beats Muslim cleric for criticising her outfit