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A Yemeni man walks past a vehicle damaged by a Saudi airstrike in Sanaa, August 31, 2015. (AFP/File)
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At least 18 civilians were reportedly killed by Saudi-led airstrikes across Yemen Tuesday. A number of areas were hit by Saudi jets in Yemen’s central province of al-Bayda and Taiz.
The city of Jouf has around 12 million olive trees that produce olives for export. (Flickr)
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Saudi exports include olives, wheat, dates, watermelon, poultry, eggs and fresh milk.

August 31, 2015

A Twitter storm about the possibility of banning Twitter has Saudi written all over it.
16:28 GMT
A Twitter storm about the possibility of banning Twitter has Saudi written all over it.
Al Ittihad team
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Etihad Airways has welcomed players and management staff from Al Ittihad Football Club to Abu Dhabi as they begin their pre-season training camp.
Mexico, Malta, Singapore, Luxembourg, New Zealand, Thailand Panama, Canada and Australia made the top 10. (Amazon)
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The biggest expat survey in the world have made a list of most livable countries based on support services and overall quality of life. How did your country do?
Hundreds of people were injured when the housing compound belonging to Aramco caught fire. (Screenshot/MSNBC)
07:54 GMT
Eleven people were killed and hundreds others injured after a fire broke out in a housing complex belonging to Saudi oil company Aramco.
Despite the landmark move, only 16 Saudi Arabian women have so far registered to vote in the country's municiple elections this December. (AFP/File)
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As the country gears up for a municiple election this December, only 16 women in the country have registered to vote so far.

August 30, 2015

Casualties were reported to be represented by various nationalities. (Mia.mk)
13:44 GMT
Deadly blaze at residential complex rented by Saudi oil giant Aramco began in the basement and was first spotted around 6am.
The joint company will provide maintenance, repair and overhaul of Saudi helicopters, both commercial and military. (AFP/File)
13:00 GMT
The new joint company will have locations in Riyadh and Jeddah.
A fire broke out in the basement of a housing compound belonging to oil and gas firm Aramco. (AFP/File)
12:30 GMT
Two people were killed and dozens others injured Sunday following a fire in the residential section of a Saudi oil company.
Bader Saleh made sure he took full advantage of his leisure time in Abu Dhabi by visiting Eastern Mangroves Resort and Spa by Anantara. (YouTube)
08:56 GMT
Saudi comedian Bader Saleh enjoys AD ahead of his live stand up performance.

August 29, 2015

Modibo Maiga
16:17 GMT
The former Sochaux striker departs Upton Park after a disappointing three-year spell in east London, during which he scored just seven goals in 45 appearances for the club

August 28, 2015

Saudi airstrikes near Sanaa continue as Yemeni government forces take steps toward recapturing the capital. (AFP/File)
17:31 GMT
Air raids on military targets in the central city of Ibb killed ten total, officials said Friday.
Bert van Marwijk
01:40 GMT
Bert van Marwijk has been named the new coach of Saudi Arabia.

August 27, 2015

Since June 2012, Saudi Arabia has recorded 1,165 diagnosed cases of MERS, with 498 deaths. (AFP/File)
16:39 GMT
At least 11 deaths related to MERS have been recorded in Saudi Arabia since Sunday, leading to growing fears over a rapid spread of the virus during the upcoming Hajj season.
Human Rights Watch said they have found unexploded remnants of cluster munitions at sites where they had reportedly been used. (AFP/File)
13:20 GMT
Human Rights Watch urged the Saudi-led coalition battling Houthi rebels in Yemen to end their use of cluster munitions inside the war-torn country.
Human rights group Amnesty International called for a moratorium on the death penalty and condemned the kingdom for executing 175 people in one year alone. (Twitter)
11:13 GMT
Human rights group Amnesty International called for a moratorium on the death penalty and condemned the kingdom for executing 175 people in one year alone.
The Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency has reaffirmed its commitment to peg the riyal to the USD. (File photo)
11:00 GMT
A gradual tightening of Saudi Arabia's budget would still imply a double-digit deficit next year, according to Merrill Lynch.
Batteries of the US-made Patriot anti-missile system in a Saudi Arabian desert during the Gulf War. (AFP/Bob Sullivan)
08:53 GMT
Saudi-owned news agency SPA said the kingdom shot down a missile fired by the Houthis on Wednesday.
The kingdom's stock market jumped 7.4 percent on Tuesday after several days of investors selling their shares. (AFP/File)
00:55 GMT
The kingdom's stock market jumped 7.4 percent on Tuesday after several days of investors selling their shares.

August 26, 2015

Mughassil is the alleged mastermind behind the Khobar tower bombing in Saudi Arabia that killed 19 US airmen. (AFP/File)
17:34 GMT
Saudi security officials on Tuesday said they had apprehended the mastermind behind the 1996 bombing of the Khobar towers that left hundreds of US servicemen dead or wounded.
Saudi Arabia has denied past claims by Yemeni rebels that a Scud missile had struck the country. (AFP/File)
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Residents of Sanaa also reported hearing rocket fire on Wednesday morning, as Houthi media claims that Yemeni forces have launched a ballistic missile towards neighboring Saudi Arabia.
The announcement comes after King Salman previously skipped a summit with Barack Obama over Iran. (AFP/File)
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Saudi's King Salman will visit the US early next month to meet Barack Obama, according to kingdom officials.

August 25, 2015

A Yemeni boy is treated for injuries after being caught between clashes in the city of Taiz, August 24, 2015. (AFP/File)
08:54 GMT
Yemeni civilians were caught between clashes after Saudi-led airstrikes hit a hospital in al Hodeidah and fighting continued with Houthis in Taiz.
Amnesty said 175 people had been executed in less than a year. (AFP/File)
08:30 GMT
Human rights group Amnesty International condemned Saudi Arabia for its high rate of executions in less than a year.

August 24, 2015

File photo of Saudi police standing guard in the al-Munissiyah district, north-east of Riyadh. (AFP/File)
19:50 GMT
Unidentified gunmen shot at a security patrol in the coastal Saudi city of Jeddah, injuring at least one officer.

August 23, 2015

A website was launched head of the National Businesswomen's Forum to help gain more awareness on the event. (AFP/File)
07:40 GMT
A website was launched head of the National Businesswomen's Forum to help gain more awareness on the event.

August 22, 2015

The pilots were flying an Apache helicopter. Image used for illustrative purposes. (Al Bawaba/File)
09:41 GMT
Two senior Saudi military pilots were killed Friday following fall of their Apache helicopter in an area southwestern the Kingdom.

August 21, 2015

A mother sits alongside her son, a thalassemia patient, as he receives blood in Peshawar, Pakistan on Dec. 4, 2014. (AFP/File)
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For some Arab couples, thalassemia isn't just a disorder; it's a final hurdle to face before they're granted their marriage license.

August 20, 2015

The satellite TV channels will offer classes for students in all school subjects.
23:20 GMT
The satellite TV channels will offer classes for students in all school subjects.
The agreement would allow Egypt to get Saudi oil products and pay the kingdom back within a year. (AFP/Hassan Ammar)
18:10 GMT
The agreement would allow Egypt to get Saudi oil products and pay the kingdom back within a year.
Smoke billows from the site of a Saudi-led coalition airstrike on a weapons depot at a Houthi-held military airport in Sanaa on August 20,2015. (AFP/Muhammed Huwais)
14:47 GMT
Tuesday's strike targeted Houthi militiamen meeting in the same building as a teachers' union where educators were preparing for exams.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a historic visit to the UAE on Sunday. (AFP/File)
13:05 GMT
The announcement for Abu Dhabi's first Hindu temple had some Gulf residents up in arms.
Authorities closed the emergency ward in one of the largest Saudi hospitals after another 46 people contracted MERS. (AFP/File)
12:54 GMT
At least 46 people in the kingdom contracted the respiratory syndrome in one of the largest hospitals in Riyadh.
Shiites assist an injured Sunni Muslim during clashes in Pakistan. (AFP/Aamir Qureishi)
08:50 GMT
The political geography of oil and minorities in Saudi Arabia and Iran highlights a fault line in the Sunni-Shiite divide at the core of violent transition in the Middle East.

August 19, 2015

A Yemeni child is inoculated against polio during an immunization campaign at a health center on August 15, 2015, in the Yemeni capital Sanaa. (AFP/Mohammed Huwais)
07:18 GMT
UNICEF recently released a report entitled “Yemen: Childhood Under Threat”, which estimates 398 children have been killed since late March when Saudi Arabia began its offensive in the war torn country.
Russia's President Vladimir Putin (R) shakes hands with Jordan's King Abdullah II during their meeting at the Novo-Ogaryovo state residence outside Moscow, on April 9, 2014. (AFP/File)
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The two leaders will attend the opening day of the MAKS-2015 air show in Russia on August 25 and will meet with President Vladimir Putin.