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Iran’s oil exports to South Korea at six-month high
Market figures show that South Korea’s imports of crude oil from Iran hit the highest level in six months in September in a fresh sign that the Islamic Republic is pushing ahead with plans to regain the market share it lost as a result of multiple-year sanctions.
Saudi women rejoice at end of driving ban (Video)
Riyadh has removed the driving ban on women as part of its recent reforms to undo the damage the ultraconservative kingdom has suffered for decades of human rights violations both inside and outside of Saudi Arabia.
Riyadh to offer desirable services to Iranian pilgrims
Riyadh is ready to provide Iranian Hajj pilgrims with favorable services and solve any problem they may face, an official with Saudi Arabia Hajj Ministry told an Iranian delegation.
Saudi Arabia asks US judge to drop lawsuits over 9/11 attacks
Saudi Arabia has asked a US judge to dismiss the lawsuits that hold Riyadh responsible for the September 11, 2001, attacks and seek damages for the victims.
HRW urges Riyadh to clarify deposed crown prince’s status
Human Rights Watch (HRW) has called on Saudi Arabia to clarify whether restrictions are imposed on recently-deposed crown prince Mohammed bin Nayef bin Abdulaziz Al Saud’s freedom of movement.
US Muslims mark anniversary of Jannat al-Baqi destruction by Riyadh
Muslims have held an anti-Saudi protest rally in Washington to commemorate the 92th anniversary Riyadh’s demolition of the historically revered cemetery of Jannat al-Baqi (Garden of Paradise) in the holy city of Medina.
Riyadh main suspect of Tehran terror attacks
Parliament official Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said Saudi Arabia is the main suspect of the dual terrorist attacks on Tehran on June 7 which killed 17 people and injured dozens more.
Riyadh doubles price for cigarettes as part of selective tax
Riyadh has doubled the price of cigarettes in Saudi Arabia as part of tax measures aimed at helping the cash-strapped kingdom.
Gunman opens fire in Saudi school in Riyadh, two killed
A man has opened fire inside a school in the Saudi capital, Riyadh, leaving two people dead.
Qassemi: Tehran not after tensions with Riyadh, ready for dialogue
Iran's Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qassemi said Iran does not seek tensions with Saudi Arabia and is ready for dialogue.
Riyadh, Moscow agree to extend oil output cuts
Russia and Saudi Arabia say they have agreed to extend a landmark agreement to cut their oil output until March 2018 – an announcement which is expected to further help stabilize prices in international markets.
Riyadh waging war on Saudi Arabia’s Shia minority: Analyst
An American university lecturer says Saudi Arabia is waging a war on the country’s Shia minority, slaughtering members of the community instead of engaging in dialog with them, Press TV reports.
Dep. FM dismisses Riyadh claim over Tehran’s arms shipment to Yemen
Majlis Speaker Special Aide for International Affairs Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said on Wednesday that Saudi regime’s claim about transfer of arms from Iran to Yemen is completely unfounded.
Spokesman: Riyadh promoting terrorism, pursuing destructive policies
Foreign Ministry spokesman condemned hostile statements of Saudi deputy crown prince, and said that such remarks are clear evidence that the Saudi officials are promoting terrorism and pursuing troublesome and destructive policies in the region.

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