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Saudi Arabia to open Salwa border point to Qatari pilgrims for Haj
Saudi Arabia had last month said that Qataris wanting to perform this year’s haj would be allowed to enter the kingdom for the pilgrimage, but imposed certain restrictions.
Saudi Arabia to reopen border with Iraq after 27 years
Saudi Arabia plans to open the Arar border crossing with Iraq for the first time since 1990, according to Saudi local news media and officials.
Saudi Arabia 'seeks Iraq's help' to mend ties with Iran
The government of Saudi Arabia has sought the help of Iraq's prime minister to mend relations between Riyadh and Tehran, according to news reports.
Ten Nobel laureates urge Saudi Arabia to halt execution of 14 Shias
Ten Nobel laureates from across the world have called on Saudi Arabia to hold off on the execution of 14 Shia citizens convicted of protest-related charges.
Saudi Arabia sentences senior Shia clergyman to 13 years in prison
A court in Saudi Arabia has sentenced distinguished Shia cleric Ayatollah Sheikh Hussein al-Radhi to 13 years in prison as the Riyadh regime presses ahead with its heavy-handed crackdown on members of the religious community.
Yemen urges active EU role in conflict resolution efforts
Yemen’s Supreme Political Council, which runs state affairs, has voiced its readiness to support any measure aimed at resolving the deadly conflict in the impoverished state, calling on the European Union (EU) to play an active role in the process.
Zarif: Iran seeks good ties with neighbors
Good ties with neighbors is Iran’ priority, Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Wednesday a day after he shook hands with his Saudi counterpart on the sidelines of a conference in Turkey.
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.
Qatar's defense minister says future of PGCC in doubt
Khalid bin Mohammed al-Attiyah has said that the future of the [Persian] Gulf Cooperation Council (PGCC) could be in doubt if a Saudi-led group continues its partial blockade on Qatar.
Iraq's Muqtada al-Sadr makes rare Saudi visit
Iraq's influential Shia leader Muqtada al-Sadr has made a rare visit to Saudi Arabia, where he met Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and other officials.
Iranian Hajj pilgrims welcomed by Saudi authorities
The first convoy of Iranian pilgrims arrived at Median Airport on Sunday and was welcomed by Iranian and Saudi Hajj authorities, including Minister of Hajj and Umra Muhammad Abdurrahman Bijavi, and Saudi Arabian youth with baskets of flowers and fresh dates.
Saudi-led bloc cannot shrink list of demands on Qatar
Top officials from main countries boycotting Qatar meet in Bahrain to reiterate demand that Doha stops funding terror.
Iran’s Leader urges Saudi Arabia to ensure Hajj security
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei on Sunday urged Saudi Arabia to ensure all Hajj pilgrims’ security.
Qatar accuses Saudi Arabia of politicizing Hajj
Rights group files complaint to UN special rapporteur over restrictions imposed on Qatari pilgrims amid [Persian] Gulf Cooperation Council (PGCC) crisis.
Saudi Shias told to leave Awamiyah or die
Local sources in the al-Awamiyah town in Saudi Arabia’s Shia-populated Eastern Province say the locals have been told to either leave their homes or face death at the hands of security forces.

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