Saudi Authorities Warn Against Donating To Strangers Due To Terrorism Financing

PARIS, France – Saudi Arabia’s Presidency of State Security warned citizens and residents in the Kingdom against donating to strangers, nothing that such practices increase the probability of financing terrorism. ‘[Random strangers] may be more dangerous than you think’, the Presidency of State Security said in a statement on Twitter, urging people to only make … More Saudi Authorities Warn Against Donating To Strangers Due To Terrorism Financing

Spanish Prosecutor Drops Probes Into Former King Juan Carlos

PARIS, France – Spain’s national prosecutor’s office has dropped two investigation into alleged fraud in former King Juan Carlos’s business dealing after failing to find sufficient evidence of criminal activity, it said on Wednesday. Juan Carlos, 84, who left Spain for the United Arab Emirates under a cloud of scandal in August 2020, has been … More Spanish Prosecutor Drops Probes Into Former King Juan Carlos

Yemen’s Houthis Say Attacked UAE With Drones, Missiles

LONDON – Yemen’s Houthi group said on Monday it had fired a number of ballistic missiles at Abu Dhabi, capital of the United Arab Emirates, and had also fired several drones at Dubai, the regional business hub. The headquarters of international companies in the UAE will be targets of attacks in the coming period, a … More Yemen’s Houthis Say Attacked UAE With Drones, Missiles

Saudi Crown Prince, Thai PM Meet In Riyadh After 30 Years To Restore Ties

RIYADH, Saudi Arabia – Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman met with Thailand’s Prime Minister, Prayut Chan – o – cha, in Riyadh on Tuesday, as official talks get underway. The Thai leader was received at the meeting site by the Saudi Crown Prince in a grand ceremony shared on the Kingdom’s Ministry of … More Saudi Crown Prince, Thai PM Meet In Riyadh After 30 Years To Restore Ties

UAE Grounds Most Private Drones For A Month After Houthi Attack

PARIS, France – The United Arab Emirates has grounded most private drones and light sports aircraft used for recreational purposes for a month starting Saturday, the Interior Ministry said, following a deadly attack his week by Yemen’s Houthis on the Gulf country. The UAE has said that the Iran – aligned Houthi movement used cruise … More UAE Grounds Most Private Drones For A Month After Houthi Attack

FDA Expands Use Of Remdesivir To Patients With High Risk Of Hospitalization

PARIS, France – The U.S. health regulator on Friday expanded its approval for the use of Gilead Sciences’ antiviral drug remdesivir to treat non – hospitalized patients 12 years and older for the treatment of mild – to – moderate COVID -19 disease with high risk of hospitalization. Previously, the use of Veklury was limited … More FDA Expands Use Of Remdesivir To Patients With High Risk Of Hospitalization

Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Meets Russian Special Envoy For Syrian Settlement

RIYADH, Saudi Arabia – Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has received Russia special envoy for Syrian settlement Alexander Lavrentiv, the official Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported on Thursday. The two reviewed the latest developments in Syria, as well bilateral relations between the two countries, according to SPA. ‘The Russian envoy conveyed the greetings … More Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Meets Russian Special Envoy For Syrian Settlement

Saudi Arabia’s Attorney General Discusses Legal Cooperation With Russian Counterpart

Paris, France – Saudi Arabia’s Attorney General Sheikh Saudi bin Abdullah Al – Mujib on Thursday held talks with his Russian counterpart Ignor Krasnov, during his visit to Moscow. During the meeting, the most prominent joint parliamentary and judicial files were reviewed, in addition to discussing ways of enhancing legal cooperation between the two prosecutions, Saudi … More Saudi Arabia’s Attorney General Discusses Legal Cooperation With Russian Counterpart