Like Israel, Saudi Arabia was one of the few nations to welcome Trump's decision to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal.
Saudi Arabian Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir said, “We will do whatever it takes to protect our people,” including building nuclear weapons.
A New York Times report claims U.S. Green Berets are covertly destroying Houthi rebel missile sites in Yemen on behalf of Saudi Arabia.
"The one who must leave is the U.S., not the Islamic Republic. We are from this region: the Persian Gulf is our home; West Asia is our home," Khamenei said.
Weapons are being looted in Africa because of a diplomatic conflict in the Gulf region.
Local officials said jets continued flying over the site after the attack, keeping rescuers from reaching the victims.
On Monday evening, the Trump administration filed a notice that it would “relinquish custody” of John Doe within 72 hours.
On Wednesday, Saudi Arabia said it had intercepted another three Houthi ballistic missiles fired at its cities.
Two opposing, multinational alliances are forming as President Donald Trump decides whether or not to attack Syria.
Riyadh is reportedly planning to build a military base, canal and nuclear waste dump to physically isolate its neighbor.
The fossil is 25,000 years older than traditional theories would expect.
The installations of floating manatees and stingrays, created by the same artists who designed the dragons for Game of Thrones, seem like the perfect pet project for the Middle East’s vegan prince.
U.S. chain AMC has won the license to operate the theater.
Mueller is reportedly investigating a firm linked to George Nader, an adviser to the United Arab Emirates who frequently met with Jared Kushner.
Snooping around could now result in a $133,000 fine or one year behind bars in Saudi Arabia.
The heir to the Saudi throne also told the Atlantic that Israel has a right to exist.
Hamza bin Laden cited State Department documents in his latest propaganda video.
9/11 victims, family members of those killed and companies can now sue Saudi Arabia for damages.
In order for U.S. companies to fully participate in Saudi Arabia’s nascent nuclear power sector, a nuclear trade agreement (known as a “123 agreement”) must be signed.
After more than 1,000 days of war, 22 million Yemenis—more than the population of Florida—need international aid, with over a third of those on the verge of starvation.