Salman bin Abdulaziz
17 Oct 2019
Saudi Arabia: 35 dead, 4 injured in bus accident
At least 35 foreign nationals were killed and four others got injured after a bus collided with another heavy vehicle near the Islamic holy city of Medina, the state media said on Thursday.
02 Aug 2019
Now, Saudi women can travel without male guardian's "permission"
A draconian rule in Saudi Arabia has come to an end, sending waves of joy across women in the Islamic nation.
12 Apr 2019
PM Modi receives highest civilian award by the Russian government
On Friday, the Russian government awarded Prime Minister Narendra Modi with their highest civilian award, 'Order of Saint Andrew the Apostle'.
27 Jan 2017
Syrians take train in Aleppo after 4 years
Syrian citizens took trains across eastern Aleppo for the first time in four years after government forces retook the city from rebels and ISIS militia.
28 Dec 2016
Aid being organized for Aleppo
Several international donors have begun collecting aid for civilians displaced from Aleppo; Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz ordered a relief campaign to be started and allocated $27 million to the drive.
24 Dec 2016
Rebels begin shelling Aleppo
Syrian rebels began shelling Aleppo, days after the Syrian government recaptured the city from rebel control; human rights organizations said that so far, at least 6 people have been killed.
23 Dec 2016
Army retakes Aleppo as evacuations continue
The Syrian-Army stated that it has retaken full control of Aleppo, in a major victory for President Assad's forces; UN monitors said evacuations were still underway in the city.
16 Dec 2016
Assad congratulates nation on Aleppo's liberation
As the last of the rebel groups in Aleppo evacuated the city, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad congratulated citizens and government forces for their efforts.
15 Dec 2016
End of the rebellion era in Syria's Aleppo
After four-and-a-half years and hundreds of thousands of deaths, Syrian President Bashar Assad's loyalists are ready to seize Aleppo, heralding the end of the rebellion era.