Qataris cross Saudi border for the first time since feud
Qataris are seen crossing the Abu Samrah border into Saudi Arabia after the two Gulf states reopened their land border, as they restore ties following a landmark deal to end a three and a half year rift.
Saudi business owners hopeful after Qatar border reopening
With Qataris streaming into Saudi Arabia following the border re-opening, business owners in the al-Ahsa area say they are hopeful to see the economy boom again after "suffering economically" from the feud between Riyadh and Doha. Saudi Arabia shut its side of Qatar's only land border in June 2017 as part of a package of sanctions it said was a response to Doha's backing of radical Islamist groups and closeness to Iran. Qatar has always denied the charges.
Fiancee of murdered journalist Jamal Khashoggi sues Saudi crown prince
Hatice Cengiz and US-based group DAWN have filed a civil suit, pursuing the Saudi prince and 28 others for damages. Khashoggi was murdered two years ago when he entered the Saudi consulate to obtain marriage papers.
Obasanjo tests negative for COVID-19, Late Senator Kashamu buried today in Ijebu-Igbo and more
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Bahrain releases renowned activist Nabeel Rajab
The Bahraini activist has played a critical role in bringing to light human rights abuses in Bahrain and the Middle East region. He was sentenced to five years in prison for tweeting criticism of Saudi's war in Yemen.
Saudis set up field hospital for coronavirus patients in Mecca
Saudis set up a field hospital with a capacity of 100 beds to treat coronavirus patients in the holy city of Mecca.
Kano government gets 24 hours to release Sanusi, Russia - Saudi escalates oil output war
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Saudis recruited Twitter workers to spy on critics: US
US prosecutors allege the kingdom paid former Twitter employees in luxury watches and cash in exchange for personal information about critics. Millions of Saudis are active on the social media platform.