• Saudi-British business delegations meet to bolster intra-regional trade

    RIYADH: Intra-regional trade between Saudi Arabia and the UK is set to receive a boost as top ministers from both countries held talks in London to strengthen economic ties. As part of the third meeting of the Saudi-British Strategic Partnership Council, the Kingdom’s Commerce Minister, Majid bin Abdullah Al-Qasabi, and the UK’s Investment Minister, Dominic Johnson, discussed ways to further encourage English firms to expand their businesses in the Middle East’s largest economy.

  • Saudi Arabia is slashing oil supply. It could mean higher gas prices for US drivers (Business)

    Saudi Arabia will reduce how much oil it sends to the global economy, taking a unilateral step to prop up the sagging price of crude after two previous cuts to supply by major producing countries in the OPEC+ alliance failed to push oil higher. The Saudi cut of 1 million barrels per day, to start in

  • US Won't Discuss American Detained In Ukraine

    US Won't Discuss American Detained In Ukraine Authored by Dave DeCamp via AntiWar.com, The State Department has refused to say if it’s engaging with the Ukrainian government over American citizen Gonzalo Lira, who was detained by the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) due to his political views on the conflict with Russia. Lira has a popular YouTube channel and a large following on Twitter and Telegram. He is also a writer who has contributed to several media outlets, including...

  • Iran to reopen diplomatic missions in Saudi Arabia this week

    RIYADH: Iran will reopen its diplomatic missions in Saudi Arabia this week, the Iranian foreign ministry spokesman said on Monday. Tehran's foreign ministry spokesman Nasser Kanani announced the reopening in a statement Monday, confirming earlier comments by a diplomatic source in Riyadh. “To implement the agreement , Iran’s embassy in Riyadh, our Consulate General in Jeddah and our office to the Organization of Islamic Cooperation will be officially reopened on Tuesday and Wednesday,”...

  • MCCC to host annual Workforce Development Business Roundtable

    The virtual event is scheduled for June 14

  • US opening first diplomatic mission above Arctic Circle

    The United States plans to open its first diplomatic mission above the Arctic Circle, its northernmost such facility in the world. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said at a press conference on Thursday after attending a meeting of NATO foreign ministers in Oslo, Norway, that the U.S. will open an “American Presence Post” in the

  • We’re open for business, Tinubu tells Chinese delegation

    President Bola Tinubu, yesterday, said Nigeria is open for business and constructive partnerships, and will do business with any country that is ready to do business with her.

  • Saudi Cabinet says it is following developments in Sudan situation

    RIYADH: Saudi Arabia’s Cabinet said on Tuesday that it is following developments in Sudan and the course of negotiation talks in Jeddah. The Cabinet also said it was following the agreements that resulted in a short-term ceasefire and the provision of humanitarian arrangements. Saudi Arabia and the US, which previously brokered a week-long ceasefire deal and have been monitoring it remotely, announced shortly before it was due to expire on Monday evening that Sudan’s warring military factions...

  • Top 10 US Cities for Real Estate Development

    A new real estate study ranks the metros leading the country in fresh building construction over the past 10 years.

  • ISS welcomes its first Saudi astronauts, in private mission

    A SpaceX capsule carrying two Saudi astronauts docked with the International Space Station on Monday, as part of a private mission chartered by Axiom Space.Rayyanah Barnawi, a scientist who became the first Saudi woman to go into space, and Ali Al-Qarni, a trained fighter pilot, are the first two people from their country to fly to the orbital outpost."Greetings from outer space, I'm here not only representing myself, but representing the hopes and dreams of everyone back home, everyone in the...

  • What Did the American Gladiators Do After ‘American Gladiators’?

    American Gladiators was certainly tough for the contestants, those brave

  • US should retaliate inside Iran if American soldiers killed in Syria

    If Iranian operatives or proxies successfully kill American service personnel in Syria, President Joe Biden should order the U.S. military to retaliate against one or more targets inside Iran.