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President Obama Lands in Saudi Arabia
President Obama has landed in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, to meet with King Salman later today.
Obama Meets With King Salman at Start of Saudi Arabia Visit
President Barack Obama opens a brief trip to Saudi Arabia with a one-on-one meeting with King Salman in Riyadh
Obama Lands in Saudi Arabia for Talks With Gulf Allies
President Obama has landed in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, to meet with King Salman later this morning. The White House said the president will discuss deepening Gulf allies' involvement in the fight against ISIS, the wars in Syria and Yemen and broader counter-terrorism efforts. Get real-time updates as
President Obama Lands in Saudi Arabia , Has Talks With Saudi King on Host of Bilateral Issues
President Obama lands in Saudi Arabia, has talks with Saudi king on host of bilateral issues
Proposed 9/11 Bill Casts Shadow on Obama's Saudi Arabia Trip
The president opposes legislation that would allow families of 9/11 victims to sue the Saudi government for alleged support of the terror attacks.
What's Straining America's Relationship With Saudi Arabia
As President Barack Obama departs on his fourth visit to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for a summit with Gulf Arab leaders, ABC News takes a look at some of the issues that have brought tensions between the old allies to an all-time high during this administration. 9/11 There has always been a great
Saudi Arabia Cuts Ties With Iran Following Attack Outside Saudi Consulate in Iran
The embassy attack was sparked by the Saudi execution of 47 people, including a prominent Shiite cleric.
Saudi Arabia Allows Women to Participate in Elections for First Time
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Job Opportunity in Saudi Arabia : Executioners Wanted
Saudi Arabia is seeking eight capital punishment executioners, according to an official online job advertisement. The job requirements as advertised on the website of the Ministry of Civil Service are limited with the only role description being: "religious functions," "implementation of the rule