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Saudi Measures Aim to Regulate Use of Drones

Saudi Interior Ministry announced on Sunday that efforts are underway to regulate the use of remote-controlled drones in wake of Saturday’s downing of a similar aircraft in a residential neighborhood in the capital Riyadh. Ministry spokesman Mansour al-Turki said that the regulations are in their

Vox Cinemas to Operate Over 600 Screens in Saudi Arabia

Vox Cinemas to Operate Over 600 Screens in Saudi Arabia

The region's most innovative and now largest cinema operator, Vox Cinema, announced that it has applied and obtained a license to run theaters in Saudi Arabia, announcing that it will be opening its first screen in the Saudi capital Riyadh in the next few days. Owned by the UAE-based Al-Futtaim G

Iran to US: Change of Attitude Required for Talks on Prisoners Release

Iran to US: Change of Attitude Required for Talks on Prisoners Release

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammed Javad Zarif said on Sunday that Tehran was ready to release American citizens held in Iran if US President Donald Trump shows a change of attitude from the Nuclear Program. In an interview with CBS’s Face the Nation moderator Margaret Brennan aired on Sunday, Zar

Rouhani Hints IRGC Involvement in Currency Crises

Rouhani Hints IRGC Involvement in Currency Crises

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Saturday hinted at the Revolutionary Guard being behind the dollar hike against the national currency.

Iran's FM Threatens ‘Unfavorable’ Measures if US Pulls out from Nuclear Deal

Iran’s foreign minister warned on Friday that a US pullout from the international nuclear deal would be met with “measures” that would be “very unfavorable" for the US. The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) nuclear deal was signed in 2015 between Tehran and six world powers, including th