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Camel 'plague' puzzles scientists
Camel 'plague' puzzles scientists
An unprecedented number of camels across North Africa and the Middle East died last year, researchers have discovered. The several thousand deaths...
Saudi women treated like children, says rights group
Saudi women treated like children, says rights group
Saudi Arabia's rigid sex segregation, compulsory male guardianship of women and other "grossly discriminatory" policies are a denial of fundamental...
First the sheep or goat is sacrificed, then it is the hair
First the sheep or goat is sacrificed, then it is the hair
Within hours the dirty grounds of Mina were thinly carpeted in hair, much of it black and wiry, and light winds swirled the debris up and on to the...
Saudi Arabia holds 200 militants over foiled attacks
Saudi Arabia holds 200 militants over foiled attacks
Saudi Arabia said on Wednesday it had arrested 208 people for involvement in several cells that planned an "imminent attack" on an oil installation, and attacks on clerics and security forces....

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