Washington was losing a “tremendous amount of money” defending the kingdom, Trump says.
The army officer had applied for asylum in Bavaria and was given a place in a refugee shelter there.
Israeli Intelligence Minister says the explosion is consistent with Israel's policy.
Royal decrees at the weekend saw a number of allies of Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman moved into key positions.
“This is great news for Arab women and Arab society,” Hana Khatib says in a statement.
The warring factions must ensure deliveries of food and medical aid to starving people, UN tells donor conference.
Rouhani says the countries supporting terrorist groups "financially and logistically" cannot claim to be combating them.
All assets of 271 employees of the Syrian Scientific Studies and Research Centre have been frozen in the US.
US-led coalition war planes were carrying out “intense” strikes in support of the offensive.
The convicts will be deported after serving their jail sentence of three years.
NA Speaker Ayaz Sadiq calls on Tehran to join CPEC.
Prince Khaled bin Salman replaces Prince Abdullah bin Faisal bin Turki as Saudi ambassador to the US.
Arrests were made during an air operation in support of anti-terrorism Yemeni forces, says Saudi Press Agency.
ISPR says if additional troops are sent, they will not be deployed outside Saudi Arabia.
The kingdom has intensified efforts to develop more jobs for its own citizens under a drive that began last year.
Decision criticised by one conservative candidate, Alireza Zakani, who said it would "seriously damage transparency".
Equipment requested by Iraqi govt would outfit two peshmerga infantry brigades and two support artillery battalions.
Mattis has called Iran “the single biggest state sponsor of terrorism in the world”.
The Black Hawk helicopter crashed in the eastern province of Marib, the coalition is investigating the circumstances.
Inmates seek better conditions, including more contact with family, and an end to detentions without trials by Israel.
Israel has imprisoned more than 1,500 of about 6,500 Palestinians as so-called security prisoners, activists say.