16.02.2012 There are a lot more women leading charge: a smiling Hillary Clinton candidate for the US presidency, a determined Saudi Royal Highness Princess Basma BintSaud Bin Abdul Aziz in Saudi Arabia, three women Nobel Prize for Peace, ...
08.10.2012 [Oman News Agency] - Muscat, Oct 8 (ONA) --- Dr. Rawiyah bintSaud al-Busa'ediyah, Higher Education Minister received here today Alex Chernov, Governor of the State of Victoria, currently visiting the Sultanate. The meeting discussed aspects of the existing cooperation
05.10.2012 [Oman Tribune] - LIMA As assigned by His Majesty Sultan Qaboos Bin Said, Her Excellency Dr Rawiyah BintSaud Al Busaidiyah, Minister of Higher Education, led the Sultanate's delegation at the meetings of Arab-South America countries summit held in Peru. The Peruvian
04.10.2012 [Oman Daily Observer] - LIMA — Assigned by His Majesty Sultan Qaboos, Dr Rawya bintSaud al Busaidiya, Minister of Higher Education headed the Sultanate's delegation to the Summit of South American and Arab Countries which took place in the Peruvian capital of Lima.
29.09.2012 [Oman Tribune] - MUSCAT As assigned by His Majesty Sultan Qaboos Bin Said, Her Excellency Dr Rawiyah BintSaud Al Busaidiyah, Minister of Higher Education, left for Peru to chair the Sultanate's delegation at the third summit of Arab countries and South American
14.04.2012 [MidEastPosts] - Princess Basma bintSaud bin Abdul Aziz is 47 years old (born in 1965), the youngest child of more than 100 siblings born of Saudi Arabia's second king, King Saud, who ruled the country during the ten years prior to her birth.
14.04.2012 [Council on Foreign Relations (blog)] - In Princess Basma BintSaud Bin Abdulaziz's recent article with the BBC she presented a wise, visionary way forward for liberalizing Saudi Arabia. She argues this should happen through the writing of a constitution, changes in divorce laws
16.04.2012 [Middle East Online] - As Dr Rawiyah BintSaud Al Busaidiyah, Minister of Higher Education, rightly urged at the annual meeting of the ministry, which was attended by representatives of various private educational institutions, students should be monitored at the study stage