Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques (Najdi Arabic pronunciation: , born 1 August 1924) is the King of SaudiArabia. He ascended to the throne on 1 August 2005 upon the death of his half-brother, King Fahd.
SaudiArabia is offering a five-day ceasefire in Yemen, so that emergency aid can be brought in. Continued fighting, and Saudi-led air strikes, have stoked concerns about the country’s humanitarian situation. The truce... - 08.05.2015, EuroNews
SaudiArabia has proposed a five-day truce in Yemen following appeals from US Secretary of State John Kerry for a pause in the fighting to allow humanitarian aid into the war-torn country. However, the ceasefire hinges o... - 07.05.2015, EuroNews
This week, we head to SaudiArabia where change is afoot. Four months after assuming the throne, King Salman has carried out a reshuffle that observers describe as a historic shift. The crown prince has been removed by r... - 06.05.2015, France24EN