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  1. Saudi women pose with their country?s flag outside the Luzhniki stadium ahead of Saudi Arabia?s soccer World Cup match against Russia in Moscow, Russia June 14, 2018. REUTERSMOSCOW: Saudi Arabia?s soccer team may have been thrashed in its...
  2. Russian President Vladimir Putin shakes hands with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman during their meeting at the Kremlin in Moscow. Photo: Reuters MOSCOW: Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman told Russian President Vladimir Putin on...
  3. The Saudi Arabian national football team is easily the weakest team on paper in Group A. They haven't been helped by the three managerial changes in the last year and current coach Juan Antonio Pizzi will have to work wonders for the team in the group stages of the 2018 FIFA World Cup. They stand at the 67th place in the FIFA World Rankings. History © Reuters Arriving as the tournament's lowest-ever ranked side, Saudi Arabia may not be the most prolific achievers at the World Cup, but their football history states that they are not just heading to Russia for the sake of showing up. In the 1994 World Cup, the Saudi Arabia team had qualified from their group with wins against Morocco and Belgium to set them up with a last-16 tie against Sweden which they lost 3-1. Saudi Arabia is a three-time AFC Asian Cup champion and is generally considered one of the strongest sides in Asia. This will be Saudi Arabia's fifth World Cup appearance; the last time they qualified for the World Cup was 12 years ago, back in 2006. They've failed to make it out of the group stage in all of those attempts, the exception came in 1994 when they lost to Sweden 3-1 in the Round of 16 in the USA. Current Form © Reuters Saudi Arabia's revolving-door managerial policy has seen six managers come and go in the last five years, including three changes in the months between September-November 2017. Their current manager, Juan Antonio Pizzi, only took charge in November last year after resigning as Chile's manager, after they failed to qualify for the World Cup. The team is top-heavy and mainly relies on their attackers. However, they do have the experience to help them in their defence - something that may come in handy during the tournament. Their players are all based at home, but it's worth noting that nine of the current players in the squad have trained with La Liga sides and did manage to get some game time in Spain this year - thanks to the loan deals. Expectations At The World Cup © Reuters To stand any chance of qualifying from their group, Saudi Arabia must win against Russia in the first game of the tournament. The chances of Uruguay or Egypt losing against them are very slim, but three points against the hosts and a draw against one of the other sides could be enough for them to advance and equal their record finish in the last 16. They might have lost 2-1 in the friendly against Italy, but the Green Falcons showed a lot of heart which confirms that they could prove to be a tricky opponent in Russia. While the group they have been handed is far from difficult, Saudi Arabia's lack of quality and experience in top-class tournaments makes it unlikely for them to reach the knockout stage. But they will at least have the honor of becoming the first Asian nation ever to play in the opening game when they take on Russia in Moscow on 14th June. In their group, Uruguay, undoubtedly, have the best chance to finish the group stage at the top of the table with the other spot is likely to be secured by Egypt, considering Salah's love affair with goals this year. Saudi Arabia will have to rely on miracles if they are to progress further into the competition. Squad Goalkeepers: Mohammed Al-Owais, Yasser Al-Musailem, Abdullah Al-Mayuf. Defenders: Mansoor Al-Harbi, Yasser Al-Shahrani, Mohammed Al-Breik, Motaz Hawsawi, Osama Hawsawi, Omar Hawsawi, Ali Al-Bulaihi. Midfielders: Abdullah Al-Khaibari, Abdulmalek Al-Khaibri, Abdullah Otayf, Taiseer Al-Jassim, Houssain Al-Mogahwi, Salman Al-Faraj, Mohamed Kanno, Hattan Bahebri, Salem Al-Dawsari, Yehya Al-Shehri. Forwards: Fahad Al-Muwallad, Mohammad Al-Sahlawi, Muhannad Assiri.
  4. Imran visited Saudi Arabia to perform Umrah-Geo NewsPakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan will return to Pakistan from Saudi Arabia after having performed Umrah.Imran?s wife Bushra Maneka also accompanied him to the trip two days...
  5. Courses on basic motorbike riding for women began in Riyadh in February and four signed up. PHoto: AFPRIYADH: Even a year ago, it would have been hard to imagine ? Saudi women clad in skinny jeans and Harley-Davidson T-shirts, revving motorbikes...
  6. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/1de8938c6d4e5e5d097b4e336a812bab.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9Ni8xMS8yMDE4IDEyOjE3OjIyIFBNJmhhc2hfdmFsdWU9ajREekdmR3ovdzlGeWk2UER2K21OUT09JnZhbGlkbWludXRlcz02MCZpZD0x...
  7. Imran Khan and Zulfi Bukhari. Photo: FileISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman Imran Khan?s close friend Zulfi Bukhari was stopped from travelling to Saudi Arabia on Monday.According to sources in the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA),...
  8. US President Donald Trump speaks in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, US, June 6, 2018. REUTERS/Carlos Barria DUBAI/WASHINGTON/LONDON: A day before US President Donald Trump withdrew from the Iran nuclear deal, one of his senior...
  9. A Saudi woman checks a car at the first automotive showroom solely dedicated for women in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. ? ReutersRIYADH: Saudi Arabia on Monday began issuing its first driving licences to women in decades, authorities said, just weeks...
  10. Saudi Arabia on Saturday said it detained 17 people for "undermining" the kingdom´s security, in what campaigners have dubbed a sweeping crackdown against activists just weeks before a ban on women driving ends. Photo: fileRIYADH: Saudi Arabia on...
  11. The cover image of Princess Hayfa bint Abdullah al-Saud in the latest Vogue edition is generating a lot of buzz. The Princess can be seen sitting behind the wheel of a red convertible and people are calling out the double standards of the kingdom, especially since a lot of women driving activists have been arrested recently. © Twitter The cover comes in the backdrop of the kingdom lifting a ban on women driving in Saudi Arabia. The issue is being bashed for praising the Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman at a time, when so many activists are locked up in jail. "In our country, there are some conservatives who fear change. For many, it's all they have known," Princess Hayfa said in the issue. She is the daughter of the late King Abdullah and many activists have slammed this development as a PR exercise for the Princess, who is hogging all the limelight ahead of lifting the regressive ban. "Personally, I support these changes with great enthusiasm," the Princess had said in the cover story. The photo that's being heavily criticised, was shot in the desert outside the western city of Jeddah. © Twitter It must be noted that at least 11 activists were locked up for taking up the cause of women driving in the kingdom. But since the backlash, 4 of them have been released even as the fate of others remains unclear. Saudi Arabia is a conservative kingdom which is governed by a male guardianship system. The Crown Prince, however, is trying to bring change but despite his best efforts, he keeps falling into the same conservative pit which his elders have structured out for the next generation of rulers.
  12. Princess Hayfa bint Abdullah al-Saud on the cover of Vogue Arabia. Photo: Vogue ArabiaA Vogue cover photo of a Saudi princess behind the wheel of a red convertible has ignited heated debate, as it follows a slew of arrests of women driving...
  13. Saudi Arabia's Shura Council, which advises the cabinet, approved a draft law which would introduce a prison term of up to five years and a penalty of 300,000 riyals for sexual harassment, weeks before the decades-long ban on women driving is...
  14. While we desperately wait for the end of the month to be able to party again, there are people for whom every day is salary day. They are the rich kids of the world and they are living out all our fantasies combined. From driving supercars to vacationing on private yachts in their fashionable labels, they are soaking everything the world has to offer. We looked at the Instagram account of rich kids of Saudi Arabia fairytale, but with money. Watch and drool. Can't decide which one to drive today Chillin courtesy of @nas4oo #richkidsofinstagram #richkid #richkids #internetmarketinglifestyle #billionaireboysclub #billionaire A post shared by RichKidsOfSaudi (@richkosaudi) on Nov 10, 2015 at 8:11am PST They should be called dream cars, not super cars Dubai Drip ð§ð¥ #milliondollarlisting #millionairemindset #billionaireboysclub#billionairesrow #billionaire A post shared by RichKidsOfSaudi (@richkosaudi) on Feb 23, 2018 at 10:00am PST That's how you sheikh things up Racing champ #richkids #richkidsofinstagram #richkidsofsaudi #richkidsofsaudiarabia #arabkidsofinstagram #arabmoney #arabmoneyofficial A post shared by RichKidsOfSaudi (@richkosaudi) on Sep 13, 2015 at 8:31am PDT Orange is the new black Dubai Drip ð§ð¥#milliondollarlisting #millionairemindset #millionairementor #billionaireboysclub #billionairemag A post shared by RichKidsOfSaudi (@richkosaudi) on Feb 23, 2018 at 10:04am PST *Can't breathe* Merci #luxury #richkidsofinstagram #richkid #richkids #richkidsofficial#ruflyf A post shared by RichKidsOfSaudi (@richkosaudi) on Oct 7, 2015 at 2:48pm PDT Living it up in style âªï¸â«ï¸ #internetmarketinglifestyle #richkidsofficial #richkidsofinstagram #richkid #richkids A post shared by RichKidsOfSaudi (@richkosaudi) on Oct 6, 2015 at 6:51pm PDT Oh boy ð°ðð¸ð¦ð°ð° #richkidsofinstagram #richkid #richkids A post shared by RichKidsOfSaudi (@richkosaudi) on Sep 24, 2015 at 2:59pm PDT These are rich goals we can never achieve. *sigh*
  15. A woman shops in a supermarket in Doha, Qatar June 7, 2017-ReutersDOHA: Qatar has ordered shops to remove goods originating from a group of Saudi Arabian-led countries which a year ago imposed a wide-ranging boycott on the emirate, Doha officials...
  16. The Saudi Royal family on Wednesday released a photograph of Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman in an apparent bid to quash speculation propagated by the Iranian and Russian media that he has been assassinated.Salman had not been seen since April 21....
  17. RAWALPINDI: Saudi Arabia's Ambassador to Pakistan Nawaf Saeed Al-Malkiy Wednesday visited Armed Forces Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine (AFIRM) in Rawalpindi, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said, where he met with the war-wounded...