Italian delegation covering Supercoppa Italiana tour historic city of Jeddah

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An Italian delegation covering the Italian super cup taking place in Saudi Arabia got a tour of the historic city of Jeddah. (GSA)
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An Italian delegation covering the Italian super cup taking place in Saudi Arabia got a tour of the historic city of Jeddah. (GSA)
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An Italian delegation covering the Italian super cup taking place in Saudi Arabia got a tour of the historic city of Jeddah. (GSA)
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An Italian delegation covering the Italian super cup taking place in Saudi Arabia got a tour of the historic city of Jeddah. (GSA)
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An Italian delegation covering the Italian super cup taking place in Saudi Arabia got a tour of the historic city of Jeddah. (GSA)
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An Italian delegation covering the Italian super cup taking place in Saudi Arabia got a tour of the historic city of Jeddah. (GSA)
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An Italian delegation covering the Italian super cup taking place in Saudi Arabia got a tour of the historic city of Jeddah. (GSA)
Updated 16 January 2019
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Italian delegation covering Supercoppa Italiana tour historic city of Jeddah

An Italian delegation covering the Italian super cup taking place in Saudi Arabia got a tour of the historic city of Jeddah on Wednesday. 

Some of world's biggest football stars arrived in Jeddah on Monday evening as the Juventus side touched down in Saudi Arabia ahead of their Supercoppa Italiana matchup with AC Milan on Wednesday night at the King Abdullah Sports City Stadium.


Saudi Arabia executes 37 for terror links

Updated 23 April 2019
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Saudi Arabia executes 37 for terror links

RIYADH: Thirty-seven Saudis have been executed for links with terrorism, the Interior Ministry announced on Tuesday.

The executions were carried out in Riyadh, Makkah, Madinah, the Eastern Province, Qassim and Asir, the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported.

The 37 had created terror cells to “corrupt and disrupt security, spread chaos and provoke sectarian strife, as well as damage peace and social security,” the ministry said.

The ministry added that they had planned to bomb security headquarters and kill security personnel.