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Abdullah Of Saudi Arabia

King Abdullah bin Abdul-Aziz, Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, is the current King of Saudi Arabia.
On August 1, 2005, he succeeded to the throne upon the death of his half-brother, King Fahd. Previously, as Crown Prince, he governed Saudi Arabia as regent from 1996 to 2005. He has been Commander of Saudi Arabian National Guard from 1962 to November 2010. He is one of the world's wealthiest royals. » Read more on Wikipedia.org

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King Abdullah bids to reassure Saudis as deaths from MERS virus hit 85
2014-04-24
Asian workers wear mouth and nose masks while on duty during a football match at the King Fahad stadium, on April 22, 2014 in Riyadh. King Abdullah was in the Saudi commercial hub of Jeddah on Thursday in a bid to reassure a worried public as the ...
(Straits Times)
  1. Deadly Middle East respiratory virus surge continues in Saudi Arabia
  2. Saudi king visits Jeddah as two more die of Mers
  3. Deadly virus in Saudi Arabia could spread globally

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Health Minister Al-Rabeeah relieved of position
2014-04-21
“Dr. Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz Al-Rabeeah has been relieved of his position as health minister and named adviser at the Royal Court with the rank of a minister,” said the decree issued by Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah. “Adel bin ...
(Arab News)
  1. Saudi King relieves Health Min. of duty

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Saudi Arabia Replaces Health Minister Amid MERS Fears
2014-04-21
RIYADH — Saudi Arabian King Abdullah removed Health Minister Abdullah al-Rabeeah from his post on Monday as the kingdom grapples with a worrying surge of new cases of the SARS-like Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS). His duties will be ...
(Voice of America)
  1. Saudi Health Minister 'relieved of his post'
  2. Amid MERS deaths, Saudi health minister fired
  3. Saudi health minister sacked amid virus deaths

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Saudi Arabia replaces health minister amid MERS virus fears
2014-04-21
RIYADH (Reuters) - Saudi Arabian King Abdullah removed Health Minister Abdullah al-Rabeeah from his post on Monday as the kingdom grapples with a worrying surge of new cases of the SARS-like Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS). His duties ...
(Yahoo News)
  1. Saudi health minister sacked amid virus deaths

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Drama in the court of the Saudi Arabian king
2014-04-21
The official statement announcing the dismissal of the Saudi head of intelligence was typically laconic. Published in the name of Saudi King Abdullah, it said Prince Bandar Ben-Sultan was "released" from the post "as per his request" and replaced by ...
(Haaretz)
  1. Saudi Arabia to dismiss foreign minister: sources

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Cases of deadly MERS virus spike in Saudi Arabia
2014-04-20
Saudi Arabia confirmed 20 new cases of the deadly Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) virus on Saturday and Sunday, meaning that 49 new cases have been registered in the span of only six days. Further cases were announced in the United Arab ...
(RT (blog))
  1. Saudi Arabia Confirms 20 New Cases of Deadly MERS Virus
  2. Saudi Arabia announces jump in new cases of deadly MERS virus

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Saudi King Abdullah may die in six months: Report
2014-04-19
A new report by an opposition research group says Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz has been diagnosed with terminal lung cancer and may succumb to his illness in six months. “The King has been told by his medical team he may have as little as ...
(Press TV)
  1. Saudi King Abdullah could be dead by the end of 2014
  2. 'We are hostages': A Saudi princess reveals her life of hell
  3. Saudi Arabia King Abdullah named cultural personality of 2014

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Commentary | The Internal Debate Saudi Arabia Needs to Have – Nazer
2014-04-15
The United Nations is not known for championing religious purposes so when King Abdullah's personal efforts to build interfaith dialogue and understanding — conferences in Mecca and Madrid — led to a two-day conference in 2008 it was called the ...
(SUSRIS)
  1. Saudi Rulers Face Growing Rumblings of Discontent

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Abdullah Al Dawood, Saudi Islamic Cleric, Claims PE Classes For Girls Is First ...
2014-04-11
Members of the first female Saudi basketball team 'Jeddah United' pose for a team picture in the Red Sea port city of Jeddah on March 25, 2102. Saudi Arabia, where sports events for women are banned, is considering sending a female athlete for the ...
(Huffington Post)
  1. Pulling the rug: girls' sports and the erosion of Saudi religious authority
  2. Abdullah Al Dawood, Saudi Islamic Cleric, Claims PE Classes For Girls Is First ...

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