Saudi Arabia Population

Population- By Algeria's population was up to about 39 and a quarter million, which is a lot.

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A Lebanese Muslim woman shops prior to Iftar, or breaking of the daylong fast, in the old market in the ancient coastal city of Tripoli, north of Beirut, on June 6, 2016, on the first day of the holy month of Ramadan. Islamic authorities across much of the world -- from the most populous Muslim-majority country Indonesia to Saudi Arabia, home to the faith's holiest sites -- announced the start of the fasting month with the sighting of the crescent moon. Marking the divine revelation…

A Lebanese Muslim woman shops prior to Iftar, or breaking of the daylong fast, in the old market in the ancient coastal city of Tripoli, north of Beirut, on June on the first day of the ho.

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Saudi Arabia campaign leaves 80% of Yemen population needing aid

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Lebanese Muslims shop prior to Iftar, or breaking of the daylong fast, in the old market in the ancient coastal city of Tripoli, north of Beirut, on June 6, 2016, on the first day of the holy month of Ramadan. Islamic authorities across much of the world -- from the most populous Muslim-majority country Indonesia to Saudi Arabia, home to the faith's holiest sites -- announced the start of the fasting month with the sighting of the crescent moon. Marking the divine revelation received by…

Lebanese Muslims shop prior to Iftar, or breaking of the daylong fast, in the old market in the ancient coastal city of Tripoli, north of Beirut, on June on the first day of the holy month.

In the old market of the ancient coastal city of Tripoli, north of Beirut, on June 6, 2016, a shop owner waits for customers as mainly Muslim Lebanese shop prior to Iftar, or breaking of the daylong fast on the first day of the holy month of Ramadan. Islamic authorities across much of the world -- from the most populous Muslim-majority country Indonesia to Saudi Arabia, home to the faith's holiest sites -- announced the start of the fasting month with the sighting of the crescent moon…

A shop owner waits for customers as mainly Muslim Lebanese shop prior to Iftar, or breaking of the daylong fast, in the old market in the ancient coastal city of Tripoli, north of Beirut, on June

#InTheNews #Riyadh  Better late than never -- women living in Saudi Arabia must be echoing the same.  In a country where a married woman cannot walk ahead of her husband if both are walking on a road things like girls fitness women sports and PE classes are luxurious impossibility. But no more.  Keeping their modernisation programme called 'Saudi Vision 2030' in mind Arab government has relaxed some norms by allowing women-only gyms to open across the country AND introducing Physical…

#InTheNews #Riyadh Better late than never -- women living in Saudi Arabia must be echoing the same. In a country where a married woman cannot walk ahead of her husband if both are walking on a road things like girls fitness women sports and PE classes are luxurious impossibility. But no more. Keeping their modernisation programme called 'Saudi Vision 2030' in mind Arab government has relaxed some norms by allowing women-only gyms to open across the country AND introducing Physical…

Lebanese Muslims shop prior to Iftar in the old market of Tripoli, north of Beirut, on June 6, 2016, on the first day of the holy month of Ramadan. Islamic authorities across much of the world -- from the most populous Muslim-majority country Indonesia to Saudi Arabia, home to the faith's holiest sites -- announced the start of the fasting month with the sighting of the crescent moon. Marking the divine revelation received by Isla...

Lebanese Muslims shop prior to Iftar, or breaking of the daylong fast, in the old market in the ancient coastal city of Tripoli, north of Beirut, on June on the first day of the holy month.

Lebanese Muslims shop prior to Iftar, or breaking of the daylong fast, in the old market in the ancient coastal city of Tripoli, north of Beirut, on June 6, 2016, on the first day of the holy month of Ramadan. Islamic authorities across much of the world -- from the most populous Muslim-majority country Indonesia to Saudi Arabia, home to the faith's holiest sites -- announced the start of the fasting month with the sighting of the crescent moon. Marking the divine revelation received by…

Lebanese Muslims shop prior to Iftar, or breaking of the daylong fast, in the old market in the ancient coastal city of Tripoli, north of Beirut, on June on the first day of the holy month.

A Libyan woman shops for fish in the capital Tripoli on June 6, 2016, prior to Iftar, or breaking of the daylong fast, on the first day of the holy month of Ramadan. Islamic authorities across much of the world -- from the most populous Muslim-majority country Indonesia to Saudi Arabia, home to the faith's holiest sites -- announced the start of the fasting month with the sighting of the crescent moon. Marking the divine revelation received by Islam's Prophet Mohammed, the month sees Muslim…

A Libyan woman shops for fish in the capital Tripoli on June prior to Iftar, or breaking of the daylong fast, on the first day of the holy month of Ramadan. Islamic authorities across much.

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