The numbers on shrapnel indicate that it was a laser-guided Mk 82 bomb manufactured by Lockheed Martin, CNN reports.
Although 1,200 Qataris are eligible to perform the Haj, Qatar says it has become impossible to get permits.
This year Haj comes with the ultra-conservative kingdom witnessing an unprecedented pace of change.
Egypt and the United Nations have been trying to mediate a long-term truce between Israel and Hamas.
An investigation has been launched after the man was killed “while working at the Al Wakrah Stadium project site”.
Rescue operation is still underway in Sarmada.
King Salman conveys to the PM-in-waiting best wishes for the progress and prosperity of the people of Pakistan.
“The explosion occurred in a weapons depot in a residential building in Sarmada,” says head of Britain-based monitor.
The victim was among at least 131 Palestinians wounded by Israeli bullets during Friday’s protests.
“The toll may rise... because people are trapped under the rubble,” warns monitor.
Deadly air raid in Yemen following a spat with Canada will only amplify international pressure on Saudi: analysts.
It is the third major escalation since July and came despite attempts to secure a long-term truce.
US doesn't recognise Palestinian state, and Colombia long refrained from doing so due to its close ties with Washington.
An ICRC supported hospital in Saada received the bodies of 29 children, all under 15 years old.
It was the third severe flare-up of violence since July, raising fears of a fourth war between the two sides since 2008.
The redundancies have prompted daily protests by the agency’s labour union in the enclave.
KSA suspends scholarships for students in Canada.
“They've got to behave like a normal country. That's the ask. It's pretty simple,” says US secretary of state.
No immediate confirmation about development from Riyadh.
Sets out limited goals for Gaza truce talks.
The machines are at the heart of fraud allegations that led to manual recount in some areas after the May 12 polls.