Sharapova to play Wimbledon qualification rounds

The 30-year-old Russian was denied a wildcard for the French Open , with tournament officials saying her doping suspension counted against her. After serving a 15-month suspension for using the banned substance meldonium, the former Wimbledon victor is ranked 211th in the world and does not have enough points to make the tournament's main draw.

No Trump-Nawaz meeting scheduled in KSA: US embassy

Reports have also emerged that Trump called Comey "a nut job" and that the Federal Bureau of Investigation has identified a senior White House official as a "significant person of interest" in its probe of Russian meddling. Trump noted that Middle Eastern nations have sustained the highest number of casualties from terrorist attacks, describing it as a "tragedy of epic proportions".

US And Saudi Arabia Share "Common Bond" In Fight Against Extremism

Trump said that his administration is adopting a policy of "principled realism". We will be guided by the lessons of experience, not the confines of rigid thinking. The US President arrived in the country yesterday where he received the nation's highest civilian honour. Speaking about the arms deal, Tillerson also said it was about supporting Riyadh "in particular in the face of malign Iranian influence and Iranian-related threats which exist on Saudi Arabia's borders".

President Trump delivers Middle East speech

Women "may be required to provide guardian consent in order to work or access healthcare", according to the organization Human Rights Watch. Ahead of the Arab-Islamic-U.S. Trump praised Bahrain and Kuwait for anti-terrorism efforts. Mr Trump too did not hesitate to single out Iran. She says it includes a pledge to prosecute the financing of terrorism, including individuals.

'Drive them out': Trump urges Muslim leaders to confront extremism

Through a translator, el-Sissi said Trump "had a unique personality" that allowed him "to do the impossible". Trump's comments came after he ticked down a list of major terrorist attacks in the U.S. Bush, "a policy which goes back to. pushing Iran back in the Middle East", Sadjadpour said. "Drive them out of your places of worship", Trump said .

Trump urges Muslims to fight 'crisis' of extremism in Saudi speech

Trump's accusations against Iran came just two days after Iran held its presidential election, where more than 70 percent of eligible voters elected incumbent Hassan Rouhani for another four years. Saudi Arabia bans women from driving and requires them to get permission from a male guardian to travel, marry and exit prison. "Terrorism is sponsored through groups like Hizbollah, by Iran, but there are also Sunni Islamic terrorist groups that the Iranians are fighting, not least Islamic ...