Historical photos of King Abdul Aziz Al-Saud's visit to Egypt

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President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi received on Monday, Nov. 26 Bin Salman upon his arrival at Cairo International Airport.

It is the third stop in an Arab tour that he kicked off on Thursday by heading to the United Arab Emirates.

He then headed to Bahrain over the weekend and traveled to Egypt on Monday where he held talks with President Abdul Fattah al-Sisi.

"The Saudi media will focus on the official reception", Khashan said.

Egypt and Saudi Arabia have been bastions of the entire region.

"It was premeditated murder", he told the German newspaper, rather than a last resort after they failed to convince him to return to Saudi Arabia.

This was evident from the welcome from Egyptian MPs and some of those who came out to receive the crown prince on the streets of Cairo, either spontaneously or by prior arrangement, which emphasized that Egypt stands by the Saudi Arabian people and leadership.

"We submitted this info to Argentine prosecutors with the hopes they will investigate MbS' complicity and responsibility for possible war crimes in Yemen, as well as the torture of civilians, including Jamal Khashoggi", said HRW's Middle East and North Africa director Sahara Leah Whiston.

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Commemorative coin and postage stamps will be released by the Government of India to mark this momentous occasion. Global seminar on the life and teachings of Shri Guru Nanak Devji to be organised in New Delhi .

Prince Mohammed is not exposed to this kind of protest back home, where he's engaged in a crackdown targeting business leaders, human rights activists and other royals.

In a historic move, the Crown Prince visited the Cathedral of St. Mark in Abbasia, where he met with Pope Tawadros II and church leaders.

Asked about the prince's visit, Tunisian government minister Selma Elloumi said he is "welcome" in Tunisia and stressed "historical and fraternal" relations between the countries.

Tunisia was a strong Saudi ally under former president Zine El Abidine Ben Ali but ties have since been strained at times. The banner reads, "No to the desecration of Tunisia".

The Tunisian journalists' union and a collective of 50 lawyers have filed two legal complaints against the prince for alleged crimes against humanity in Yemen, where a Saudi-led coalition is fighting Shiite rebels, and repression of freedom of expression.

"At the moment there is no reason not to meet with the crown prince", Cavusoglu said. It's unclear whether Tunisian authorities will take action on the complaints.

The office of Argentine President Mauricio Macri declined to comment on the prospect of arresting MBS, saying only that his attendance at the G-20 summit "remains confirmed".

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