Middle East

Saudi Arabia arrests 176 at demo for Islamist prisoners

Cars drive past a housing compound in South of Riyadh December 17, 2012. Expatriates moving to Riyadh, the capital of the Middle East's largest economy, face long waits for places in housing compounds where rents have risen by more than 10 percent a year for the past four years, according to property consultants Jones Lang LaSalle. REUTERS/Fahad Shadeed





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