The month-long, government-sponsored festival includes a so-called horror weekend that takes place the weekend before Halloween in a formerly conservative and religious state.
The chairman of Israel's Bank Leumi is due to speak at Saudi Arabia's flagship investment conference in Riyadh.
OPEC is an intergovernmental organization founded in 1960 in Baghdad, and their decision to cut oil production is seen as potentially upsetting the US mid-term elections
The question now is whether the meetings will bear fruit or whether the Iranians believe Kadhimi will leave office soon and they will seek to engineer Iraq even further into an Iranian regime colony.
The Gulf Cooperation Council is considering an initiative to host Houthi officials in Riyadh in an attempt to bring the eight-year conflict in Yemen to an end.
The strike was reported about 1,000 km from Yemen and an explosion, or interception, was reported near Dhahran and Dammam, on the east coast of Saudi Arabia near Bahrain.
Prosecutors referred the case to the court of Bassem Awadallah, an ex-royal court chief and finance minister who played a big role in the drive to liberalize Jordan's economy, and Sherif Hassan.
The exhibition, which will be on display until June 12, features 30 masterworks from a range of artists who explore light as an artistic medium in the form of installations, sculptures and videos.
Also, the Saudi-led military coalition said it destroyed a Houthi ballistic missile on its launchpad in Yemen.
Six drones aimed at targeting "civilians and civilian objects" were launched towards Jazan and Khamis Mushait, the coalition said in a statement carried on Saudi state media.