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also Fei·sal or Fei·sul  (fī′səl) Full name Faisal bin Abdul Aziz al-Saud. 1906?-1975.
King of Saudi Arabia (1964-1975) who used oil revenue to increase industrialization and improve educational and medical facilities. He was assassinated by his nephew.


(ˈfaɪ səl)

1904–75, king of Saudi Arabia 1964–75.


(ˈfaɪ səl)
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Speaking at the event, Deputy Head of Ethiopian Embassy Feisel Aliyi said, "I would like to thank the Ethiopian community for hosting such a wonderful celebration.
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The signing was attended by Mesganu Arga Moach, ambassador of Ethiopia, Feisel Aliyi Abrahim, Deputy Chief of Mission, and Issa Mohamed al-Ishaq Director of Communication QRCS.
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