Saudi Authorities Release Activist Loujain Al-Hathloul
The Saudi authorities released human rights activist Loujain Al-Hathloul. "Loujain is at home!" her sister Lina tweeted, posting a picture of Loujain's face.
Investigator Says Amazon Chief's Phone Hacked by Saudis
The investigator hired to look into the release of intimate images of Jeff Bezos said Saturday he has concluded that Saudi Arabian authorities hacked the Amazon chief's phone to access his personal data.
Saudi Woman Named to Senior Government Post for First Time
A Saudi woman has been named to a senior government post for the first time, authorities said on Wednesday shortly after a ban on women drivers was lifted as the conservative kingdom takes steps to modernise its image.
Rights Groups Condemn Saudi Arrests as Crackdown on Dissent
The campaign group Human Rights Watch on Friday condemned the arrest by Saudi authorities of some 30 clerics, intellectuals and activists this week as a "coordinated crackdown on dissent", and Amnesty International echoed the sentiment.
Saudi Arabia Says Foils Islamic State Bomb, Foreign Spying Plots
Saudi Arabia said on Tuesday it foiled an Islamic State plot to bomb its defense ministry headquarters and also said it had arrested several people suspected of carrying out espionage in the kingdom on behalf of foreign powers.
Photos: Thousands Take Part in Funeral Procession of Martyr Ali Aqaqa Killed by Saudi Regime in Al-Awamiyah
Thousands of Umm Al-Hamam residents took part in the funeral procession of martyr Ali Mohammad Kazem Aqaqa who was killed on Friday (May 12, 2017) by the Saudi forces while passing on the public street in Al-Awamiya that has been witnessing a siege and military invasion since over a week.
Saudi Authorities Start Demolishing Historic Al-Masora Neighborhood
The Saudi authorities began the process of demolishing the historic Al-Masora neighborhood in the town of Awamiyah in Qatif. The neighborhood dates back to 400 years and is resided by about 2000 people.
After Ban on Khashoggi, Will Abdulkhaleq Abdullah be Next?
Saudi authorities banned one of their citizens, writer Jamal Khashoggi from appearing on any media outlet. So will Dr. Abdulkhaleq Abdullah, a political science professor at Emirates University, be next.