Pilot reported threat as flight approached Philippines capital from Jeddah
Saudi Arabia appears to be using US-supplied white phosphorous munitions in its war in Yemen, based on images and videos posted to social media, raising concerns among human rights groups that the highly incendiary material could be used against civilians.
Saudi officials have repeatedly denied any role in the 9/11 attacks, and a US commission has found no evidence to indicate that the Saudi government as an institution or Saudi senior officials individually supported the attacks
Almost two million Muslims made the Hajj pilgrimage this week, despite stampedes causing the deaths of more than 2000 people last year. Photographer Nariman El-Mofty captured the faithful on the first day of Eid in Mina
It is believed Simon Collis may be the first British ambassador to undertake the pilgrimage
The commitee is split into three factions and its consituent parts have released two reports
‘We will never relent in protecting this holy land and our dear country,’ Prince Khaled al-Faisal says
US senators are set to vote on a billion dollar sales of Abrams battle tanks to the autocracy
Andrew Tyrie, the Liaison Committee’s Tory chairman, believes the leak is among the most serious and disruptive Westminster has seen
About two million people will take part in the five-day Hajj pilgrimage
Nearly two million people from around 150 countries are expected to take part in the five-day pilgrimage
The White House has made clear it will veto the bill
The country's leading cleric Sheikh Abdul-Aziz ibn Abdullah was responding to criticism by Iran's Ayatollah
The Committee on Arms Export Control said there was a 'weight of evidence' of violations
'While doubt exists, the default position of the UK should not to be to continue to sell weapons'
An estimated 2,411 people suffocated or were crushed to death last year during a stampede near the holy site of Mina