The newly-released material is said to largely resemble a top-secret report known as the '28 pages'
'What about a man who beats his wife? What about a man who does not give his wife her rights? The law should do something about this too'
It isn’t clear why the functions have been banned, though local reports have claimed that the move is an attempt to protect traditional telecom operators
Tensions between the two nations have risen after the Sunni-led kingdom executed prominent Shiite cleric Nimr al-Nimr in January
Schreiber, who founded PointState Capital in 2010, set his sights on Saudi Arabia at a conference last week
The new photos, obtained by a Freedom of Information request, show how the day of the attacks unfolded at the White House
Her family claimed she had previously complained of being mentally and physically harassed
The blaze has led to cuts equivalent to about 40 percent of Canada’s oil-sands production
The law was implemented in order to 'protect women's rights'
Binladin Group employees say they have not received their wages for six months
The start of a more general withdrawal from fossil fuels accross the globe is driven not so much by government policies, but by financial forces
Prince Mohammed bin Salman is naively opting for the sort of radical economic reform that will be impossible to implement and will de-stabilise his country
Saudi Arabia's Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has become a very familiar figure to Western economists in the wake of the oil price crisis.
The conservative Middle Eastern state is looking into ways of diversifying its revenue
King Salman is technically the ruler, but Prince Mohammed is the favoured son, and he is increasingly calling the shots on some pretty important events
Prince Mohammed bin Salman said that reforms will involve selling shares in the state-owned oil giant Aramco and allowing women more of a role