'How can she possibly – in good conscience – continue selling them to Saudi Arabia?'
If the King really wants his country to be a ‘pioneering global model of excellence on all fronts’ then what is he doing shutting Saudis who want basic freedoms and rights in the clink?
Prince Turki bin Saud al-Kabir was sentenced to death after the victim’s family declined a compensation settlement
Saudi foreign minister also says Britain should not apologise for selling arms used in Yemen
Kingdom teams up with Japanese conglomerate that made billions from Yahoo and Alibaba.
Air strikes and shelling of eastern Aleppo intensify after brief period of relative calm
'We are prepared to respond if necessary to any future missile launches'
King Salman has offered evacuation for medical treatment for civilians wounded in last week’s funeral bombing as international pressure mounts on Saudi Arabia for its involvement in the Yemeni civil war
Police claimed the videos of Abu Sin and Christina Crockett were 'enciting' and invited 'negative attention'
Officials and lawyers within Barack Obama's administration repeatedly said that the US could possibly be defined as a 'co-belligerent' in the Yemeni civil war under international law
Maha al-Tamini is refusing the court order to separate
Anti-secrecy foundation releases second batch of ‘Podesta’ emails, which are being cited as evidence of hypocrisy on the Democratic nominee’s part
US says it will 'review' its support after latest attack
Data on almost 4,000 foreign recruits leaked by a fighter who defected earlier this year
People over 15-years-old in the Kingdom are tried as adults and can be executed
British-based weapons maker hopes to seal multi-billion pound fighter jet deal – MPs say there is ‘great weight of evidence’ that UK-made weapons have been used to violate humanitarian law