Ali Mohammed al-Nimr was arrested when he was 17 for allegedly organising protests
The Saudi Foreign Minister says LGBT rights are 'counter to Islamic law'
Saudi Arabia had drawn widespread condemnation for sentencing a blogger to 1,000 lashes
A Saudi-led coaltion has denied any involvement
Why don't they spend some of their oil wealth on making the Hajj safe, rather than wasting it on a cruel and futile war in Yemen?
The group says it 'will not stand by and watch' as Mr al-Nimr is executed
Iran says that at least 136 of its citizens are among the dead, while more than 300 other Iranians remain unaccounted for after the devastating stampede
Saudi Arabian authorities also raised the number of wounded people to 934
At least three groups of pilgrims are unaccounted for and the government has not announced whether any British citizens were among more than 700 killed
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office has not yet confirmed whether any British pilgrims were injured or killed in the disaster
It is thought to be the worst tragedy to hit Eid in more than two decades
19,000 to 25,000 Britons are believed to be in Saudi Arabia for the annual pilgrimage
Around 2 million Muslims have made the pilgrimage to Mecca for Eid
More than 700 people are thought to have been killed in the latest tragedy
Mr al-Nimr was sentenced to death for being involved in anti-government protests when he was 16 or 17 years old