Fourteen workers at potato chip factory were killed while on overnight shifts
'The presence of female athletes in 2012 made things worse, because it allowed Saudi Arabia to escape criticism,' says a researcher on the topic
Saudi Arabia has made a rare comment on the nature of its security operations, confirming it was working with German investigators to track Islamist militants behind bomb and axe attacks in July.
Those we trust to represent us will not take up the battle against injustice these days because they are now too involved in the infliction of this injustice, albeit by proxy
‘I happen to think that the case raises issues that require to be ventilated in public,’ judge says
21-year-old claims her academic father locks her up because she ‘kissed a guy’
'Executions are never the answer to stopping crime, especially when they result from a flawed justice system that ignores torture allegations'
Mohammed Al-Jeffery reportedly disapproved of his daughter's behaviour in the UK
Reams of corrections were issued just as MPs went back to their consituencies for recess
'Saudi Arabia is out of step with a global trend of states moving away from the death penalty', says Amnesty International
Saudi Arabia’s male guardianship system remains the most significant impediment to women’s rights in the country
Exclusive: The autocratic petro-state could once again be on the influential panel
Haila al-Oraini reportedly objected to her sons joining up with jihadist group
Bombing near the diplomatic post was the first of three targeting the kindgom as Ramadan came to an end
Javad Zarif was criticised for his country's role in Syria and other conflicts
The mosque is the second-most holy site in Islam