UN says it is ‘appalled’ by massacre as worsening conflict forces people to flee
Prince Mohammad bin Salman defends US President over immigration ban
Princess Abir bint Salman, who chairs the council, was not in the photograph
King Salman is in Tokyo to negotiate trade links as his country tries to wean itself off oil
Pakistan human rights activists demand information from Saudi Arabia over 11 transgender people still in custody
Saudi-led coalition accused of 'turning aid and commercial supplies into weapons of war'
The royal was joined by 800 delegates and 620 staff
Judicial review underway into claims Saudis use British weapons to commit war crimes in Yemen
About a third of the female population in Saudi Arabia is unemployed and women are still not allowed to drive
The five biggest exporters - US, Russia, China, France and Germany - accounted for 74 per cent of the total volume of arms exports
Saudis lose top spot for 1st time since March
Saudi Arabia and Kuwait have been named the most "toxic" nations on Earth in a new report.
Prince Muhammed bin Nayef given George Tenet award by agency chief Mike Pompeo for contributions to 'realising world security and peace'
Court documents show then business secretary ‘indicated he will suspend exports’ if he did not have cross-government agreement by the end of the day
The Foreign Secretary wrote to the Trade Secretary saying he did not judge the attack as a reason to stop selling weapons
12 million people affected by the Yemeni civil war face ‘rapidly deteriorating’ situation, aid agencies say