The government’s sale of arms to Saudi Arabia is being heavily criticised due to the Gulf state’s actions in Yemen
Parliament now on a break for party conferences
It is believed Simon Collis may be the first British ambassador to undertake the pilgrimage
The commitee is split into three factions and its consituent parts have released two reports
Josh Earnest says the bill will open up US citizens to lawsuits from all over the world
The Saudi-dominated Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) has condemned a law passed by the United States Congress last week that would allow the families of victims of the Sept. 11 attacks to sue the kingdom's government for damages.
Andrew Tyrie, the Liaison Committee’s Tory chairman, believes the leak is among the most serious and disruptive Westminster has seen
About two million people will take part in the five-day Hajj pilgrimage
Parliamentary committee charged with scrutinising arms exports said it was likely British weapons had been used to violate international law
Almost half of respondents in Saudi Arabia said women should ‘dress how they want’
The country's leading cleric Sheikh Abdul-Aziz ibn Abdullah was responding to criticism by Iran's Ayatollah
The Committee on Arms Export Control said there was a 'weight of evidence' of violations
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The countries' vague promise to work together to stabilise oil prices lit a fire under the oil price and will raise expectations of an Opec production cap
A court in Saudi Arabia has sentenced a man to 15 years in prison and 1,500 lashes for smuggling drugs into prison using a drone.
UK firms continue to sell huge amount of arms to the Middle Eastern kingdom