Saad Aljabri has accused Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of using increasingly aggressive tactics to try to return him to Saudi Arabia, including offering him a job, threatening to have him extradited on corruption charges, and arresting two of his children
Premier League: Saudi Arabia-led consortium's Newcastle United bid ends over piracy, human rights issues
Premier League spent four months considering whether to approve the 300 million pound takeover of Newcastle that would have seen Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund gain an 80 percent stake in it.
Was told to light up the oven after Jamal Khashoggi’s arrival, says worker at Saudi Arabia’s consulate in Istanbul
The prominent Saudi Arabian journalist had disappeared after going to the consulate to get papers for his marriage in October 2018
Saudi Arabia bans flogging as form of punishment, convicts to be handed jail sentences and fines instead
Saudi Arabia is ending flogging as a form of punishment, according to a document from the kingdom’s top court seen by Reuters
Amnesty International asks Premier League to consider Saudi Arabia's human rights violations ahead of Newcastle takeover
Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund is seeking clearance from the Premier League to take control of Newcastle United from retail entrepreneur Mike Ashley as the majority owner.
How Jeff Bezos' iPhone X was hacked: 14 bytes of 4.4 MB video sent by Saudi crown prince likely to have been malware
On the afternoon of 1 May, 2018, Jeff Bezos received a message on WhatsApp from an account belonging to Saudi Arabia’s crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman
Bezos’ security consultant had previously accused the Saudi government of hacking Bezos’ phone.
With US assistance no longer guaranteed, Saudi Arabia adopts a new strategy: Talks with regional foes
In the months since a missile and drone attack widely seen as the work of Iran left two Saudi oil facilities smouldering, the Saudi crown prince has taken an uncharacteristic turn to diplomacy to cool tensions with his regional enemies
Jamal Khashoggi murder case: Saudi Arabia court sentences five people to death, three others to prison for killing scribe
A court in Saudi Arabia on Monday sentenced five people to death for the killing of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi, who was murdered in the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul last year by a team of Saudi agents
Saudi Aramco raises $25.6 bn in largest-ever IPO; market launch puts oil behemoth's value at $1.7 tn
Aramco will begin trading three billion shares on the country's Tadawul stock exchange 12 December at a starting price of 32 riyals ($8.53), the sources said.
Crown Prince Mohammed wants to eventually list a total of 5 percent of Aramco
Daily bulletin: Narendra Modi to co-chair ASEAN-India summit in Thailand; Delhi HC Bar Association asked to join strike against Tis Hazari scuffle; day's top stories
Daily bulletin: Narendra Modi to co-chair ASEAN-India summit in Thailand; Delhi HC Bar Association asked to join strike against Tis Hazari scuffle; India to face Bangladesh in T20I in New Delhi day's top stories
Kashmir issue was not discussed by Narendra Modi and Mohammed bin Salman in Saudi Arabia, claim reports
Saudi Arabia understands India's position on Kashmir and believes what New Delhi is doing is for the betterment of its own population, an Indian source said in Riyadh.
The wrestling bout at King Fahd Stadium will be an incongruous scene in a country where women are generally obliged to wear the black abaya cloak
Narendra Modi in Saudi Arabia: PM, King Salman condemn terror in all forms, agree to boost bilateral security cooperation
Narendra Modi, who is here to attend the third edition of the Kingdom's high-profile annual financial conference, called on the King and the two leaders exchanged views on working together closely to strengthen bilateral ties.
Narendra Modi on two-day visit to Saudi Arabia: PM to address key financial meet 'Davos in the Desert', hold bilateral talks with top leadership
In September, Saudi Arabia said that it was looking at investing $100 billion in India in areas of energy, refining, petrochemicals, infrastructure, agriculture, minerals and mining.
Saudi Arabia allows women to serve in armed forces; move comes as part of measures taken to increase women's rights
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, the kingdom's de facto ruler, has approved a handful of reforms aimed at widening women's rights
Saudi Arabia allows foreign men and women to share hotel rooms; move comes amid kingdom's tourism push
The changes are part of de facto ruler Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s ambitious economic and social reform agenda
A year after Jamal Khashoggi's murder, rights groups demand justice for slain Washington Post columnist
Jamal Khashoggi, a Washington Post columnist, was killed and dismembered at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October 2, 2018, in an operation that reportedly involved 15 agents sent from Riyadh. His body was never found.
Suspected Saudi operatives of killing Jamal Khashoggi made 'chilling' jokes before murder, say reports by UN investigators
Saudi operatives suspected of killing the journalist Jamal Khashoggi at the country's Istanbul consulate were heard joking and talking about dismemberment before his arrival, according to secret tapes heard by UN investigators