Delay caused by the UAE has temporarily denied the Trump administration a crucial, hard-fought foreign policy win in the Middle East.
Military sales were suspended over concerns about Saudi human rights violations in Yemen. Now, Britain argues that Saudi violations there are “isolated incidents.”
The pandemic and economic crises have caused many workers to lose their jobs. Some have been detained, abused, deprived of wages and stranded far from home with nowhere to turn for help.
Lobbyists like David Urban, whose connections start at the very top, are thriving as they help the president’s re-election effort while aiding corporate clients.
Jamal Khashoggi’s onetime fiancée called for justice in a Turkish court Friday, as 20 Saudi officials were tried in absentia for the murder of the writer and activist two years ago in the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul.
Supporters of the slain journalist expressed hope that the proceedings would offer a chance for justice. The defendants are to be tried in absentia.
Surging outbreaks in the U.S. Embassy and the kingdom and quiet congressional pressure led the State Department belatedly to allow voluntary departures. Some demand more action.
The Quran introduced blood money as a path to “mercy” and to end tribal conflicts — not as impunity for the rich.
Migrants say Houthi militias that control northern Yemen are brutally forcing them out of their territory and into dangerous situations.
Countries facing a resurgence of coronavirus cases after reopening have reverted back to lockdown, many focusing on isolating specific regions with spiking rates of infections. But the willingness to retighten restrictions amidst growing public health concerns stands in stark contrast to the U.S.' approach to a fresh wave of new cases.
The coronavirus pandemic upended the plans of millions of Muslims, for whom the once-in-a-lifetime trip is a sacred milestone.
The gunman who killed three in Florida was not directed by Al Qaeda, nor inspired solely by online ideology. He was a new kind of terrorist, harder to spot: an extremely enterprising freelancer.
Saudi Arabia may cancel the highly anticipated Muslim holy pilgrimage to Mecca for the first time in the kingdom's recent history due to a spike in new cases of coronavirus.
Relatives of a Saudi Arabian princess, who has purportedly remained imprisoned for over a year after trying to fly to Europe for routine medical care, are now fearing the worst about her health, claiming that they have not been able to get in contact with her two months.
Ali Jassim, a close business associate of the billionaire who owns Manchester City, is serving as a broker in Saudi Arabia’s efforts to buy the Premier League team Newcastle United.
The Premier League wrote a letter to a U.S. trade body, urging it to keep Saudi Arabia on a list of nations that breach intellectual property rules.
A Qatar broadcast company that has accused Saudi Arabia of pirating its signals is asking the league to block a sale of the Newcastle United team to a Saudi-led group.
Saudi Arabia has pledged $500 million to combat the global coronavirus crisis that has infected more than 2 million people and killed at least 144,000 around the globe, the Middle Eastern nation announced Thursday.
The use of gasoline and other fuels is dropping as Saudi Arabia and Russia increase production, sending oil prices to their lowest level in a generation.
The coronavirus outbreak has killed at least another 97 people in Iran, pushing the country’s death toll past 600.