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U.K. Says It Will Resume Arms to Saudi Arabia

By Stephen Castle

Military sales were suspended over concerns about Saudi human rights violations in Yemen. Now, Britain argues that Saudi violations there are “isolated incidents.”

Saudi officials go on trial in absentia in Turkey for Khashoggi murder

By Talia Kaplan

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.

Trial of 20 Saudis in Jamal Khashoggi Killing Opens in Turkey

By Carlotta Gall

Supporters of the slain journalist expressed hope that the proceedings would offer a chance for justice. The defendants are to be tried in absentia.

Where the Powerful Can Kill the Weak, as Long as They Pay

By Mustafa Akyol

The Quran introduced blood money as a path to “mercy” and to end tribal conflicts — not as impunity for the rich.

African Migrants in Yemen Scapegoated for Coronavirus Outbreak

By Vivian Yee and Tiksa Negeri

Migrants say Houthi militias that control northern Yemen are brutally forcing them out of their territory and into dangerous situations.

The Hajj Pilgrimage Is Canceled, and Grief Rocks the Muslim World

By Ben Hubbard and Declan Walsh

The coronavirus pandemic upended the plans of millions of Muslims, for whom the once-in-a-lifetime trip is a sacred milestone.

Imprisoned Saudi princess lost all contact with family who have 'no idea' whether she's dead or alive: report

By Danielle Wallace

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. 

Adviser to Manchester City Owner Has Role in Newcastle Sale

By Tariq Panja

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.

Saudi Arabia pledges $500M to fight coronavirus pandemic

By David Aaro

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.

Oil Companies on Tumbling Prices: β€˜Disastrous, Devastating’

By Clifford Krauss

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.

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