A recent report has revealed that Saudi Arabia and the UAE have been among the countries that have been extensively using the spyware Pegasus to spy on their own people and track human rights advocates.
Yemeni armed forces fire a Badr-1 ballistic missile at a military base in Saudi Arabia’s southern border region of Jizan.
An ex-member of the anti-Iran MKO terror group details the Saudi transfer of almost $200 million worth of gold to the notorious outfit.
Tesla Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk’s comments about Saudi funding has made him subject of a criminal probe as Riyadh reportedly clinches a $1-billion deal with Lucid Motors, Tesla’s rival.
Saudi Arabia will auction real estate owned by detained billionaire Maan al-Sanea and his Eastern Province-based company starting next month.
A Saudi human rights activist and a critic of the kingdom’s royals are assaulted in the UK by men backing Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman.
An independent rights group says more than 2,500 political dissidents are currently being held in Israeli jails and detention centers.
Spain says it will go ahead with a deal to sell Saudi Arabia 400 precision bombs despite earlier cancellation of the contract.
Yemeni forces have fired a Badr-1 ballistic missile at a military base in the southern Saudi border region of Najran.
A US Senator gives the Trump White House a dressing-down for brazenly denying the evident killing of Yemeni civilians by Saudi Arabia and its allies and for continuing to assist a Saudi-led coalition in an invasion of Yemen.
Saudi forces attack tents set up in the kingdom's Shia-populated Qatif region to hold mourning rituals in the lunar month of Muharram.
Saudi Arabia reportedly purchases a missile system owned and operated by Israel amid warming relations between the two regimes.
Human Rights watch has blasted the Saudi regime for imprisoning Sunni preacher Salman al-Awda, calling for his immediate release.
Human Rights Watch (HRW) urges major car makers to call on Saudi Arabia to release female activists, who fought for women’s right to drive in the kingdom.
Saudi Arabian officials have arrested a writer as the ongoing crackdown on political dissidents widens in the conservative kingdom.
Spain says it will discuss with Saudi Arabia ways to resolve their differences over the sale of laser-guided bombs to the kingdom just days after blocking the shipment.
Saudi King Salman’s brother Ahmed is reportedly considering self-exile in fear of facing punishment.
The Spanish government seems to be worried about the possible cancellation of a lucrative contract to sell warships to Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Arabia says it intercepted a Yemeni missile over Najran on Wednesday, night but the debris from the missile injured 37 people.
The incident comes as Washington has been involved in managing Saudi Arabia’s airstrikes in Yemen.
A leading organization of Muslim scholars raps Saudi Arabia for seeking the death penalty for an imprisoned Muslim preacher.
A Saudi prince has pointed the finger at King Salam and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for the devastating war in Yemen.
Saudi prosecutors have demanded the death penalty for jailed moderate Sunni Muslim preacher Salman al-Awda.
Spanish defense ministry has cancelled a €9.2-million deal to sell Saudis 400 precision bombs for fear that they could be used against Yemenis.
Yemeni naval forces and their allies have targeted a Saudi military vessel off the coast of the kingdom’s southwestern border region of Jizan.
Saudi Arabia is seriously considering digging a 60-kilometre canal that will turn Qatar into an island.
A Saudi political dissident has been tortured to death at a prison in the kingdom’s Tarout Island.
The US Air Force is looking for contractors to train Saudi F-15 pilots despite the kingdom's war on Yemen, new federal documents show.
The UK media regulator Ofcom has banned Saudi Arabia from paying to promote its so-called reform agenda on British television.
The Canadian foreign minister says her country stand up for human rights around the globe, amid a row with Saudi Arabia.
Amnesty International has voiced concern about the situation of detained female Saudi activist Loujain al-Hathloul amid rising speculations that the kingdom may start to execute its jailed women rights campaigners.
Human Rights Watch says a so-called investigatory body, overseen by Saudi Arabia, has for more than two years been covering up war crimes in Yemen.
Canada has once again expressed concern over human rights violations in Saudi Arabia.
Saudi security forces have reportedly arrested one of Mecca’s most prominent imams for criticizing Crown Prince Salman’s reforms.
The Canadian FM reacts to news of a Saudi plan to behead a jailed female activist, in a further escalation of an already-tense diplomatic row between the two sides.
Saudi Arabia's plan to execute a female human rights activist shows that the Saudis are "almost out of control," says a political commentator.
Saudi Arabia may for the first time execute a female Shia human rights activist for supporting anti-government protests.
The annual Hajj pilgrimage reaches its climax with pilgrims in Saudi Arabia and Muslims around the world celebrating Eid al-Adha.
More than two million Muslims from around the globe have converged in the holy city of Mecca in Saudi Arabia to start this year’s Hajj pilgrimage.
A US army psychological warfare retired officer says Saudi Arabia killed the 40 school children to terrorize the Yemeni people into submission.
Saudi officials have sentenced a writer critical of the United Arab Emirates' regional policies to five years in prison.
Qatar has accused Saudi Arabia of barring its citizens from this year's Hajj, something Riyadh denies.
A hugely-popular Saudi Sunni cleric, who has been imprisoned since last year for critiquing the kingdom’s policies, is reportedly taken away to attend a “secret trial.”
Qatar's beIN says it has "irrefutable evidence" that Saudi Arabia and Riyadh-based satellite provider Arabsat are involved in beoutQ piracy.
Saudi Arabia says it has arrested a citizen suspected of planning a terror attack in the kingdom’s central heartland.
A US university says it is prepared to admit Saudi students ordered by Riyadh to leave Canada.
A political dissident and Muslim preacher has reportedly died under torture at a prison in Saudi Arabia.
Pieces of a 500-pound American bomb have been found at the site of a bloody Saudi air strike on a bus carrying Yemeni schoolchildren, a journalist says.
Saudi authorities arrest another university professor in widening crackdown on dissidents in the kingdom.
The EU calls on Saudi Arabia to clarify on the circumstances concerning the detentions of women rights activists.
Yemeni army soldiers and their allies have fired a barrage of ballistic missiles at Saudi military bases and key positions in the kingdom’s border region of Jizan.
The UN secretary general has denounced the Saudi-led coalition’s deadly attack on a bus carrying Yemeni children.
Canada says it won’t back down on its criticism of human rights conditions in Saudi Arabia despite the ensuing tension.
Yemeni army forces target the Jizan Industrial City in southern Saudi Arabia with domestically-manufactured Badr-1 ballistic missile.
Saudi Arabia beheads and "crucifies" a Myanmarese national over charges of murder, theft and attempted rape.
Yemeni army soldiers and their allies have targeted border posts in Saudi Arabia’s Jizan, Najran regions, killing and injuring scores of troopers.
Riyadh has also threatened to break off trade with other Western countries.
Malaysia's defense minister said the King Salman Center to combat 'terror' would close immediately.
Tensions over human rights issues escalate between Riyadh and Ottawa as Saudi Arabia targets bilateral educational exchanges after severing ties with Canada.
Canada refuses to back down from its human rights stance despite Saudi Arabia's expulsion of its ambassador.
Saudi Arabia expels the Canadian ambassador and recalls its envoy after severing business ties with Ottawa.
Saudi Arabia and the UAE were planning to attack Qatar last year at the onset of the diplomatic crisis with the Persian Gulf nation.
Human Rights Watch says Saudi Arabia has arrested the two in an "unprecedented" crackdown on opposition.
An Amnesty International staff member has been targeted by Israeli-made spyware.
More than a dozen government critics have been arrested since mid-May.
The young student has become a topic of social media discussions.
Informed sources say Washington has been quietly pushing ahead with a plan to create a NATO-like security and political alliance between Arab countries to confront Iran.
Riyadh suspends all oil exports through the Bab el-Mandeb Strait after Yemen’s Houthi movement targeted a Saudi warship and another vessel operated by the Riyadh-led alliance waging war on Yemen.
As the Qatari emir visits the UK, a group of activists have staged a protest rally to condemn the Saudi-led blockade of Qatar as well as the Riyadh regime’s deadly war against impoverished Yemen.
Saudi Arabia reportedly pays out more than $11 million to an institute run by former British prime minister Tony Blair in exchange for its advisory role.
Saudi authorities have arrested assistant professor Dr. Musaed al-Tayyar as part of a crackdown on intellectuals and dissidents in the kingdom.
Saudi Arabian security forces reportedly arrest a senior preacher alongside seven other people during a raid of the public figure's house.
Saudi Arabia has struck a deal with the Independent to launch new websites in four languages, including Persian.
A high-ranking Saudi energy official says the kingdom will not raise its crude oil export this month.
Madrid signs a military deal with the Riyadh regime, which would see a Spanish firm build five warships for Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Arabia has executed seven more people, who were convicted of murder and drug trafficking, in one single day.
Activists take to social media, recounting details regarding Saudi Arabia’s arrest of an outspoken scholar and his sons.
Saudi Arabia has increased its output by half a million barrels a day to meet Trump's demands for lower oil prices.
Saudi Arabia takes into custody a prominent Muslim scholar as part of an ongoing campaign to silence dissidents in the kingdom.
The Saudi and French defense chiefs ink a military deal aimed at protecting classified information.
Israel’s top nuclear official has presented the US with a series of steep demands about the need to keep a strict tab on Saudi Arabia's nuclear ambitions.
A Bangladeshi resident and a member of Saudi Arabia's security forces are killed in an attack on a security checkpoint in the town of Buraydah in the Qassim province.
Saudi Arabia is keeping dozens of people, including one prince, who were arrested in a so-called anti-corruption purge last November, The Wall Street Journal reports.
According to official data, unemployment rate among Saudi citizens edged up to a record 12.9 percent in the first quarter of this year.
Saudi woman says those opposed to her driving set ablaze her car.
Saudi Arabia ready to use its surplus two million barrels of oil production capacity to even out the global market.
Saudi regime forces have stormed the family home an executed Shia activist in the kingdom’s Shia-populated Eastern Province.
Social media is abuzz with talk about a video, in which a Saudi preacher is heckled by a critic and blasted for saying once that Saudi Arabia and the US "lead the world nations towards peace.”
South Korea says Korea Electric Power Corp (KEPCO) has been shortlisted to bid for Saudi Arabia’s first nuclear power plants.
A major Belgian courthouse suspends eight licenses for export of arms to Saudi Arabia, citing the kingdom’s human rights record.
Riyadh does not “like” raising its oil production not at least beyond 11,000 barrels per day (bpd), says a Saudi official.