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Mohammed Bin Salman
World  /  Published 19.05.20

Jailed Saudis seek influence in Washington

A handful of prominent jailed Saudis and their allies, concluding they are unlikely to win release by pleading directly with their own government, are planning to press their cases in Washington, incl...
By New York Times News Service in Washington

World  /  Published 18.04.20

Jailed Saudi princess appeals for help

For years, she was a rare princess from Saudi Arabia who spoke her mind to the world, criticising the kingdom’s treatment of women, calling its religious teachings “extremely dangerous” and voic...
By Ben Hubbard/New York Times News Service in Beirut

World  /  Published 14.04.20

MBS detains senior members of family

In a fresh episode of Saudi palace intrigue, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has detained three members of the royal family, including a brother of the king and a former crown prince who had been pot...
By David D. Kirkpatrick and Ben Hubbard/New York Times News Service in New York

World  /  Published 25.01.20

Lesson from Bezos hack: Anyone can be a target

You may not think you're in the same league as Jeff Bezos when it comes to being a hacking target. Probably not, but you — and just about anyone else, potentially including senior U.S. government fi...
By AP in

World  /  Published 22.01.20

Hacking of Bezos phone tied to MBS

Jeff Bezos, owner of the Washington Post which employed the dissident Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi as a columnist, allegedly had his mobile phone hacked after receiving a WhatsApp video file from ...
By Amit Roy in London

World  /  Published 23.12.19

Death for Saudi 5 for Khashoggi murder

A court in Saudi Arabia sentenced five men to death and three to prison terms over the killing of Saudi dissident writer Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul last year, the kingdom’s public prosecutor said o...
By Ben Hubbard/New York Times News Service in Beirut

World  /  Published 09.12.19

Coffee flows in once-bloody Chop-Chop Square

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By Reuters in Riyadh

World  /  Published 30.11.19

Saudi Arabia step up ‘dissent crackdown’

Saudi Arabia’s long-running drive to muzzle dissent has escalated again in recent weeks with the arrests of several journalists, writers and academics who had not vocally criticised the government i...
By Vivian Yee/New York Times News Service in Beirut

Business  /  Published 03.11.19

Saudi Arabia formally starts Aramco IPO

Saudi Arabia formally started its long-anticipated initial public offering of its state-run oil giant Saudi Aramco on Sunday, which will see a sliver of the firm offered on a local stock exchange in h...
By AP in Dubai

Opinion  /  Published 01.11.19

Kashmir too fractious for Delhi-Riyadh ties

Facing grave threats following the attack on two Aramco facilities by Iranians or Houthis, halving oil production for days, Saudi Arabia would likely stay away from Pakistan and India on Kashmir, havi...
By N.V. Subramanian in


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