Hatice Cengiz, the fiancee of Jamal Khashoggi, files a lawsuit in US district court against Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for the journalist's grisly murder.
The Emiratis view the south as an outpost to exert control over the Gulf and Iran, and now they are inviting the Israelis in.
Amnesty International documents that Gulf’s Arab monarchies have used the pandemic as a pretext to increase repressive measures.
UN humanitarian chief Mark Lowcock told the Security Council that aid agencies are only reaching 9 million people a month, down from more than 13 million at the beginning of the year.
Addis Ababa appears to be doing very little to protect its migrant citizens who are facing brutality of both the Saudi government and Yemen’s Houthis rebels.
For Riyadh, the Rohingya refugees on the Saudi soil are still ‘undesirables,’ a burden to be dumped on Bangladesh.
The Saudi-led military coalition and Yemen's Houthi movement agreed last month in Switzerland to exchange 1,081 prisoners, including 15 Saudis, in the largest swap since peace talks in December 2018.
Both Yemen’s Houthis and Riyadh have committed horrible atrocities against Ethiopian migrants, rights groups say.
The Al Huwaitat tribe has appealed to the UN to stop Saudi Arabia’s forced displacement of people living in the area where it plans to build the megaproject.
Under Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, Saudis have spent billions of dollars for the kingdom’s so-called reforms, but “this country does not know what human rights means,” says one of the EU Parliament members.
The Saudi crown prince has crushed dissent within the kingdom and moved to silence potential rivals, such as his cousin Muhammad bin Nayef and his uncle Ahmed bin Abdul Aziz.
A recent Arab opinion poll finds there is strong disapproval for any normalisation deal with Israel.
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