Al-Qaida in Yemen is vowing to avenge beheadings carried out by Saudi Arabia this week — an indication that some of the 37 Saudis executed on terrorism-related charges were members of the Sunni militant group.
Long before Saudi Arabia announced it had carried out one of the largest mass executions in its history earlier this week, some of the men condemned to death had made impassioned pleas to the courts in a bid to save their lives.
Saudi Arabia says 37 men have been executed after being convicted of terror-related crimes, but documents reviewed by CNN show that many said they were totally innocent and their confessions had been written by the same people who had tortured them.
The runaway Saudi sisters who sought asylum in the former Soviet republic of Georgia are pushing for Apple and Google to get rid of an “inhuman” app that allows men to keep tabs on female relatives’ travel, according to a new report. Maha al-Subaie, 28, and Wafa al-Subaie, 25, say that Absher, a government e-services...
A Saudi Arabian man who was arrested as a teen back in 2012 as he was about to board a plane to the US to attend Western Michigan University was among nearly 40 Saudi nationals who were beheaded across the kingdom this week. Mujtaba al-Sweikat, who had been accepted into the Michigan college, was just...
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