The late Saudi journalist Jamal Ahmad Khashoggi: His murder is the subject of The Dissident.

The last few years have seen a wave of true-crime documentaries from around the world. But it’s unusual to find one in which the story unfolds against(...)

White House press secretary Jen Psaki  said the president recognised ‘that there are areas we need to continue to work together on because they are in the interest of the United States’. Photograph: Oliver Contreras/Pool/EPA

The Biden administration has defended its decision not to sanction Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman for his role in the murder of journalist Jam(...)

Saudi activist Loujain al-Hathloul: has been on hunger strike since October 26th. Photograph: Facebook

The G20 summit hosted by Saudi Arabia this weekend has been hijacked by the coronavirus pandemic and will be held virtually, with talking heads addres(...)

Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Photograph: Mohammed Al-Shaikh via Getty

A Saudi court has issued final verdicts in the case of killed Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi after his family announced pardons that spared(...)

The revelations about Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and the de facto Saudi ruler Mohammed bin Salman would seem over-cooked in a Hollywood movie script. But the issues they raise are deadly serious. Photograph: Bandar al-Jaloud/AFP via Getty

The owner of one of the world’s richest companies and one of its most influential newspapers has his phone hacked after receiving a WhatsApp message a(...)

 US president Donald Trump  with  Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman. Photograph: Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty

A reminder of US president Donald Trump’s unique foreign policy priorities has been served following the killing of three American soldiers at a milit(...)

US naval air station in Pensacola, Florida: Friday’s attack followed a US sailor shooting dead two workers there on Wednesday. Photograph: Patrick Nichols/US Navy

A Saudi air force trainee opened fire at a Naval Air Station in Florida on Friday, killing three people, immediately prompting questions about securit(...)

The government has used troll armies to harass and intimidate users online and has arrested and imprisoned Twitter users. Photograph: Alastair Pike/AFP/Getty

Saudi Arabia’s government recruited two Twitter employees to gather information on thousands of accounts that included prominent opponents, US prosecu(...)

Facebook is suing the Israeli hacker-for-hire company NSO Group for allegedly targeting some 1,400 users of its encrypted messaging service WhatsApp w(...)

Irish businesses have grown exports of dairy products to Arab countries by 37 per cent to €140 million

Exports to Arab countries could more than double to almost €12 billion over the next 15 years, a new report says. The Republic sells goods and servic(...)

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