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Saudi women will now be able to travel without permission of men
A series of new decrees passed on Friday stipulate that Saudi women will now be able to travel without the permission of men and will be given more control over family matters.
EU puts Saudi Arabia on dirty-money blacklist
The European Commission has added Saudi Arabia to a blacklist of nations that are seen to pose a threat because of poor controls on terrorism financing and money laundering.
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Juventus secured a record winning title in the Italian Super Cup on Wednesday evening amid a backdrop of controversy over where the final match was held
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Saudi Arabia's Shura Council has approved regulations to limit child marriages, but what are the reactions from human rights experts and the Saudi population?
Saudi women to be notified of divorce via text, called a 'technical measure' by activists
On Sunday, the Saudi government announced they would start notifying women if their husbands filed for divorce via text message, which activists call "technological progress" rather than real progress.
Saudi Crown Prince's photo-op with Khashoggi's son draws criticism
A photo of the Saudi Crown Prince giving his condolences to Khashoggi's son Salah has drawn a lot of criticism on social media.
Which country sells the most arms to Saudi Arabia?
Germany has committed to an arms freeze on exports to Saudi Arabia, while other countries are keeping a low profile on the subject — what action have different EU countries taken and who stands to lose the most`?
Khashoggi's murder is 'the tree that hid the forest of horror'
The murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi sheds light on the "brutal" and "authoritarian" rule of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, French political scientist Nabil Mouline tells Euronews.
Consulate will be searched as pressure mount on Saudi Arabia
US and Turkey lead call for information on whereabouts
What has Jamal Khashoggi said about Saudi Arabia?
Fears are growing over the fate of the prominent Saudi dissident after Turkish authorities said they believed he was killed inside his nation’s consulate in Istanbul.
Finnish citizen 'first European woman with Saudi driving licence'
A Finnish national has become the first European woman to obtain the Saudi driving licence.
Saudi Arabia to outlaw sexual harassment — and there's mixed reactions
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Saudi women mock ‘You can’t drive’ hashtag as they get ready to take to the roads
Female social media users have commandeered an Arabic Twitter hashtag that translates to "You can't drive".
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"Iran has interest in keeping Yemen as a failed state."
Euronews speaks to Saudi General Ahmad Hassan Mohammad Asiri about the war in Yemen, relations with Iran and his country's future.
Watch: Saudi women take the wheel
Women at Jeddah's Effat University took their first driving lessons on Wednesday, March 7, ahead of the lifting of a ban on women driving in Saudi Arabia.
Campaign welcoming Saudi crown prince's London visit slammed
Pictures of what users called 'propaganda trucks' and adverts in newspapers praising Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince ahead of his official visit to the UK were widely criticised on Twitter.
Theresa May to press Saudi prince over human rights concerns
The 32-year-old crown prince is seen by some as a modernising force in Saudi Arabia.
Saudi billionaire prince freed in corruption investigation
Release suggests corruption probe is winding down after it sent shockwaves through kingdom's business and political establishment
Which EU countries sell arms to Saudi Arabia?
Which EU countries would be most affected by a ban on arms sales to Saudi Arabia and why are NGOs and some MEPs campaigning for the change?