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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?
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`?
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.
A Finnish national has become the first European woman to obtain the Saudi driving licence.
Female social media users have commandeered an Arabic Twitter hashtag that translates to "You can't drive".
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.
Release suggests corruption probe is winding down after it sent shockwaves through kingdom's business and political establishment
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?
Attorney General says evidence is mounting as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman carries out widespread anti-corruption purge.
Saudi clampdown reportedly widens. More reports emerge of detentions for alleged corruption.
Prince Alwaleed has been detained as part of Saudi Arabia's anti-corruption probe, to the shock of global financial centres.
In all, dozens of people have been targeted in an unprecedented crackdown
After years of campaigning Saudi Arabia is to end its ban on women driving
The free photo and video sharing app said Saudi authorities asked it to block the TV channel's Discover Publisher Channel as it broke two local laws
The Salwa border between Qatar and Saudi Arabia for pilgrims travelling to Mecca for the Hajj in the first sign of compromise in a long-running diplomatic stand-off.