Women and children dead in Sanna after fatal air strike
Families of 9-11 victims have just won a Congressional victory in the US, with the assembly overturning an Obama veto allowing them to sue Saudi Arabia. But what if foreign governments decide to use t
Saudi Arabia's National Transformation Plan to move it away from reliance on oil revenue is reportedly about to be given the green light by the country's cabinet.
The International Monetary Fund is applauding Saudi Arabia's sweeping reform plan calling it "an appropriately bold and far-reaching transformation".
The changes in government come just one week after announcing major economic reforms in the country hard hit by the oil price slump.
US President Barack Obama is in Riyadh to meet Saudi King Salman and attend a Gulf nations summit on stability, counter-terrorism and Iran.
Saudi Arabia has taken a first tentative step towards the elimination of restrictions on women voters and political candidates, albeit on that
Saudi Arabian women have taken another large leap forward in their path to greater equality with at least eight female candidates winning seats in
Saudi Arabian women have made history on Saturday in their country by voting for the first time in local council elections. They have also been
Are there more signs of a chink in the Saudi armour over oil production? OPEC’s effective leader has been softening its stance against cutting
With less than two weeks until voting gets underway in Saudi Arabia, campaigning by women taking part in elections for the first time is in full
euronews’ Daleen Hassan poke to Saudi Arabia’s foreign minister Adel al-Jubeir after the talks in Vienna, which concentrated on Syria but also
Ensaf Haidar, the wife of jailed Saudi blogger Raif Badawi, took her campaign to free her husbands to the EU’s capital on Tuesday as she looked to
World leaders have been gathering in Saudi Arabia to pay their respects after the death of King Abdullah. The visiting officials met Abdullah’s
Saudi Arabia’s elderly King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz was admitted to a hospital in the capital Riyadh on Wednesday for medical tests, state media
Two Saudi women detained for nearly a month in defiance of a ban on females driving have been referred to a court established to try terrorism cases