The Winter at Tantora Festival is bringing international music stars to perform at Al-Ula, Saudi Arabia.
The Al-Ula governorate in Saudi Arabia is an area packed with prehistoric sites and landmarks.
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The agreement includes building warships and frigates in Saudi Arabia through a joint venture with the French firm. Military deals with Saudi Arabia have come under renewed
scrutiny since the October killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul.
The calls came after it emerged that both platforms have hosted a Saudi Arabian government app that allowed men to track women’s activity.
The European Parliament agreed a resolution condemning the detention and torture of women activists in Saudi Arabia. Now is the time for action. The world should not turn its back on wrongfully imprisoned women like Eman Al Nafjan.
The EU added several new territories to their list of countries who have been lax on criminal money laundering activities.
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.
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
Canada has granted asylum to a Saudi teenager who fled to Thailand because she feared her family would kill her.
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?
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.
The UN refugee agency has determined that a Saudi woman who fled her family and refused to leave a Bangkok hotel room is a legitimate refugee, and has asked Australia to consider resettling her.
On the day of the start of the hearing in Saudi Arabia into the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul the Saudi prosecutor calls for the death penalty for those found guilty
US Senators urge Trump administration to act against Saudis over Khashoggi killing, though lawmakers still unsure of how the US should respond.
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman laughed and clapped hands before they sat down for the G20 opening session
British Prime Minister Theresa May said she will be robust with the crown prince of Saudi Arabia over the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
British prime minister doesn't want domestic troubles to undermine her position as a global leader.
The Saudi lawyers who had asked peacefully for the observance of universal human rights and equality of women in Saudi society but were sentenced between 10 and 15 years in prison were awarded with the Right Livelihood Award in Stockholm.
The Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition & Conference gathered more than 140,000 visitors in the UAE capital for its 21st edition.
Marking one of the biggest drops since the oil price collapse of 2014, the global benchmark Brent has fallen more than 20% since early October.
Denmark is the latest country to halt all future arms exports to Riyadh in response to Khashoggi's death and fighting in Yemen. But what are other European countries doing?
Denmark has suspended future arms exports to Saudi Arabia amid the country's growing concerns over the conflict in Yemen and the killing of a dissident Saudi journalist.
We take a look back at the top stories from around Europe this morning.
Some of the bombs being dropped on poor Yemenis — including on the school bus where 40 children died in August 2018 — were made in America. So were the planes from which they are being dropped.
The US President continues to question Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s role in Jamal Khashoggi’s death, despite the CIA concluding Friday that he ordered his killing.