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Saudi Arabia sent a written warning about Tamerlan Tsarnaev to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security in 2012, long before Boston Marathon blasts

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New reports reveal Saudi Arabia sent a written warning about Tamerlan Tsarnaev to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security in 2012, long before Boston Marathon blasts, according to a senior Saudi government official with direct knowledge of the document. It appears the Saudi warning came separately from the multiple red flags raised by Russian intelligence in 2011, and was based on human intellig...

Abdul Hamid, a Sudanese man was publicly beheaded last month in Saudi Arabia in a car parking for being a "sorcerer"

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...e one swift stroke decapitates him. Abdul Hamid, a Sudanese man was publicly beheaded last month in Saudi Arabia in a car parking for being a "sorcerer"   Abdul Hamid Bin Hussain Bin Moustafa al-Fakki, who was killed on September 20, is believed to have been the 44th person executed in Saudi Arabia this year – and the 11th foreign national. This year, a total of 17 people wer...

Saudi Arabia shuts its embassy in Egypt following protests over lawyer Ahmed al-Gizawi, who is detained in Saudi Arabia

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Saudi Arabia has decided to shut its embassy and consulates in Egypt following protests over Egyptian lawyer Ahmed al-Gizawi, who has been detained in Saudi Arabia. The Saudi ambassador to Egypt had also been recalled, according to the Saudi state news agency. Egyptian protesters have demanded the release of human rights lawyer Ahmed al-Gizawi. The head of Egypt’s ruling military council ha...

Saudi Arabia has decided to allow its women athletes to compete in the Olympic Games for the first time

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Saudi Arabia has decided to allow its women athletes to compete in the Olympic Games for the first time. A statement from the Saudi Embassy in London says the country’s Olympic Committee will “oversee participation of women athletes who can qualify”. The decision will end recent speculation as to whether the entire Saudi team could have been disqualified on grounds of gender dis...

Princess Basma Bint Saud Bin Abdulaziz of Saudi Arabia spoke out about the many changes she would like to see in her country

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Princess Basma Bint Saud Bin Abdulaziz of Saudi Arabia spoke out during an interview with BBC about the many changes she would like to see in her country. Princess Basma, 47, is the youngest daughter of former Saudi Arabia’s ruler, King Saud, and niece to its current king. The princess currently lives in Acton, West London, and is a businesswoman setting up a series of restaurant chains in...

Saudi Arabia is planning to build a new city exclusively for women as it bids to combine strict Sharia law and career minded females, pursuing work

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Saudi Arabia is planning to build a new city exclusively for women as it bids to combine strict Sharia law and career minded females, pursuing work. It is thought the Saudi Industrial Property Authority (Modon) has been asked to bring the country up to date with the rest of the modern world with the controversial city, which is now being designed with construction to begin next year. It is hoped...

Saudi Arabia has rejected a non-permanent seat on the UN Security Council

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Saudi Arabia has rejected a non-permanent seat on the UN Security Council, accusing the world body of “double standards”. The Saudi foreign ministry said the UN needs to be reformed first. It said the Security Council had failed in its duties towards Syria as well as in other world conflicts. Saudi Arabia has previously expressed frustration at what it sees as an international failure...

Sarah Attar from Saudi Arabia will compete in the 800 m at London Olympics

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International Olympic Committee (IOC) has announced that Saudi Arabia will send two female athletes to compete in the London 2012 Games. Sarah Attar will compete in the 800 m and Wodjan Ali Seraj Abdulrahim Shahrkhani in the judo competition. The Saudi authorities lifted a ban on women from the Gulf kingdom competing in the Games last month. The public participation of women in sport is still fie...

Saudi student’s flat mate Mohammed Bada described him as a devout Muslim and a soccer fan who is from the city of Medina in Saudi Arabia

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...d could be seen removing several bags of evidence, though he has not been charged with anything. The Saudi student, who is studying English, is in hospital after suffering from serious burns and is said to be cooperating fully with police. He was tackled to the ground by a civilian who believed he was acting suspiciously. Several neighbors believed he had Anglicized his Saudi name to Jason. The bo...

IKEA Saudi catalogue removes women from its pages

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IKEA has said it regrets that images of women are missing from the Saudi version of its catalogue. Women are clearly present in corresponding images in the firm’s English-language catalogue. The Swedish furniture company said “excluding women from the Saudi Arabian version of the catalogue is in conflict with the IKEA Group values”. It attributed the gaffe to the fact its Saudi...

Saudi journalist Hamza Kashgari has been deported by Malaysian authorities over the accusations of insulting the Prophet Muhammad in a tweet

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Saudi journalist Hamza Kashgari has been deported by Malaysian authorities over the accusations of insulting the Prophet Muhammad in a tweet. Police confirmed that Hamza Kashgari, 23, was sent back to Saudi Arabia on Sunday despite protests from human rights groups. Hamza Kashgari’s controversial tweet last week sparked more than 30,000 responses and several death threats. Insulting the pro...

A Saudi court has sentenced seven cyber activists to between five to 10 years in prison for inciting protests, mainly by using Facebook

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A Saudi court has sentenced seven cyber activists to between five to 10 years in prison for inciting protests, mainly by using Facebook. The men were arrested in September last year, according to Human Rights Watch (HRW), and their trial began in April. The activists were charged with posting online messages to encourage protests in Saudi Arabia, although they were not accused of directly taking...

Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal of Saudi Arabia has defended his decision to sue the business magazine Forbes

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...d disputed the methodology used and said Forbes had “insulted” the business community in Saudi Arabia. Prince Alwaleed has previously said that the magazine underestimated his fortune by $9.6 billion. Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal of Saudi Arabia has defended his decision to sue the business magazine Forbes However, in a statement, Prince Alwaleed’s investment vehicle, Kingdom Holdi...

Princess Maha Al-Sudairi of Saudi tried to dodge paying an $8 million bill from a five-star establishment in Paris, leaving the hotel with her retinue of 60 servants in tow and a mountain of suitcases

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...clusive Shangri-La hotel at 3:30 a.m. last Friday. They called the police and the wayward ex-wife of Saudi Crown Prince and deputy prime minister Prince Nayef bin Abdulaziz – who is second-in-line to the Saudi throne – was stopped as her extensive luggage was being bundled into a fleet of limousines. Most offenders in her position would have been arrested on the spot, charged and perhaps would alr...

Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Nayef bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud, who was in his late 70s, has died "outside the kingdom",

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Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Nayef bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud, who was in his late 70s, has died “outside the kingdom”, the royal court has said. Prince Nayef, who was also deputy prime minister and interior minister, had left the country for a holiday and medical tests late last month. On 3 June, the deputy interior minister said the prince, who was 77 or 78, was in good health and...

Barbaric textbooks which were handed out in Saudi Arabian schools teach children how to cut off a thief's hands and feet under Sharia law

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It has emerged that barbaric textbooks which were handed out in Saudi Arabian schools teach children how to cut off a thief’s hands and feet under Sharia law. The shocking books, paid for and printed by the Saudi government, also tell teenagers that Jews need to be exterminated and homosexuals should be “put to death”. Recent editions were obtained by the Institute for Gulf Affairs in Washi...

Crown Prince Salman bin Abdulaziz al Saud had cleared the way for the possible execution of a prince convicted of murdering a Saudi citizen

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A Saudi royal member, who murdered a fellow Saudi, may be executed, a newspaper reported on Sunday, in a rare example of a member of the kingdom’s ruling family facing the death penalty. The English-language Arab News did not name the prince or his victim, but said a senior member of the family and government, Crown Prince Salman bin Abdulaziz al Saud, had “cleared the way for the pos...

Three Gulf countries have withdrawn their ambassadors from Qatar amid accusations that it has meddled in internal affairs

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...the influential al-Jazeera news network, which broadcasts across the world and has been critical of Saudi Arabia and other Gulf states. The state is seen as a major financial and diplomatic supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood, which is banned in Saudi Arabia and the UAE. On Monday, a Qatari citizen received a seven-year jail sentence in the UAE for supporting a group affiliated with the Muslim Br...

Mohamad Chatah was killed in a car bomb attack in Beirut

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...itic of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and Lebanon’s Shia Hezbollah movement that backs him. Saudi Arabia and Hezbollah have taken opposite sides in the Syrian conflict. Mohamad Chatah was killed in a car bomb attack in Beirut “The king of the brotherly Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is offering this generous and appreciated aid of $3 billion to the Lebanese army to strengthen its capabili...

Luxury goods worth more than $16 million are to be seized from Saudi Princess Maha Al-Sudairi to pay her shopping bills in Paris

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Luxury goods worth more than $16 million are to be seized from Saudi Princess Maha Al-Sudairi to pay her shopping bills, a Paris judge ordered on Thursday. Maha Al-Sudairi, who was once married to Saudi’s late Crown Prince Nayef bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, helped herself to millions of dollars worth of goods whenever she visited Paris. As well as art works and jewellery, they included $8,500 worth of...

Meshael Alayban, 42, is accused of forcing a Kenyan woman to work 16 hours a day while paying her far less than what she was originally promised

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Saudi Princess Meshael Alayban has been arrested in California and accused of human trafficking. Meshael Alayban, 42, is accused of forcing a Kenyan woman to work 16 hours a day while paying her far less than what she was originally promised. Authorities say Meshael Alayban took the woman’s passport, precluding her escape. Her lawyer called the case a dispute over work hours. In November, C...

Saudi Arabia’s government has stepped up warnings to women not to defy a ban on female drivers by taking part in a mass driving protest

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Saudi Arabia’s government has stepped up warnings to women not to defy a ban on female drivers by taking part in a mass driving protest. The interior ministry has reiterated that anyone flouting the ban is likely to face unspecified punishment. Saturday’s planned protest is the third of its kind since 1990. About 17,000 people signed a petition calling either for women to be allowed to driv...

Saud bin Nasser Al Shahry claims he is selling his son to avoid “living in poverty” after his illegal business was shut down

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...void “living in poverty” after his illegal business was shut down Human trafficking is an offence in Saudi Arabia, but the country does not comply with minimum international standards, according to the U.S. Department of State. In recent reports, quoted in Venture Beat, it said the Saudi government “continues to lack adequate anti-trafficking laws, and, despite evidence of widespread trafficking a...

The head of Saudi Arabia's religious police has said there is a pressing need to employ more women in the force

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The head of Saudi Arabia’s religious police has said there is a pressing need to employ more women in the force. Speaking to the official Saudi Gazette newspaper, Abdul Latif Abdul Aziz al-Sheikh said he hoped a recruitment drive would take place soon. Saudi’s religious police enforce the kingdom’s strict Islamic laws, including dress and prayer times. Correspondents say the int...

Saudi ambassador in US, Adel al-Jubeir was the target of the Iranian plot

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A terror plot of the Iranian government to assassinate the Saudi ambassador to the U.S. in Washington has been revealed to press yesterday. Attorney General Eric Holder spoke during a press conference of how elements of the Iranian government financed and aided the plot to murder Adel al-Jubeir , the Saudi ambassador in US- offering a bounty of $1.5 million to the plotters. Two persons have been...