U.S told Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman on Sunday that U.S. will hold accountable those involved in killing of a dissident Saudi journalist.
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Hackers impersonating journalists tried to intercept communications of a prominent Saudi opposition figure in Washington, The Associated Press has found.
Journalist arrested by authorities in Iran for writing about government corruption is latest of other detentions that have drawn international concern.
Human rights activists say Bahrain government is continuing to target political opponents by using terrorism allegations to strip them of their citizenship.
The Kurds are furious about their loss of control over Kirkuk, their second-class citizenship, and the status of their oil and security forces.
Sheikh Ali Salman and two other men, all members of now-outlawed Al-Wefaq movement had been acquitted by the criminal court on charges of spying for Qatar.
In a bold move, a community of Iraqi artists and activists have defied fears of fresh attacks to hold weekly book markets and photography exhibitions.
U.S. lobbyists on Saudi Arabia’s payroll gave more than $2.3 million to political campaigns as they mounted a massive influence operation.
The fiancée of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi says Saudi authorities know where Khashoggi’s body is and called on them to reveal its whereabouts.
U.N human rights experts called on Saudi Arabia to halt the imminent execution of six men sentenced to death for activities related to the 2011 Arab Spring.