The latest news on Saudi Arabia
Scholarships for Saudi students to study at U.S. universities foster understanding between the West and the Islamic world more broadly.
Muslims are starting their annual hajj pilgrimage by ascending Mount Arafat in Saudi Arabia on a day pilgrims believe offers them a chance to repent their sins.
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CAIRO (AP) — There was no way Alaa al-Mizyen, a 22-year-old Saudi investment consultant, was missing this Olympic match. While her family slept in late Friday morning, she alone was awake and glued to the TV.
Two women aren't expected to win, but will their inclusion make a difference for equality? Not likely.
CAIRO (AP) — Across the world, word that Saudi Arabia would send women athletes to the Olympics for the first time immediately rocketed to the top of websites and broadcasts. In Saudi Arabia's official media: Not even a hint.
YouTube has become a vibrant platform for political satire in the country.
The fighter jet sale is part of a larger 10-year, $60 billion arms deal with Saudi Arabia.
Online learning communities help female Saudi students overcome barriers to higher education.
Shadowy Iranian force may be working on new plots.