King Salman appoints Ibrahim al Assaf in a cabinet reshuffle replacing Adel al Jubeir who played a key role in leading Riyadh’s response to writer Jamal Khashoggi's killing at its Istanbul consulate.
Saudi Arabia has come under increased scrutiny for civilian deaths and a humanitarian crisis in Yemen, where it supports the internationally-recognised government against Iranian-aligned Houthis in a nearly four-year-old civil war.
Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman managed to hack into the White House by recruiting an impossibly gullible official with promises of peace for Israel. This peace will likely never materialise.
Ali Abdullah Saleh remains one of Yemen's most controversial figures. He once described governing Yemen as 'dancing on the heads of snakes.' What was behind the web of deceit and betrayal that led to his death?
US President Donald Trump says US ties with Saudi Arabia will not be derailed by Jamal Khashoggi's killing even if Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman were found to bear responsibility.
The Saudi Public Prosecutor published the Saudi findings on Khashoggi murder marking yet another change to the Saudi version of events.
Saudi Arabia's chief prosecutor has charged 11 people in the case of the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi and is seeking the death penalty for five. Turkey says it is not satisfied.
The release of Prince Khalid bin Talal, brother of billionaire Prince AlWaleed bin Talal, was confirmed by at least three relatives, as Riyadh now appears gathering internal royal family support to defuse crisis sparked by Jamal Khashoggi's murder.
The Saudi story on Khashoggi's 'accidental' murder creates more questions than it answers. Here are the top 7 questions they still have to answer.
Prince Mohammed bin Salman may walk away unscathed, while Jamal Khashoggi, innocent critic and journalist is now confirmed dead. It remains to be seen whether he will be able to distance himself from a fiasco the world is convinced he masterminded.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is to travel on to the Middle East, visiting Saudi Arabia, Israel and Jordan, where the future of the Iran nuclear deal and the conflict in Syria will be significant agenda items, officials said.
The chief of staff was retired and replaced by First Lieutenant General Fayyad bin Hamed al Ruwayli while new chiefs were appointed to the country's air defence and land forces in a series of late-night royal decrees.
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