The company reports 50 percent drop in profits for the first half of the year. Five other leading oil firms, BP, Chevron, ExxonMobil, Royal Dutch Shell and Total, recently reported combined losses of $53 billion for the second quarter.
Saad al Jabri was a former senior Saudi intelligence official, who had fallen foul of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. A plot to kill him was unwittingly foiled by Canadian border guards, according to court documents.
After imprisoned activist Abdullah al Hamid died in April, Saudi security forces carried out a number of raids on people who had sent condolences or expressed sympathy.
While the regime tries to justify stripping back on the livelihoods of Saudi citizens, it could worsen pre-existing societal tensions.
It is rare for Saudi Arabia to report on the health of the ageing monarch, who has ruled the top oil exporter and the Arab world's biggest economy since 2015.
Group 42, linked to Emirati intelligence, announced a deal with two Israeli aerospace and defence companies, but there’s might be more than meets the eye.
Thousands of people have been killed since Riyadh started a relentless campaign of air attacks against the Houthi rebels in Yemen.
Saad Aljabri is in the crosshairs for his knowledge of the sensitive inner workings of Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has detained former intelligence officer's son to force him to return to the country from exile in Canada.
US officials have finally broken into the iPhones of Mohammad Alshamrani who they say was working for Al Qaeda.
Reports claim the Saudi prince was forced to cutdown oil production after US President Donald Trump threatened to withdraw troops from his country.
The grand ambitions of the Saudi crown prince seem to be falling apart amid the new realities in the age of coronavirus.
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