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Are Mohammad Bin Salman's promised Saudi Arabia reforms genuine?

Saudi Arabia's decision to lift a decades-old ban on women driving was supposed to be proof that the rise of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman was paving the way for a new, more progressive era. But in the past few days, Saudi police have arrested at least nine activists who campaigned for the rights of women. Rights groups were quick with condemnation, asking, is prison the price of freedom in the kingdom? Guests: Ahmed al Ibrahim Saudi Arabian affairs specialist Hiba Zayadin Researcher with Human Rights Watch's Middle East and North Africa division

Saudi Arabia arrests at least nine women’s rights activists

Saudi Arabia arrests at least nine women’s rights activists

Saudi activist Loujain al Hathloul offered release in return for denying torture

Saudi activist Loujain al Hathloul offered release in return for denying torture

Saudi Arabia arrests activists who campaigned for ‘right to drive’

Saudi Arabia arrests activists who campaigned for ‘right to drive’

Saudi women get first driving licences

Saudi women get first driving licences

Russia declares annexation

Russia declares annexation

#Hurricane Ian batters Florida

#Hurricane Ian batters Florida

#Russia's referendums in Ukraine

#Russia's referendums in Ukraine

Russia admits conscription errors

Russia admits conscription errors

Italy votes for far-right leader Giorgia Meloni

Italy votes for far-right leader Giorgia Meloni

United Nations General Assembly

United Nations General Assembly

The funeral of Queen Elizabeth II

The funeral of Queen Elizabeth II

Ukraine Dam damaged after Russia attack

Ukraine Dam damaged after Russia attack

Zelenskyy visits recaptured city of Izium

Zelenskyy visits recaptured city of Izium

Ukraine's successful counteroffensive

Ukraine's successful counteroffensive

Ukraine counteroffensive

Ukraine counteroffensive

Media reaction to the Queen's death

Media reaction to the Queen's death

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