LONDON (Reuters) - A billionaire Saudi prince lost a London court battle on Wednesday when a judge ordered that he should pay a $10-million commission linked to the sale of a luxurious private jet to former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi. Full story
DUBAI (Reuters) - An international rights group condemned the sentencing of a Saudi Arabian website founder to be whipped 600 times and jailed for seven years for violating Islamic values, saying it undermined the kingdom's stated support for religious debate. Full story
The founder of a liberal-minded website in Saudi Arabia has been sentenced to seven years in prison and 600 lashes after angering Islamic authorities in the ultraconservative kingdom, a newspaper reported Tuesday. Full story
DUBAI (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia has captured a man who features on a list of Shi'ites being sought in connection with unrest in the eastern part of the kingdom after a shootout with security forces, state news agency SPA reported late on Monday. Full story
A new racing craze in Saudi Arabia called "sidewalk skiing" has cars driving on two wheels while people cling to the outside of the vehicle. NBCNews.com's Dara Brown reports.
World Health officials are concerned that a deadly virus is making a comeback in Saudi Arabia after four new cases of the coronavirus were discovered. It had killed 15 in the past year.
A Saudi man, arrested after airport security officials noticed his passport was missing a page a pressure cooker was in his luggage, denies ill intent. WDIV’s Hank Winchester reports.
A Saudi man was arrested at Detroit Metro Airport after customs agents say they noticed a page missing from his passport and a pressure cooker in his luggage. WDIV’s Steve Garagiola reports.
Next week, the House Homeland Security Committee will hold the first in what is likely to be a series of hearings into how intelligence agencies and the FBI handled information prior to the Boston Marathon bombings. Rep. Jason Chaffetz discusses.
A boy lies on the ground while reading the koran in the holy Muslim month of Ramadan during a power outage in the town of Duba in Tabuk province of Saudi Arabia, July 29, 2013. Picture taken July 29, 2013. REUTERS/Mohamed Al Hwaity (SAUDI ARABIA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
Volunteers distribute free iftar meals on a road during the holy Muslim month of Ramadan in the town of Duba in Tabuk province of Saudi Arabia, July 29, 2013. Picture taken July 29, 2013. REUTERS/Mohamed Al Hwaity (SAUDI ARABIA - Tags: RELIGION FOOD SOCIETY)
Saudi Arabian princess Meshael Alayban listens to a court appointed translator while in court for an arraignment hearing in Santa Ana, California, in this July 11, 2013 file photo. Lawyers for Alayban, who is accused of holding a Kenyan servant a virtual prisoner in her California home, portrayed th
Saudi Arabian princess Meshael Alayban, 42, behind bars, listens to advice from defense attorneys Paul Meyer and Jennifer Keller while in court for an arraignment hearing in Santa Ana, California July 11, 2013. REUTERS/Alex Gallardo