The British government has prioritised arms deals with Saudi Arabia over human rights, according to a spokesman for the Campaign Against Arms Trade.
US intelligence officials have concluded that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, a US official said.
Saudi Arabia's top prosecutor has recommended the death penalty for five suspects charged with ordering and carrying out the killing of Saudi writer Jamal Khashoggi.
Saudi Arabia's top diplomat says that the global outcry and media focus on the killing of a Saudi journalist earlier this month has become "hysterical".
Sports author Ed Warner has said that FIFA’s President will remain “unmoved” by the death of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi because it is driven “by financial gain”.
A colleague of Jamal Khashoggi has called a photo of the journalist's son shaking hands with the Crown Prince "gross" and "disgusting".
The US president described the killing of Jamal Khashoggi as a botched operation and a "bad original concept" as the US took its first steps toward punishing the Saudis by moving to revoke the visas of the suspects.
The Economist’s Turkey Correspondent, Piotr Zalewski has said that Saudi Arabia’s explanation of Jamal Khashoggi’s murder was “an insult to the intelligence of people”.
Turkish president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, has said Saudi officials planned to murder the journalist Jamal Khashoggi just days before his death in Saudi Arabia's Istanbul consulate.
The UK has condemned the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi after saying that the claim he died in a fight was “not credible”.
Former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has said that Britain should “refuse to turn a blind eye” to the death of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Saudi Arabia's foreign minister denied the King or Crown Prince were involved in the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi
Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt has said there will be “consequences” for UK relations with Saudi Arabia if the UK is shown that the Saudis murdered missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Saudi Arabia must "play by the rules" if they want to continue a trade relationship with the UK, the director of the University of Buckingham's Centre for Security and Intelligence has said.
Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt and his G7 counterparts have said they are "very troubled" by the disappearance of Saudi journalist, Jamal Khashoggi.
Mike Graham says Saudi Arabia is 'in the stone age'
The Prince of Saudi Arabia Mohammed bin Salman is currently on a three-day visit to the UK
Andrew Smith, of the Campaign Against Arms Trade, tells us why he'll be protesting the visit of the Saudi Crown Prince
Human rights groups have slammed the decision to imprison the man again
If Theresa May allows Mohammad bin Salman to visit, it will tell the people being tortured and abused by the Saudi regime that their human rights don't matter
The man, known only as 'John Doe', was captured by Syrian forces while he reportedly fought for Islamic State
The Prime Minister didn't commit to a timetable on her visit to the Middle East
Damian Green was standing in for Theresa May in PMQs, but many on Twitter aren't actually sure how to spell his name
The country's National Cyber Security Centre said it had detected an 'Advanced Persistent Threat'
The letter was written in 1986 following his trip to Saudi Arabia with Princess Diana
Andrew Smith spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the comments made by the Defence Secretary
The woman claims she went to the country to work as a domestic servant but is often locked up in a room for several days
Lieutenant Colonel Suzan el-Hajj was previously called 'the most powerful woman in Lebanon'
Despite the US voting against the resolution it still passed by 27 vote to 13, seven countries abstained
There are still many rules against women in Saudi Arabia which are completely different to those set out for men
Tom Wilson, a research fellow at The Henry Jackson Society, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the news that women will now be allowed to drive in Saudi Arabia
King Salman announced that women who want to obtain a driving licence will be able to without the permission of a guardian
The former Mayor of London spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the latest anti-Semitism row to engulf the Labour Party after comments
Saad al-Hijri said women should not be allowed to drive because they lacked both reason and religious commitment
Martyn Frampton, the co-head of security and extremism at Policy Exchange, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the think tank's report
A source claims the cell was trying to 'disturb the interests, methodology, capabilities and social safety of the Kingdom'
The ritual has proved deadly in the past with thousands dying due to stampedes
Huge arms fair will attract dictators and human rights abusers from around the world. But don't worry, we'll be there too
The government in Doha is currently embroiled in a diplomatic crisis with five other gulf countries
The interior ministry says the boy was given a road safety warning over the incident
The country has been in a diplomatic dispute after it claims Qatar has been working to destabilise the Persian Gulf
The US president has been vocal on many different issues and blasted numerous people over the course of his presidency
Former Mayor of London Ken Livingstone spoke to George Galloway about the High Court decision to block a charge brought by a former Iraqi army commander
Israeli Communications Minister Ayoub Kara has announced there is to a ban on the station in the country and occupied territories
Several countries still punish gay people with fines, prison and even the death penalty
George Galloway claims Saudi Arabia funds terrorism and has no democracy
The video shows the girl wandering around ruins north of Riyadh, not wearing the mandatory abaya required by country law
The Washington Post has claimed a false news story created by the UAE on a government website created the current diplomatic crisis
United Arab Emirates' foreign affairs minister Anwar Gargash claims Al-Jazeera incites hostility, violence and discrimination
Girls were previously not allowed to take part was it was deemed by some as immodest