Assassination of Saudi journalist
Khashoggi murder trial Saudi court revises sentence of convicts in Jamal Khashoggi murder case

The eight unidentified convicts in the Jamal Khashoggi murder case will spend between seven and 20 years in jail. Agnes Callamard, UN’s special rapporteur, welcomed the commuting of death sentences but called the judgement a parody of justice

Trump vetoes bills banning sales of weapons to Saudi Arabia and the UAE

The US Congress had banned the sales to Saudi Arabia and the UAE due to the human rights violations being committed in the ongoing war in Yemen

Women activists under trial in Saudi Arabia may have no access to lawyers: rights group

Loujain al-Hathloul, Iman al-Nafjan and Aziza al-Youssef are among the activists who have been in jail since last year and were tortured and beaten up according to reports. The trial began at a criminal court in Riyadh on March 13

Erdogan disputes Saudi version, says Khashoggi’s murder was planned

In a speech on Tuesday, the Turkish president said a Saudi team had conducted a reconnaissance operation before the murder. He demanded that those involved at all levels be arrested following an independent probe.

With Khashoggi’s murder, will the world stop turning a blind eye to Saudi crimes?

While Saudi Arabia is facing widespread condemnation in the media for Jamal Khashoggi’s murder, the country has gotten away with worst crimes in the past.

Jamal Khashoggi Jamal Khashoggi assassination: Involvement of Saudi higher ups points towards Crown Prince’s role

From among the 15 men who, according to Turkish authorities, flew from Saudi to Turkey, and were present at the consulate in Istanbul when Khashoggi arrived, at least eight have been identified to be members of Saudi royal military.