Politics of Saudi Arabia

The accidental disclosure could revive questions about potential Saudi links to the 9/11 plot
At least two Saudi royal family members viewed as threats to Muhammed bin Salman's claim to his father's throne have been arrested.
Meet the key figures behind the scenes, from a journalist-turned-lobbyist to an evangelical writer, in the effort to preserve the kingdom's image after the killing.
"This was a heinous crime," bin Salman told "60 Minutes" in a new interview. "But I take full responsibility as a leader in Saudi Arabia."
Lawyers for 9/11 survivors and victims' relatives believe the name belongs to a Saudi government official alleged to have assisted two hijackers in the attack.
The country changed its tune on what happened to the former Washington Post columnist, now saying his killing was premeditated.
Mole was part of a "troll farm' operation to attack critics under orders of Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman, reports the New York Times.
The Trump ally and American consulting firms like McKinsey and Bain did not immediately respond to HuffPost questions about their ongoing involvement.
It's clear that the Crown Prince was not afraid of any major repercussions when he delivered his chilling message to diaspora dissidents.
The president's enemies are exploiting the alleged murder to embarrass him and damage his relationship with Saudi Arabia, conservatives claim.