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Princess addresses family abuse
In a first for Saudi Arabia, experts gathered this week to discuss publicly the problem of domestic abuse.
US drone strategy draws home-grown criticism over lack of transparency
Watchdog groups and foreign-policy analysts say vague assertions about the programme's legality and how many people have been killed from the US government are not enough. Caryle Murphy reports from Washington
Women's rights open debate into Saudi national character
Extension of the vote to Saudi women is a fine step, but a thick web of conservative social practice will limit the effects of the change.
9/11 Remembered: 'A wake-up call for Saudi Arabia'
Fifteen of the 19 9/11 hijackers were Saudi and the ripple effects read all the way to the Arabian peninsula, says foreign correspondent Caryle Murphy, as Saudis suffered perhaps the harshest backlash of any foreigners from angry Americans.
Saudi troops begin to pull out of Bahrain
60 military vehicles and three buses said to be seen leaving as Saudi Arabia is due to begin a partial withdrawal on Monday of its 1,200 National Guard troops in Bahrain, leaving a smaller, residual emergency force in place.
Saudi women drive to defy tradition
The National takes a ride with a Saudi mother of two around the streets of Riyadh as she, along with a reported 40 other women, defied the kingdom's social custom, but not law, barring female drivers.
Private sector in Saudi Arabia faces punishment for not cutting expat payroll
Companies who fail to hire a sufficiently high proportion of Saudis will not be allowed to renew work permits for any of its foreign workers and will be denied services and licences by the ministry of labour.
Why Ali Abdullah Saleh is unlikely to return home to Yemen
With Yemen's 'glue melting rapidly', Saudi Arabia would like to see an end to the fiasco in its southern neighbour, but it is far from clear what happens next.
Saudi woman driver released from jail after nine days
Manal al Sharif has been charged with 'inciting women to drive' and 'rallying public opinion', according to her lawyer.
Indonesia and Saudi Arabia work to improve conditions for household workers
Delegations seek to solve dramatic drop in domestic helpers from Indonesia coming to Saudi Arabia.