Saudi Arabia

The VICE Guide to Right Now

China Is Allegedly Forcing Its Muslims to Break Their Ramadan Fast

And most Muslim majority nations, most notably Saudi Arabia, are silent about it.
Shamani Joshi
5.29.19
yemen war

Yemeni Photographers Show the Horrors of the Country's Civil War

The five-year conflict has left 80 percent of the population in desperate need.
VICE Staff
5.22.19
environment

Indonesia Is Home to the Most Climate Change Deniers in the World

Experts say the lack of education and focus on religion are reasons why many Indonesians don't believe in global warming.
Adi Renaldi
5.14.19
vice exclusive

The Government Won't Tell Us If It Has the Khashoggi Murder Tape; What's It Got to Hide?

Britain has been accused of cozying up to Saudi Arabia after the foreign office refused to confirm or deny whether they have a recording of the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, following a lengthy VICE freedom of information battle.
Joe Lo
3.14.19
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Saudi Plane Forced to Turn Back after Mom Leaves Baby at the Airport

“May God be with us. Can we come back?,” the pilot asked traffic control
Edoardo Liotta
3.13.19
Jamal Khashoggi

Khashoggi’s Body Was Reportedly Burned in a Tandoori Oven and Still the White House Refuses to Investigate

The meeting was “a complete waste of time.”
David Gilbert
3.6.19
video

The Dangers of Leaving Islam

VICE News meets a network of ex-Muslims based in London, helping others who have left Islam, as they escape imprisonment, violence, forced marriage, kidnapping, exclusion, and ostracization from their communities and families.
VICE News
12.28.18
G20

You Can Feel the Love Between Saudi Crown Prince MBS and Vladimir Putin at the G20

Watch a chummy handshake between two leaders with common interests.
Emma Ockerman
12.3.18
News

The Jamal Khashoggi Murder Saga Is Just Getting Started

If Saudi Arabia thought it might silence (execute) a critic without much fuss, it was wrong.
Francisco Alvarado
11.15.18
Work

Indonesia Is Angry After Saudi Arabia Executed a Domestic Worker

Human rights groups say that Indonesian domestic worker Tuti Tursilawati was trying to protect herself from sexual assault.
Sirin Kale
11.2.18
crime

The Insane Saga of the Fake Saudi Prince Who Scammed Miami's Rich and Famous

A career con-artist, Anthony Gignac got busted over and over again, but kept finding new prey in America's capital city of fraud.
Francisco Alvarado
7.19.18
women's rights

In Saudi Arabia, Winning the Right to Drive Is Bittersweet

Women's driving rights are long overdue in the KSA, but as the activists who successfully fought for them are detained, it's hard for women's rights advocates to celebrate.
Leila Ettachfini
6.28.18
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