MBS has completely distanced himself from any involvement, calling the murder "painful to all Saudis"
We watched a movie play in public in Saudi Arabia for the first time in nearly 40 years.
A scene featuring a kiss between the two lead actors didn't make the final cut.
Facing a record budget shortfall of $87 billion in 2016, Saudi Arabia announced plans on Monday to cut fuel subsidies for its citizens.
A day after the Saudis announced the formation of a 34-member alliance of Islamic countries against terrorism, a few so-called members announced that they weren’t necessarily part of it.
There is little information on what the coalition will actually do, and many of the nations enlisted to combat Islamist brutality have something of a reputation for it themselves.
The presence of soldiers from Sudan and Eritrea in Yemen means the US could be backing a side that includes fighters from at least one nation that it has repeatedly criticized for committing atrocities.
The Saudis, who lead a coalition launching airstrikes in Yemen, killed a UN draft resolution calling for a human rights mission in the war-torn country. And the US barely weighed in.
Another 934 were injured in the incident on Thursday, and the Iranian government has announced that it has formed a committee to investigate it.
As a humanitarian pause declared appeared to crumble, an aid group says 13 million people are struggling to obtain food, and that some 6.5 million people are "on the brink of starvation."
Negotiations in Cairo on the fighting in Yemen reportely include representatives from the US, the UK, and the UAE, but not Saudi Arabia, which is leading the coalition conducting naval and air strikes.
The UN-brokered pause is scheduled to begin at midnight Saturday, and last until the end of Ramadan on July 17.