Articles by Anas Alajlan
The Deputy Crown Prince's plan to wean Saudi Arabia from oil must be closely monitored.
Salma El-Fouly has been charged with inciting debauchery and immorality
Saudi-led coalition pounds Shi'ite rebels in Saada as humanitarian ceasefire being considered.
Newspapers from across the world are wading on Britain's closest election in a generation
It is the first Sub-Saharan country to get involved in the Saudi-led alliance against the rebels.
In a country best known for driving bans and Shariah law, 30-year old comedian Fahad Al-Butairi has become a YouTube sensation
A career diplomat, Jubeir takes over from Prince Saudi al-Faisal who held the position for four decades.
Egyptian press says that four Muslim Brotherhood teachers have been suspended for four months
Nepal's Prime Minister Sushil Koirala has announced the death toll could reach pass 10,000.
RAF plane flew out today (28 April) carrying tonnes of aid and army troops including Gurka soldiers.
Prince Alaweed bin Talal - one of the richest men in the world - made his promise in a Tweet that has since been deleted.
Saudi-led coalition forces said: 'All operations were conducted on time and hit their targets.'
Egyptian former president Morsi is the latest in a long line of Muslim Brotherhood figures to be jailed.
The American embassy in Djibouti is already helping US families to leave Yemen.
Some reports suggest Munther al-Assad arrested for involvement in kidnapping gang.
Re-opening of Saudi embassy may improve relationship between the two countries and encourage dialogue.
Officials claim fighters from 'Speicher' air academy were buried after Islamic State massacre last June.