Saudi society is changing, and youths are satisfied with new developments in the Kingdom.
Women can now drive in the Saudi kingdom, but their freedoms are still curtailed by strict laws.
PM backs 'important step' from Gulf nation following Royal decree ending controversial ban.
"An important step in the right direction," UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres tweeted.
The ultraconservative kingdom is ruled by Shariah law.
Religious leader is suspended and slammed on social media.
People have been arrested for dancing, listening to music and celebrating St Valentine's Day.
Cybersecurity firm FireEye said the hackers use 'recruitment lures' for cyber espionage.
A travel agent, who facilitated her move to the Middle Eastern country, has been booked in the case.
At least 30 people have been detained as apparent Islamist sympathizers and critics of the crown prince.
More than 1,600 exhibitors from over 40 countries are displaying their latest weapons and defence systems at Defence & Security Equipment international (DSEi).
Prince Alwaleed bin Talal to buy massive holding in Banque Saudi Fransi from Credit Agricole.
The group Control Arms has accused the British government of double standards.
Conflicting messages following the phone call by the news agencies of both countries sparked yet another row.
'God kill him and curse him and do not bless him and show no mercy,' one YouTube user reportedly wrote in response to the video.
Gulf state gave 83 presents to US president during his first official foreign trip
Two million Muslims from around the world gathered at Mount Arafat on the outskirts of the holy city of Mecca.
The deadly strike on Sanaa killed 14 civilians, including six children.
Kingdom authorities have reportedly denied entry to more than 450,000 Hajj violators and over 200,000 buses carrying illegal pilgrims.
Clip of woman disguised as man driving vehicle in country where woman are banned emerged on social media