Mohammad al-Shamrani has over 2,700 tweets under his name. While the alleged killer's motivations remain a mystery, newly-obtained information about his social media presence offers clues about his mindset before his lethal shooting spree last week at a naval base in Pensacola, Florida.
People in countrywide protests have long called for a new kind of politics, not just a new president.
Rasha Al Khamis speaks to BBC Sport about becoming Saudi Arabia's first certified female boxing coach.
PM Benjamin Netanyahu and his main rival, Benny Gantz, have been unable to form majority coalitions.
Saudi Arabia says Iran was involved in September's drone and missile strikes - something it denies.
The details of millions of Iranian bank cards were published online after antigovernment protests last month. Experts suspect a state-sponsored cyberattack.
Rory McIlroy reveals that he will not be playing in next month's Saudi International despite being offered a large appearance fee.
Rifaat al-Assad denies embezzling Syrian state funds to buy homes and offices worth €90m.
Iran's leaders have stayed defiant in the face of the sanctions, but their substantial impact is clear.
The businessman Samir Khatib has withdrawn after failing to solidify backing.
It remained unclear who killed a dozen protesters and bombed the home of the antigovernment cleric Moktada al-Sadr.
At least 12 demonstrators were killed and 22 others wounded Friday when gunmen in several vehicles opened fire on a protest site in central Baghdad, medical sources and activists told CNN, marking one of the most violent days in the Iraqi capital ...
Ambassadors from France, Germany and the UK have again alleged that Iran has developed nuclear-capable ballistic missiles, in a joint letter ...
Anthony Joshua wins his world heavyweight title rematch against Andy Ruiz Jr by unanimous decision in Saudi Arabia.
Fifa is forced to change the venue for the final of the Club World Cup in Qatar because the stadium where it was due to be held is not yet signed off.
In this week’s Tripped Up column, Sarah Firshein investigates the rights that airplane passengers with allergies have when flying. (Not as many as they should.)
The United Nations says it has video evidence appearing to show that Iranian security forces were 'shooting to kill' protesters during the country's ...
Indicted and embattled, Israel’s prime minister faces new calls for yet another corruption inquiry.
Iranians are no strangers to protests. Rarely, however, has the government's response seemed quite as brutal as this.
Three separate attacks targeted busy marketplaces in northwest Syria, producing a brutal death toll Monday in the war-torn area, according to local volunteer and rights groups. At least 19 people were killed, 12 of them children.
British heavyweight Anthony Joshua fields questions about Saudi 'sportwashing' human rights abuse claims with his re-match against Andy Ruiz Jr.