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Senate bill denies Saudi royals visas until human rights improve

A US Senate bill would place restrictions on visas for members of the Saudi royal family until they improve their human rights record. The bill also contains some restrictions on arms sales to Saudi Arabia

Op-Ed: 2013 a bad year for human rights in Saudi Arabia

Riyadh - This year has been one of repression of any attempts at reform in Saudi Arabia together with a continuation of use of the death penalty for offenses such as stealing and sorcery.

Op-Ed: Saudi activist sentenced to four years prison and 300 lashes

Omar al-Saeed, a Saudi political activist who called for a constitutional monarchy in the country and criticized its human rights record was sentenced to four years in prison and 300 lashes.

Op-Ed: Saudi court sentences prominent activists to ten years

Buraidah - A court in Saudi Arabia sentenced two well-known human rights activists to at least ten years. They were found guilty of offences that included sedition and providing false information to foreign media.

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