2019: Saudi Arabia

  1. Tropical Cyclone Penny set to cross Queensland's Cape York Peninsula (The Guardian)2019-01-01
  2. Netflix removes episode of comedy show in Saudi Arabia: FT (Al-Jazeera)2019-01-01
  3. Outrage after Netflix pulls comedy show criticising Saudi Arabia (The Guardian)2019-01-01
  4. Netflix removes comedy episode after Saudi complaint (BBC)2019-01-02
  5. British MPs, lawyers request visit to detained Saudi activists (Al-Jazeera)2019-01-02
  6. Why Netflix pulled 'Patriot Act' episode in Saudi Arabia (CNN)2019-01-02
  7. Netflix drops satire episode critical of Saudi Arabia (Daily Nation)2019-01-02
  8. Netflix Blocks Show in Saudi Arabia Critical of Saudi Prince (New York Times)2019-01-02
  9. Netflix criticized for yanking Patriot Act episode in Saudi (The New Zealand Herald)2019-01-02
  10. Netflix removes Hasan Minhaj comedy episode after Saudi demand (BBC)2019-01-02
  11. British MPs seek access to detained Saudi activists amid torture claims (The Guardian)2019-01-02
  12. Netflix's balancing act: Saudi law vs freedom of speech (CNN)2019-01-03
  13. The Greatest Dancer: Is there room for another dance show on TV? (BBC)2019-01-03
  14. Netflix row: Hasan Minhaj pokes fun at removal of show criticising Saudi Arabia (The Guardian)2019-01-03
  15. Comedian Hasan Minhaj pokes fun at Saudi Netflix ban (Al-Jazeera)2019-01-03
  16. Saudi state media say suspects in slaying of journalist Jamal Khashoggi have attended their first court hearing. (Washington Post)2019-01-03
  17. Saudi state media say suspects in slaying of journalist Jamal Khashoggi have attended their first court hearing. (The New Zealand Herald)2019-01-03
  18. Suspects in Khashoggi's killing brought before Saudi court (The New Zealand Herald)2019-01-03
  19. Suspects in Khashoggi’s killing brought before Saudi court (Washington Post)2019-01-03
  20. Saudi Arabia puts Jamal Khashoggi murder suspects 'on trial' (Al-Jazeera)2019-01-03
  21. Jamal Khashoggi suspects appear before Saudi court (The Guardian)2019-01-03
  22. Netflix warns viewers against Bird Box challenge meme: 'Do not end up in hospital' (The Guardian)2019-01-03
  23. Saudi Arabia holds first court session in Khashoggi trial, prosecutors say (Washington Post)2019-01-03
  24. Jamal Khashoggi murder trial opens in Saudi Arabia (BBC)2019-01-03
  25. Saudi prosecutor seeks death sentences as Khashoggi murder trial opens (Daily Nation)2019-01-03
  26. Suspects in Jamal Khashoggi's killing brought before Saudi court (The Star)2019-01-03
  27. Saudi Arabia Seeks Death Penalty for 5 Suspects in Khashoggi Killing (New York Times)2019-01-03
  28. Saudi Arabia holds secret court session for Khashoggi murder suspects (The Sydney Morning Herald)2019-01-03
  29. Status of women at Italian game in SArabia draws criticism (Washington Post)2019-01-03
  30. NAACP Image Awards to televise live for first time in March (The New Zealand Herald)2019-01-04
  31. Saudi prosecutors seek death penalty as Khashoggi murder trial opens (CNN)2019-01-04
  32. TV licence email scam: More than 5,000 complaints in three months (BBC)2019-01-04
  33. 'Not sufficient': UN on Saudi trial into Jamal Khashoggi killing (Al-Jazeera)2019-01-04
  34. Man, 102, stuck on roof for three days died of pneumonia (BBC)2019-01-04
  35. Think Riyadh’s Netflix ban was bad? Imagine if Hasan Minhaj was a Saudi citizen | Safa Al Ahmad (The Guardian)2019-01-04
  36. Saudi women to be told of divorce by text (The New Zealand Herald)2019-01-04
  37. The Guardian view on Saudi Arabia’s jailed activists: let them go | Editorial (The Guardian)2019-01-04
  38. Pompeo Plans to Press Saudi Leaders Over Killing of Jamal Khashoggi (New York Times)2019-01-04
  39. Somalia refuses to take back expelled UN envoy Nicholas Haysom (Daily Nation)2019-01-05
  40. Car bomb explosion wounds 3 in northwest Pakistan (The New Zealand Herald)2019-01-05
  41. Netflix and chill no more - streaming is getting complicated (The New Zealand Herald)2019-01-05
  42. Saudi women to get divorce confirmation by text message (BBC)2019-01-05
  43. Is the tide at last on the turn for the world’s ‘strongman’ leaders? (The Guardian)2019-01-06
  44. Taliban seek venue change for peace talks with US to Qatar (Al-Jazeera)2019-01-06
  45. Official: UAE-Pakistan talks on oil refinery at end stage (The New Zealand Herald)2019-01-06
  46. 'I am afraid my family will KILL me': Saudi woman en route to Australia detained in Bangkok (The Sydney Morning Herald)2019-01-06
  47. Saudi woman held at Bangkok airport fears death if repatriated (Al-Jazeera)2019-01-06
  48. Saudi Arabia to notify women of divorce by text message (The Guardian)2019-01-06
  49. Saudi woman held in Bangkok fears she will be killed if repatriated (The Guardian)2019-01-06
  50. Saudi woman runaway held in Thailand while fleeing family (Washington Post)2019-01-06
  51. Saudi woman seeking asylum in Australia held in Bangkok (The Guardian)2019-01-06
  52. Saudi women to be told of divorce by text message, via website (The Sydney Morning Herald)2019-01-06
  53. Saudi women to get divorce notification by text message (Al-Jazeera)2019-01-06
  54. 'I am afraid, my family WILL kill me': Saudi woman detained in Bangkok (The Sydney Morning Herald)2019-01-06
  55. Saudi woman says she's being 'held' at Thai airport (CNN)2019-01-07
  56. #RahafAlQanun barricades self in Thai hotel to avoid being sent home (The Star)2019-01-07
  57. Saudi woman barricades herself in Thai hotel to stop deportation (Al-Jazeera)2019-01-07
  58. #RahafAlQanun barricades herself in Thai hotel to avoid being sent home (The Star)2019-01-07
  59. Saudi woman seeking asylum barricades herself in Thailand (Washington Post)2019-01-07
  60. Saudi woman seeking asylum barricades herself in Thailand (The New Zealand Herald)2019-01-07
  61. The Latest: Thai court denies injunction for Saudi woman (The New Zealand Herald)2019-01-07
  62. The Latest: Thai court denies injunction for Saudi woman (Washington Post)2019-01-07
  63. Thai police say they will not send Saudi woman trying to escape alleged abuse by family anywhere against her wishes. (The New Zealand Herald)2019-01-07
  64. Thai police say they will not send Saudi woman trying to escape alleged abuse by family anywhere against her wishes. (Washington Post)2019-01-07
  65. Named as a key Saudi suspect in Khashoggi killing, former top royal adviser drops out of sight (Washington Post)2019-01-07
  66. Saudi woman seeking asylum in Australia barricades herself in Bangkok airport hotel room (The Sydney Morning Herald)2019-01-07
  67. Q&A: The hurdles and obstacles Saudi women runaways face (The New Zealand Herald)2019-01-07
  68. Q&A: The hurdles and obstacles Saudi women runaways face (Washington Post)2019-01-07
  69. Thai immigration police: Saudi woman seeking Australia asylum to be admitted to Thailand for evaluation by UN officials (Washington Post)2019-01-07
  70. UN officials meet with Saudi woman barricaded inside Thai transit hotel room (The Star)2019-01-07
  71. New round of Yemen peace talks may launch in Jordan (Al-Jazeera)2019-01-07
  72. Why is Netflix enabling the Saudi crackdown on press freedom? (Al-Jazeera)2019-01-07
  73. Explainer: Why do Saudi women like Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun run away? (The Sydney Morning Herald)2019-01-07
  74. Rahaf Alqunun, woman fleeing Saudi Arabia, allowed to stay in Thailand (The Sydney Morning Herald)2019-01-07
  75. Morning mail: Saudi teenager in UN care, mass fish deaths, Spacey in court (The Guardian)2019-01-07
  76. Rahaf Al-Qqunun, fleeing Saudi Arabia, allowed to stay in Thailand (The Sydney Morning Herald)2019-01-07
  77. Khashoggi case: Saudi refuses to confirm Qahtani's whereabouts (Al-Jazeera)2019-01-07
  78. Rahaf al-Qunun: Saudi woman under UN protection as Australia urges asylum claim (The Guardian)2019-01-07
  79. The Latest: UN rebuffs Guatemala's pullout from commission (The New Zealand Herald)2019-01-08
  80. The Latest: UN rebuffs Guatemala’s pullout from commission (Washington Post)2019-01-08
  81. Rahaf Al-Qunun, fleeing Saudi Arabia, allowed to stay in Thailand (The Sydney Morning Herald)2019-01-08
  82. Guatemala to withdraw from UN anti-corruption commission (Washington Post)2019-01-08
  83. Rahaf al-Qunun: Australia asked to clarify reports it has cancelled Saudi woman’s visa (The Guardian)2019-01-08
  84. Activists call on Australia to accept fleeing Saudi woman (Washington Post)2019-01-08
  85. Activists call on Australia to accept fleeing Saudi woman (The New Zealand Herald)2019-01-08
  86. Rahaf al-Qunun: UNHCR 'grateful' Saudi woman not deported (BBC)2019-01-08
  87. PICS: Activists call on Australia to accept #RahafMohammedalQunun (The Star)2019-01-08
  88. Saudi teen detained in Bangkok could realise her dream of living in Australia (The Sydney Morning Herald)2019-01-08
  89. UNHCR investigates Rahaf Alqanun's case for asylum (Al-Jazeera)2019-01-08
  90. Saudi broadcaster to challenge Netflix with new service: FT (Al-Jazeera)2019-01-08
  91. Liverpool FA Cup replacements failed Klopp - Shearer (BBC)2019-01-08
  92. What’s Next for Fleeing Saudi Woman? (New York Times)2019-01-08
  93. Saudi teen who fled family and barricaded herself in hotel is under protection of UN agency (CNN)2019-01-08
  94. Story of disappeared Saudi power couple spotlights dissident crackdown (CNN)2019-01-08
  95. The Latest: Man dies at Greek refugee camp, cause unknown (Washington Post)2019-01-08
  96. Australia to 'consider' Saudi teen Rahaf Alqunun's asylum plea (Al-Jazeera)2019-01-08
  97. Netflix's 'Sex Education' is a trans-Atlantic love letter (The New Zealand Herald)2019-01-08
  98. Guatemalan president condemned after ejecting UN anti-corruption group (The Guardian)2019-01-08
  99. Morning mail: Saudi woman visa hope, jellyfish stings surge, cricketer rape trial (The Guardian)2019-01-08
  100. Saudi teenager could escape to Australia as government said it would 'carefully consider' her claim (The New Zealand Herald)2019-01-08

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