By Estelle Shirbon
LONDON (Reuters) - Two Saudi princes on Tuesday sought to extricate themselves from a London legal battle with a Jordanian businessman who accuses them of laundering money for Hezbollah, an allegation their lawyer called "fanciful".
Prince Mishal bin Abdulaziz al Saud, a brother of Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah, and his son Prince Abdulaziz bin Mishal, had previously argued they had sovereign immunity from suit but the courts rejected that stance.
They also tried to keep...Read Full Story
The grandson of Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah, Prince Saud Bin Abdulaziz, (pictured left) who was confined for activity in the UK in 2010 for killing his assistant was on Monday March 18th aureate aback to Saudi Arabia to serve the blow of his sentence. But why would the British government do that? They absolutely apprehend the grandson of the King of Saudi to be bound up always in Saudi? I hear!Homosexual Prince Saud murdered his servant, Bandar Abdullah Abdulaziz in a London auberge on 15...Read Full Story
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Saudi Arabia has executed a Sri Lankan domestic worker for the death of a baby in her care in 2005, said a foreign ministry official in Colombo Wednesday.
Rizana Nafeek had denied killing the four-month-old boy, BBC reported. Her supporters described her execution as a breach of international child rights.
The Saudi interior ministry said Nafeek was beheaded for smothering the infant after an argument with the child's mother...Read Full Story
Prince Saud Bin Abdulaziz jailed in the UK- The grandson of Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah, Prince Saud Bin Abdulaziz, was jailed for life in the UK in 2010 for killing his servant was on Monday March 18th flown back to Saudi Arabia to serve the rest of his sentence.
But on a more serious note, why would the British government do that? They really expect the grandson of the King of Saudi to be locked up forever...Read Full Story
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Saudi Arabia has ordered closure of around 100 lingerie shops in Riyadh for violating new regulations that ban men from working as sales staff, the Daily Mail reported.
All shops flouting a decree on the "feminisation and nationalisation of jobs" would be shut down, a Labour Ministry official was quoted by the newspaper Al-Eqtisadiah as saying.
The measure aims to "provide a safe environment for working women", the official...Read Full Story
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