Saudi Arabian rights activists sentenced to prison
Recent articles in Saudi Arabia

From the killing of Jamal Khashoggi to the imprisonment and torture of activists and journalists, ADHRB documents a timeline of human rights violations in Saudi Arabia under Mohammed bin Salman, and the culture of impunity he has cultivated.

The Istanbul Chief Prosecutor Office is seeking aggravated life sentences for 18 men for murder charges, charged two others with “incitement to first degree murder,” and issued Interpol notices for their arrests.

Rights groups call on the Dakar Rally community to urge Saudi authorities to release imprisoned activists who peacefully campaigned for women’s rights in the kingdom, including the right to drive.