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A Saudi Beauty Contest for Camels Just Had to Enforce Its 'No Botox' Rule  A Saudi Beauty Contest for Camels Just Had to Enforce Its 'No Botox' Rule 

I’m not here to objectify camels, just to tell you the news, so let’s get on with it.

Women Are Not Invited to Nelly's Saudi Arabia Show Women Are Not Invited to Nelly's Saudi Arabia Show

Nelly is going to be performing “Hot in Herre” for a whole lotta dudes in Saudi Arabia next month, since women will not be allowed to attend the show.

Saudi Arabia To Lift Restriction Banning Women From Sports Stadiums Saudi Arabia To Lift Restriction Banning Women From Sports Stadiums

For the first time in history, Saudi Arabia will open some of its sports stadiums to women, the latest move by one of the world’s most restrictive countries to incrementally loosen its grip on its female citizens.

Saudi Arabia Is Going to Let Women Drive Now  Saudi Arabia Is Going to Let Women Drive Now 

After years of international attention, Saudi Arabia has reversed its longstanding prohibition on women driving.

The woman who was arrested in Saudi Arabia for appearing in a Snapchat video while wearing a short skirt in the deserted heritage village of Ushaqir has been released, according to CNN. She told investigators that the clip was published without her knowledge and was released on Tuesday without charge.

Woman Arrested In Saudi Arabia For a Snapchat Video of Her Wearing a Short Skirt

On Tuesday, police in Saudi Arabia arrested a woman who was filmed in a Snapchat video wearing a skirt and crop top while walking in a conservative province about a 100 miles outside the capital.

Donald Trump Gropes Orb of Power Donald Trump Gropes Orb of Power

On Sunday, an image exploded across the Internet of Donald Trump, Saudi Arabia’s King Salman, and Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sissi placing their hands on a glowing orb, surrounded by pleasant onlookers. No one, even those who claim to, really understands why.

The Trumps Have Left the Country The Trumps Have Left the Country

Wow, look how far we’ve come. It seems like just yesterday we were watching Donald Trump go beep-beep in the big boy truck. Now he’s put on his little adventuring pants for his first big international trip since he assumed the presidency, a nine-day overseas journey beginning in Saudi Arabia.

Camel Beauty Pageant Finally Determines Who Is the Hottest Camel Camel Beauty Pageant Finally Determines Who Is the Hottest Camel

The contestants in the Saudi Arabian Miss Camel pageant must exhibit an “untouched natural beauty.” With about 50,000 entrants, that’s a lot of natural camel prancing down the runway.

Saudi Women Mock Trump, Beg God to 'Rid Us of Men' in Gorgeous Viral Music Video

The music video for “Hwages,” roughly translated as “concerns,” has been viewed about 3.2 million times since its December premiere, and for good reason—directed by Majed al-Esa of Saudi production company 8ies Studios, the incredibly catchy video shows a trio of Saudi women in niqabs overtly mocking the dystopian…

Women in Saudi Arabia Aren't Feeling Very Optimistic About Uber Women in Saudi Arabia Aren't Feeling Very Optimistic About Uber

Despite the recent large investment Saudi Arabia made in the ride-share company Uber—an investment pegged at roughly $3.5 billion—it looks like a number of women are not optimistic about the service granting them a sense of agency in a country where they are forbidden to drive by law.

Could Uber's Expansion Be a Setback for Saudi Women?  Could Uber's Expansion Be a Setback for Saudi Women? 

Uber has received $3.5 billion from Saudi Arabia’s investment fund, the company’s largest ever cash influx from a single investor. Incidentally, Saudi Arabia is the only country on Earth that doesn’t allow women to drive.

Saudi Arabia's Women Vote For the First Time in History  Saudi Arabia's Women Vote For the First Time in History 

Women in Saudi Arabia went to the polls this morning after it was confirmed earlier this year that they would finally be allowed to vote. Saudi Arabia is the last country in the world to extend voting rights to women.

Saudi Employer Allegedly Cut Off Indian Domestic Maid's Arm After She Complained to Police About Abuse

The Indian government has demanded that Riyadh, the capital city of Saudi Arabia, order an independent investigation after a Saudi employer allegedly chopped off the arm of their maid for reporting abuse. India wants the employer to be charged with attempted murder.

Saudi Prince Arrested in Los Angeles on Charges of Sexual Assault, False Imprisonment  Saudi Prince Arrested in Los Angeles on Charges of Sexual Assault, False Imprisonment 

A Saudi prince living in Los Angeles has been charged with sexual assault after neighbors reportedly saw a bleeding woman screaming for help as she tried to scale the walls surrounding a large estate in Beverly Glen. Los Angeles police told reporters that Prince Majed Abdulaziz Al Saud is accused of trying to force a…

Wife of Saudi Blogger Sentenced to 1,000 Lashes Comes to the U.S. to Fight for His Release  Wife of Saudi Blogger Sentenced to 1,000 Lashes Comes to the U.S. to Fight for His Release 

Ensaf Haidar hasn’t seen her husband since 2012, but “the nightmare” as she calls it, began eight years ago, when her husband Raif Baidawi was first summoned by Saudi Arabian authorities for questioning about his blog. Badawi has since been sentenced to 10 years in prison for the crime of blogging, as well as 1,000…

Saudi Women Register to Vote for First Time in History Saudi Women Register to Vote for First Time in History

For the first time in history, two women have registered to vote in Saudi Arabia.

Michelle Obama's Bare Hair in Saudi Arabia Isn't a Real Controversy  Michelle Obama's Bare Hair in Saudi Arabia Isn't a Real Controversy 

President Obama and the First Lady visited Saudi Arabia this week to pay their respects after the death of King Abdullah. Predictably, that ignited controversy: Abdullah presided over some tentative human rights reforms, but Saudia Arabia also has a brutal history of executing homosexuals, abusing migrant workers,…

Woman Who Maintained Innocence Publicly Beheaded in Mecca Woman Who Maintained Innocence Publicly Beheaded in Mecca

"I did not kill. I did not kill," were the last words uttered by Laila Bint Abdul Muttalib Basim, who was beheaded Monday in Saudi Arabia after being dragged through the streets by four police officers.

Saudi Arabia's Airline May Introduce Gender-Segregated Flights Saudi Arabia's Airline May Introduce Gender-Segregated Flights

Saudia, Saudi Arabia's national airline, is reportedly planning to begin segregating their flights by gender. The move, first reported by Arabic-language news agency Ajel, is in response to male passengers complaining about their wives and daughters being seated next strange men.

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