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The controversial ban against women driving in Saudi Arabia has come to an end.
21-year-old Ali Mohammed Baqir al-Nimr to be executed for partaking in anti-government protests.
The hajj tragedy that left 717 people dead and over 850 injured is the worst disaster in 25 years for the annual religious rite.
More than two million Muslims from around the world started the first rites of the annual Hajj pilgrimage in Mecca, Saudi Arabia on Tuesday.
The Canadian economy is in turmoil over oil and it appears the crude controversy isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.
Circumstances surrounding a woman’s death in Saudi Arabia have caused outrage and sparked debate in the conservative country.
Reports of Ethiopian migrant workers being tortured and murdered in Saudi Arabia sparked another wave of protests across the globe Monday.
A Saudi Arabian woman told Humber News on Monday that the campaign to let women drive will continue until the ban is removed.
RCMP officials are working on a plan that could improve international cooperation.