Saudi police have detained a man on suspicion of cross-dressing and posting himself on the online photo sharing app Snapchat, according to a newspaper report in the Gulf state.
Authorities have accused the suspect, who they have yet to identify, of public order offenses in one of the world’s most conservative Islamic countries.
A police spokesman from Qassim, a region located northwest of Saudi capital Riyadh, said that forces detained the suspect “for producing and distributing material insulting to public order,” the Sabq online newspaper reported, according to AFP news agency.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Saudi authorities arrested a second man on Tuesday on suspicion of shooting dead two policemen and wounding two others in separate attacks in Riyadh, the interior ministry said.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - A police officer was killed in a shooting in northwest Hungary early on Wednesday, regional news website kisalfold.hu reported, adding that the suspected assailant has been detained.
Saudi authorities have arrested nine American citizens among 33 “terror” suspects rounded up over the past week, the Saudi Gazette newspaper reported Sunday. Four Americans were arrested last Monday and five others over the past fou...
Saudi authorities have arrested nine American citizens among 33 "terror" suspects rounded up over the past days, the Saudi Gazette newspaper reported on Sunday. It did not say if any of the "terror suspects" was linked to the Islami...