S tudents in Saudi Arabia, like so many around the world, have traded in-person classrooms for logging onto an app during the COVID pandemic. Roughly two-thirds of the Saudi population is under 30, but an old guard of Saudi royals, religious scholars and long-serving government officials remains both powerful and deeply conservative. The free textbooks are also downloaded by teachers throughout the Sunni Muslim world, reaching potentially millions of students every year. Both officials spoke anonymously in order to describe sensitive and private conversations with the Saudis.
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Saud Abdulazaziz Bin Nasser Al Saud subjected his aide, Bandar Abdulaziz, 32, to weeks of physical and sexual abuse before killing him, the jury was told. The prince once beat Mr Abdulaziz so hard his right ear swelled up to three times its normal size, and after one attack, he had to wear a hat and sunglasses while eating at a top restaurant to hide his injuries, the jury was told. It is alleged that Al Saud was caught on CCTV subjecting his aide to savage and prolonged beatings in the lifts at the five-star Landmark hotel in Mayfair. In the early hours of February 15, fellow guests heard thuds coming from their room and the body of the servant was later found on a blood-spattered bed. His head and face were badly bruised, his teeth broken and his left eye swollen and closed. He had also suffered brain damage and there were bite marks to his cheeks, left arm and possibly to his ears, the jury was told. The prince, whose mother is a daughter of the Saudi king, at first claimed he was not involved in the killing.
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A Saudi prince accused of murder was not in a gay relationship with the alleged victim, his lawyer has said. Bandar Abdulaziz, 32, was found beaten and strangled in central London's Landmark Hotel, on 15 February. Saud Abdulaziz bin Nasser al Saud, 34, admits manslaughter but denies murder and a separate count of causing grievous bodily harm with intent. Mr Al Saud had carried out several assaults on the victim before he died, the Old Bailey has heard. Dobomir Dimitrov, a porter from the Landmark Hotel in Marylebone, who went to their room during their stay, said: "I would describe them as a gay couple.
By Reuters Staff. DUBAI Reuters - Two Saudi male journalists, who say the authorities revealed their romantic relationship in retaliation for contacts one of them had with foreign media, have been detained in Australia after seeking asylum last month, their lawyer told Reuters. Homosexuality is illegal and punishable by death in Saudi Arabia. The journalist and his lawyer, Alison Battisson, say that the two men cleared passport control on valid tourist visas when they arrived in Australia more than a month ago.