Sport (102)
Jul 30 2020 5:14pm
Newcastle United deal was always 'blatant' Saudi sportswashing
‘Looking ahead, there needs to be a rule change to ensure the Premier ...
    Jun 24 2020 11:26am
    Saudi Arabia: Lina al-Hathloul calls for UK Government to help jailed sister Loujain
    Two-year anniversary of lifting of infamous women driving ban, yet lea...
      Jun 10 2020 11:59pm
      Qatar: 100 World Cup stadium workers not paid for up to seven months
      Al Bayt Stadium, one of Qatar 2022’s ‘crown jewels’, expected to stage...
        May 14 2020 2:30pm
        Saudi Arabia: 'heartbreaking' two-year anniversary of jailed women's rights activists
        Right-to-drive campaigner Loujain Al-Hathloul and four other activists...
          Apr 24 2020 8:34am
          Saudi Arabia wants to do this deal with the Premier League as a PR tool to help cover up its abysmal human rights record.
          By Newcastle fan, Stephen Cockburn, Amnesty International’s head of Ec...
          Apr 21 2020 2:47pm
          UK: Premier League must consider Saudi human rights situation in Newcastle United deal
          Letter to Chief Executive Richard Masters urges him to examine Saudi C...
            Dec 6 2019 4:23pm
            Saudi Arabia: prominent lawyer on hunger strike over prison mistreatment
            Waleed Abu al-Khair, lawyer for jailed blogger Raif Badawi, in solitar...
              Oct 24 2019 11:40am
              China: Hosting FIFA Club World Cup must not be an opportunity to 'sportswash' reputation
              Responding to the news that China will host the FIFA Club World Cup in...
                Oct 9 2019 4:12pm
                Iran: 3,500 women's tickets for World Cup football match is 'cynical publicity stunt'
                Only 3,500 places in 78,000-seater stadium available to women for Iran...
                  Sep 26 2019 5:23pm
                  Qatar: 'shameful' migrant worker abuse will cast shadow over athletics championships
                  Many events to be held in Khalifa Stadium, where workers were ‘ruthles...