Extreme E driver Claudia Hurtgen rolls her car FIVE times during qualifying in Saudi Arabia

Extreme E driver Claudia Hurtgen rolls her car FIVE times during qualifying in Saudi Arabia… but somehow walks away largely unscathed after ONLY biting her tongue in terrifying crash in the desert Claudia Hurtgen’s car skidded sideways in the sand before rolling over five times Thankfully, the German only sustained a bitten tongue as the … Read more

Dramatic moment a Saudi F-15 fighter jet blasts a Houthi rebel ‘suicide drone’ out of the sky

A ‘suicide drone’ launched by Houthi rebels was blasted out of the sky after a Saudi F-15 fighter jet intercepted it on a mountainous region. Video footage captured by soldiers shows the Qased-series drone flying high in the air with only the sound of the machine’s engine rumbling audible. Within seconds, a missile is seen … Read more

David Cameron ‘camped with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman’ on Greensill lobbying trip

David Cameron and billionaire financier Lex Greensill went on a desert camping trip with Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman months after the Saudi leader was accused of ordering Jamal Khashoggi’s assassination, it has been claimed   The lobbying trip to Saudi Arabia in early 2020 for now collapsed Greensill Capital took place following global condemnation of Bin … Read more

David Cameron ‘camped with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman and businessman Lex Greensill’

What was Greensill Capital and what did it do?  Greensill Capital was an Anglo-Australian finance company set up by billionaire banker Lex Greensill in 2011. The company focused on supply chain funding. In doing this, it essentially acts as a middle-man for large business transactions – making its money by taking a cut during the … Read more

Saudi state oil company Aramco pays £54bn dividend

Saudi state oil company Aramco pays £54bn dividend despite lockdowns and international travel bans hitting profits By Daily Mail City & Finance Reporter Published: 21:50 GMT, 21 March 2021 | Updated: 21:50 GMT, 21 March 2021 The Saudi state oil company Aramco has paid a mammoth £54billion dividend despite lockdowns and international travel bans hammering … Read more

F1 reveal first images of Jeddah Street Circuit – but fans SLAM the decision to head to Saudi Arabia

Formula One has revealed the first images of a stunning new street circuit in Jeddah ahead of the first Saudi Arabian Grand Prix in 2021… but fans have hit back by slamming the decision to hold a race in the Kingdom. It was first revealed back in November that Saudi Arabia would pay £50million a … Read more

Meghan’s ‘blood money’ earrings: Saudi victim Khashoggi’s lawyer condemns Duchess for wearing gift

The Duchess of Sussex was last night criticised by a lawyer fighting for justice for murdered Jamal Khashoggi over her decision to wear diamond earrings given to her by the man accused of ordering the brutal killing. Michael Eisner, who heads a human rights group founded by Mr Khashoggi three months before his death, said … Read more

Meghan STILL has the tainted diamond earrings from the Saudi Crown Prince in her collection 

Meghan STILL has the tainted diamond earrings from the Saudi Crown Prince in her collection Duchess of Sussex still has responsibility for the controversial diamond earrings Meghan was gifted the jewels by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman The Saudi royal family has regularly given jewellery to their British counterparts By Jo Macfarlane for The Mail … Read more

Meghan Markle’s earrings ‘were a wedding gift from Saudi Crown Prince’

Meghan Markle wore a pair of striking diamond earrings that were a wedding gift from Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia, who approved the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, it was claimed today. Kensington Palace had said at the time of the formal dinner in Fiji in October 2018 – which took place … Read more

Khashoggi report spurs 9/11 families to push Biden to release documents on Saudi role in attack

The families of 9/11 victims are asking President Joe Biden‘s administration to release classified documents about the Saudi role in the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks. The request piggybacked on the government’s decision to release an intelligence report Friday that said Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman approved the killing of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi.   … Read more