Samar was recently arrested for her vocal protests and activism against the repressive "male guardianship system" within Saudi Arabia for which she won the U.S. International Women of Courage Award in 2012.
Riyadh said that amounted to "blatant interference in the Kingdom's domestic affairs, against basic worldwide norms and all global protocols".
In recent months Saudi Arabia has lifted a ban on women driving, but it has also arrested activists, including more than a dozen high-profile campaigners for women's rights.
Saudi Arabia has suspended state-sponsored scholarships for about 16,000 students studying in Canada and ordered them to transfer their studies to post-secondary institutions in other countries. "We can't do it for them, they need to resolve it together", US State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said.
Raif Badawi was sentenced to 10 years in prison and 1,000 lashes for "insulting Islam" online back in 2014.
"When it comes to the broader relationship with Saudi Arabia, our diplomats have asked procedural questions today and we're waiting for answers on how Saudi Arabia intends to go forward with the relationship", she said in Vancouver.
Riyadh accuses Ottawa of meddling Riyadh accused Ottawa on Tuesday of interfering in its internal affairs.
While both countries are friends of the US, "both sides need to diplomatically resolve this together", State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert told a media briefing later Tuesday.
Saudi state media initially claimed the plane tweet was a tribute to the departing ambassador sent by a low level staffer (the Saudi equivalent of the "social media intern" defense).
The Saudi Ministry of Media ordered the Twitter account of the Infographic KSA, @Infographic_KSA, that posted the photo shut down, apparently unamused by its invocation of the 9/11 attack on the World Trade Center in NY.
The impact on University of Northern British Columbia will be more cultural than financial if Saudi Arabia makes good on a vow to recall students attending Canadian universities, according to president Daniel Weeks. His wife, Ensaf Haidar, lives in Canada and received Canadian citizenship in July. Saudi Arabia said it would recall its ambassador to Canada as well.
Tensions between Canada and Saudi Arabia continued into Tuesday, with the Saudis announcing they are cutting all purchases of Canadian wheat and barley.
Thomas Juneau, an assistant professor and Middle East expert at the University of Ottawa, said Saudi irritation at the way the General Dynamics contract was handled also helped explain Riyadh's response.
The United States will begin collecting 25 percent tariffs on another $16 billion in Chinese goods on August 23, the U.S. Trade Representative's office said on Tuesday as it published a final tariff list targeting 279 imported product lines .
Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, and House Speaker Paul Ryan (R., Wis.) have all traveled to the district in support of Mr. In Michigan, three mainstream Democrats in suburban Detroit were among those vying for a chance at retiring Republican Rep.
When President Donald Trump announced an import tariff on Chinese steel in March, China responded with its own set of tariffs. That's a negligible amount for China, which imported 17 million tons total a year ago , according to the US Census Bureau.
An indictment from a grand jury also charges Collins's son, Cameron Collins, and Stephen Zarsky, the father of his fiancee. Lawyers for Collins released a statement expressing confidence he would be "completely vindicated and exonerated".
It'd be totally fine if the Browns truly felt that Corey Coleman wasn't going to develop into the star wideout. Brandon Beane confirmed that the Bills gave up a seventh round pick in 2020 to get the wide receiver.
The Slovenian immigrants, a former auto dealer and textile factory worker, had been living in the U.S.as permanent residents. The president in January proposed ending most family-based immigration and replacing it with a skills-based system.
A document surfaced earlier this summer, which showed their judge ordered Jolie to give Pitt more time with their six children. Angelina Jolie is reportedly accusing Brad Pitt of avoiding his child support payments based on their informal arrangement.
Global sanctions were lifted under the agreement between world powers and Tehran in return for its curbs on the nuclear program. And John Bolton, the president's national security adviser, is a well-known Iran hawk who has advocated for regime change.
The 31-year-old won two titles at the Etihad Stadium but fell out of favour after the arrival of Pep Guardiola as manager in 2016. Barcelona's offer of Mina as part of the Pogba deal is due to the fact Mourinho is desperate to strengthen his defence.
It is unclear how Seagal who was given Russian citizenship in 2016 will go about accomplishing that goal. Seagal's grandmother was born in Vladivostok, and the actor and Putin share a passion for martial arts.
Fosu-Mensah leaves Manchester United for Fulham
Fulham are trying to sign Manchester United defender Timothy Fosu-Mensah on loan for the upcoming Premier League season. In the 2016/17 campaign, Vietto played for Sevilla and past year he played the second half of the season for Valencia .
England v India: Rain delays start of second Test at Lord's
England have yet to decide whether Chris Woakes, a fellow pace-bowling all-rounder, or off-spinner Moeen Ali will replace Stokes. Their last defeat came against Pakistan back in May this year when Joe Root's men were beaten by nine wickets.
Indra Nooyi to Step Down as PepsiCos CEO After 12 Years
Nooyi's most significant legacy, leading the company's transformation mainly in snacks, has been visible across markets. She was previously CFO having joined Pepsi in 1994 as senior vice president of strategic planning.
Twin California wildfires are largest in state's history
A total of almost 3,900 people were fighting the Mendocino Complex Fire , including crews from Arizona, Washington and Alaska. Hundreds of colleagues, family and friends attended a memorial service Saturday in Fresno for National Forest Service Capt.
Thomas opens three-shot lead over McIlroy at Bridgestone
Former world No 1 Day pulled within two of Thomas when he rattled off three straight birdies starting at the 10th hole. He made five birdies, including a 50-foot putt from just short of the 18th green as he was making the turn.