Sign up for the MSNBC newsletter
You have been successfully added to our newsletter.
Let our news meet your inbox
How women got elected in Saudi Arabia
This year’s election in Saudi Arabia was the first in which women were able to run as candidates and cast a vote, and surprisingly, female winners have been declared across the country. Sheikha Al-Sudairy from the Al-Nahda Philanthropic Society for Women details how the voter registration efforts took shape on the ground.
American lawyer fights for refugees01:52
Flight attendants trained to spot trafficking04:54
Is life outside earth possible after all?00:29
Fashion campaign features acid attack victim01:07
Pressure increases over Israeli settlements16:38
Group wants businesses out of West Bank06:47