A Saudi government prosecutor called for the death penalty for 20 Saudi suspects, and one Afghan, and for severe jail terms for the remaining four, three Saudis and one Iranian.
A business analyst and a security serviceman are among the 32 people put on trial in Saudi Arabia this week for spying for Iran.
- Prosecution wants death penalty for 20 Saudis over spying for Iran
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- Report: Most drugs enter Saudi Arabia through land borders
- Saudi nuclear physicist ‘part of Iran spy ring’
- Syria opposition to respect ceasefire ‘for two weeks’
- Energy price reforms to raise Saudi inflation