The woman, who was detained by Riyadh police, featured in a viral video wearing a miniskirt and a crop top as she strolled through a Saudi city. She told investigators that the clip was published without her knowledge, according to the statement. The statement adds that she was released on Tuesday evening without charge and the prosecutor has closed the case. Saudi Arabia adheres to a strict interpretation of Islamic law.
The woman, who has been questioned by Riyadh police, told them that the video was broadcast on her social media account and was attributed to her without her knowledge, according to the statement. On Sunday, the spokesperson for the Presidency of the Commission for the Promotion of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice -- also known as the religious police -- said the group was monitoring the issue and taking the "necessary steps" to address a viral video depicting a "girl in offensive clothing."
(CNN) A state-run Iranian news agency has accused Saudi hackers of planting a fabricated news story on its Twitter account, as a crisis in the Gulf centered around Qatar deepens. A tweet was posted on the account of state-run Alalam news agency on Sunday in Arabic, claiming that Qatari Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani had asked Iranian President Hassan Rouhani to establish an Iranian military base in Qatar. The tweet -- which is still visible -- did not link to any story on the Alalam website.
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Selecting a term
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