Saudi Arabia has re-arrested women’s rights campaigner Loujain al-Hathloul, who is best known for her defiance of the kingdom’s driving ban.
Ms al-Hathloul was detained at King Fahad International Airport in Dammam on the country’s east coast near the border with Bahrain on 4 June and is expected to be taken to Riyadh for questioning by the Bureau of Investigation and Prosecution.
She has had no access to a lawyer and has not been allowed to contact her family, Amnesty International reported. 
The exact reason for her arrest has not been made public but Amnesty said they believe it is due to her human rights activism in the country. 
The 27-year-old is most famous for defying the kingdom’s ban on female drivers after attempting to drive into Saudi Arabia from the United Arab Emirates.
Following the stunt she was arrested and detained by the Saudi authorities for 73 days. 
She then went on to stand as …