LONDON: The “submarine car” used in James Bond film “The Spy Who Loved Me” is up for sale in London on Monday, 24 years after it was “discovered” in a US storage unit.
Online social campaigns have become popular in Saudi Arabia, thanks to their reach and effectiveness.
Faiz Al-Malki, a prominent comedian, has announced that he will donate his personal Twitter account to a charity society.
A new video shot in Dammam follows several Saudi men who now use their bicycles to commute, fetch groceries and run other errands.
WASHINGTON: NASA has joined the world of Instagram — and has already attracted an incredible 56,374 followers within hours of posting its first pictures on the social media site.
Exbel, designed by Yaser AlMajed, a Saudi-based app developer and photographer, is a double exposure application for iPhone that creates impressive images in just a few minutes.
BUENOS AIRES: Argentinean authorities have rescued a 58-year-old Uruguayan man who had been lost in the Andes mountains since May.
NEW YORK: Two scientists who illuminated how brain cells communicate, three researchers who developed implants that let deaf people hear and philanthropists Bill and Melinda Gates have won prestigious
The Jeddah Theater Week concluded on Saturday after presenting seven plays.
Battling to the last with sweat pouring from his brow, the wrestler winced as he lost his footing, the crowd roared and his rival flattened him in the sawdust.
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