The International Monetary Fund has warned that Saudi Arabia has to boost its private sector to create sufficient jobs to absorb its fast-growing young population.
How many more Syrians will die between today and Jan. 22, when the so-called Geneva II peace talks are due to get under way?
Saudi contractors are complaining that delays in some major projects are caused by the inability of different government and local authority departments to co-ordinate projects, so that clashes in sch
India is the world largest producer of generic medicines. These are “me-too” medications originally developed by international pharmaceutical companies, which have had their patents run out.
The vandalization of Saher speed cameras and the recent spate of loutish attacks by youths on motorists traveling along city streets, though seeming different, are in fact connected by a worrying lack
EGYPT'S ousted President Muhammad Mursi cuts a sad figure these days. His trial on charges of inciting murder and violence has been adjourned until the start of January.
THE deplorable spectacle of illegal expatriates assaulting police in Riyadh will have hardened the attitude of some toward those who have had every opportunity to regularize their position in the King
In Geneva this week, there was both despair and hope.
AND so the long-promised clampdown has begun. Raids by Labor Ministry officials are producing thousands of illegals every day.
There are now just three days left to complete the regularization of the status of illegal workers in the Kingdom.
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