Woman killed, several injured after missile attack from Yemen

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Updated 11 August 2016

Woman killed, several injured after missile attack from Yemen

JEDDAH: An elderly woman was killed on Thursday and another 11 civilians injured after a missile attack from Yemen hit Najran in Saudi Arabia.
Civil Defence spokesperson Major Yahya Al-Qahtani said the incident took place at around 9:30am in the town of Samtah in Najran province.
The incident was the second in 24-hours where a missile attacked caused a fatality in the same town. One person died and seven others were injured on Wednesday after a missile hit a residential building.
On the same day, two missiles aimed at the southern Saudi cities of Abha and Khamis Mushait were shot down by the Royal Saudi Air Defense Forces. 


Tatweer opens registration for new academic year in Saudi Arabia

In the next four years, the company aims to provide services for 1.2 million students throughout the Kingdom. (SPA)
Updated 20 August 2019

Tatweer opens registration for new academic year in Saudi Arabia

  • The company added that parents can communicate with a supervisor for any inquiries related to the service by calling 8001231000 for free

RIYADH: The Ministry of Education’s school transport service provider asked families to register their children for the upcoming academic year via their website’s Noor system.
They can access the school transport page on the Tatweer Education Holding Co. website to fill in the required data for registration. The company said that the service will be limited to registered students based on priority and entitlement criteria.
Tatweer said that it had simplified the registration process, which can be completed online or through supervisors of the transport service in government schools.
The company added that parents can communicate with a supervisor for any inquiries related to the service by calling 8001231000 for free.
They can also email [email protected] or get in touch on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube.
In the next four years, the company aims to provide services for 1.2 million students throughout the Kingdom.