Abdul Aziz Al-Asheikh
Three more Saudis have died of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS), while a new case has surfaced, the Ministry of Health said on Thursday.
About 47 percent of Saudi women say they have no problem in working with male colleagues, while 44 percent of Saudi men would not prevent their female relatives from working with male colleagues and c
The expansion of the Prophet’s Mosque in Madinah would not affect other nearby ancient mosques, a senior official from the Ministry of Finance has said.
Customs officers at northern Hudaitha checkpoint have foiled an attempt to smuggle more than two million amphetamine drug pills into the Kingdom, said Ibrahim Al-Anazi, director of customs in Hudaitha
The Ministry of Labor has moved to exempt employers of qualified Indian domestic workers from the insurance payment normally made to recruitment agencies, Secretary General of the Chamber of Commerce
Iraqi Parliament's president, Salim Al-Jabouri, claimed during his visit to the Kingdom, that he is trying his best to bring Iraq back to the Arab fold once again.
The Ministry of Labor has called on all recruitment offices in the Kingdom to publish the salaries of domestic workers on the “Musaned” website in a bid to ensure transparency, fairness and guarantee
Saud Al-Nefaie, chairman of the National Transportation Committee in the Riyadh Chamber of Commerce and Industry, said there are five unauthorized taxi service companies operating from outside the Kin
Policemen responsible for security inside King Fahd and Prince Faisal bin Fahd stadiums have appeared in new uniforms during Gulf Cup 22.
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