MAYHEM: An injured man is rescued by Civil Defense officers at the blast site. (Courtesy: Middle East Eye)
GRIEF: Worshippers break down in the mosque.
STUNNED: Worshippers and residents crowd outside the Imam Ali Mosque. (AFP)
Family members of victims and well wishers are seen after a suicide bomb attack at the Imam Ali mosque in the village of al-Qadeeh in the eastern province of Gatif, Saudi Arabia, on Friday. (Reuters)
RIYADH: A visiting team of officials from the World Health Organization (WHO) has praised the Ministry of Health for setting up the Crown Health Project (CHP) to fight non-communicable diseases in the
Jeddah: Young Saudis displayed their business projects and other talents, such as handicraft items and designer clothes, at an exhibition here and earned accolades by people from all walks of life.
RIYADH: There has been widespread condemnation of Friday’s suicide attack on a mosque in Qatif that left at least 21 people dead and more than 100 injured.
RIYADH: Authorities shut down a detergent factory this week in the capital for adhering to the Ministry of Commerce and Industry's requirements.
JEDDAH: As shopping centers and clothing stores offer markdowns of up to 70 percent, many are questioning whether these are merely classic bait-and-switch tactics to attract customers, and get rid of
RIYADH: The “Live Saudi Arabia” program, recently launched for students from various educational levels, achieved its goal, with the participants “feeling closer to homeland.”
RIYADH: The Cameroon Embassy marked its 43rd National Day on Thursday night with a reception attended by Riyadh Gov. Prince Faisal bin Bandar and members of the diplomatic community.
RIYADH: The dream of a Sri Lankan expatriate to build a house for his daughter back home will now be fulfilled by the company he was working for, even though he is no more.
RIYADH: The Philippine Embassy has warned overseas Filipino workers in the Eastern Province against dealing with individuals who offer to help them during consular outreach programs for a fee.
JAZAN: Residents of Dhabia in Jazan say that their city has poor infrastructure and services including garbage collection only once a week, a poor sanitation network and inadequate pumping of fresh wa
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