CONDOLENCES: Najran Gov. Prince Jelawi bin Abdul Aziz visits the family of Saleh bin Manie Al-Mahamidh, a Border Guard officer who died on Sunday during a gunbattle with Houthi rebels. The governor conveyed to the family the condolences of King Salman, Crown Prince Muqrin and Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Naif. (SPA)
Slowly but steadily, Saudi Arabia is becoming less vulnerable to cybertattacks as compared to a couple of years ago, but figures show that a lot still needs be done.
Extensive arrangements are being made by the King Abdul Aziz City For Science and Technology (KACST) for the Science and Technology week that begins in Riyadh Sunday.
Many Saudis are now leaving the big cities and heading back to their small towns and villages because of lower rents, available jobs and adequate health and education services.
Realizing the decades-old dream of expat parents, a Saudi business group led by Prince Saud bin Musaed has taken the initiative to open an international university in Jeddah, offering degrees in engin
The Shoura Council approved a study on a scheme for martyrs which would help the families of those who have sacrificed their lives for the sake of the country.
Iranian and Lebanese military officers belonging to Hezbollah have been found in the operation room of the Houthis, a Yemeni official said Monday.
A prominent Saudi scholar, author and television host has written a play on the Saudi-led coalition’s campaign to restore the legitimate government in Yemen.
Houthi militants have violated all norms and traditions held dear by generations of Yemeni people.
The incendiary statements of Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah have invited derision from Yemenis who say the isolated Houthis have no one to speak for them inside Yemen.
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