A 2009 file photo shows then Senegal Foreign Minister Cheikh Tidiane Gadio holding a press conference. (AFP)
A campaign to promote tolerance in society kicked off in Jeddah on Thursday under the slogan “A Tolerant Person is A Winner” with the aim to promote youths’ tolerance to challenges they may face
A Shoura Council study has proposed five-year jail terms and fines of up to SR500,000 for those found guilty of sexual harassment, including the abuse of children and persons with disabilities.
The Ministry of Justice is considering a proposal that calls for the government to take criminal action against parents who deprive their children of education and registration of national identificat
Traffic accidents are the leading cause of spinal cord injuries (SCI) in Saudi Arabia and a study predicts that medical costs to treat 50,000 cases of undiagnosed patients may reach SR25 billion by 2
The Ministry of Housing has launched a website for its housing support program "Iskan" and called on citizens seeking housing support or those who don’t have access to suitable hous
International Women's Day is more than a moment marked on a calendar.
Jeddah police have shut down several workshops for selling and installing defective car parts.
US deputy chief of mission Timothy A. Lenderking praised the positive response of Saudi families toward the Riyadh International Book Fair.
More than 40 supervisors affiliated with the Jeddah Municipality have launched a large-scale campaign in local markets to expose restaurants committing health violations in southern Jeddah neighborhoo
The Japanese Embassy displayed various aspects of traditional and modern Japanese culture at King Faisal School's sixth annual day recently.
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