TO JAIL: The arrested workers are taken to a detention camp in Dammam. (AN photo)
Eighteen million licensed vehicles are likely to be on Saudi roads by the end of this year, from 17 million last year, according to a study published by Al-Eqtisadiah daily.
Opposition politician Kassab Al-Otaibi conveyed his thanks and appreciation to Minister of Interior Prince Mohammad bin Naif for sending a medical plane to take his father from Al-Jouf to Riyadh hospi
Social activist and director of the Made by Hand Foundation, Moodhi Al-Da’rami, has been successfully running a project that has supported more than 33 families in the province of Bisha.
Several Haj pilgrims who have just concluded their lifetime spiritual experience appeared sad while leaving the holy land and many of them being quite old as also financially crunched lament the fact
In a nationwide awareness program to reduce the incidence of breast cancer, the Ministry of Health launched a program entitled “Tell me your health” in Riyadh.
Returning Haj pilgrims are busy shopping for their favorite dates: Ajwa dates — a well-known, well-loved and delicious gift from the Kingdom.
A special court on Wednesday sentenced 14 people to jail terms of between six months and 23 years. The sentences were second of a series over a plot to attack US forces in Qatar.
The Ministry of Higher Education is planning to adopt a new system to help universities meet international standards.
Anees Ahmed Sindi has been appointed deputy commander of the Ministry of Health’s Command and Control Center (CCC), according to an MoH announcement.
Hotels in several countries have mandated strict check for Saudis, especially single young men in their twenties and thirties.
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