MAYHEM: Men check on an injured person at the site of the explosion outside Dammam's Al-Anoud Mosque, while worshippers, below, are seen through the blown up windows of the car the bomber used. (Reuters/SPA)
JEDDAH: Shaheen Air, a private Pakistani airline, announced Wednesday that the Pakistani government has allowed it to transport Haj pilgrims this year.
RIYADH: In widespread condemnation across Saudi society, prominent citizens reacted strongly on Friday to yet another terror attack in which a suicide bomber blew himself up near a mosque in Damman le
RIYADH: One hundred and thirty stranded Filipino workers here have launched an urgent plea for help to go home.
JEDDAH: Health Minister Khalid Al-Falih said his ministry is taking practical steps to implement health insurance programs for citizens.
JEDDAH: Ninety six percent of the Haramain High Speed Rail Project in Jeddah and Makkah has been completed.
JEDDAH: The Council of Saudi Chambers (CSC) and the Ministry of Labor has formed a joint committee to review the contentious SR2,400 levy on expatriate workers.
JEDDAH: Seventy percent of the 400,000 daily calls made to the 989 number are related to complaints about traffic fines and services, according to the public security department of the Interior Minist
MADINAH: Madinah will host a charity football tournament every year featuring top Muslim soccer stars from around the world.
JEDDAH: Many Saudi families are complaining that they are facing Ramadan this year without domestic help.
MAKKAH: Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman was accorded a warm welcome by the people of Makkah as he arrived in the vicinity of the Grand Mosque on Thursday accompanied by Makkah Gov.
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