WELCOME ADDITION: A fleet of 1,200 yellow school buses were off loaded from cargo liners at the Jeddah Islamic Port on Tuesday bringing the total fleet of schools buses to 22,000 throughout the Kingdom. (AN photo)
An eight-year-old girl was tortured to death by her stepmother in Riyadh, while the victim’s 11-year-old brother is undergoing physical and psychological treatment at King Fahad Medical City after suf
As tensions rise in Syria and Iraq, Egyptian buses seem to be the only ride pilgrims have left.
The first honey festival in Abha has concluded after a week full of activities.
Saudi Arabia has expressed its deep concern over the barbaric Israeli attacks on the Palestinians in Gaza that have caused death and destruction and urged the international community to take effective
More than 1.3 million foreign pilgrims are expected to perform Haj this year, according to the Haj Ministry.
Haj revenues this year are projected to reach almost SR32 billion, a three-percent increase from the SR31 billion spent in 2013, according to a recent study conducted by the Makkah Chamber of Commerce
The new underpasses and bridges being built in Jeddah will improve traffic movement by as much as 90 percent once complete, Brig. Gen.
The Haj Ministry has developed new control mechanisms that will limit the stay of Umrah pilgrims to 15 days.
The labor campaign against illegal expats has left parents with a transportation crisis ahead of the new school year.
Dysfunctional or broken down ATMs are becoming a common feature of Jeddah to the annoyance of citizens and expatriates alike.
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