DYNAMIC: The Saudi tourism sector has become the fastest creator of jobs in the Kingdom, according to the World Tourism Organization. (AN photo)
DAMMAM: The Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage (SCTNH) has become the fastest creator of jobs in the Kingdom, according to the World Tourism Organization (WTO).
JEDDAH: As many as 906 Saudis have been arrested on terror charges during the last four months in the Kingdom, although the arrests during the last four years include people of various nationalities.<
RIYADH: Abdul Lateef Al-Asheikh, municipal and rural affairs minister, has awarded 156 sanitation and public improvement projects worth SR1.17 billion to several contractors recently.
RIYADH: A suspected MERS-infected Saudi national who died last week in Manila appear to have transmitted the virus to three persons who had close contact with him.
JEDDAH: The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques’ Haj Program has hosted 36,000 pilgrims over the past 20 years.
RIYADH: Abdul Rahman Al-Zamil, president of the Council of Saudi Chambers (CSC), will inaugurate the First Elevators and Escalators Exhibition in Riyadh this month.
JEDDAH: One person died and 13 others were injured on Sunday in what was reportedly a fight between members of a local tribe aged between 19 and 65.
JEDDAH: Around 370 publishing houses representing 21 countries will take part in Jeddah International Book Fair, according to a website.
JEDDAH: There would be trains between Makkah and Jeddah every 10 minutes once the Al-Haramain high-speed railway project is completed.
JEDDAH: The Bureau of Investigation and Public Prosecution has begun questioning nine operators and engineers of the Saudi Binladin Group to determine the cause of the Haram accident which resulted in
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