Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman
RIYADH: Highlighting the importance of caring, preservation and better maintenance of mosques located along highways in the Kingdom, the Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage (SCTNH) and
ABHA: Women graduates in Asir say they are looking for private companies to hire them for online jobs which can be done at home.
ABHA: Deviant groups have attempted to attract Saudi women to carry out terrorist operations by various means and in sinister ways.
RIYADH: A delegation of senior officials from King Abdullah University for Science and Technology (KAUST) visited the King Abdullah City for Atomic and Renewable Energy (KACARE) to discuss cooperation
RIYADH: The Office of the Education Department in eastern Taif has launched a program called “Fatin” which aims to protect students from intellectual threats around them.
RIYADH: The Taif theater group won two awards when it participated recently in the ninth edition of a theatrical festival in Bahrain.
JEDDAH: The father of a student at Imam Nafie Primary School in Taif’s Qumariya neighborhood is upset because the teacher who had hit his son in the face has gone unpunished.
JEDDAH: While the Ministry of Education sees privatization of education as a positive development, there are investors who express there cautious reluctance by saying there would be intense competitio
JEDDAH: The University of Birmingham will welcome over 1,000 Saudi students from across the UK to an annual conference that will showcase their potential for groundbreaking work and research innovatio
JEDDAH: Over a billion tons of foods in the world finds its way to garbage containers and dumps, said Ahmad bin Amer Al-Harbi, head of the Volunteerism Unit.
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