A PEEK INTO THE PAST: A photo taken by Muhammad Helmi in 1947 shows Maqam Ibrahim inside the Haram Mosque. (SPA)
The International Exhibition & Conference on Higher Education (IECHE 2014) that concluded in Riyadh on Friday was the biggest ever event for higher education held in the Kingdom.
A literary evening was held here in honor of the visiting Pakistan’s TV anchor, Aneeq Ahmed, drawing a host of Jeddah’s literary personalities, journalists and Urdu buffs.
Twelve international schools with around 40 students took part in the 4th Inter-school Elocution Competition organized by the Khak-e-Taiba Trust (KTT), Jeddah chapter, to promote public speaking skill
Egyptian students, the largest expatriate community in the Kingdom, concluded their annual exams peacefully recently.
Voluntary community service among Saudi youth appears to be gaining ground across Saudi Arabia, according to Badr Fahad Al-Jeraisy, media head of the Social Committee in Ergah (SCE), northwest of Riya
Indonesia is working to enhance bilateral relations with the Kingdom across multiple sectors in a bid to protect the interests of both countries, said A. M.
Jeddah police have arrested a four-member African gang responsible for several cash-snatching incidents outside bank premises over the past two months.
Prominent economy experts have lamented a recent statement made by Deputy Crown Prince Muqrin accusing local banks of failing to play a role in aiding social development.
Singapore’s National Institute of Education (NIE) will train 3,000 Saudi school principals over the next few years, Singapore’s Ambassador Lawrence Anderson told Arab News.
Makkah’s Umm Al-Qura University will host a two-day forum on Wednesday and Thursday on Haj and Umrah with the participation of over 40 scientific papers under the aegis of the Custodian of the Two H
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