FIRST STEP: A woman fills out the form while registering to vote in the Dec. 12 election.
Filling out the form is easy. Providing the documents needed to register can be a challenge.
Dr. Solaiman A.M. Solaiman thinks it will be difficult to convince women to take part in the elections.
JEDDAH: A contract was signed recently to establish a specialist medical complex to treat cancer patients for free.
RIYADH: The government and courts have issued 35,010 penalties against citizens and expatriates for violating the country’s residency laws including fines and jail terms.
RIYADH: Based on a recent study, spinsterhood in Saudi Arabia has escalated at an alarming rate where the number of unmarried girls reached 4 million this year compared to around 1.5 million in 2010.<
JEDDAH: A total of 94,390 people, most of them Saudis, aged 15 to 59, are jobless because of their unwillingness to work, according to an online newspaper quoting the Central Department of Statistics
JEDDAH: An African expat woman is being investigated for torturing her baby to death by pouring boiling water on her. The motive behind the vicious attack is unknown.
JEDDAH: Security authorities have arrested 45 people from different parts of the Kingdom for Daesh links in the past 10 days.
JEDDAH: As international schools in the city gear up for the new academic session, some parents have requested that schools improve the quality of their classes in Islamic studies.
RIYADH: As a mark of support for Saudi soldiers stationed on the southern borders, the Technical and Vocational Training Corporation (TVTC) has pledged to secure the admission of their children to var
JEDDAH: The Jeddah Chamber of Commerce and Industry (JCCI) has called for reasonable prices of food items during this year’s Haj season.
The Date and Palm Festival's activities were launched on Thursday at the Al-Fanateer waterfront in Jubail Industrial City.
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