PROTECTOR: Abdul Aziz Kaki, winner of the King Faisal Prize for Islamic studies, has urged tough action against those destroying heritage sites in Makkah and Madinah. (AN photo)
Four more people have died of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome coronavirus (MERS-Cov), raising the total in the Kingdom to 400, the Ministry of Health’s Command and Control Center said Monday.
Legal experts have called for a law that would penalize owners of camels that cause road accidents.
Experts have identified five main reasons including late marriages and increasing cases of abortion for the fall of fertility rate among Saudi women.
The Kingdom has condemned the Islamic State group for targeting innocent civilians and destroying cultural heritage in Iraq.
The Ministry of Social Affairs has taken custody of the two children of a mother who is suspected of killing her eight-year-old son.
Umm Al-Qura University recently organized an annual education forum to help students choose their career paths accordwwing to their interests and skills at King Abdulaziz Hall in Babidah University.
Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman thanked the scholars and experts who participated in last week’s anti-terrorism conference hosted by the Muslim World League in Makkah, said Minister of C
Road cleaning workers leaving their work to beg at road intersections and public utilities or commercial centers is now a common feature.
More than 500 volunteers participated recently in a campaign titled Waste Free Environment to clean up Jubail’s beaches, highways and islands.
Eighteen cases were tested positive for corona virus after checking 1,493 samples across the Kingdom last week.
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