A PICTURE WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS: This April 2010 photo shows the late King Abdullah and the late Crown Prince Sultan with women participants of the National Dialogue Forum in Najran.
Newly appointed Culture and Information Minister Abdul Aziz Al-Khodairy has unveiled a new vision for the Kingdom’s media to foste
The Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS-CoV) has killed two more people, bringing the death toll in the country to 363 since the virus was detected in 2012, the Health Ministry announce
Some 90 percent of Saudi college students are suffering from "weather phobia," which has resulted in the absence of considerable number of students from colleges, a local daily said quoting a recently
The Ministry of Education has been researching the problem of violence and bullying among students in public schools to determine reasons and ways of taking action to stop it.
Some 2,000 fake engineering certificates were uncovered in 2014 including those of 40 Saudi male and female engineers, local media quoted an official source at the Saudi Council of Engineers (SCE) as
Businesspeople here have pledged to fund the projects of several young Saudi entrepreneurs aimed at developing Riyadh, which includes an application for the delivery of home-cooked meals.
Saudi Arabian Standards Organization (SASO) Gov.
Citizens have raised concerns about the distortion of Islam by terrorists and stressed the importance of addressing persons who practice Islamic rituals which are misconstrued and commit acts of terro
The Food and Agricultural Extension (FAO) of the United Nations in the Kingdom has issued a report laying out its accomplishments for the 2012-2014 period, which includes the technical cooperation pro
A leading Sri Lankan Muslim politician plans to propose that the newly elected government of the island nation subsidize citizens going on Haj.
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