Hotels situated nearby haram Makkah.
The Labor Ministry announced Sunday that it would allow firms in the high and medium green categories of Nitaqat to recruit foreign workers required for the expansion of their business activities.
Sheikh Abdulaziz Al-Asheikh, the grand mufti of the Kingdom and chairman of the Council of Senior Scholars, warned people against disturbing public order and other criminal acts.
In a major clampdown on underage drivers, the Traffic Department has introduced harsher punishments for people found behind the wheel without driving licenses.
The Directorate of Education in Makkah has taken steps to overcome the shortage of schools.
The Passport Department denied Sunday erroneous reports carried by certain websites and social media platforms that visit visas could simply be converted into permanent residency.
With only 2 percent of Saudi women employed in the industrial sector, business forums are encouraging women to work in industries that require specific skills.
The Ministry of Education has shut down 129 private and international schools and slapped fines on several others in the wake of reports of a number of violations of the ministry’s regulations.
Fireworks will light up the skies of Abha from mid-August over Al-Sadd lake as residents celebrate the annual Abha festival.
The main concern of Egyptian pilgrim Adel Mahmoud, who came to perform Umrah recently, is the disunity of Muslims, and while standing atop the historic Uhod mountains, he prayed for the unity of Musli
The Syrian war has created one of the biggest refugee crises in modern history, with experts calling it the worst humanitarian situation in a generation.
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