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Haj Minister Bandar Hajjar announced Wednesday that his ministry would begin allocating spaces for pilgrims at the holy sites of Mina and Arafat among the Tawafa organizations next week. “The move...
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Police shutter workshops selling defective car parts

Jeddah police have shut down several workshops for selling and installing defective car parts.

Book lovers explore thoughts from afar

US deputy chief of mission Timothy A. Lenderking praised the positive response of Saudi families toward the Riyadh International Book Fair.

Erring restaurants in Jeddah to be exposed

More than 40 supervisors affiliated with the Jeddah Municipality have launched a large-scale campaign in local markets to expose restaurants committing health violations in southern Jeddah neighborhoo

Japanese display culture at King Faisal School

The Japanese Embassy displayed various aspects of traditional and modern Japanese culture at King Faisal School's sixth annual day recently.

Saudi women to be honored

The French Consulate General in Jeddah will honor Saudi women for their contribution to different fields on March 11 at the residence of Consul General Louis Blin.

Judge, notary public jailed

The Court of Appeals in Makkah recently summoned a judge and public notary as well as a number of real estate developers to investigate a case of forgery of a land deed.

Study program for expats opens in India

Foreign nationals, persons of Indian origin and non-resident Indians can now apply for studies in India.

Filipino photographers hold KSA’s largest 'cosplay' event

A group of 200 Filipino photographers held one of the biggest cosplay events in the city recently, to photograph participants dressed up as various manga, anime, comic book, video game and film charac

Indian VP honors envoy for excellence in foreign service

Indian Vice President Mohammad Hamid Ansari presented the 3rd S. K. Singh award for excellence in Indian Foreign Service to Sibi George, deputy chief of mission at the Embassy of India in Riyadh.

Kingdom names terrorist groups, orders foreign fighters home

Saudi Arabia has formally designated the Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist group, official Saudi television reported citing a statement by the Interior Ministry.

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