Prince Sultan bin Salman with senior US officials.
Khak-e-Taiba Trust (KTT), a Jeddah-based community welfare forum, will celebrate Saudi National Day by organizing a coloring competition among local school students.
Traders are making a roaring business at Souk Al-Khouba in Al-Harth province, Jazan, selling wild animals including foxes, cheetahs and various types of snakes.
The Ministry of Commerce and Industry has moved to make it mandatory for car agents in the Kingdom to test vehicles prior to the completion of sales procedures and ensure that the client is notified a
Vocational training has become an essential part of developing a competent and skilled workforce to grow the country’s economy, according to business leaders and academics.
Officials from the Commission for the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention Vice (Haia) in Riyadh have arrested an African man accused of engaging in black magic to create rift in married couples for
A court in Jeddah has ordered the Bureau of Investigation and General Prosecution (BIGP) to look into the financial sources of a bank account worth SR7 million owned by a Yemeni resident, who claim
The Specialized Criminal Court in Jeddah convicted 13 Saudi citizens and one wanted Bahraini, whose name was included on a list of 32 wanted persons announced by the Interior Ministry in 2004, for var
Four Saudi prisoners in Manama have refused to be transferred back home to complete their prison terms under a prisoner exchange agreement between Saudi Arabia and Bahrain.
An investigation has been launched into allegations that a Qur'an teacher beat a child, with the permission of his father, during lessons at a mosque in Makkah's Tandabawy neighborhood.
Five years ago, 24-year-old Ahmad Murshid began to feel tired, had no appetite and had breathing difficulties.
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