Undocumented expatriate workers wait for their turn to be processed inside an immigration office in Dammam. (AN file photo)
Jeddah is well on its way to becoming a center for Arab tourism in the Gulf with the completion of numerous projects and the launching of several festivals, said Hassan Dahlan, deputy secretary-genera
London police has announced that a Saudi tourist in his 70s has been reported missing.
The trade in illegal mobile SIM cards by hawkers continues at markets in the city despite a clampdown by the authorities, Arab News has found.
Madinah Gov. Prince Faisal bin Salman on Tuesday announced 13 initiatives aimed at making Madinah the eternal capital of Islamic culture.
Police have arrested a seven-member gang for a series of robberies they carried out in northeast Riyadh.
Sirajuddin Qureshi, a prominent Indian entrepreneur and social worker, won the keenly-contested presidential election of the New Delhi-based India Islamic Cultural Center (IICC), a premier Islamic org
Thousands of visitors are continuing to flock to the Jeddah Heritage Festival, with locals and expatriates praising the organizers for the broad array of cultural and entertainment activities.
Many prospective Saudi brides and grooms have run into an unexpected and frustrating delay in their attempt to tie the knot because some local courts have run out of marriage contracts.
The Ministry of Labor has rejected claims that its decisions to back a two-day weekend for private firms and increasing Saudization quotas across industries, has caused prices to rise.
Murray McCully, New Zealand’s foreign affairs minister, met Crown Prince Salman, deputy premier and minister of defense, on Tuesday on his daylong visit to the Kingdom to discuss means to bol
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