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The Haj Ministry has not received cancellations for Umrah reservations in the wake of the coronavirus, said Abdullah Marghalani, undersecretary at the Haj Ministry and general director of the...
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Ex-fighter denounces Syria groups

A Saudi man who fought for six months in Syria before surrendering to the authorities has denounced extremists groups fighting in that country as misguided and divided.

MERS claims one more life in Kingdom

The death toll from the MERS rose to 62 in the Kingdom after a man succumbed to the disease in Riyadh, health officials said on Thursday.

Malaysia to send 22,320 Hajis

The Kingdom and Malaysia have signed an agreement to host 22,320 Malaysian pilgrims this year.

No entry fee for Taif parks

Taif Mayor Mohammed Al-Makhraj said that entrance to private parks and gardens is now free of charge following the recent rephrasing of the terms and conditions of investment contracts.

Man arrested for possession of phosphine

The Civil Defense Directorate in Jeddah arrested an Arab national after finding him in possession of phosphine.

Panel formed to tackle pollution in Riyadh

A special committee has been set up in Riyadh to tackle pollution in areas south of the city, comprising the High Commission for the Development of Riyadh (HCDR), the Health Ministry and Saudi Industr

Companies offer 683 jobs to Saudis

The Riyadh Chamber of Commerce and Industry (RCCI) has announced 683 job openings in 19 private sector companies for Saudi youth, the Saudi Press Agency reported.

Private schools scramble to comply with MoE rules

The Ministry of Education (MoE) is expected to carry out inspection of all private and international schools in September to ensure they have complied with the rules and regulations.

Plaintiffs in Riyadh to file claims through Web

The General Court in Riyadh has stopped accepting court claims, which are delivered manually.

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