LAID WASTE: One of numerous buildings destroyed in Israeli bombing in the Gaza Strip. The two-month war left thousands of Palestinians without food and shelter. (AFP)
Palestinians sit on a couch as they return to the remains of their house, which witnesses said was destroyed in an Israeli offensive, after a ceasefire was declared, in the east of Gaza City, in this August 27, 2014 photo. (Reuters)
Asir Gov. Prince Faisal bin Khaled launched a workshop on urban population strategies in Gulf states at the Abha Palace Hotel on Tuesday.
Education Minister Prince Khaled Al-Faisal received an award of excellence from Makkah Gov.
Labor disputes and amicable settlements will be among major topics that will be taken up at a social dialogue that will be held under the auspices of Labor Minister Adel Fakeih on Sept. 3.
Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah has approved the creation of 600 new jobs of inspectors at the Ministry of Commerce and Industry to strengthen its fight against trade fraud and illegal
Three Saudis were executed Wednesday after being convicted of murder in separate cases, the Interior Ministry announced, bringing to 41 the number of executions this year.
New Zealand Ambassador to the Kingdom Hamish MacMaster said that Saudi Arabia will open its embassy in Wellington late this year.
The Kingdom’s Electricity and Co-Generation Regulatory Authority has approved imposing a SR50 fee to resume electricity services after bill payment.
Two babies have been handed back to their parents after accidentally being switched at birth at Dammam’s Maternity and Children’s Hospital.
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