The committee supported encouraging breastfeeding among Saudi women, but expressed reservations about reducing the birth rate.
Three Indians convicted in the murder of a compatriot in May 2008 have been saved from the executioner's sword after an Indian businessman paid half a million riyals in blood money on their behalf.
Forensic experts in Makkah will begin their examination of the bones found at the Grand Mosque expansion project site, near King Abdulaziz Gate, to determine whether they are human or animal remains.<
The abnormal and obsessive fear of the evil eye, or envy, makes many people in this country act in strange and irrational ways to ward off harm, say experts.
Citizens here have called on the government to teach the public how to behave at accident scenes because curious onlookers often impede rescue and medical teams trying to save the lives of victims.
Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah has strongly condemned the Taleban terrorist attack on an army-run school in Pakistan that killed 148 people including 132 children.
Labor Minister Adel Fakeih has promised to solve the problem of delayed visas, following complaints by businessmen in Tabuk.
A Cabinet decision taken two years ago granting permanent residency to foreign wives, widows and divorcees of Saudi citizens, has come into effect.
To catch those stealing from state coffers, the National Anti-Corruption Commission (Nazaha) has revealed it may ask the government to introduce legislation that would force all government officials t
A fire damaged five plastic and paper stores in the first industrial city in Dammam on Thursday.
The Supreme Court has ruled that the government must pay compensation to the victims of mistakes made by the judiciary, including people imprisoned for months after their sentences have ended.
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