The Bureau of Investigation and Prosecution in Makkah is investigating a 30-year-old Saudi man for allegedly blackmailing a 35-year-old Saudi woman for over SR3 million in cash and valuables, and thre
The Transportation and Roads Department in the northern region has begun instituting controls for trucks transporting excess cargo with the aim to reduce the damage to roads due to the weight of the l
Filipinos in Al-Khafji near Kuwait recently registered as overseas voters so that they can participate in their country’s 2016 national elections.
The Makkah Chamber of Commerce and Industry recently held a career path workshop for females which will provide about 500 jobs for qualified Saudi women in a number of sectors in the holy city with th
A member of the Council of Senior Scholars said pledging allegiance to Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman through social networking websites is allowed, especially since the monarch is t
The landmark visit of US President Barack Obama to Saudi Arabia on Tuesday, cutting short his official visit to India, reflects the historic and time-tested relations between the two strategic allies.
The late Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah gave a boost to the education sector when he launched the King Abdulaziz and His Companions Foundation for Giftedness and Creativity “Mawhiba”
Saudi Customs has increased inspections at all the country’s entry points to counter the smuggling into the country of explosives, drugs, radioactive material and other contraband.
Labor Minister Adel Fakeih has reiterated the need to develop the skills of local manpower to reduce the Kingdom’s dependence on more than 10 million expatriate workers.
Education Minister Prince Khaled Al-Faisal said that the Kingdom has launched an ambitious national strategy to achieve sustainable development at all levels through integrated education.
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