WELCOME ADDITION: A fleet of 1,200 yellow school buses were off loaded from cargo liners at the Jeddah Islamic Port on Tuesday bringing the total fleet of schools buses to 22,000 throughout the Kingdom. (AN photo)
Saudi Authorities and citizens have geared up for the new academic year, which begins today.
The Ministry of Health announced Saturday mandatory measures for Haj and Umrah pilgrims coming from countries with high rates of infectious diseases.
The Commission for the Promotion of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice arrested several people for blasphemous remarks against God and Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) after a videoclip on atheism
A seven-year-old child who sustained stab wounds to the neck and hands after being attacked by his African housemaid in Asir is in stable condition.
Residents of Jeddah’s Kilo 14 neighborhood are suffering from the presence of a gas factory for three decades.
Investors are eying Jeddah’s downtown historical area thanks to the high turnout of visitors during Ramadan and the summer season.
More than 60 students from nine different prominent Saudi medical universities were trained in patient care by a leading Jeddah hospital.
Riyadh will get 2.8 million cubic meters of water a day around the clock by next year.
Planning ahead can save you a considerable amount of money, say experts from the Kingdom’s tourism sector.
CAIRO: Two buses collided near a popular Red Sea resort in Egypt, killing at least 33 people, a local health official said, in the country’s worst road accident in nearly two years.
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