TELLING SIGNS: Sandstorms and heavy traffic contribute to Riyadh being among the world’s most polluted cities. (AN photo)
Four people were killed and three were injured in a head-on collision on the Al-Zayed Road in Bani Zayed town, east of Qunfudah, late Friday.
Charities in the Kingdom received SR753 million last year, according to the Ministry of Social Affairs.
A number of art pieces by Saudi artists will be auctioned in Jeddah on Sunday.
Over 300 trolley workers at King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah briefly halted work on Thursday and Friday to protest the assignment of an additional job of collecting trolleys left by pass
The upcoming Saudi Travel and Tourism Market (STTIM), scheduled to take place at the end of this month in Riyadh, will focus on youth in the tourism sector and experiences in tourism destination devel
King Abdullah’s Dates Market project is in its final stages and is set to be completed by May, said Abdullah Al-Arfaj, deputy mayor of Al-Ahsa for municipal services.
The traffic police is gearing up for the upcoming unified GCC Traffic Week 2014, with the theme “Our Goal is Your Security.”
A team from the Human Rights Commission visited Najran prison in response to a video posted on “YouTube” and a number of social networking sites revealing the poor quality of food provided to pris
Badir Program for Technical Incubators, an affiliate of King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology (KACST), and the Centennial Fund (TCF) have jointly agreed to promote Saudi entrepreneurs and to
The Saudi Council of Engineers (SCE) met with the Philippine Council of Engineers & Architects (PCEA) to discuss issues of mutual interest.
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