A special court in Riyadh has convicted three lawyers for making false accusations against the ruler and the Justice Ministry and handed jail terms ranging between five and eight years.
The Ministry of Culture and Information will soon regulate all video and image-sharing websites on the Internet to ensure they comply with the country's laws, an expert said here Sunday.
Every so often, stories surface of Saudi women fleeing their family homes to live outside the Kingdom.
The Shoura Council has demanded relieving borrowers with limited incomes from keeping up repayment on their mortgages.
Saudi businessman Mohammed Abdul Latif Jameel has been awarded an honorary knighthood by Queen Elizabeth for his philanthropic activities and developing arts and culture in the United Kingdom, the Bri
The Eastern Province's business and government leaders plan to create 10,000 jobs for Saudis in the region by holding an event linking firms and job seekers.
There is good news for customers using credit cards for the payment of goods and services with the government’s announcement of prohibiting any extra charge on customers besides the actual value of th
Saudi Arabia has a shortage of 32,760 beds and 699 primary health care centers in the country, according to a review of the nation's public and private sector facilities.
Police have arrested more than 100 violators of labor and residency regulations in raids conducted under an overpass in Jeddah in recent days, Jeddah police spokesman Lt. Col.
The Italian Consulate in Jeddah launched a week-long cultural event on Sunday to celebrate the 14th week of “Italian Language in the World” followed by an evening dedicated to Expo Milan 2015, compris
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