Family members of victims and well wishers are seen after a suicide bomb attack at the Imam Ali mosque. (Reuters)
JUBAIL: Manhole covers not asphalted have become a phenomenon on many of the Kingdom's streets.
RIYADH: Riyadh police disclosed recently the arrest of young men in Ramadan for performing dangerous drifts in the early morning fasting hours.
JEDDAH: Just before Maghreb prayers, many Saudis now use social media applications such as Snapchat to share pictures of dishes and messages with family and friends.
RIYADH: ‘Hello Ramadan,’ a phone-in program, which the Ministry of Health launched in the beginning of Ramadan, is attracting a large number of Saudis who benefit from its guidelines on health related
RIYADH: Hungary is seeking to set up halal slaughterhouses so that it can sell livestock in the Saudi market.
MADINAH: The road security patrol in Madinah has launched several Ramadan programs, including distribution of brochures and meal packets among motorists.
DAMMAM: Juice and dairy companies in Saudi Arabia have increased their production capacity during Ramadan to face rising demands.
JEDDAH: The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) has expressed its “deep concern” over reports by the media and international organizations indicating human rights violations of the Muslim minori
JEDDAH: Minister of Islamic affairs, Endowments, Call and Guidance Saleh Al-Asheikh said the establishment of an independent authority for endowments (awqaf) and its separation from his ministry under
JEDDAH: A national awareness program,”Diabetes, Friend or Foe?,” was launched by King Abdulaziz University in seven major cities of the Kingdom on Saturday.
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