INNOVATIVE: A model created by Faiza Abdul Qayyum, a local educationist, on how to effectively combine Islamic values and modern teaching methods. (AN photo)
Saudi Arabia has deployed thousands of troops and set up extra barricades, infrared cameras and radar systems along its 850-km border with Iraq to counter the threat from the Islamic State (IS) and Sh
The salaries of expatriates in the private sector rose by 25 percent while those of Saudis declined by 1 percent during 2013, according to a report published by Al-Eqtisadiah business daily on Thursda
A massive fire all but completely destroyed a lubricant and petroleum products factory in Jeddah’s industrial area early Thursday morning.
Egypt’s Al-Azhar University has granted King Abdullah an honorary doctorate degree for his courage.
The Abha Chamber of Commerce and Industry says in a recent report that unemployment in Asir is a result of many young Saudi qualified men and women refusing to accept work in the private sector as the
Many low-paid parents here are worried about potential salary delays as they prepare for the upcoming Eid Al-Fitr celebrations.
Fourteen pilgrims were injured when the bus in which they were traveling was hit by a truck on Thursday, said Capt. Ali Al-Zahrani, traffic police spokesman in Makkah.
Global food giant McDonald’s, which has a substantial presence in Saudi Arabia, has announced plans to hire 4,000 young Saudi men as part of its move to expand operations, eying in particular fresh gr
Conjoined twins were born to a Saudi woman in Makkah for the first time at a general maternity and children's hospital in the city.
Education Minister Prince Khaled Al-Faisal on Thursday approved 5,700 new educational development projects worth SR54 billion.
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