Three passengers died and 43 were injured when the bus in which they were traveling overturned near Dhuba in Tabuk, sabq.org reported.
Five percent of people in Al-Ahsa are disabled and need access to quality educational, health and rehabilitative services, according to a senior official from the Al-Ahsa Disabled Association.
A 19-year-old Ethiopian domestic worker has reportedly confessed to torturing and murdering a child under the age of five with a prayer mat in Tabuk.
Surgeons at the Ministry of Health here recently saved an expatriate carpenter’s right hand and left arm that were severely damaged by a motorized sawing machine at his company’s workshop.
A Filipino expat has voiced a complaint about a man who has routinely approached expats in Rabigh, Khafji, Jeddah, Alkhobar and Riyadh in a private car asking for money.
Saudi men who went to fight in Syria are still coming back to the Kingdom, confirmed the Saudi Embassy in Turkey.
The Ministry of Social Affairs has urged members of the public not to give money to beggars because these people are often involved in drug dealing, prostitution and other crimes.
The King Saud Endowment Foundation (KSEF) has announced the inauguration of its official headquarters in Riyadh’s Diplomatic Quarters.
Very few people have the vision and the will to reverse the tides of an adverse situation.
Indian expatriates in the Kingdom have slammed parliamentarians of the Hindu nationalist Shiva Sena party for force-feeding a fasting Muslim, with some calling for them to be stripped of their positio
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