A view of the fire that gutted wooden scaffolds at the construction site of the Haram expansion project in Makkah. (SPA)
While many expatriates are preparing to celebrate Eid by shopping, traveling domestically or to their home countries, others are not so lucky because they have not been able to renew their residence p
Riyadh’s residents have expressed dismay over many traffic rerouting moves as a result of various road projects currently being implemented by the government.
Some 13 percent of Saudi male students and 5 percent of female students are smokers, said an expert citing data released by the World Health Organization (WHO).
A hospital in Riyadh has allowed its doctors to remove a large-sized malignant tumor from a critically ill Sudanese refugee free of charge.
Some traders are still selling banned fireworks at markets in Asir despite warnings by the Civil Defense of the dangers of these products.
Jeddah Municipality spokesman Sami Al-Ghamdi said that inspection teams shut down more than 50 unlicensed food stalls and issued warnings to another 60.
The ordeal of Mohammed Abdulaziz, an Indian expatriate who was threatened with separation from his family after languishing at a deportation center for months, came to an end after his story was publi
The Asir governorate has promised to resolve the water shortage in the region in 10 days.
Eid is not only a time for happy celebrations, but also the chance for enterprising women to boost their henna businesses.
At least 21 people died and 123 were injured in 1,463 traffic accidents in Jazan during Ramadan, a report carried by the Saudi Press Agency said.
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