World oil prices have fallen too far, the president of energy giant Saudi Aramco said on Tuesday, stressing it was for the market not OPEC producers to shore them up.
After 9/11, terrorism and jihad have become taboo words for many and religious scholars preached against these two acts.
Saudi Aramco, has said that it is to triple its investment in shale gas exploration in spite of oil prices at multi-year lows.
US President Barack Obama arrived in Riyadh on Tuesday for a four-hour stop leading a 30-member bipartisan delegation of lawmakers.
Saudi King Salman and US President Barack Obama discussed stability in the oil market, and the king expressed a message of continuity on Saudi energy policy in their talks.
More than a million pilgrims have either arrived or departed through King Abdulaziz International Airport (KAIA) since the Umrah season started on Dec. 7.
Saudi Minister of Labor Engineer Adel Fakeih said the provision of job opportunities for citizens to work in the private sector enterprises is important and has become easier now.
Crown Prince Muqrin Bin Abdulaziz, deputy premier, receives Australian Governor General Peter John Cosgrove in Riyadh, Tuesday.
The 7th Higher Education Fair & Career Guidance Program organized by Indian Youth Welfare Association (IYWA) at Consulate General of India premises provided plethora of information for students to make a career choice with clarity and confidence.
The photos on display at a Beirut theater show Syrian refugees chopping wood, getting married, and playing in a Lebanese field.
According to the calendar of political events that financial institutions use to predict instability, 2015 should be a quiet year.
US President Barack Obama urged India to promote religious tolerance.
A blizzard initially billed as possibly one of the worst ever in New York left only moderate snow in the Big Apple – and officials and forecasters red-faced – as New England bore the brunt of the storm Tuesday.
Gunmen attacked a hotel in Tripoli on Tuesday where government representatives and foreign delegations often stay,
Traffic problems in downtown Jeddah have reached a near-boiling point with drivers refusing to go to the city’s historic district due to the impossibility of finding a parking spot.
Popularity used to be a mission that most people strived for, whether it was in one’s school life, adult life, in his job, or among his family members.
Israel’s Arab political parties are banding together under one ticket.
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Multiple airlines from the United Arab Emirates said on Tuesday they were cancelling flights to Baghdad.
The General Directorate of Narcotics Control has recently issued a warning against spreading jokes about hashish users.
“Sleeper cells” made up of former Iraqi police officers and soldiers are tipping off authorities to self-proclaimed
The city will soon announce its best 14 teachers in both government and private schools and will adopt and implement their distinguished educational projects in May.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said his country opposes the idea of a Kurdish-controlled autonomous government in northern Syria.
The UN agency for Palestinian refugees said on Tuesday that it cannot afford to repair Gaza homes damaged in last year’s war with Israel because donors have failed to pay.
The number of money laundering cases increased from 251 in 2013 to 265 last year, according to the Shoura Council.
A US drone strike targeted Al-Qaeda in Yemen on Monday, signaling Washington’s determination to keep fighting the militants despite political paralysis brought on by a Shiite power grab.
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Teachers in northwest Pakistan are being given firearms training.
Bangladesh police said they have charged opposition leader Khaleda Zia.
South Sudanese rebels on Tuesday released 280 child soldiers, the first batch of some 3,000 to be freed but with thousands more still fighting.
Philippine officials have removed the commander of a police special action force from his post after at least 44 anti-terror commandos were killed in a clash with Muslim rebels in the country’s south.
The Philippines on Tuesday rejected an appeal by a US Marine that it drop a murder case against him in the death of a transgender Filipino woman last year.
Officials investigated Tuesday how a fighter jet crashed during NATO training exercises at an air force base in Spain,
President Cristina Kirchner on Monday said that she will disband Argentina’s intelligence service after a prosecutor
Australia remained course for its maiden Asian Cup title after defeating United Arab Emirates 2-0 in a semifinal at
Rafael Nadal’s Australian Open dream lay in tatters Tuesday with the third seed crushed by Tomas Berdych in the
Bradford will have the opportunity to spring another FA Cup.
Tunisia and Democratic Republic of Congo reached the African Nations Cup.
The Meralco Bolts used a suffocating defense to bring down crowd favorite Barangay Ginebra Kings, 85-74, Tuesday
Cycling outcast Lance Armstrong has said he would take banned substances again if faced with the same circumstances
Dutchman Michael van Praag became the fourth man to challenge Sepp Blatter for the FIFA presidency when he joined the
Off-spinner Sunil Narine has withdrawn from the West Indies World Cup squad while he continues to work on his
Saudi Minister of Education Prince Khaled Al-Faisal underscored that the Kingdom sees competitiveness.
Oil gave up early gains on Tuesday as a strong dollar weighed on prices.
The Kingdom’s transport sector will be a big bonanza for investors over the coming years, Abdulaziz Al-Auhali, chairman of Saudi General Transport Authority, said in his address at the 8th Global
Saudi Arabia's bourse edged up on the back of banking stocks, while Egypt's stock market turned bullish again in early trade on Tuesday after a short bout of profit-taking.
Dubai is aiming to be the world’s most popular city destination by 2020, as part of the city’s long-term growth
The education sector in the GCC is expected to increase its device utilization to 100 percent in the coming two years, according to a recent study commissioned by Intel to IDC.
Facebook Inc's Oculus VR is getting into movies with an in-house studio dedicated to making virtual-reality films and premiered its first short piece at the Sundance Film Festival on Monday.
Star-watchers looking for photographic evidence of their celebrity sightings were likely to find success on Park
Ava DuVernay, the director of the Martin Luther King historical movie "Selma," is set to again team up with the film's
Ashutosh Gowariker's fourth period film, "Mohenjo Daro," will soon go on floor, as the film's lead actor, Hrithik
Emma Watson took to Twitter to announce her role in one of Disney's classic adaptation, Beauty and the Beast.