The majority of foreign workers in the Kingdom come from poor families and are not highly skilled or qualified. They have not come here to run businesses but to work for employers.
What are passengers expected to do when they arrive at the airport and find no information about their delayed flights and no one to tell them what is happening?
How can we expect to end unemployment without financial support and without helping unemployed men and women start their own businesses?
Spokesman for the Arab coalition forces Brig. Gen. Ahmed Asiri has said that operations in Yemen will continue for the time being given that they have not received any formal Houthi promises on a ceasefire agreement.
MANY Saudi tourists when traveling abroad often face a barrage of unrealistic questions and encounter strange opinions.
In all three monotheistic religions: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, Prophet Ibrahim is considered a great prophet, a leader of mankind, the father of prophets and messengers, and the Friend of God. Belief in Prophet Ibrahim is universal across the three major faiths.
SINCE first being diagnosed with breast cancer in 2006, Dr. Samia Al-Amoudi has spoken openly about the illness, which was considered taboo in Saudi society. Al-Amoudi has inspired many people by sharing her personal experience.
FAKIEH AQUARIUM, one of Jeddah’s premiere cultural and tourism institutions located on the city’s beautifully renovated North Corniche, continues to grow and fascinate.
Famous soccer player, Emmanuel Adebayor, posted a video on you-tube which went viral, of his conversion to Islam.
PATIENTS may be more likely to harm themselves or attempt suicide after weight-loss surgery, a Canadian study suggests.
OVER four decades after the 1973 war that saw Egyptian forces seize of the Sinai Peninsula from occupying Israeli forces in a shock offensive. One of the tales of the war known by some Egyptians is the existence of a “secret code” used by the Egyptian army that Israeli intelligence was unable to crack.
WITH the days of unlimited data becoming a thing of the past.
THE era of the ‘Always-On’ business has emerged, thanks to a rise in improved connectivity and devices that allow easy and affordable access to the Internet.
FROM nighttime walks around the city to workshops on art conservation.
Academics, linguists, teachers and researchers in Saudi Arabia have started taking initiatives in exploring the possibilities of teaching a foreign language (English) without foreign elements that may indirectly teach foreign (Western) cultures.
A Saudi teenager was arrested on Thursday for fatally stabbing another after a quarrel between them, Col. Dr. Ati Atiyah Al-Qurashi, spokesman of Makkah Police, said.
Melbourne also has a large and growing Muslim community.
The Passport Department has announced that the issuance of Muqeem cards for expatriate workers will start from Oct. 14.
THE deadly violence occupied Jerusalem has witnessed in the past days.
Hamas's chief in Gaza on Friday called violence that has hit the occupied West Bank and annexed east Jerusalem in recent days an "intifada" and urged further unrest.
A one-year-old boy has died after a boat carrying migrants to the Greek island of Lesbos from Turkey began sinking
Sirin, 7, learns how to write in first grade at a makeshift school.
The Saudi-led coalition fighting Iran-backed rebels in Yemen denied on Thursday that its warplanes bombed a wedding for the second time in days, dismissing the report as rebel propaganda.
A Tunisian lawmaker from the ruling Nidaa Tounes party escaped an assassination attempt when a gunman opened fire on his car from a passing vehicle, a security source said on Thursday.
An Iranian Revolutionary Guards general has been killed near Aleppo, where he was advising the Syrian army on their battle against Daesh (the so-called IS) fighters, the guards said in a statement
Education can be defined as being able to draw out that which is within us and sometimes to bring meaning out.
Employers will only be able to report runaway (huroob) workers to the Passport Department electronically as of next year.
The Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs will allow women candidates in municipal elections to use social media platforms.
The Taipei Economic and Cultural Office (TECRO) in Jeddah celebrated its country’s National Day, also referred to as
A state prosecutor has banned Turkey's largest pay-TV platform from broadcasting channels close to an arch-enemy of President Tayyip Erdogan, heightening concern about press freedom weeks ahead of
PATCHES of tropical rainforest in the southern Philippines harbor some of the world's rarest birds, but nature lovers
Belarussian writer Svetlana Alexievich won the 2015 Nobel Literature Prize on Thursday, honored for her work chronicling the horrors of war and life under the repressive Soviet regime.
Rwanda’s Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that President Paul Kagame could run for a third seven-year term, rejecting an attempt by the main opposition party to block changes to the country’s
Lawmakers from Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s party tried to assault an opposition member in a state parliament Thursday over eating beef, as debate rages in India over intolerance of religious
Struggling with a fuel shortage after Indian shipments stopped, Nepal is asking suppliers to bring gasoline and kerosene by airplane before the Himalayan country begins celebrating its biggest
Militants have killed one of Indian Kashmir’s most senior police officers, credited with hundreds of successful anti-insurgency operations in the restive region, police said Thursday.
Scientists Thursday warned the world faced mass global coral bleaching next year driven by the warming effects of the El Nino weather phenomenon, and it could be the worst on record.
Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudia) will add four new destinations to its international network during 2016.
Sepp Blatter and UEFA President Michel Platini, the man who had been favored to take over as FIFA leader, were both
Saudi Arabia rallied from a goal down to beat the United Arab Emirates 2-1 in Jeddah.
Jordan scored twice in the second half to upset continental champion Australia 2-0.
Juergen Klopp arrived in Liverpool Thursday to take over.
Filipino boxing legend Manny Pacquiao is in negotiations with Floyd Mayweather and Amir Khan for what would probably
UEFA defied FIFA's suspension of Michel Platini Thursday when it said he would not be replaced as head of European
The third and final Twenty20 international between India and South Africa was abandoned without a ball being bowled
Lionel Messi and his father Jorge have been ordered to appear in court on charges of defrauding the Spanish tax
ZAIN KSA brand was chosen for the second time in the list of top 100 brands in the Kingdom.
Up to 200,000 households with people in work in Britain will be pushed into poverty by the government’s latest welfare reforms.
Car-hailing company Uber said Thursday it is planning to expand into dozens more Chinese cities within a year and invest $1 billion as it looks to ramp up market share in the world’s most populous
Volkswagen’s top US executive knew the carmaker might be breaking US emissions rules as long as 18 months before it admitted cheating diesel tests to regulators.
Germany’s biggest lender Deutsche Bank braced its employees for bonus cuts after it announced its biggest quarterly loss in about a decade and warned that even dividends could be scrapped.