Saudi King Abdullah said Friday that world silence over Israeli "war crimes" in the Gaza Strip was "inexcusable," in a speech published by the official SPA news agency.
A three-day Gaza truce collapsed only hours after it began Friday as Israel pounded Palestinian militants in apparent response to renewed rocket fire, jeopardising international efforts for a durable ceasefire.
A draft study prepared by the Ministry of Justice has recommended that divorcees in the Kingdom should receive SR1.7 per day or SR51 per month in alimony, Makkah daily reported.
Ignoring criticism from the United Nations and the United States over the mounting civilian death toll in Gaza, Israel said on Thursday it would not pull troops from the strip until it destroys a network of cross-border tunnels.
Festivities in the historic area of Balad during the Eid Al-Fitr holidays has revived traditions of past decades with Eid being marked with simplicity and gaiety, Al-Riyadh daily reported.
Combining knowledge, science and culture in an educating and entertaining exhibition, Saudi Aramco’s iThra Knowledge Program opened on Tuesday at the International Convention and Exhibition Center in Riyadh.
The Ministry of Interior has created a rapid intervention force comprising 50 squads to serve Umrah performers and travelers on highways linking Makkah with other Saudi cities.
In an unprecedented move, Jeddah Police’s operations room has been equipped with a massage chair to relieve pressure off emergency dispatchers.
Sources in the Ministry of Commerce and Industry have confirmed that nearly 6,000 kilograms of fireworks were confiscated during the past several days, Al-Eqtisadiah newspaper reported on Thursday.
England’s Alex Dowsett and Linda Villumsen of New Zealand both went one better to win gold medals in the men’s and
Moeen Ali spun England to victory as it ended a run of 10 Tests without a win by beating India by 266 runs in the
Japan’s Kei Nishikori won his opening match on the pre-US Open hard-court circuit, beating Sam Querrey of the United
Top-ranked Serena Williams won in her first match since defaulting in a doubles match with sister Venus at Wimbledon,
Barcelona striker Neymar says he is almost back to full fitness after his serious back injury suffered at the World Cup.
Liverpool rallied twice against Manchester City and triumphed 3-2 in a penalty shoot-out Wednesday after their
Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard has revealed he told former teammate Luis Suarez he was “too good” to join Arsenal when the north London club came calling for him last year.
Matt Kemp singled in the winning run in the bottom of the 10th inning and Zack Greinke struck out a season-high 13
Middle East funds are heavily bullish toward Saudi Arabian stocks after news the market will open to direct foreign investment, while they are bearish on the UAE because of concern about high
The Middle East/North Africa ( region is fastest growing wellness tourism market in world, at 16 percent annually,
Cyber attacks continue to grow rapidly in the Middle East, a new research “Middle East Cyber Security Market by
Exxon Mobil Corp. net income rose 28 percent in the second quarter on a sale of Asian assets and higher oil prices, but oil and gas production slipped 6 percent, disappointing analysts.
The inflation rate in the 18-nation eurozone dropped again in July, official data showed Thursday, likely adding pressure on the European Central Bank to beef up its efforts to spur the economy.
Strong performances in the UAE, Bahrain and Saudi Arabia for Marriott International helped to offset lower results from its hotels in Egypt in the second quarter of the year.
If someone were to create an award for “mother of the year” in the animal kingdom, a remarkably dedicated eight-limbed
Electronic eavesdropping is the National Security Agency’s forte, but it seems it also has a special interest in children’s car seats, Foreign Policy magazine reported Wednesday.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro says a “little bird” has appeared to him once again to assure him that his late predecessor, Hugo Chavez, is “happy and full of love.”
A teenager who climbed to the top of the 1 World Trade Center tower in New York has pleaded guilty in an escapade that increased concerns about security at the nation’s tallest building.
The lead in human teeth holds clues about where a person grew up and can help criminal investigators and archeologists working with old or decomposed corpses, according to a University of Florida