Saudi Gazette report
JEDDAH – An investigative team of infectious disease experts who traveled to the Kingdom during an outbreak of the Middle East Respiratory
US President Barack Obama used a speech in Berlin on Wednesday to call on Russia to revive the push for a world
The Afghan government on Wednesday lashed out at US efforts.
Indian Consul General Faiz Ahmed Kidwai said the streamlined operation to help Indian expatriates seeking to leave the Kingdom before the end of the grace period on July 3 is functioning smoothly.
Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Nizar Bin Obaid Madani has said Saudi Arabia is keen to expand relations with
ALL countries of the world give special attention to their antiquities and heritage, which reflect their history throughout the ages.
THE Ministry of Labor keeps on stressing that it will intensify its inspection campaign against foreigners violating labor regulations after the end of the grace period.
The United Arab Emirates said Wednesday it would put on trial 30 Emiratis and Egyptians accused of setting up an illegal branch of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood, part of a crackdown on the Islamist
Time is running out for the Middle East peace process, which must move forward or face total failure, former British prime minister Tony Blair said Wednesday.
A top Kurdish militant commander Wednesday warned a fragile peace process had been jeopardized by increased military activity and a lack of concrete steps by the government, including the continued
Under the watchful eye of stern-faced American advisers, hundreds of US-trained Jordanian commandos fanned across this
Following the General National Congress’s demand that Prime Minister Ali Zidan set out plans to dissolve all brigades throughout the country, the task has fallen to the Interior Ministry.
The General National Congress (GNC) has set June 25 as the date for the election of its new head.
The prison in Tripoli’s Mitiga airbase under the control of Supreme Security Committee (SSC) is be handed over to the military police as a military prison.
Militants carried out a deadly assault on the main UN compound in the Somali capital.
Pakistani politician Imran Khan on Wednesday urged the government and military leaders to build a strategy.
A sinewy man covered in thick soot stands in a grey cloud of smoke, watching over a slow-burning pile of wood that
A court in Myanmar has found two Muslim women guilty of sparking a recent outbreak of sectarian violence, one of them by bumping into a Buddhist novice monk.
AS elder trees add to the beauty of Romania’s landscapes, their white flowers help its rural economy grow when they
Around 400,000 Nepalese reside in the Kingdom, of which 70,000 are illegal residents, according to a local daily.
The Riyadh Shopping and Entertainment Festival has begun offering free sightseeing tours to neighboring towns as part of a drive to educate the general public on Saudi heritage and large
A Saudi father discovered that his daughter was alive and kicking 50 years after he was made to believe that she died immediately after birth, Al-Watan newspaper reported on Wednesday.
It is hard to believe that the writer of the letter “No need to extend the grace period” (June 18) is serious.
With regard to the report “Khaled orders quick action on Jeddah sewage problem” (June 19), one of the most shameful aspects of Jeddah is the overflowing sewage and the amount of rats in the streets
With regard to the article “The amnesty must be extended” (June 19), I feel that the authorities are not really aware of the difficulty that expatriates are facing in rectifying their residential
The article “No passports for Indonesians?” (June 19) points out that some Indonesians have been issued travel documents rather than passports by their consulate and as a result have not been able
J.J. Hardy and Adam Jones homered off Justin Verlander, and Manny Machado added a double and two sparkling plays at
Zack Wheeler lived up the hype in his major league debut, pitching six scoreless innings to lead the New York Mets to
Jamaican sprint star Veronica Campbell-Brown, embroiled in a doping scandal that rocked her homeland, issued an apology Tuesday but also said she was shocked to have tested positive.
The Miami Heat forced an already absorbing NBA Finals to a deciding Game Seven after a thrilling 103-100 overtime
Sprint hierarchy could be established this week as the United States and Jamaica hold their trials for the athletics
Al Kazeem easily beat Camelot Wednesday in the Prince of Wales’ Stakes, the feature race on day two of the Royal Ascot
Host England sauntered into the Champions Trophy final after South Africa ‘choked’ in yet another semifinal when it
Sri Lanka’s Mahela Jayawardene is under no illusions about the scale of the task confronting his side when it faces
The re-rating of valuation of Saudi banks is now closer, given expectations of increases in the global interest rates, NCB Capital, the GCC’s leading wealth manager and the Kingdom’s largest asset
Saudi Arabia’s stock benchmark Tadawul All Share Index ended flat on Wednesday, losing 0.03 percent at 7,526.26 points.
The credit portfolio of Saudi banks continues to be largely comprised of the commerce sector which holds 20.4 percent of banks’ total financing at SR212.5 billion, the National Commercial Bank (NCB)
Saudi Arabia’s new shipping regulations which apply to activities of transport of goods by sea through a transport contractor, between the ports of the Kingdom or between the Kingdom and any other
Oil prices diverged on Wednesday as investors digested news of a surprise jump in US crude stockpiles, while the market awaited clues on when the Federal Reserve may begin scaling back its massive
The 4th Saudi Pain Forum held recently in Jeddah and attended by more than 300 local and international experts,
Pitch-perfect teen country singer Danielle Bradbery won TV singing contest “The Voice” on Tuesday, scoring a contract
Online rumors are abuzz of Egyptian actress Abeer Sabri passing away due to critical illness.
After the demise of her father last week, Priyanka Chopra is back to work.
The concert of Ogie Alcasid and Regine Velasquez in Dubai will not push through as planned.
Egyptian actress Yousra is in Beirut to film outdoor scenes of her new television drama “Nikadib Law Qulna Ma Nihibish