Two people were killed and two others injured when a gunman fired at them during a failed attempt to rob a local bank in Jazan, Tuesday.
A Saudi hacker group, Cyber of Emotion, has exposed several Daesh (the so-called IS) online users and revealed their identities.
The Investigation and Public Prosecution Authority is reviewing Civil Defense reports on the Grand Mosque crane crash that killed 111 people and injured 238 others.
Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman receives Mauritanian President Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz at Al-Salam Palace in Jeddah, Tuesday.
The Saudi authorities have assured a visiting Indian minister that all the remaining dead bodies will be identified as soon as possible.
Two schools were hit with missiles launched from Yemen on Monday morning.
Takaaki Kajita of Japan and Arthur McDonald of Canada won the Nobel Prize in physics on Tuesday for discovering that tiny particles called neutrinos.
Minister of Transport and Chairman of the Board of Saudi Railways Organization (SRO) Abdullah Al-Muqbil makes an inspection tour of various facilities of Haramain High Speed Rail Project in Jeddah.
Rockets slammed into Yemen’s port city of Aden on Tuesday, striking a hotel that is home to officials from the government and two compounds used by coalition troops, killing at least 15 people.
The local committee for the upcoming third municipal elections here has dropped out a total of 6,922 men and women voters for various errors or incomplete data.
Turkey has warned the European Union that 3 million more refugees could flee.
The Israeli military on Tuesday demolished homes of two Palestinians in east Jerusalem, the army’s first concrete steps following a late night Cabinet meeting in which Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu promised a “strong hand” to quell recent deadly attacks.
German media on Tuesday demanded police protection.
The Haj Campaigns Disciplinary Committee announced it will apply the tashheer penalty — naming and shaming the institute or individual in the public domain for certain violations.
Traffic moves at a snail’s pace on Madina Road in Jeddah, Monday.
Manny Pacquiao has announced he will take up a new challenge.
This is in response to the article “Restraining abusive sponsors,” in Saudi Gazette (Oct. 5). The writer Mahmoud Ahmad writes, "More effort is needed by missions...to educate workers about
My thanks to Saudi Gazette and the author for taking up this issue. Any reform aimed at improving the condition of labor workers is a welcome move.
Well written article applauding the reform of labor law in the UAE and hoping that the Ministry of Labor in Saudi Arabia will do the same and cancel the ‘Kafeel’ system as it is the only way to stop
I think the article is voice of many people having troubles because of wrong use of powers of sponsors.
Agreed, but, if I pay the recruitment expenses where is the guarantee I will get return of investment. I have had a maid and driver run away the day they arrived, I’m a good employer with good
It is just great. You have called a spade a spade. A fair law accepted to all and mutual respect among all the parties would create a pleasant and fruitful environment to work and enhance the
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu on Wednesday said his country would not make any concessions about the security of its borders, after Russian war planes twice violated its air space in the
There is really only one possible outcome to Egypt’s much-delayed parliamentary election.
At least 57 people were killed on Monday in car bomb attacks in Baghdad.
Hillary Rodham Clinton on Monday lashed out at the US special House committee investigating the deadly attacks in
Over 1,800 migrants were rescued Monday from six vessels found adrift in the Mediterranean, off the coast of Libya,
Libya's elected parliament voted on Monday to extend its mandate, due to expire on Oct. 20, in a move likely to complicate UN attempts to end a crisis between the country's two rival governments.
INVESTIGATIONS into the Mina stampede might reveal many errors: Poor monitoring of movement of certain groups of
DO you remember the Twit exchange between the Education Ministry and Saudi hacker Marjouj Hazazi.
Medecins Sans Frontieres (Doctors Without Borders) called on Wednesday for an independent international fact-finding
United States — South Carolina residents on Tuesday reeled under the effects of weekend flooding.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged German companies on Tuesday to do business.
Taliban fighters on motorbikes have carried out hit-and-run attacks on Afghan forces trying to clear Kunduz city of
India’s Supreme Court has given New Delhi three days to come up with a plan to clean up the air in a city ranked by
Deep in the thickly forested hills in its east, India last month started production at what it hopes will in five
Extra police and paramilitaries were deployed to the eastern Indian city of Varanasi on Tuesday after nearly 50 people were injured during riots in which a police post was torched and dozens of
Investors in Jeddah bakeries have complained about difficult conditions set by the Labor Ministry, saying it has forced 30 percent of small and medium bakers to leave the market during the past two
A flight heading to Dammam from Jeddah on Sunday was delayed after a wheelchair meant for elderly and disabled passengers collided into the side of the airplane.
Five students are facing trial for allegedly causing a fire in a girls’ school that led to the death and injury of many teachers and students four years ago.
Libya’s rival factions resumed talks in Morocco on Monday to try to move forward with a UN-brokered peace deal and agree on a national unity government.
Romania captain Mihai Macovei's two second-half tries led a remarkable comeback which climaxed in a 17-15 win over
Bernie Ecclestone says the motorsport series could be sold.
England’s Luke Joy fired a course-record 64 to join Gabriel Canizares.
South Korea’s Chung Mong-joon has said he is facing a 15-year suspension.
Pakistan’s new off-spinner Bilal Asif has been reported for a suspect action, team manager Intikhab Alam told AFP
Jurgen Klopp is staying tight-lipped about rumors linking him to the vacancy at Liverpool with the ex-Borussia
Novak Djokovic improved his perfect record at the China Open to 25-0 by beating Simone Bolelli of Italy 6-1, 6-1
Much has changed for Brazil’s national team since last year’s humiliating World Cup exit, but as the 2018 qualifying
Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal and Kingdom Holding Company (KHC), chaired by Prince Alwaleed, have increased their ownership in Twitter, Inc., in the past six weeks to a total of 34,948,975 shares,
Four and five star hotels in Dubai reported weakening performance levels in August, with revenue per available room (RevPAR) declining 10.1% to $147.45 for the month compared to the same period last
THERE are more Saudis than ever before and more of us live in cities than ever before. This is set to continue: Our
Through its Home of Innovation growth initiative, SABIC has announced strategic marketing relationships with 40
The 10th edition of Light Middle East, the region’s premier trade event for the lighting design and technology
Facebook and other Internet giants could be barred from sending European citizens' personal information to the US after the EU's top court on Tuesday struck down a key transAtlantic data deal in the
Decked out in dark suits and outlandish blond wigs, a clutch of Mexico’s most popular comedians lambasted Donald Trump
Predicting a Nobel literature prize winner can be harder than finding a needle in a haystack, with hundreds of
A New Zealand judge has rejected AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd’s bid to overturn a conviction.
US tech giants are turning to the news in their competition for mobile users.
A monkey that sneezes when it rains and a “walking” fish are among more than 200 species discovered in the