The Saudi-led allied forces would welcome all relief work being carried out by countries or humanitarian organizations in Yemen, according to Brig. Gen. Ahmad Al-Asiri.
The United States supports Arab plans to create a unified military force to counter growing security threats in the Middle East, and the Pentagon will cooperate with it where US and Arab interests coincide.
Yemeni expatriates in Saudi Arabia have expressed total support for Operation 'Decisive Storm' launched by the Kingdom and its Arab allies to restore constitutional legitimacy to Yemen and protect its people against the Iranian-backed Houthi rebels.
Preserving the security and stability of the country is a great trust (Amanah) and responsibility to be shouldered by all the people in the country, Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman said here on Tuesday.
Iranian-backed Houthi militias and forces allied to former Yemeni president Ali Abdullah Saleh are ruining Yemen, said Foreign Minister Prince Saud Al-Faisal on Tuesday.
Prince Muhammad Bin Salman, minister of defense, chief of Royal Court and special adviser to Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, holds talks with Pakistani delegation.
Security situation in all the areas along the southern border region with Yemen is stable and residents are leading their daily lives normally and carrying out business as usual, a spokesman of the Border Guards said.
Kuwait and the European Union announced Tuesday around 1.6 billion euros ($1.7 billion) to help alleviate war-torn Syria’s humanitarian crisis, which Kuwait’s emir called the worst in “modern history.”
Despondent over the slow pace of post-war reconstruction, displaced Gazans have begun to return to their damaged homes.
Myanmar’s president Tuesday signed a draft national cease-fire with armed rebel groups that the UN hailed as a “historic and significant achievement” as the country tries to end decades of civil war.
Emergency workers in Indian Kashmir have recovered 15 bodies including that of a three-week-old baby.
The opposition All Progressives Congress (APC) declared victory for its candidate.
Regulatory proposals for a liquidity coverage ratio for Islamic financial institutions could help address some of the industry's long-standing weaknesses, particularly the lack of high quality liquid assets (HQLA), Standard & Poor's Ratings Services said Tuesday in a report “Basel III Requirements Could Strengthen Islamic Banks' Liquidity Management”.
The Kingdom is fighting the Houthis to free Yemen from their grip and liberate the will, sovereignty and independence of the Yemeni people.
There is hardly one percent support for Daesh (the so-called IS) in the Kingdom, a recent study has revealed.
The Ministry of Health reported 10 new Middle East Respiratory Syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) cases from March 22 to 28.
With the rise in the number of businesswomen, Jeddah Municipality’s female section opened its online portal for licensing and inquiries.
With regard to the article "When will we reclaim Islam’s spirit of justice and respect for women?" (Mar. 28), women in Saudi society have never been treated badly by law.
With regard to the post "'In no Arab land do women have dignity'", it is Islam that gave women rights. Women in the West are like a commercial item.
With regard to the post "Driver's license exams must be upgraded" (Mar. 29), driving schools and driving instructors contribute only a small part to how arrogant and reckless drivers behave on the
With regard to the article "The issue is not just changing logos" (Mar. 29), Islam is easily acceptable by all because it appeals to the highest intellect of humans and benefits the entire community.
As confirmed by weather reports, a sandstorm hit Riyadh on Tuesday and Wednesday and authorities advise drivers to be careful as their vision is obscured.
Minister of Agriculture Abdul Rahman Bin Abdul Mohsen Al-Fadhli signed in Riyadh on Tuesday three contracts worth more
Minister of Education Azzam Al-Dakhil has extended the duration for private and international schools to apply for tuition fees increase by two weeks.
Consul General Pakistan Aftab Khokher and his wife hosted dinner on the occasion of Pakistan National Day Dinner on
The municipality of the holy city has shut down 19 restaurants and warned two foodstuff stores of closure for
Pakistan Ambassador Manzoor Ul Haq was proud with the achievements of Pakistani students at the Pakistani Board and
Turkey has arrested nine British nationals on the Syrian border as they sought to cross illegally into Syria from Turkey, the army said on Thursday.
Police detained a gunman who entered an office of Turkey's ruling AK Party in an Istanbul suburb on Wednesday, the private Dogan news agency said, a day after a prosecutor in the city was shot dead
A US-led programme to train Syrian rebels to fight the Daesh.
In Syria's northwestern province of Latakia, workers roll the country's first locally made cigars.
A massive power cut caused chaos Tuesday across Turkey, shutting down the metro networks in Istanbul and the capital
Israeli high school seniors have more on their minds than prom and final exams.
A Filipino was killed and eight people were wounded when a rocket hit the western Libyan town of Zawiya, a Libyan
A Spanish court on Wednesday remanded in custody a Moroccan woman suspected of trying to send her twin 16-year-old sons to Syria to become miltants, a year after her other son was killed there.
Faced with dwindling business, Indian beef traders called off a month-long strike against a beef ban on Wednesday and
Over 100 British company bosses publicly backed Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservative-led government on Wednesday and warned a change of course for Britain's $2.8 trilliom economy under a
Pakistan on Tuesday hanged four prisoners condemned for murder.
Bangladesh police on Tuesday filed criminal cases against two students.
The Philippine military on Tuesday ended a five-week all-out offensive against a small but violent splinter group of
Former Brazilian President Fernando Henrique Cardoso will form part of a team defending two jailed opposition leaders
World No. 1 Novak Djokovic moved closer to a possible fourth Miami Open trophy Monday by defeating Belgium’s Steve
European clubs will get a greater say in UEFA’s decision-making as well as extra cash from European tournaments.
Long-serving New Zealand cricketer Vettori called time on his international career.
Nasser Al-Attiyah strengthened his grip on the Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge powered by Nissan.
Using their vaunted dizzying running game to the hilt in the final quarter, the top-seeded Rain or Shine Elasto
Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton is ready to sign a new contract that, according to media reports, could net
Leg-spinner Fawad Ahmed, batsman Adam Voges and wicketkeeper Peter Nevill were all called up by Australia Tuesday for
Goal-hungry Japan floored Uzbekistan 5-1 with an explosive performance in a friendly Tuesday.
The third edition of GITEX Shopper Spring kicks off today (April 1) at Dubai World Trade Centre.
OPEC oil supply has jumped in March to its highest since October as Iraq’s exports rebounded after bad weather and Saudi Arabia pumped at close to record rates, a Reuters survey found.
The mayor of the Eastern Province Eng. Fahad bin Mohammed Al-Jubeir has praised the growth of the Construction
Online TV entertainment in Saudi Arabia moves to the next level with an unprecedented campaign by GO, an online TV
Swicorp, a leading asset management, private equity and investment banking firm with a specific regional focus on the
Saudi Arabia’s bourse fell further on Tuesday in line with oil prices, while most other Gulf markets rose, reversing a pattern seen in the last few weeks when the Kingdom outperformed the region.
The world's oldest person, Misao Okawa, died in Japan on Wednesday, a month after celebrating her 117th birthday.
Wearing gas masks and designer dresses, models paraded down a catwalk against a backdrop of polluted, rubbish-strewn
Two newly-wed brothers in Pakistan could be facing long prison sentences after police arrested them on terrorism charges for letting off firecrackers during their joint wedding ceremony.
A hapless armed robber in his 60s broke his leg while holding up a convenience store in Japan.
The sobbing of a chef as he chops onions in the kitchen could be a thing of the past thanks to one Japanese company, which says it has produced a tear-free vegetable.