The governments of Saudi Arabia, the US, the UK, France, Germany, Qatar and Turkey have demanded Russia to halt its attacks on the Syrian opposition and civilians.
Many critically injured pilgrims and dead bodies from the Mina stampede incident are yet to be identified.
The Shoura Council is studying amendments to the regulation for combating cyber crimes.
A total of 283,184 pilgrims have left the Kingdom through King Abdulaziz International Airport so far.
Israel took the rare and drastic step of barring Palestinians from occupied Jerusalem’s Old City on Sunday.
The ruler of Dubai is launching a new foundation to consolidate a range of charitable and human development initiatives that aims to support more than $270 million in projects annually.
The ministries of health and transport have refused to heed requests by the High Commission for the Development of Riyadh to delay their office hours by 90 minutes by starting work at 8.30 a.m. instead of 7.00 a.m.
The European Union and Turkey have agreed in principle to a plan of action to help ease the flow of migrants into the bloc, a German newspaper reported Sunday.
The opening of Abu Dhabi’s branch of the iconic Louvre museum has been postponed until next year.
President Barack Obama has promised a full investigation into an apparent US airstrike on an Afghan hospital that killed 19 people, a bombing which the UN said could amount to a war crime.
An Australian mosque reportedly visited by a 15-year-old boy before he shot dead a civilian police employee in an “act of terrorism” has been raided, police said on Sunday.
The moment they saw the city water tanker stop in their neighborhood, Mohammed and Nayla rushed toward it.
The UAE’s Ministry of Energy (MOENR) has officially launched the 8th Exhibition of Electrical Industries in the Arab World (EEIAW).
DUBAI Silicon Oasis Authority, the regulatory body for Dubai Silicon Oasis, in collaboration with DCAA announced the introduction of the smart security surveillance program.
Seventeen workers have lodged a complaint against their former employer, who has failed to pay them from 6 to 11 months salaries.
A large number of expatriates including illegals reside in Aziziya, which is one of the most populated residential districts in Jeddah surrounded by important streets like Tahlia, Palestine, Sitteen and Sabaeen.
We must investigate and research the reasons that sabotaged family and tribal kinships transforming individuals into criminals.
Mothers continue to fight for their children’s education running from one educational office to the other in search of a way to get them enrolled.
Hola, a photography exhibition now on in Al-Balad District, has caught the attention of Jeddah’s residents and artists since it opened last week.
Alwaleed Philanthropies (AP), chaired by Prince Alwaleed, donated electric generators to Alriyadh village in Al Hassah region, Al-Habbel village in Najran region, and Albahah- Al-Hasat in Al-Riyadh
A welfare society in Makkah has unveiled the pre-requisites and qualifications required from men and women wishing to become washers of dead bodies according to the Islamic Shariah.
Pilgrims, perched precariously on a mini truck, are on their way to Jeddah Islamic seaport.
Police arrested three men for assaulting a man and stealing his money.
The Civil Defense extinguished a fire set in a room in Al-Naqahah Mental Hospital on Saturday.
Ten years after Algeria’s reconciliation deal ending a decade-long civil war that cost tens of thousands of lives, victims are still clamoring for justice.
A panel of Iranian lawmakers said Sunday that the inspections regime underpinning the country’s nuclear deal with world powers represented a security threat.
A Jordanian parliament member said he learned from the Daesh-linked media that his son carried out a suicide attack in Iraq, three months after dropping out of medical school and joining the
Egyptian President Abdul Fattah El-Sisi shake hands with the widow of former Egyptian president Anwar Sadat during a
Turkish warplanes struck Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) targets in northern Iraq and eastern Turkey overnight, in a new air operation against the Kurdish militant group.
Tunisia’s prime minister said that his country is joining the US-led military coalition fighting the Daesh group in Syria and Iraq mainly to “exchange information.”
Iran’s state TV says the trial has begun for a well-known tycoon charged with corruption, fraud and money laundering.
At least 16 people were killed in violent storms and flooding that struck the chic French Riviera overnight.
Six candidates are vying to become head of the UN’s top authority on climate change science this week.
For the second time in a week, Bangladesh’s government rejected a claim by Daesh that it was responsible for gunning
Hopes faded of finding any remaining survivors of a massive landslide in Guatemala that killed at least 73 people.
Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton dropped in at the late night comedy show “Saturday Night Live” on Saturday.
Portuguese voters cast ballots on Sunday to give their verdict on four years of austerity.
Investigators on Saturday pieced together clues as why a student at a college in Oregon went on a shooting rampage
This is in response to the article “Why do many Saudis marry their maids?” in Saudi Gazette (Oct. 3). What an article that dresses housemaids as second-class ladies!
First and foremost the cause of this issue is the getting of maids. If wives could manage their homes and kids, there will be no need for maids.
First of all why is there a non-mahram in the house? In the first place, that is the root cause, and I believe, secondly, the relationship between husband and wife must be stronger than what is
Indeed Saudi women are to blame for this situation. Why at all they need maids to work at their homes.
This is in response to the article “The Kingdom’s greatest exports,” in Saudi Gazette (Oct. 3). There already are restrictions on the money being transferred.
I commend the writer for we all know that there is a big problem of money laundering with most transfers outside the Kingdom done illegally and through couriers.
Brendan Rodgers was fired as Liverpool manager after a 1-1 draw at Everton Sunday and Alexis Sanchez's stunning double
Ireland came through its first meaningful Rugby World Cup test.
While Chris Ivory and Ryan Fitzpatrick were racking up the yards.
Golden Horn and Frankie Dettori punctured Treve's historic attempt to post a third straight victory.
Talented Danish youngster Thorbjorn Olesen kept his nerve down the stretch to win the Alfred Dunhill Links
Top seed David Ferrer clinched his 25th title Sunday after beating fellow Spaniard Feliciano Lopez 7-5, 7-5 to win the
US Open champion Flavia Pennetta struggled in her first match since winning her maiden Grand Slam.
Novak Djokovic said Sunday he had no regrets about missing a calendar-year Grand Slam in what he described as his best
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s (KSA) agriculture sector is witnessing tremendous growth and development over the past few years, recent reports revealed.
The credit ratings outlook for the Arab Petroleum Investments Corporation (Apicorp) remains “stable”, the new
The Ministry of Finance of the Sultanate of Oman has announced that the Sultanate’s debut sovereign sukuk will open
2016 will be a crossroads for Islamic finance, according to Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services (S&P).
Short-term Qatari money rates fell back on Sunday after the central bank governor signaled monetary conditions would not tighten and said Qatar would not follow the United States in hiking interest
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) will invest $35 billion to diversify energy sources and reduce dependence on imports of natural gas, state news agency WAM reported.
A new list of the best Asian films of all time was published this week, as the region’s increasingly vibrant cinema
Forget the celebrity guests; it’s all about the models at this season’s Paris Fashion Week.
Jian Ghomeshi pleaded not guilty to four counts of sexual assault.
A model of the “Star Wars” blockade runner spaceship has sold for a record $450,000 - almost double estimates.
Action star Arnold Schwarzenegger has been honoured with the Zurich Film Festival’s top “Golden Icon” award for his