All the countries in our region are described as Third World countries not only because of their economic conditions but also because of the poor development of their human resources.
Judging people based on their race has become common in Saudi society.
A foreign woman has died after she contracted MERS in Riyadh, bringing the nationwide death toll to 73.
I love taking taxis and listening to the stories of cabdrivers.
Amina Al-Rustamani, a member of a prominent UAE family, raised eyebrows among friends and relatives when she started her career in Dubai 13 years ago as an electrical engineer.
Female participants in a women’s seminar held at Okaz Organization headquarters agreed on the importance of increasing awareness among women about their rights and their role in carrying out their duties within the sphere of Shariah.
The holy site of Muzdalifah now houses a portion of the Abbasid-Ottoman era portico of the Grand Mosque, waiting to be restored after completion of the ongoing expansion of the Mataf (circumambulation area) and the largest ever expansion of Islam’s holiest mosque by the end of 2015.
Life has never seemed so grim for the Mustafas, a family of seven cramped into a shabby two-room hovel in Gaza’s Jabalya refugee camp.
Very little of the activities of Ahmed al-Maliki, the son of Iraqi premier Nouri al-Maliki, ever comes to light.
Thousands of Muscovites and several top international architects have launched an unprecedented campaign to save an elegant steel tower that has loomed over Moscow’s skyline since 1922.
A simple new method could revolutionize battlefield medicine.
In 2013, ICT spending in Saudi Arabia grew by 12%. A market liberalization and shifting demographics led to mobile phone penetration rates reaching 170% (63% smartphones), and approximately 60% of the total population became Internet users.
Another attempt has been made to show the public the importance of preserving their city’s heritage. Photographer Mohamed Al-Khatib, better known as Emy Kat, has documented historical buildings and palaces of Jeddah’s Al-Balad (or Old Town) in a solo exhibition currently on display at Athr Gallery.
April is the month dedicated to appreciating healthcare workers worldwide.
Eight-time champion Rafael Nadal slumped to a shock Monte Carlo Masters quarterfinal defeat to compatriot and close
Rajasthan Royals kicked off its Indian Premier League 2014 campaign with a nervy four-wicket win over Sunrisers
Mercedes set the fastest practice times again at the Chinese Grand Prix Friday.
Lee Westwood surged four shots clear at the halfway stage of the European Tour’s Malaysian Open.
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With the advent of a knowledge economy developing in Saudi Arabia.
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