BOEING has signed an agreement with Saudia Aerospace Engineering Industries (SAEI) and Alsalam Aircraft Company to create the Saudi Rotorcraft Support Center in the Kingdom.
We do not have cafés strictly for women in our cities. I suggest that the Ministry of Labor grant licenses to women who want to start such businesses and allow them to employ female expatriate workers to do menial jobs like cleaning.
One popular traditional Saudi story that is often repeated to teach wisdom is the one about the grandmother who advises her granddaughter who is about to get married to wear a necklace made of animal manure.
AS the new academic year begins, over 300 students from Saudi Arabia will gather in Washington D.C. this week to discuss issues facing students from the Kingdom studying in the United States.
WHILE exercise trends and dieting fads are popping up in the media, obesity rates in the Kingdom are still alarmingly high.
TEENAGERS’ obsession with celebrities all over the world is no secret and the Kingdom is no exception. Many youngsters have become so obsessed that they look up and try to imitate their favorite stars by dressing up, getting the same haircut and keeping up with their lives.
Egyptian President Abdel Fatah El-Sisi and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin have been spotted wearing almost identical outfits at different occasions.
TOURISTS perch perilously on a volcano's edge as swirling smoke belches from the fiery cauldron of lava below.
SABIC organized its annual “Back to School” program for the academic year 2015-2016, coinciding with the new school year, in association with the Ministry of Social Affairs and in cooperation with the SABIC Employees Charity Fund (BERR).A ceremony to mark the successful conclusion of the program was held at the Al-Khozama Hall in Riyadh in the presence of Dr. Abdullah Bin Nasser Al-Sadhan, deputy minister, the Ministry of Social Affairs, Mohammed A. Al-Morshid, director general, directorate of education, Riyadh, Dr. Talaat Al-Dhafer, SABIC vice president.
VIRGIN Megastore has opened the biggest Apple Shop in Saudi Arabia at their Red Sea Mall store in Jeddah on Monday Aug. 24.
With regard to the article “Manpower hiring by individuals now only a click away” (Aug. 26), if Saudis were able to change their attitude and take responsibility for their household by themselves,
I am writing with regard to the article “A barrier that needs to be removed” (Aug. 26) which calls for allowing women to drive in Saudi Arabia.
I am writing with regard to the article “Male domination and women’s ‘defeatist’ attitude in civic polls” (Aug. 26).
Proof is always to one’s benefit, especially in a society that tends not to believe the words of a woman without it.
Sorry, but the brave survivors of this heat are our “health engineers “ who are battling the heat because their capitalist companies keep on violating the rules.
These wives who divorce by khula must have been very desperate to end their marriages on condition that they give up their dowry and/or alimony especially for those women who are not from rich
Saudi students abroad are not suffering. There are many different systems put in place by the government to help them at every step.
Saudi Arabia is a very rich oil producing country; why would it not invest in its schools, in its children, in the installation of air-conditioning units in classrooms and in the safe transportation
The reason for most of these accidents is that many of the drivers of the cars transporting female teachers or students are mostly young men or even teenage boys.
The steps the government is taking to enforce stricter private sector and investment laws should be praised. For example, the laws on issuing bad checks have been made more stringent so that anyone
Hospitals in Riyadh region have embarked on an intensive awareness campaign against the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS-CoV) in line with the directives of Prince Faisal Bin
Maj. Gen. Daifallah Al-Huwaifi, deputy director general of passports, said a total of 507,788 expatriates were deported for labor and residency law violations since the start of the current Hijri
The Ministry of Health has designated King Abdullah Medical Complex in North Obhur to handle possible cases of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS-CoV) during the current Haj season.
A Saudi Arabian pavilion named “the Cradle of Islam” was launched on Wednesday at the Islamic museum in the Australian city of Melbourne.
FOR the third time since becoming president of Egypt, Abdel Fattah El-Sisi is in Russia amid another round of official propaganda about the significance of the fast-growing strategic alliance.
An interim power-sharing government announced in Turkey on Friday sees the departure of high-profile figures including Deputy Prime Minister Ali Babacan, senior officials said, but there is little
An Egyptian court sentenced to death 12 members of Daesh group (the so-called IS) Thursday for planning attacks against police and soldiers in the country, a judicial official said.
A Yemeni man shops for fish at a market in Aden's suburban Sheikh Othman neighborhood.
The Yemeni army has recruited 4,800 southern fighters following a presidential decision to integrate loyalist militiamen who helped push Iran-backed rebels out of second city Aden, a military
A top official says the parliament of the Palestine Liberation Organization will meet in the West Bank next month to elect a new leadership.
After escaping a devastating war, frustrated Syrian refugees in aid-starved neighboring states say they must now choose between an exodus to Europe or “returning home to die”.
Myanmar President Thein Sein had tried and failed at least twice before to topple his arch-rival Shwe Mann, but when
Young hopefuls in race to be first black African in spaceN half a century of space travel more than 500 people have
Police arrested three people in Hungary overnight in connection with the deaths of 71 migrants found in a refrigerated truck.
Thai police on Friday said three Uighur Muslims, among dozens detained in the kingdom for illegal entry last year, have been questioned over the deadly Bangkok bombing.
Cross-border firing between India and Pakistan killed at least nine people on Friday, the day India marked the 50th anniversary of a war between the two South Asian nations.
Police in Bangladesh have arrested two more suspected members of a banned militant group thought to be behind the slaying of a secular blogger in the fourth such deadly attack this year.
Australian Paul Royle, one of the only two remaining survivors from World War II’s daring “Great Escape” prison break, has died aged 101 in a Perth hospital, his son said Friday.
Dutch sprinter Dafne Schippers smashed a European record which has stood since the 1970s as she won world 200m gold
Marcos Reus scored a hat trick as Borussia Dortmund cruised into the Europa League group stage Thursday.
UEFA president Michel Platini remained tightlipped on the FIFA presidency campaign in his first public address Friday
England batsman Ian Bell is retiring from One-Day Internationals to concentrate on prolonging his Test career, the
Dutch rider Bert Jan Lindeman won Friday's seventh stage of Spain's Vuelta at La Alpujarra summit during a first stage
The cameraman who sent Usain Bolt flying at the World Athletics Championships presented him with a red bracelet Friday
Second-seeded Kevin Anderson of South Africa beat eighth-seeded Borna Coric of Croatia 6-2, 7-6 (1) on Thursday night
India lost two quick wickets to reach 50-2 before rain washed out the rest of the opening day of the third and final
AN exclusive new report published by Tophotelprojects for The Hotel Show Dubai 2015 revealed that hotel construction
FOUR private banks with friendly ties with the Kremlin are emerging as big winners from Russia’s economic crisis.
The Pentagon is teaming up with Apple, Boeing, Harvard and others to develop high-tech sensory gear flexible enough to be worn by people or molded onto the outside of a jet.
Crude extended gains in Asia Friday following a 10 percent price surge in the previous session fueled by strong US economic data.
A long-delayed international airport project in Myanmar has been postponed again, by four years this time, because of a delay in securing funds, state media and an official source said on Friday.
Popular Japanese messaging app Line said Friday it was still considering plans for an initial public offering, after a report said it had shelved the sale for a second year in a row.