Turkey's prime minister says Syrian President Bashar Assad's regime is "hopefully nearing its end" and will pave the way for refugees to return home.
Peace between Israelis and Palestinians is "still possible", Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas said on Saturday, hailing US Secretary of State John Kerry's efforts to revive stalled talks.
Jordan's King Abdullah II says extremism has "grown fat" off of the longstanding conflict between Israel and the Palestinians.
Dozens of African leaders are meeting in the Ethiopian capital to mark 50 years since the founding of the African Union, a continentwide organization that helped liberate Africa from colonial masters.
Artists and activists handed out 10,000 bright pink balloons to residents in Afghanistan's war-weary capital on Saturday, bringing smiles to surprised Kabul residents a day after a major Taliban siege on an international compound in the city.
Authorities in Myanmar's western Rakhine state have introduced a two-child limit for Muslim Rohingya families in an effort to ease tensions with the Rohingya's Buddhist neighbors after a spate of deadly sectarian violence, an official said Saturday.
Philippine military officials say at least seven marines and four Abu Sayyaf militants have been killed in a clash amid an offensive against Al-Qaeda-linked gunmen accused of carrying out recent kidnappings in the country's south.
Some Saudi women have proven their capabilities in various jobs, including in production lines.
Saudi Energy 2013 — the 16th International Trade Exhibition for Electricity Power Generation, Alternative Energy, Water Technology, Lighting & HVAC — will open on Sunday (May 26) with over 200 local and foreign energy companies confirming their participation.
As a follow up to last month article “The National Kingdom Energy Strategy“, I would like this week to shed some lights on the categories that this strategy must have which include, but not limited to:
Hard work and street wisdom seem to be the key words that define Pakistan’s former speedster Wasim Akram best.
More than 3 million intermediate and high school students will start their end-of-the-year examinations all over the Kingdom Saturday.
An artist’s impression of the state-of-the art King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh, released by the General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA).
The home of English football will reverberate to the roar of German voices Saturday when Bayern Munich and Borussia
The chief executive of the Chennai Super Kings is likely to be questioned by police in Mumbai later Friday as part of investigations into spot-fixing in the Indian Premier League.
Former Chelsea and Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez is poised to join Napoli, the Serie A club’s President Aurelio De
Defending French Open champion Rafael Nadal was drawn in the same half as world No. 1 Novak Djokovic Friday as the
Argentina coach Alejandro Sabella has called up Lionel Messi for the forthcoming World Cup qualifiers against Colombia and Ecuador, even though the Barcelona forward is only half-fit.
Gibraltar was finally accepted as a member of European soccer’s governing body UEFA Friday, allowing their national team and clubs to enter to take part in international competition.
Jockey Eddie Ahern has lodged an appeal against his 10-year ban for corruption, the British Horseracing Authority (BHA) said Friday.
Wolfsburg completed a surprise victory in the women’s Champions League final Thursday, beating twice defending champions Olympique Lyon 1-0 thanks to a second-half penalty from Martina Mueller.
A large number of officials and representatives of business and banking sector experts will focus for two days to on the situation of Saudi small and medium-sized enterprises and the challenges they
Tesla Motors said Wednesday that founder Elon Musk would invest $100 million in the surging electric car maker, and that it would repay a loan from the US Department of Energy ahead of schedule.
Key obstacles to a banking union, seen as a keystone in locking down the debt crisis, should be resolved within the next few weeks, the official in charge of the day-to-day operation of the eurozone
Air China said on Friday it had ordered 100 Airbus A320 series medium-range single-aisle passenger jets, which carry a
Turkey’s tourism potential is coming on par with that of the much-promoted BRIC states – Brazil, Russia, India and
Ford Middle East and Al Jazirah Vehicles Agencies Co. (AJVA), the Ford and Lincoln importer-dealer in Saudi Arabia,
Corporate researchers may be living on the moon by the time NASA astronauts head off to visit an asteroid in the
"Manuscripts Don't Burn" tells the story of an Iranian author secretly writing his memoirs and authorities' attempts to destroy the manuscript — a topic the director, Mohammad Rasoulof, knows quite
A Saudi youth suffering from visual impairment has set an example of strong willpower when he took horse riding course and learned how to ride a horse in three weeks, Al-Watan daily reported.
Top Italian chefs are clamoring for the resignation of a junior minister who dismissed the country’s cuisine as a poor copy of trendy French cooking, poking a sore spot in a long-held kitchen
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s Cabinet on Friday formally denied months-long rumors that the premier had not moved into his official residence over fears the mansion is haunted.