They tell us we are too delicate to drive cars, too precious to travel alone, too pretty to play rough sports. We are “queens” who have been deprived of the right to make our own decisions.
The traffic department in Jeddah and Riyadh seems to be helpless when it comes to violations like drivers parking incorrectly.
It is unfortunate that we never hear news about rotten food and expired medication until we read about in newspapers after consumers have already bought large quantities of such products.
THE campaign to correct the labor and legal status of expatriates is coinciding with a malicious campaign that aims to tarnish the image of Saudi Arabia.
Children, health, and wealth are gifts and blessings from God but with each blessing comes responsibility. They are a source of joy and pleasure but they are also a test.
As far as some Saudi women are concerned, driving a quad bike is somehow a realization of a dream that is yet to come true – driving a car.
Organizers of a famous Youtube show that has attracted hundreds of thousands of viewers in a short time for its dealing with debatable and controversial social issues through black comedy.
Safar, the second month of the Hijri calendar, may be seem slightly lackluster in comparison to blessed months like Ramadan.
Women empowerment is not only measured by their participation in the economic, political and educational spheres.
A gang of young neighborhood men would harass Sonali Mukherjee whenever she left home — taunting her, following her, hissing lewd comments. But Mukherjee, 18 at the time, was not afraid. A sociology student, she stood up to her tormenters.
Bangladesh on Thursday executed an opposition leader convicted of war crimes.
A SILVERY green olive grove set in the red soil of a Palestinian village is a crime scene — testament to a practice so sensitive that it is spoken of only in whispers.
IN a restaurant at the heart of Domiz refugee camp in Iraqi Kurdistan, Ahmad Jasm sits quietly at a plastic table while two other customers argue about the Syrian conflict.
Arsenal sneaked into the last 16 of the Champions League by the narrowest of margins, while Napoli dramatically missed
Raja Casablanca, representing host nation Morocco, needed a stoppage-time goal from Abdelilah Hafidi to beat
Pakistan left out opener Nasir Jamshed and middle-order batsman Umar Amin.
New Zealand claimed the upper hand in the second Test Thursday.
Rory McIlroy’s year began with a coronation. He was the star attraction at what felt like a rock concert, with music
Dashing all-rounder Shahid Afridi starred in Pakistan’s exciting three-wicket win over Sri Lanka in the first Twenty20
Australia captain Michael Clarke said he was confident paceman Ryan Harris would be fit to face England in the third Ashes Test Friday but all-rounder James Faulkner has been ruled out of the match
Carmelo Anthony had 30 points and 10 rebounds, and New York pulled out an 83-78 victory over Chicago after blowing a
Many of the world's leading tech companies call Ireland home, providing a boost for the cash-strapped nation but huge
Chef Matteo Boglione, at the newly opened Le Cirque Signature in Mumbai.
Ukraine is still welcome but not obliged to work with Russia.
South Korea's Samsung on Thursday lost its latest claim in a long-running global copyright battle against bitter rival Apple, a surprise blow to the electronics giant in its home market.
Japan’s Cabinet approved billions of dollars of stimulus spending in a supplementary budget meant to perk up a faltering economic recovery and cushion the impact of a sales tax hike next April.
The global airline industry forecast Thursday a jump in profits to $19.7 billion next year, helped by falling jet fuel prices, rising travel demand and cost-cutting.