Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi is arriving here on Sunday on a day’s visit while Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will travel to the Kingdom next week.
The Ministry of Health has set up specially-equipped external clinics at every public hospital to check and assign patients to the right emergency wards and specialized clinics.
The Jeddah Municipality Council has called for a meeting with several govt directorates and the Ministry of Commerce and Industry to regulate around 40 street markets and find a solution to their violations.
Passports Department and related security agencies will start an intensive crackdown on labor and residency law violators from next Sunday.
Yemen’s President Abdrabbu Mansour Hadi talks with Saudi Arabia’s Ambassador to Yemen Mohammed Said Al-Jaber during a meeting in the southern port city of Aden on Saturday.
Saudi Aramco has embarked on a major initiative to spur the growth and development of the southern Jazan region with a focus on developing human resources.
Al-Umrah Municipality has intervened to stop the illegal sale of plots of land in an undeveloped city in northern Makkah.
Kuwait has joined its Gulf partners Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates (UAE) and decided to reopen its Yemeni embassy in Aden, instead of the militia-controlled capital Sanaa.
Western leaders and Russia’s opposition on Saturday condemned the drive-by assassination of Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov while President Vladimir Putin suggested the crime was staged to throw suspicion on the state.
India’s finance minister announced the government’s new budget on Saturday.
Indonesian President Joko Widodo has said his country’s stance is “clear” on the pending executions of two Australian drug smugglers.
Middle East funds are increasingly positive toward Saudi Arabia’s stock market as oil prices appear to be stabilizing and the Kingdom is preparing to open its bourse to direct foreign investment, a Reuters survey of regional asset managers shows.
ASJC, a joint venture between the Al Salem Group of Companies and Johnson Controls, has laid the foundation stone for their new, state of the art manufacturing facility and training center.
The remittances of Saudi individuals to overseas countries over the past 10 years was about SR676 billion, according to the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency (SAMA).
Why is there always a gap between the real needs of the citizens and the statements of the ministers and senior government officials?
I am writing with regard to the article "The menace of Boko Haram" (Feb. 27). As one who knows the history of Nigeria, this is all the "spillover" after the granting of independence by Britain.
In the article "The midlife crisis" (Feb. 28), a young Saudi women complains that her mother "acts like a teenager".
With regard to the article "Saudi graduates without jobs: An unsolved problem" (Feb. 27), Islam by definition believes in individual effort, responsibility and the growth and prosperity of the
With regard to the article "Gaza needs 100 years" (Feb. 28), the Gaza blockade which violates the fundamental rights of the Palestinian people is clearly illegal.
With regard to the article "Zero Tolerance" (Feb. 27), I strongly believe that video games are one of the main reasons for the growing trend of violence in children.
The Justice Ministry is currently preparing a new charter that will make it obligatory for lawyers to defend people who are poor or on low incomes on a pro-bono basis.
A woman has been arrested by Al-Salama Police in connection with the death of her son, who doctors say was systematically beaten before he died in hospital.
A total of 760 children have been picked for admission to the International Indian School Jeddah (IISJ) for the academic year 2015-16.
Egypt's Supreme Election Committee said on Sunday it was working on a "new timetable" for holding a parliamentary election.
Suicide bombers and militants linked to the self-proclaimed Islamic State group struck targets in the northern Iraqi city of Samarra.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu takes his long-running campaign to deny Iran nuclear arms to Washington next week.
Residents look for survivors amid debris of collapsed buildings after what activists said were air strikes by forces
The United States on Friday set out what it called its “bottom lines” to reach a deal with Iran to rein in its nuclear program, ahead of new talks next week.
The US military has said the training of moderate Syrian rebels will likely begin within four to six weeks in Turkey after the two NATO allies clinched an agreement last week.
An Egyptian court has sentenced four members of the banned Muslim Brotherhood organization to death and 14 to life in prison.
Rajendra Pachauri has stepped down from India’s council for climate change.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has urged his army to prepare for war with the United States and its allies, state media said on Saturday.
Feuding US lawmakers narrowly avoided a Department of Homeland Security shutdown on Friday at the 11th hour.
The German-based PEGIDA movement, which opposes what it calls the “Islamization” of Europe, was staging its first demonstration on British soil on Saturday.
Maldives police said on Saturday they arrested 31 supporters of former President Mohamed Nasheed during a mass rally
Ukraine said on Saturday that isolated clashes were punctuating a shaky truce with pro-Russian rebels after
The UN children’s agency said on Saturday that hundreds of children were abducted two weeks ago by an armed group in South Sudan that is suspected to have ties with the country’s military.
Police arrested an Arab expatriate for possessing 19 guns and 36 bullets.
A young man escaped death after his vehicle veered off a mountain road but did not quite fall off.
Two students died after sports equipment fell on them in separate incidents.
Four years in the making, the Cricket World Cup group match between New Zealand and Australia lived up to all the
Off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin claimed four wickets to lead a strong Indian bowling performance.
Pakistan captain Misbahul Haq summoned up the spirit of Imran Khan and his 1992 World Cup.
Wayne Rooney ended his eight-game Premier League scoring drought with a brace as Manchester United climbed back above
Barcelona closed within a point of leader Real Madrid after in-form forward Luis Suarez played a part in all three of
Roger Federer scored the 84th title win of his career, kept his nose in front in his personal rivalry with Novak
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Al-Tayyar Travel Group Holding Company has purchased a five-star hotel just 70 meters away from the Grand Mosque in Makkah.
Global Educational Supplies and Solutions (GESS) Dubai announced the winners of its second annual awards program
The Bahraini side of the Bahraini-Russian Joint Business Council held its first meeting, under the chairmanship of BCCI Chairman Khaled Al Moayyed.
Zain KSA first launched (Zain Pay) service which allows direct mobile operator billing facility for Windows Phone Store in partnership with Microsoft, Zain announced.
Since the inception of smartphone maker HTC Corp in the late 1990, the brand is rated highly for its aesthetically
From the ground in this extreme northern part of Antarctica, spectacularly white and blinding ice seems to extend
President Barack Obama joined Leonard Nimoy's co-stars from "Star Trek" to bid adieu to the actor who died Friday.
Legendary martial arts actor Bruce Lee is getting the official biopic treatment.
The upcoming Broadway musical "Finding Neverland" has found a new producer to join its ranks — Bryan Cranston.
Britain's Prince William donned the trappings of feudal nobility in Japan Saturday, wearing the helmet and clothes of