Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman ordered the allocation of $274m in humanitarian aid for Yemen.
The Shoura Council will vote on a proposal to convert the proposed sports stadiums into fully fledged sports villages.
Saudi Arabia’s $500 billion-plus bourse prepares to open its doors to foreigners in June.
A Saudi soldier was killed and others were slightly injured in fighting along the Kingdom’s southern border.
Crown Prince Muqrin, deputy premier, received at Al-Yamamah Palace here today (Sunday) the President of the Arab Tourism Organization Dr. Bandar Bin Fahd Al-Fuhaid and accompanying officials of the organization.
Saudi Defense Minister Prince Mohammed Bin Salman discussed on Saturday night cooperation on situation in Yemen with US counterpart Ashton Carter.
Dr. Ibrahim Abdulaziz Al-Assaf, Minister of Finance said the Kingdom is giving priority to investment programs in the field of infrastructure, education, health and social services in order to achieve sustainable economic growth that is capable of providing jobs.
Career women in the GCC are ambitious and want to lead in their organizations.
Hotels in Sharjah received 42,150 guests from Saudi Arabia during the first two months this year.
Clashes broke out in a district and a suburb of Libya’s capital on Saturday, home to groups opposing an alternative government controlling Tripoli and parts of western Libya.
Young Egyptians are once again organizing on social media and taking to the streets of Cairo by the hundreds every Friday.
A motorcycle-riding suicide bomber attacked a bank branch Saturday in eastern Afghanistan, killing at least 35 people in a deadly attack the country’s president said was claimed by Daesh (the so called IS group).
Two men were arrested in Melbourne for allegedly planning a Daesh-inspired attack.
Farmer Tarachand Mathur was one of millions of Indians who voted Narendra Modi into power last year
The United Nations says Saudi Arabia has agreed to completely cover the $273.7 million needed for emergency aid to avoid a humanitarian catastrophe inside Yemen.
Private and international schools are still organizing lavish graduation ceremonies in five-star hotels even though the Ministry of Education has banned them from doing so.
The diplomatic work looks glamorous from a distance.
Residents inspect damage to a site hit by what activists said was a barrel bomb dropped by warplanes loyal to Syria’s President Bashar Al-Assad in Aleppo.
Israel has agreed to transfer in full hundreds of millions of dollars in taxes collected for the Palestinian Authority but frozen in a row over the International Criminal Court.
The article "Japanese manners" (Apr. 16) by Khalaf Al-Harbi is an eye-opener. If other nations are becoming more adhered to moral and ethical values, why should Muslims lag behind.
With regard to the article "Expat professor fired for ‘insulting Islam’" (Apr. 16), there is no doubt that what the professor allegedly did was wrong.
With regard to the article "Syria conflict toll over 220,000" (Apr. 17), the world must solve the conflict which is responsible for destroying so many human lives.
Graffiti may start as an innocent and innocuous looking remark or a painting, but it is invariably a protest that gradually envelops the entire society and culture.
Daesh (the so called IS group) on Sunday released a video purportedly showing the executions of some 30 Ethiopian Christians captured in Libya.
An Egyptian court Sunday sentenced 11 people to death after a retrial over a 2012 football stadium riot in the canal city of Port Said that left 74 people dead.
An explosive device was detonated outside the UN agency for Palestinian refugees in Gaza City overnight, without causing any injuries, UN and Palestinian security sources said late Saturday.
Seven hundred people are feared dead after a fishing boat packed with migrants trying to reach Europe capsized off Libya, the UNHCR said Sunday.
Prince Khaled Al-Faisal has instructed that all projects in the holy city should be completed on schedule.
A number of drivers are using 12 routes known as smuggling points to drive their trucks inside the city during curfews.
The Saudi Consulate in Los Angeles has said there were no injuries or damage to Saudi students or citizens as a result of the gas pipeline explosion that occurred in the city of Fresno, California.
A Saudi doctor at George Washington University Hospital was in the news this week after saving the life of a man, who
The managing committee elections for the International Indian School Dammam is heating up with seven seats up for grabs.
Two Indian policemen have been arrested in the killing of a teenage boy.
A high-level delegation from the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), headed by the body’s Assistant Secretary General for Political Affairs Abdullah Abdul Rahman Alim, will pay an official
Deputy Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Naif, second deputy premier and minister of interior, has instructed Haj service providers to furnish pilgrims’ tents at the holy sites of Mina and Arafat with all
US President Barack Obama said that climate change poses the world’s biggest single threat.
Beleaguered opposition leader Rahul Gandhi is set Sunday to lead a rally of thousands of farmers in the Indian capital.
Just as Congress is hitting something of a bipartisan stride on such issues as Medicare, Iran and trade.
Pakistani marine forces on Saturday arrested 47 Indian fishermen for allegedly violating territorial waters in the
The US Pacific Command has banned its troops in the Philippines from bars and nightclubs, a spokesman said on Saturday.
The marginalized Russian opposition parties of slain Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov and arch Putin foe Alexei Navalny
Unidentified assailants opened fire at Turkey’s main Kurdish party headquarters in the capital Ankara.
President Barack Obama on Friday urged Gulf nations to help calm the chaotic political situation in Libya.
Iraqi ground forces secured the perimeter around the country’s biggest oil refinery on Saturday and entered the vast complex amid heavy clashes with the Daesh (the so-called IS) militants.
Chelsea went 10 points clear at the top of the Premier League table after a 1-0 win over Manchester United Saturday as
Lionel Messi set up Luis Suarez’s first-minute opener before scoring his 400th goal.
Series leader and defending world champion Lewis Hamilton secured his fourth straight pole position.
World No. 1 Novak Djokovic.
Jordan Spieth bounced back from a Masters hangover by firing a nine-under 62 Friday.
Don’t expect to snag a $1,500 nosebleed ticket — or any other ticket — at the box office for the fight between Floyd
An unbeaten 103 by Jason Holder helped West Indies salvage a nail-biting draw against England in the first Test Friday.
Steven Gerrard is gunning to lead Liverpool against fellow Premier League side Aston Villa in an FA Cup semifinal at
The Government of Dubai and Citi on Saturday launched an innovative two-fold supplier payment mechanism as part of the smart finance solution.
The Abu Dhabi Urban Planning Council (UPC) will unveil a new corporate vision at Cityscape 2015 that more accurately
Courtesy the US energy output growth and only modest increment in demand.
The 17th Annual General Meeting (AGM) of Emaar Properties PJSC last Wednesday re-elected its Board of Directors with
The entrepreneurship support programs of Dubai SME, the agency of the Department of Economic Development (DED) mandated to develop the small and medium enterprise (SME) sector, has seen an
Taka gaining against the US dollar and declining share prices in 2014 helped Bangladesh’s capital market to attract foreign investment twice the amount of 2013.
Stephen Colbert came to the Tribeca Film Festival to interview filmmaker George Lucas, but the "Star Wars" creator had
A dozen Bosnian chefs claimed Friday they set a new record for the world’s largest stew.
Comedian Ritchie d’Horsie passed away on Friday evening.
Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan and former One Direction star Zayn Malik were honored.
An exhibition dedicated to French singer Edith Piaf, whose ballads of love and sorrow made her an international star,