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Saudi women can change the color of their hijab and wear a blue, green or white one, or whichever color they feel suits their mood and the hot climate in the Kingdom.
The Ministry of Interior has recently required passport officers at the Kingdom’s international airports to wear a thobe (white robe), shemagh (headgear) and iqal (black rope-like cord) instead of the official passport department uniform.
ARNOUD VAN DOORN has become a familiar name in the Muslim world. A Dutch politician, and once a harsh critic of Islam and a former member of the anti-Islamic Party for Freedom, Arnoud in 2008 was a distributor of the film, Fitna, which offended Muslims worldwide because it depicts false, defaming images of Muslims and their Prophet (peace be upon him).
WHEN French Egyptologist Olivier Perdu saw a fragment of a pharaonic statue on display in a Brussels gallery last year.
SAUDI women have come a long way in their quest for equality.
INSEAD, the leading international business school, in partnership with the World Economic Forum and the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University, released the findings of its latest annual technology survey, “The Global Information Technology Report 2014: Rewards and Risks of Big Data.”
ARAB NEWS celebrated its 39th anniversary at Jeddah Inter.Continental recently.
IN Syria “five-star jihad” doesn’t exist, according to one British jihadist.
AN American director’s short film about an Israeli army raid in a Palestinian refugee camp ends with a surprise — literally involving a rabbit, though not one pulled from a hat.
ON a small rock wall in Binangonan, a short drive from the Philippine capital, enigmatic carvings that are believed to date back 5,000 years are in danger of disappearing before their mysteries can be solved.
WHILE real GDP growth in Saudi Arabia slowed from 5.8% in 2012 to 3.8% last year, the effect was overstated by the 0.7% contraction in the Kingdom’s hydrocarbon sector.
King Abdullah Football Stadium opens its doors officially to the public on May 1. According to Essam Tawfiq, General
Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola said his side had struggled to contain Real Madrid’s pace.
Paris Saint-Germain beat struggling Evian 1-0 to restore its 10-point lead over Monaco.
Floyd Mayweather says Manny Pacquiao has lost a step and that the Filipino’s superstar slide.
Defending champion Maria Sharapova defeated Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova 6-4, 6-3 Thursday to set up a Porsche Grand Prix quarterfinal with top seed Agnieszka Radwanska.
The New York Yankees may have lost more than just a regular season game as they might have to make do without pitcher
Steelers, captained by Richard Antonio, unleashed their best to snap FB Rhinos and jubilantly bring home the
Jeddah Sports Club (JSC) A and Indonesian International School proved their prowess in the first JSC Under-14
THE troubles at BlackBerry Ltd, which fired more than half its staff and lost more than 90 percent of its market value
THE general assembly of Saudi Research and Marketing Group (SRMG) will on Monday consider a proposal not to distribute dividends to shareholders for 2013.
Environmentalists Wednesday urged the United States to drop plans to haul India to the WTO to open its solar market, saying the action would hurt the fight against climate change.
US President Barack Obama urged Japan Thursday to take “bold steps” to seal a Pacific-wide trade deal after Washington failed to wrest key concessions from Tokyo.
Brazil’s president signed into law on Wednesday a “Bill of Rights” for the digital age that aims to protect online privacy and promote the Internet as a public utility.
Apple Inc has approved another $30 billion in share buybacks till the end of 2015 and authorized a rarely seen seven-for-one stock split.