Yemeni President Abdrabbu Mansour Hadi said on Monday that advances in Yemen will continue forcefully until the liberation of the entire country, according to Al Arabiya News Channel.
Syrian loyalists reportedly started a campaign to denounce the “lazy” and “leisure” lifestyle of Prime Minister’s son Wael Al-Halqi and asked for the withdrawal of his citizenship.
Pakistan must admit its mistakes for allowing its terrorists to sail to Mumbai in 2008 and carry out a massacre, a retired official said in remarks published on Tuesday.
Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman, the second deputy prime minister and minister of minister, and Jordan’s King Abdallah,
Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Naif, deputy premier and minister of interior, receives princes, scholars, ministers, senior officials and a group of citizens in Jeddah, Tuesday.
Eagles of the Saudi Royal Air Force arrive at Al-Aqiq airport in Al-Baha for the three-day air show starting Thursday.
The iconic Green Dome of the Prophet’s Mosque in Madinah is being washed as part of preparations for the upcoming Haj season.
After a month-long wait, the famous Italian Bellucci Circus will finally open its doors to visitors in Jeddah on Thursday.
Life in the Syrian city of Hasakeh, divided between allied Kurdish and regime forces, comes at a price: two lots of military service and double the taxes.Raed, a Syrian Arab living in the northeastern city, avoids passing through checkpoints run by the Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG).
Members of the Palestinian group, Bar Palestine, take part in street exercises amid the destruction in Gaza City on Monday.
Floods from days of torrential rain have now claimed at least 180 lives in India with one million people sheltering in relief camps after fleeing surging waters, officials said on Tuesday.
A dilapidated building killed 12 people when it collapsed outside Mumbai on Tuesday.
The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud recently honored Panda Retail Co. - Savola Group for its contribution and support to the “Charitable Panda clients” project in Makkah which comes as part of its partnership with the Disabled Children’s Association.
The Kingdom has produced 1.108 billion cubic meters of desalinated water this fiscal year (1436 Hijra), an increase of 10 percent from the previous year.
The masterbatch market in Saudi Arabia is projected to reach $167 million by 2020, according to recently released TechSci Research report titled "Saudi Arabia Masterbatch Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2020".
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An international book fair will be launched in Jeddah on Dec. 12 and will continue for 10 days under the supervision of the Ministry of Culture and Information.
Haj Pilgrims this year will benefit from a number of new projects from the Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs, including almost 36,000 toilets at key holy sites.
A man who attacked a woman at a public place was charged with physical and verbal assault even though the victim had retaliated on the spot, Al-Watan daily reported.
The General Authority for Civil Aviation (GACA) is investigating a video that showed a Saudi family made to sit on the floors at Yanbu International Airport while waiting for a flight that was
The Ministry of Health has ordered all private hospitals with a capacity of over 100 beds to have a morgue for dead patients, Al-Watan daily reported.
THE press statement issued by Tabuk University after the death of the mother of an outstanding student whose dream was
Hotel-type family accommodation has opened at Madinah’s prison so that prisoners can spend a day with their families in warm and welcoming quarters.
Israel said Tuesday it was interrogating the suspected head of a Jewish extremist group in the first arrest of an Israeli suspect following last week's arson attack in the West Bank that killed a
Egyptian security officials say militants in northern Sinai have shelled a house near a security checkpoint, killing an entire family of five members inside it and wounding nine of their neighbors.
Libyan state prosecutors are investigating unidentified guards shown in a video beating former president Muammar
The dimly-lit, dust-caked stacks of the Baghdad National Library hide a treasure of the ages: crinkled, yellowing
Britain is extending its airstrikes against Daesh (the so-called IS) targets in Iraq by a year to March 2017, Defense Secretary Michael Fallon said in comments broadcast Tuesday.
Algeria is in the grips of political intrigue, as the president nears death and rumors of coup attempts swirl.
An Iranian government official says the republic will allow some BBC journalists to report there for a week’s time.
Four people including a seven-year-old child were killed and one person is still missing after heavy rain caused flash floods and mudslides in several villages in western Macedonia, police said on
Pakistan on Tuesday executed a man convicted of murdering a child.
Pakistani and Indian border guards traded gunfire and mortar shells along their disputed border in the Himalayan
South Korea said on Tuesday that it had agreed to a 85.1 billion won ($73 million) deal with a Chinese-led consortium to salvage a ferry that sunk in an accident that killed more than 300 people in
Southeast Asian diplomats called on China on Tuesday to address concerns over its controversial island-building drive
Myanmar said on Tuesday it had appealed for international assistance to help provide food, temporary shelter and
Taiwan’s government promised to review its controversial new school curriculum on Tuesday after protests by students
Australia dominated the 100-meter backstroke events at the World Swimming Championships Tuesday, winning the men's
Openers Martin Guptill and Tom Latham both struck centuries as New Zealand crushed Zimbabwe by 10 wickets.
Manchester United winger Angel Di Maria will join Paris Saint-Germain on a four-year deal to become the second most
Sixth-seeded Andrea Petkovic got her body realigned and returned to form to beat fellow German Carina Witthoeft in a
Andy Murray is back on hard courts for the first time in four months — and back at the Citi Open for the first time in
Australia captain Michael Clarke’s Test career could be over if he fails with the bat during the fourth Test at Trent
World No. 1 golfer Rory McIlroy has scheduled a Saturday practice round at Whistling Straits, site of next week’s PGA
Dale Steyn and AB de Villiers have been recalled to South Africa’s One-Day International side for the visit of New Zealand later this month, but young wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock has been axed
Approximately 2 out of 5 employers in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia will definitely be hiring in the next 3 months, the
Top importer of Oman’s non-oil exports is the United States, followed by Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), China and India.
Saudi Arabia’s Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) for the month of July rose to 57.7 from the series low of 56.1.
Saudi Arabia stocks were lower after the close on Tuesday, as losses in the Telecoms & IT, Insurance and Petrochemicals sectors led shares lower.
The global World Building Automation and Control Systems (BACS) market is currently worth more than $18 billion and continues to grow year on year despite economic problems, according to “World
The average water consumption rate in a traditional car wash is double that of a self-service wash bay, equating to
HitchBOT — the adorable hitch-hiking robot pieced together from household odds-and-ends — ended its travels across
A disoriented whale stunned onlookers and delighted tourists at Buenos Aires’ bustling waterfront Monday, swimming alongside boats and periodically surfacing to the perplexed crowds.
A small British town has appointed its first resident jester in more than 700 years, naming him in an elaborate medieval ceremony.
One Massachusetts chicken is about to get a costly leg up on life - a $2,500 prosthetic limb made on a 3-D printer.
A German court says a municipal bus mechanic can have hundreds of euros in back pay for time spent changing into his work clothes — but not for time he spent showering.