LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional network, on Wednesday released the most overused words in LinkedIn profiles of its members from the Kingdom.
Saudi Arabia’s judicial authorities have started enforcing provisions of the amended Criminal Procedure Law from Monday.
Six Gulf Arab nations wrapped up a summit meeting in Kuwait on Wednesday by agreeing to establish a joint military command and police force, paving the way for tighter security coordination.
A number of doctors and nurses in some government hospitals in Tabuk have become skeptical of their night shifts as they often face the anger of the patients or relatives accompanying them.
Azerbaijan and Saudi Arabia signed a protocol on cooperation in various fields in Baku on Wednesday.
Myanmar on Wednesday freed 44 political detainees, a presidential adviser said, the latest in a series of prisoner amnesties by the country’s reformist regime.
An Egyptian Misdemeanor Court of Appeals ordered the release on Dec. 7 of 21 female Islamist protesters whose jail sentences had stirred much controversy.
A Dutch couple freed after months in captivity in Yemen said they received good treatment from their kidnappers.
Nelson Mandela’s tearful widow was among scores of family and dignitaries.
Galatasaray beat Juventus 1-0 with a late Wesley Sneijder goal to reach the Champions League knockout stage Wednesday
Thursday and Friday noon will witness the kickoff.
Qatar is prepared to stage the 2022 World Cup in the summer.
Alex Cabagnot made a smashing return to the league by burying the game-winner.
South African Quinton de Kock became the fifth player in One-Day International history to score centuries in three
Swansea City and Wigan Athletic are on the road Thursday as they bid to seal their berths in the first knockout round
New Zealand’s Ross Taylor tormented the West Indies’ bowlers Wednesday, making the most of an early let-off to score a
In a stat among stats for a sport which places extraordinary value on centuries and numbers, opposing captains Michael
Internet usage in Saudi Arabia is growing with over 49 percent of the population.
The market for medical devices in Saudi Arabia was valued at $1.1 billion.
Rapidly-growing Islamic-based finance will drive the next phase of economic growth.
The value of disclosed inbound merger and acquisition (M&A) deals in Middle East and North Africa region more than tripled to $3.9 billion in the third quarter from $1.1 billion last year.
Global oil demand in 2014 will be higher than previously forecast, after consumption in the US rebounded to its strongest level in five years, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said.
As the education sector continues to be a key pillar of development initiatives in the Gulf states, GESS, the Middle East’s premiere educational exhibition has launched a recognition program
It's your 150th day in space, and life is starting to resemble the movie "Groundhog Day" -- a repetitive daily routine interspersed with tugs of longing for life back on Earth.
Miley Cyrus, the pop star who caused a sensation with her raunchy performance at this year's MTV Video Music Awards,
Egypt's "Wust El Balad" and Jordanian band "Autostrad" clashed it out on Red Bull SoundClash in a concert held in
Supermodel Miranda Kerr and her estranged husband Orlando Bloom will stay united for their two-year-old son Flynn's
Bollywood film actors Aamir Khan, Katrina Kaif, Abhishek Bachchan and Uday Chopra pose after a news conference for