Saudi Arabia is beefing up security around shopping centers and oil facilities after receiving information about possible threats to the sites.
The Council of Ministers on Monday welcomed the recent UN Security Council resolution on Yemen, saying that it gives a strong message to the Houthi rebels and also endorses the international community’s support for the Kingdom’s initiative to launch the ‘Decisive Storm Operation’.
Houthi militias are now resorting to suicide attacks along the Saudi border, according to Brig. Gen. Ahmad Al-Asiri, spokesman of the coalition forces and adviser at the office of the minister of defense.
In open contravention of the rules, a truck meant to transport sand and building materials was seen transporting laborers on a road in Dhahran, recently.
The municipality has reported that the rate of health violations in restaurants and food warehouses has decreased over the past few weeks.
Princess Hessa Bint Salman Bin Abdulaziz honored 37 prominent Saudi women, including Deputy Minister of Education Noura Al-Faiz, and Huda Al-Ameel, president of Princess Noura University, at a function held here on Sunday evening.
Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman received at Al-Yamamah Palace in Riyadh on Monday former prime minister of Lebanon Saad Al-Hariri, who thanked the King on the occasion of Lebanon receiving its first installment of $3 billion worth of French weapons paid for by Saudi Arabia.
Demand for oil will rise during 2015, OPEC said in its Monthly Market Report issued April 16.
This is in response to the article ‘No decision taken on limiting expats’ stay, in Saudi Gazette (April 20).
Today is the age of globalization and not isolationism. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia should open its door for competent people around the world and form policies on open competition.
Until there is Kafeel system, the problem of jobs or Saudization will not be fruitful.
This is in response to the article “Accountability is the new buzzword” in Saudi Gazette (April 19).
This is in reference to the report "Millions of Mideast kids out of school,' in Saudi Gazette (April 16).
Turkish police arrested a British family in the capital Ankara after being tipped off that they would try to cross the Syrian border to join Daesh (so-called - IS) militants, a Turkish official said
Lebanon received the first installment of $3 billion worth of French weapons paid for by Saudi Arabia on Monday, part
More than 30 percent of young Arabs are jobless because of unrest in many Arab nations and not enough investment, a top labor official has said.
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu drew ridicule Monday after blaming a printing error for the absence of any mention of the peace process with Kurdish rebels in his party’s manifesto for June 7
An Egyptian court sentenced 22 members of the Muslim Brotherhood to death on Monday over an attack on a police station in a district outside Cairo in 2013, judicial sources said.
Iran’s seismological center says a magnitude-4.1 earthquake has jolted a sparsely populated district some 200 kilometers (125 miles) southeast of Bushehr, an Arabian Gulf town that is home to Iran’s
An Egyptian army captain and two other soldiers were killed by a roadside bomb in Rafah, near the border with the Palestinian Gaza Strip on Monday, security and medical sources said.
Dutch police detained a man in connection with a fire at the British embassy in The Hague on Tuesday, they said in a tweet.
The United Nations refugee agency has confirmed 800 migrants died in a shipwreck off Libya on Sunday after speaking to survivors of the disaster.
India’s reformist government went on the offensive on Monday, pushing ahead with a plan to make industrial land purchases easier that sets a course of direct confrontation with an opposition that
Chinese President Xi Jinping arrived in Islamabad on Monday to unveil a $46 billion investment plan that Pakistan
Taliban militants attacked a police station in southern Afghanistan, killing three officers, and abducted 19 people
Four tons of African elephant ivory worth $6 million has been seized at a Bangkok port in a container labelled as
The top anti-graft body of China’s Communist Party said on Monday that more than 100,000 officials have been reprimanded since late 2012 for violating policies mandating more austere working
Two airlines will begin domestic operations at the end of this year, according to the head of the General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) Sulaiman Abdullah Al-Hamdan.
Many families and shop owners have decided to install surveillance cameras to prevent thefts, Al-Madina Arabic daily reported.
An internal medicine doctor working for King Abdulaziz University Hospital in Jeddah has contracted swine flu, Al-Watan daily reported.
I fully sympathize with the wish of Saudi students studying abroad on their own private expense to join the government
The airport in Jeddah was once the major hub in the Arab Gulf region before Bahrain airport offered it a tough
A total of 1,798 people have registered as organ donors through the electronic program run by the Saudi Center for Organ Transplantation (SCOT), according to the center’s director.
A company warned by Transport Minister Abdullah Al-Muqbil for delaying the construction of a building to house the central workshop of the high-speed Haramain Railway has fired the contractor
Bayern Munich is on a mission with coach Pep Guardiola firing up his injury-hit team as it seeks to reverse a 3-1
Asian soccer player of the year Nasser Al-Shamrani has had his 8-match Asian Champions League ban for spitting and
Michael Laudrup and Fabio Cannavaro were giants of the global game as players and can take a big step toward coaching
Lyon missed the chance to move two points clear of Paris Saint-Germain at the top spot of the French league standings
A promising young Indian cricketer died Monday after an on-field collision with a teammate during a club match in the
Jim Furyk ended a five-year PGA Tour victory drought with a birdie on the second playoff hole to beat fellow American
Lelisa Desisa of Ethiopia won his second Boston Marathon Monday, two years after he donated the medal from his first
Athletics’ world body Monday led a withdrawal from a major international sports association after its leader launched a public attack on IOC chief Thomas Bach.
The Gulf states import an estimated 5 million tons of fresh fruit and vegetables annually, with a (statistical import) value of over $3 billion.
To improve electrical grid reliability, Marafiq Power and Water Utility Company has contracted Doble Engineering Company, a subsidiary of ESCO Technologies Inc., to provide consulting and training
China will launch three new free trade zones on Tuesday, official media said Monday, building on a project that began in Shanghai to much fanfare but has so far undershot expectations.
The Gulf Organization for Industrial Consulting (GOIC) announced Sunday that the 15th Industrialists’ Conference
Saudi Telecom Company (STC) announced Monday the company’s preliminary financial results for the period ending March
Qatar’s burgeoning tourism industry continued growth in the first quarter of 2015 (January-March) as all key
on Draper, the central and serially seductive character of the hit TV show “Mad Men,” is actually a “very weak man,”
Last year, Hollywood star Sylvester Stallone reportedly offered Filipino boxing champion Manny Pacquiao a starring
“The Golden Era,” a biography of Chinese novelist Xiao Hong, won top honors at the Hong Kong Film Awards, with its
The pups came to Iowa from as far away as New Jersey and Tennessee in hopes of landing a new nickname: “Beautiful Bulldog.”
Scantily clad female models draped over car bonnets were conspicuous by their absence as China’s premier auto show