Egypt’s president asked the Iranian-backed Houthi rebels in Yemen to “back off” for the sake of their country, saying Cairo is participating in a military campaign there for Gulf Arab security.
Nearly 23,794 government employees have died during the past five years at a daily average of 13.4, Makkah Arabic daily said on Wednesday quoting a report by the Saudi Pension Fund.
The Obama administration on Wednesday launched the first-ever sanctions program to financially punish individuals and groups outside the United States that are engaged in malicious cyber attacks.
All schools in Riyadh region as well as the Eastern Province will remain closed on Thursday in the wake of the sandstorm hitting the region.
Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman inaugurated an exhibition and a seminar on the late King Fahd in Riyadh Tuesday evening.
Brig. Gen Ahmad Al-Asiri, spokesman of the coalition forces and adviser at the office of the minister of defense.
No orders have been issued to villagers along the southern border region to evacuate and move to distant areas, according to Abdullah Al-Suwaid, undersecretary of the governorate here.
Detailed engineering and design for the next sections of the 2177km Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) rail network will be completed this year.
Prince Sultan Bin Salman, President of the Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities, visits the Exhibition of Travel and Tourism Investment Forum 2015 in Riyadh.
Nazar Sarani’s village in southeast Iran was once an island. It is now a desert, a casualty of the country’s worsening water crisis.
Holding Israel accountable. This is what Yasser Al-Qassas and thousands of Gazans hope to see with the Palestinian accession to the International Crime Court (ICC) on Wednesday.
India’s top court suspended a summons requiring former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to appear as one of the accused in a corruption trial.
Nigerian election winner Muhammadu Buhari congratulated outgoing President Goodluck Jonathan for peacefully relinquishing power on Wednesday, a day after becoming the first politician in Nigeria’s history to unseat a sitting leader at the ballot box.
Weaam Organization for marriage and family care’s 7th Marriage and Family Forum, set to take place on April 5-6 in Dammam under the title “The Saudi Family in 2025.”
Oncologists participating in the Colorectal Cancer Uncovered conference here said that over 1.2 million people globally are diagnosed with colon cancer every year.
SINCE I was born on this land, I have been extremely proud of my country. Today, I am more proud because our young
A Lebanese expatriate was arrested at Jeddah’s King Abdulaziz International Airport for carrying SR78,000 and $8,000 in undeclared money in what authorities are saying was a money laundering bid.
Madinah Health Affairs Directorate is investigating the death of a mentally ill patient who died at Uhud Hospital an hour after he was found at the bottom of the hospital's emergency staircase last
Two Yemeni expatriates in their 20s were caught red-handed by police as they were stealing medical supplies from a warehouse in the capital’s Al-Farouq District.
The Public Education Evaluation Commission will be evaluating around 150 schools next month.
With regard to the article "Modi govt says to push for cow slaughter ban in India" (Mar. 31), the BJP, not India, will use all its "might" to ban the slaughter of cows across the country.
With regard to the article "Book fair in the Eastern Province" (Mar 31), a book by the bedside is comforting. A small book rack in the house makes it a home.
The article "‘King of Al-Natheem’ gets 6 years, 600 floggings" (Mar 30) reports on the punishment meted out to a driver who was well known for engaging in drifting.
With regard to the article "Iran: No more Mr. Nice Guy!" (Mar. 31), as our life becomes more dynamic and less structured, intuition gains more and more recognition as an essential decision-making
Sparsely attended far-right rallies in Britain highlight the decline of a movement in disarray.
Six world powers and Iran met again on Wednesday in a bid to reach a preliminary accord on reining in Tehran’s nuclear program, after failing to agree crucial details such as the lifting of UN
Police in a west Indian township have asked cattle owners to supply photographs of their animals.
An emergency was declared in the Micronesian state of Chuuk as Super Typhoon Maysak cut a destructive path across the
Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy arrived at a Paris court on Wednesday for questioning over a campaign finance
President Benigno Aquino, Wednesday hailed renovations to the Philippines’ main international airport.
Peruvian President Ollanta Humala was left scrambling to find a new prime minister on Tuesday after Congress sacked
Indian police said on Wednesday they have arrested four Bangladeshi nationals in connection with the rape of an elderly nun that sent shockwaves through the Christian community.
Tunisia’s Bardo museum held a ceremonial reopening on Tuesday a week after gunmen claiming alliance with the
Turkish authorities on Wednesday rounded up two dozen suspected members of a radical leftist group behind a bloody hostage standoff that left a top Istanbul prosecutor dead and shocked the country.
Egypt’s president says the United States’ release of military aid previously suspended will help boost Cairo’s ability to combat extremists in the region.
Jetliners from the United Arab Emirates’ two main airlines apparently got too close to each other over the Indian Ocean this week.
The head of Libya’s rival government has rejected his sacking by the Tripoli-based parliament, suggesting he retains the support of powerful militia allies.
Mustafa Kamal resigned as president of the International Cricket Council (ICC) Wednesday, saying he had been prevented
Before the first set ended Tuesday, Novak Djokovic had busted a racket in anger.
Netherlands revived bitter Spanish memories from last year’s World Cup finals.
Import Denzel Bowles lived up to his monicker “Monster Bowles” as he exploded for a career-high 49 points.
With one more day of action to go at the Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge powered by Nissan, Nasser Al-Attiyah is firmly on
Tiger Woods played a practice round Tuesday at Augusta National, a strong indication that the four-time champion could
New Zealand pace bowler Kyle Mills announced his retirement from all cricket Wednesday, following Daniel Vettori in
World champion Chen Long of China was on top form as he stormed into the second round of the Malaysia Open after an
The Saudi retail sector maintains its positive outlook and remains strong despite the oil price volatility, provided its defensive nature, NCB Capital, the leading wealth manager in the region and
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) released February data for global airfreight markets showing a
Moody’s international credit rating agency on Wednesday raised Saudi Arabia’s sovereign credit rating to ‘Aa3’, while maintaining a ‘stable outlook’, SPA said.
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Prince Faisal Bin Salman Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, the Governor of AlMadinah AlMunawwarah region and Chairman of
Exhibitors at the International Property Show 2015 that concluded yesterday (April 1, 2015) in Dubai have said that
Despite a struggling music industry and a less-than-favorable relationship with online streaming music platforms,
A Palestinian man was lamenting his misfortune after selling his bombed-out doorway to a local artist.
Hollywood screen icon Lauren Bacall's personal possessions from the precious to the mundane hit the auction block in
Britain's Jeremy Clarkson will continue to appear on an international tour of live auto shows despite being dropped as
Pop star Justin Bieber attended a mediation session Tuesday in Miami over a lawsuit against him in which a