Minister of Labor Adel Fakieh said that more than 250,000 Saudis have benefited from the seven-month amnesty period that ended on Nov. 4. “The ministry will publish in the near future all the figures regarding their placements in each sector and region, in addition to the outcome of the status correction campaign.”
As part of the program to develop unplanned areas of Makkah, Al-Nakkasah District is witnessing a massive demolition operation.
OPEC oil ministers have decided to maintain its production target at 30 million barrels a day.
A medical team at King Fahad Medical City (KFMC) successfully removed 80 percent of the stomach of the morbidly obese Saudi youth, Khaled Shaeri, in a two-and-half hour surgery here on Wednesday.
These intermediate students are caught on camera trying to flee school by climbing the compound wall in Taif on Wednesday.
The surgical treatment of medically intractable epilepsy was the main focus of the second day of the Brain Forum being held at the Laylaty Hall in Jeddah. Sponsored and organized by Walid Juffali, the meeting has brought together leading specialists in neurology.
Thousands of women and children in the Philippines risk falling prey to human traffickers.
As the Kingdom marked the International Day of Persons with Disabilities on Tuesday.
Princess Rym Ali of Jordan called on the Arab world to fight discrimination, saying it is not the West’s role to correct “negative stereotypes” about the Middle East region.
The Japanese ambassador has expressed a desire to continue developing bilateral relations.
The Green Climate Fund, designed as the United Nations’ most important funding body in the battle on climate change in developing nations, launched its headquarters on Wednesday in South Korea, but uncertainty over finances clouded the event.
Adopting high standards of institutional accountability and transparency, as well as identifying business models and applying the same are essential to create more economic opportunities and sustainable work environment, a forum held in Jeddah recently underscored.
The new ball for next year’s World Cup — called the “Brazuca,” in honor of Brazil, of course — was unveiled at a
With five players saddled by an assortment of injuries, the Petron Blaze Boosters still had enough firepower.
Ross Taylor smashed a maiden double century.
Striker Marouane Chamakh ended an 11-game barren streak to help Crystal Palace beat West Ham United.
Borussia Dortmund advanced to the German Cup quarterfinals with a 2-0 win at minnow Saarbruecken Tuesday, but Ruhr
The much-awaited India’s tour of South Africa commences with the first One–Day International (ODI) at the Wanderers
Captain Michael Clarke Wednesday told his Australian team not to gloat after its emphatic first Ashes Test victory
Movenpick Hotel Al-Khobar’s golf team which took part in the American Business Association Eastern Province (ABA EP)
A simplified GCC-wide regulatory environment and new bankruptcy protection laws are key components.
Some SR99 billion of real estate transactions has ranked Riyadh.
The European Commission has approved Microsoft’s nearly 5.5-billion-euro takeover of the mobile phone business.
Egypt promised on Wednesday to pay $1.5 billion of the $6 billion it says it owes oil firms.
More than two-thirds of the small and medium size businesses (SMBs) in the UAE, Saudi Arabia and Egypt have not
MOUNIB Hammoud has been appointed as the new CEO of the Jeddah Economic Company (JEC). He disclosed Wednesday the
From the royal diadem worn by Kate Middleton at her wedding to an outsized maharaja's necklace, hundreds of glimmering
Imran Khan added "Gori Tere Pyaar Mein" to his long list of films that bombed at the box office.
Moroccan actress Maisa Moghrabi hates people interfering in her personal life.
It's not always easy being an Oscar-winner.
Penelope Cruz plays a barren wife in one of her new movies and a doomed fiancee in another, but her own family life is