Selling aluminum phosphide, a cheap and commonly used pesticide that can prove deadly if inhaled, is not a mere violation but a major crime because the deadly chemical can cause death to many, said Abdullah Al-Alyan, director of the Ministry of Labor’s Riyadh branch.
A Filipino domestic helper recruited to work for a Saudi family here was sent back a day after she arrived in the Kingdom because she complained of homesickness.
Qatar Airways and Emirates Airline have defended their policies on pregnancy and marriage for cabin crew after the Qatar carrier came under fire over its working conditions.
Border Guard divers rescued three Saudis and a teenager off the Thuwwal coast on Friday.
A 68-day youth ethics campaign promoting tolerance in society was launched in Jeddah on Thursday by the non-profit organization Rekaaz.
A man in his 30s who underwent a sex change operation in 2010 complained that he had not received his new ID although he applied for it more than three years ago.
Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudia) told five female flight dispatchers who hold licenses from the General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) that it cannot offer job opportunities to them now, Makkah daily reported.
Sherien Fathy, 32, and her lawyer husband Khaled Hanafy, who are both blind, play with their children Yehia (L) and Rahma at home in Cairo.
Vietnamese rescue planes have spotted large oil slicks and a column of smoke off its coastline, but it was not clear if they were connected to a missing Malaysia Airlines carrier, a transportation ministry official said on Saturday.
A rejuvenated Mesut Ozil helped Arsenal secure a place in the FA Cup semifinals for the first time since 2009 while
Opener Lahiru Thirimanne hit a magnificent century to help Sri Lanka thump Pakistan by five wickets to regain the Asia
Import Richard Howell knocked in two huge baskets in the endgame to lift the Talk N Text Tropang Texters to a close
Victoria Azarenka’s fighting spirit just wasn’t enough Friday as the injured third seed was sent packing from Indian
Ireland turned on the style to give a teary-eyed Brian O’Driscoll the perfect farewell present in his last Test on
Olympic champion Li Xuerui avenged the most shocking setback of her career by overcoming Thailand’s teen sensation
American Hunter Mahan eagled his penultimate hole to grab a share of the halfway lead at the WGC-Cadillac
Ahmed-XI thrashed Indian Deccan-XI by 139 runs in the MoneyGram CKB Tournament organized by Jizan Region Cricket
In the euro zone and the US, inflation remains dangerously low and well below the 2 percent central bank targets.
Sigma Paints Saudi Arabia, part of PPG Group, the global leader in the paints and coatings industries, is participating in the International Building and Construction Show, known as “The Big 5”, the
CAPM Investment, an investment banking and asset management firm in the United Emirates, said it planned to arrange for a company to conduct the first initial public offer of shares on Dubai's main
Shale revolution has transformed the world - none can dare deny. Yet questions persist.
In an unprecedented step in the Arab world, L’Azurde, the leading gold company launched the latest gold collections
NOKIA underscored its commitment to connecting the next billion to the Internet by releasing five new affordable
The game over, a beaming Sawyer and Michael, both 10, cheer and give each other a high-five.
For top Morgan Stanley financier Cecile Houlot-Hillary, every day brings pressure in the form of complex bond deals, intense competition and demands from high level clients.
Two dozen men in the Democratic Republic of Congo have launched a group to fight for women's rights in the region, which has been called the worst place in the world to be a woman.
Rio de Janeiro mayor Eduardo Paes said he would fine himself after being caught on video appearing to be dropping trash in the street.
Astronomer Carl Sagan become Mr. Science for a generation after his 1980 series, "Cosmos," took audiences on a