Prince Khaled Al-Faisal, Emir of Makkah Region, has ordered quick action to solve the problem of running underground
Insurance companies have increased their charges by about 95 percent.
Okaz group, a leading media conglomerate in Saudi Arabia, has tied up with the Gulf Madhyamam Daily.
There are certain issues that remain buried under bureaucratic red tape.
The Ministry of Social Affairs is committed to provide aid to charity organizations. But it wants them to develop new methods to be self-sufficient, said an official.
Some 70 children of prisoners, who have excelled in their studies and achieved outstanding results in their annual
IN previous articles, I have extensively addressed the shortage of medical services in our country.
Laden with foreign challenges, President Barack Obama is welcoming Iran’s election results, taking the temperature of
Afghanistan will send a team to Qatar for peace talks with the Taliban, President Hamid Karzai said on Tuesday, as the
The changing nature of armed conflict has created “unprecedented threats” for children, a UN envoy said Monday.
Hundreds of Bangladesh factory workers who fell sick in recent weeks could have been struck down by a mysterious
Hard-liner Narendra Modi, the main opposition BJP’s frontman for next year’s Indian elections, held fence-mending
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon arrived in Beijing on Tuesday for high-level talks with Chinese officials on North Korea, Syria and other issues, his spokesman said.
President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin said they would sign an agreement on securing and destroying nuclear material to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons, replacing a 1992
There are several factual errors in the editorial “Ethiopia’s damnable intransigence “ (June 18) which have led to biased conclusions.
I am writing with regard to the letter “No need to extend the grace period” (June 18).
With regard to the report “It was ‘now or never,’ Pakistani envoy recalls 1998 nuclear blast” (June 18), it should be pointed out that the tests conducted by Pakistan really proved to be helpful in
With regard to the letter “Rise in expatriates’s wages” (June 18), it is not true that expatriate workers are demanding and receiving higher wages because of the ongoing amnesty when many expatriate
After weeks of sometimes violent confrontation with police, Turkish protesters have found a new form of resistance:
Jewish vandals daubed “Arabs out” graffiti and punctured tires in an Arab village near occupied Jerusalem on Tuesday,
The rebel campaign, known as ‘Tamarod’, is intensifying as the date to the planed June 30 demonstration against
As the hot weather arrives in Gaza, teenagers head to the town of Rafah for summer camp – not to play sports but to
Lebanon has long suffered with some of the slowest Internet speeds in the world, but a new crop of online entrepreneurs believes their country is primed for a tech start-up boom.
Russia’s foreign minister says Iran is willing to halt its 20-percent enrichment of uranium, which has been a key concession sought in international negotiations over Iran’s nuclear program.
A Libyan court acquitted two former aides of slain dictator Muammar Gaddafi on Monday of charges connected to the
Asian giants Iran, South Korea and Australia reached the 2014 World Cup but Uzbekistan narrowly failed to book its
French Open losing finalist David Ferrer lost his first round match Tuesday at the Topshelf Open, depriving him of
Nnamdi Oduamadi claimed a hat trick as Nigeria shook off the jet lag to thrash minnow Tahiti 6-1 in their opening
Dawn Approach won the St. James’s Palace Stakes on the opening day at Royal Ascot following a thrilling race and a
The ACT Brumbies, shorn of the heart of their first-choice team, soaked up enormous pressure to secure a famous 14-12
Merion Golf Club did more than just hold its own.
Ethiopia and Togo fielded suspended stars in 2014 World Cup qualifiers during June, according to FIFA match records of the competition.
Pakistan coach Dav Whatmore said Tuesday the team would be reviewed with an eye on building for the 2015 World Cup
Global takaful business will reach $20 billion by 2017, a new report by Deloitte titled “The Global Takaful Insurance Market: Charting the Road to Mass Markets” revealed.
Leaders of the G8 major economies struck a deal Tuesday to crack down on the “scourge” of illegal tax evasion and fight corporate tax avoidance that rob government coffers of billions.
Saudis are expected to spend around SR19.5 billion ($5.1 billion) on their summer vacations, marking an 8 percent rise on last year, a local Arabic newspaper reported Tuesday.
Dubai contractor Drake and Scull (D&S) may consider an additional listing of its shares on Saudi Arabia's Tadawul bourse though the firm does not have any imminent plans for it, its chief executive
Delta Marketing Company Limited, one of the leading health & fitness providers in the Kingdom, opened recently its new
The Arab region has been a very important partner of Brazil in oil trade as Arab countries collectively account for up
The largest of its kind global fashion event in Dubai will elevate the city’s stature as one of the top international
A rail company is offering one lucky couple the chance to get married aboard one of Tokyo’s busiest commuter trains as it encircles the Japanese capital, it said Tuesday.
The fifth installment of the Terminator series “Terminator 5” will once again feature Arnold Schwarzenegger, who is
For her upcoming new series “Hekayat Hayat (A Life’s Story),” Ghada Abdel Raziq will sport a new look.