Man held for crashing car into Grand Mosque door
audi security authorities arrested a man, who crashed his car into one of the doors of the Grand Mosque in Makkah on Friday, the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) announced early Saturday.
Virus vaccine waiting on Saudi ‘green light’
Health Ministry reports 398 new COVID-19 cases, 404 recoveries, 20 deaths
Turkish rescue workers search for survivors in quake; death toll rises to 27
Officials said 25 people were killed in coastal areas in Turkey and two teenagers died on the Greek island of Samos
Smag Blogger Template Blogspot free Templates 2020
Smag Blogger Template is the latest blogger template developed by SoraTemplates for Blogspot Community users looking for a unique and elegant template to use on their magazine-style blog.
From Oct 25 Kuwait Airways to resume flights to three Saudi cities
Kuwait Airways on Wednesday announced the resumption of flights to Saudi Arabia from Oct. 25.
Bahrain: 4 Asians killed in road crash
2 others seriously injured in the pile-up on a main road
Continues to report drop in coronavirus cases, deaths in Saudi Arabia
385 new COVID-19 infections, 375 recoveries, 16 deaths recorded in last 24 hours
19,000 expats lose jobs in Saudi Arabia due to COVID-19
Number of new work visas issued totalled 32,000, compared to 342,000 issued earlier
Father prosecuted for beating daughter, filming torture, posting on social media
Burmese father says he did so to bring back his sister who fled home
UAE: Holders of expired residence visas are liable to pay fines starting October 11
Fines will be levied on UAE residents whose residency expired from March 1 to July 11
Coronavirus cases continue to drop in Saudi Arabia
405 new infections, and 24 fatalities reported over the past 24 hours
Qiddiya launches first national scholarship program for Saudi youth
Qiddiya Investment Company (QIC) launched its first national scholarship program with the Human Resources Development Fund (HRDF), in collaboration with the Ministry of Tourism.
Microsoft may allow employees to work from home permanently
WASHINGTON: US software giant Microsoft may introduce a permanent work from home plan for its employees if they choose the arrangement, according to media reports on Friday.
Al-Jawf: Four men arrested for damaging speed cameras
Al-Jawf Saudi Arabia police arrest propagandists for breaking surveillance cameras for speeding
Saudi ministries initiate localization of transport and logistical services
Transport Minister: the MoU was just one step on the path of turning the Kingdom into a global logistics hub