Authorities in Saudi Arabia have arrested hundreds of people traveling in public places wearing unethical clothing in Manora and Jazan.
The hashtag 'boycott Amazon and Soq.com' on Twitter has been the top trend in all Gulf countries, including Saudi Arabia, over the past few hours.
These and other similar questions may result in fines ranging from 50 Rials to 3000 Rials. The Etiquette Committee has compiled a set of questions which have been declared against the Etiquette.
According to Dr. Erik Jimmy, a professor of bones and nerves at David Gwynn University's faculty of medicine in Los Angeles, 60% of UAE residents suffer from back pain.
Saudi Minister of Health Dr. Taufiq al-Bariya has approved amending the anti-smoking law.
Fitness centers in Saudi Arabia have kept women fees higher and men lower.
A new government has been formed in Lebanon, Hasan Diyab has been appointed as the new prime minister while six women have been included in the cabinet.
Sharjah's Criminal Court has sentenced a Gulf citizen to six months imprisonment for driving at a high speed and breaking 12 traffic signals.
An 'immoral' video clip of Kuwaiti fashion star Sara Alkandri and her husband Ahmed Al-Anzi has gone viral on social media, and the Kuwaiti Public Prosecution has arrested both spouses.
Food delivery has become a necessity for citizens all over the world, while in Saudi Arabia the practice of petrol delivery is increasing.
A fire broke out Friday in a residential building in Riyadh that affected 19 people.
According to the Saudi Department of Traffic 'unnecessary use of horn is not only a violation of traffic laws. It also hurts patients, children and the general public. '
Saudi Arabia's Customs Department has issued a new written directive to its personnel at airports, ports and bad border posts.
After the arrest of self-styled Ablees (Shetan) in Saudi Arabia, the question is being raised on social media as to what punishment he will receive.
Saudi lawyer Nawaf al-Nabati has said that the business of the immoral video clip is punishable by five years imprisonment and up to 3 million riyals. Either of these two punishments can be dealt with either.