July 22, 2013
Egypt’s central bank has received $2 billion in Saudi funds.
July 21, 2013
A US government report has found that since 2003 over 3 thousand so-called 'extremist' clerics have been dismissed in Saudi Arabia
A worker’s strike on the Jordanian border has seen Saudi and other travelers, including truck drivers, delayed for hours.
New York's JFK Airport has threatened to boot Saudia over its Israeli fliers policy.
Saudi Arabia’s benchmark stock index reflecting a 3-day fall during the week, closed at 7,667.07 points last week, trimming only 23.31 points or 0.30 percent for the entire week.
Saudi Arabia's grand mufti denounced sponsors who conned expatriates during the country's amnesty period.
July 20, 2013
A Saudi children's TV show was not so entertaining as presenters abused one child guest, causing suspension of the show.
July 19, 2013
Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Salman bin Abdul Aziz called on Thursday for an end to “genocide” against the Syrian people, during a meeting in Jeddah with the head of the opposition Syrian National Coalition.
July 18, 2013
Saudi Arabia aims to become the world’s foremost market for renewable energy with an aggressive investment budget of $109 billion.
Deposits in the Saudi financial system reached SR1.3 trillion by the end of May, adding SR70.5 billion YTD.
The oil-rich kingdom justified the move by citing reports of crimes against children committed by maids from the African nation.
July 17, 2013
Cooking gas consumers in Jeddah are experiencing difficulties getting a refill after GASCO notified consumers that they should switch over to the new safety valve, commonly known as a regulator, which was introduced recently.
Oman Cables Industry has signed a contract for the supply of power cables worth an estimated RO27.36mn with a customer in Saudi Arabia, the company said in a filing to the Muscat Securities Market.
July 16, 2013
A tourism official in Makkah has confirmed that the prices of hotels have undergone radical change and returned to their normal rates.
The Labor Ministry announced on Monday it had completed nearly four million labor correction cases during the past four months including 1.18 million transfers of services.