October 29, 2013
There is thus a strong need for the two countries to enhance their cooperation to develop scientific and applied research in oil refining and renewable sources for mutual benefits, he said.
Hezbollah chief Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah accused the Saudi Arabian government of trying to sabotage the Syrian peace talks.
October 28, 2013
US Lawmakers called on President Barack Obama Sunday to "repair ties" with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
He said that the citizens told police that they were engaged in money exchange business during Haj and the collected money was being taken to a Gulf bank.
Mobile Telecommunications Company Saudi Arabia (Zain KSA), announced on Sunday its third quarter financial results for the period ended Sept.30, 2013.
October 26, 2013
Infatuated with Rolls Royce, Saudi singer Mohammad Abdo made sure to swing by Abu Dhabi’s sole dealer of the high-class automobile while in town for an Eid performance.
October 24, 2013
Saudi Arabia's UN envoy Abdullah bin Yahiya Al-Mua'lemi delivered a scathing attack on the UN Security Council over its inability to solve the Palestinian-Israeli conflict and the war in Syria.
Saudi authorities issue warning in preparation of women taking the wheel in an upcoming driving campaign.
October 23, 2013
Secretary of State John Kerry admitted ally Saudi Arabia didn't trust US policy on Syria, as a key Saudi royal family member called the policy a farce.
Saudi designer Razan Alazzouni dressed the likes of Paris Hilton and is looking to bridge the East and West through her designs.
October 22, 2013
Saudi Arabia's intelligence chief told EU diplomats that Riyadh will be scaling back and limiting cooperation with the US in protest against Washington's recent diplomacy in the region, particularly in reference to the Syrian conflict and KSA rival Iran.
US Secretary of State John Kerry discussed Saudi Arabia's rejection of a seat on the UN Security Council with KSA's Foreign Minister on Monday, and said that Saudi had turned down a chance to greatly influence world affairs.
October 21, 2013
Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud al-Faisal and U.S Secretary of State John Kerry discussed on Monday issues that led Riyadh to snub a much coveted U.N. Security Council seat.
Human resource supervisors in private companies told Arab News that their companies will transfer sponsorships of expat workers who are crucial to them, while releasing other part-timers due to difficulties in changing their sponsorships.
Amnesty International criticizes Saudi for moving in reverse in terms of human rights violations within the region.