October 17, 2013
Saudi Arabia was elected to serve as a non-permanent member of the UN Security Council Thursday.
Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah bin Abdelaziz called for Muslim unity and dialogue Wednesday as other KSA officials negotiated a weapons purchase amounting to 6.8 billion USD with the US Pentagon to "stay ahead" of its rival Iran.
October 14, 2013
While restaurants and food stalls near the Grand Mosque remain busy, gold stores remained empty, with shopkeepers looking bored, flicking through magazines and playing with mobile phones.
Hotel prices in Dubai are now considered the highest worldwide.
October 13, 2013
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and France stressed the need for a stable Egypt and called for the international community to provide more support to the Syrian opposition.
October 12, 2013
1.325 million pilgrims were transported to the holy sites on Friday.
October 10, 2013
Two more Saudis have died of the MERS coronavirus a few days before the HAJ, which begins on Sunday.
Saudi Arabia announced Thursday that the Kingdom is MERS-free ahead of Sunday's annual hajj.
October 9, 2013
Saudi Arabia issued a warning to Muslim pilgrims Wednesday to not use next week's hajj for "political purposes."
October 8, 2013
Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah on Tuesday renewed the KSA's support of the interim Egyptian government in its fight against "terrorism and sedition".
October 7, 2013
The ministry has alloted sites for garbage disposal and dumping, he said, attributing the accumulation of waste to lack of cooperation by some Haj and Tawafa establishments.
Saudi female lawyers have often complained about their inability to use their law degrees despite years of studying and, in some cases, earning a doctorate in law.
October 6, 2013
“The repercussions of a US default will be catastrophic for the global economy, but we are far from that," said chief investment strategist at Masic.
Numerous investment opportunities that have contributed to the growth of its trade, industry, tourism and agricultural sectors.
Saudi Arabia will continue to slash the number of domestic and foreign pilgrims for two more years until the expansion project is completed.