April 29, 2001
Saudi Arabian Airlines has taken delivery of a new Boeing 777-200ER and a 747-400, bringing the total number of Boeing aircraft in its fleet to 106.
Arabsat is to spread its wings and launch itself on the world stage, the Arab League's satellite communications organization said on Saturday, April 28. The agency's annual general assembly, meeting
Saudi Hollandi Bank announced on Saturday, April 28, net profits of $29.7 million for the first quarter of 2001, up 27 percent compared to $23.4 million figure in the same period of the previous year
A US consortium on Saturday, April 28, won a $3.46 billion contract to build 3,000 schools in Saudi Arabia, the largest project since the kingdom opened up for foreign investments less than a year ago
More than 20 Saudi, Japanese and US firms have submitted bids to build 15 desalination plants in projects worth a total of $14 billion, Saudi Arabia's agriculture minister said Thursday, April 27. Abd
April 28, 2001
A number of clerics in the Arab world and elsewhere have been so active lately to issue religious opinions or fatwas on various issues concerning TV p
April 27, 2001
Women in Saudi Arabia can stop hoping they will be allowed to drive as interior minister reaffirmed that his government has no intention reversing the
April 26, 2001
Lebanon and its potential exporting market, Saudi Arabia, established a Lebanese-Saudi Business Council Wednesday, prior to Saudi plans for easing two
The legitimacy of suicide attacks against the enemy has mounted to a controversy between Saudi and Egyptian clerics.
French President Jacques Chirac has sent his Qatari counterpart, Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, a written message dealing with bilateral ties and
In a report by Washington Post on Thursday, the paper raised question whether justice is being done in a case in which three westerners are accused of
April 25, 2001
Qatar’s emir Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani held talks Tuesday with Saudi King Fahd on bilateral relations and regional and international developme
More than 290 animals died of the foot-and-mouth disease in Saudi Arabia and 1,845 head of cattle have been infected by the pandemic, the agriculture ministry said Tuesday, April 24, in Riyadh. "1,60
April 24, 2001
Saudi Basic Industries Corp (Sabic) is considering setting up a polymer plant in Iran through an agreement with the National Petrochemical Co (NPC).
April 23, 2001
Kuwait showed its deep concern over the meaning of Saudi Arabia's security pact with Iran.