April 2, 2001
Japan’s giant game manufacturer, Nintendo, is investigating whether the popular Pokemon game has elements that may be deemed objectionable to some Isl
A Saudi caravan of vehicles arrived in Beirut Sunday carrying dates that are “destined for the poor in Lebanon.”
Pepsi Cola has decided to suspend its Saudi promotion campaign, which featured the children’s pokemon cartoon figure, following a ruling that banned the game throughout the kingdom.
A Saudi solidarity committee announced a grant of $2.44 million to Palestinian residents of the West Bank and Gaza Strip on Sunday, April 1, raising its backing over the past six months to a total of
The board of directors of the Pharmaceuticals conglomerate, Glaxo-SmithKline, has approved the establishment of an antibiotics plant in Algeria.
A delegation of Moroccan business executives will travel to Saudi Arabia on April 7, for a three-day visit aimed at improving ties between the two countries’ industrial sectors.
The Saudi Arabian government is studying the possibility of levying income tax on workers from foreign countries, sources report from Riyadh. But such a move is only one of several policy changes bein
A delegation comprised of Moroccan business executives will travel to Saudi Arabia on April 7, for a three-day visit meant to improve ties between the two countries industrial sectors.
April 1, 2001
The third Saudi relief plane arrived in the Indian state of Gujarat on Sunday loaded with tents, blankets and foodstuffs in aid to the victims of the
Secretary General of the International Islamic Relief Organization (IIRO) has discussed in Jeddah relief programs with Afghani minister of borders and
The second meeting for the experts committee assigned by the GCC ministers of justice to formulate the draft of the unified law of legal proceedings w
Saudi Arabia's mufti has banned the popular children's game of Pokemon as too much like gambling and suspiciously Jewish
The Yemeni Al-Kuthairy Investment Group has announced that an initial agreement was signed with Saudi businessmen to join an oil refinery project in Makla region in eastern Yemen.
The Jubail and Yanbu Electricity and Water Facilities Company (Marafeq) was officially launched recently, with a SR 2.5 billion capital.
The Saudi Arabian government is studying the possibility of levying income tax on workers from foreign countries, sources report from Riyadh.