September 19, 2000
Sakhr Software Co., the pioneer of Arabic software industry, announced signing a deal with the Saudi Arabia Passport Authority at Riyadh for the imple
Saudi Arabia said Monday that it had brought under control the outbreak of Rift Valley Fever that has killed 16 people in the kingdom this month.
Saudi Crown Prince Abdullah bin Abdel Aziz has announced in Brasilia that his country is ready to increase oil output to control the price of crude oi
With front month West Texas Intermediate (WTI) cruising to new post Gulf war heights and breaching $37 a barrel, Saudi Oil Minister Ali Naimi sought to reassure oil markets on September 18th that pric
Saudi Arabia has established a center specialized in developing grazing fields to improve the quality of the country's fields, livestock, and their products.
September 18, 2000
Afghanistan's ruling Taliban militia has denied reports that Osama bin Laden, wanted by the United States for terrorism, recently survived an assassin
Saudi Arabia is considering tolls on the kingdom's major highways. The taxes would be accompanied by additional services for motorists.
The British-based Saudi International Bank, which merged with the Gulf International Bank (GIB) half a year ago, has changed its name to Gulf Internat
The British-based Saudi International Bank, which merged with the Gulf International Bank (GIB) half a year ago, has changed its name to Gulf International Bank (UK) Ltd.
Saudi Arabia is considering tolls on the kingdom's major highways, Transportation Minister Nasser al-Sallum said Sunday.
September 17, 2000
One Saudi and two Egyptian men were beheaded in Saudi Arabia Sunday, after being found guilty of murder.
Sixteen of 36 people struck down by Rift Valley Fever in Saudi Arabia have died. The fever was reported from September 11th in Jizan province.
Realtors in the Saudi capital Riyadh expect land prices to increase because of high demand from investors who now favor the real estate market over the stock market.
September 16, 2000
At least 30 people have died from a mystery illness in Saudi Arabia in recent days raising fears of West Nile or Ebola viruses, according to newspaper
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