April 7, 2001
Saudi police have raided an illegal gambling den, which was electronically linked to a casino in Taiwan.
April 5, 2001
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has awarded a multi-million, multi-phased contract to the consulting firm Arthur D. Little, Inc. to advise on the restruct
Bahrain’s emir Shaikh Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa will visit Saudi Arabia on Thursday.
Saudi and Lebanese army chiefs of staff discussed in Beirut on Wednesday ways to strengthen military cooperation between the two countries.
A recent economic study concluded that the Saudi Kingdom will require some 300 billion Saudi riyals ($80 billion) in investment to meet the rising water consumption needs for the next 40 years.
April 4, 2001
The Saudi Development Fund (SDF) has extended Morocco a sum of 45 million Saudi Rials loan (about $ 11.36 million) to co-finance low-cost housing proj
Saudi Arabia's agriculture ministry announced Tuesday that 3,800 cases of foot-and-mouth disease had been detected in 67 sites.
Saudi Interior Minister Nayef bin Abdul Aziz said Tuesday that the "Iraqi regime was still a threat to the entire Gulf region."
Saudi Arabia has taken the first step to allowing trade unions in the kingdom, authorizing the creation of "labor committees" in businesses employing more than 100 people, the SPA news agency report
Saudi Arabia's agriculture ministry announced Tuesday, April 3, that 3,800 cases of foot-and-mouth disease had been detected in 67 sites. "Sixty-seven sites of the foot-and-mouth pandemic had been de
The world’s biggest crude producer will comply 100 percent with OPEC’s output cut announced last month in Vienna, according to an unnamed high ranking Saudi aide, reported Energy24.
April 3, 2001
Saudi Information Minister Fouad bin Abdul-Salam Farsi arrived in Sanaa on Tuesday for talks with his Yemeni counterpart, Abdulrahman al-Akowa, on bol
US Taconic Industrial Products LLC of Petersburgh is suing the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for about $3 million.
Two Austrians were sentenced to three years in prison in Monaco Tuesday for procuring up to 30 prostitutes a month for a Saudi prince in Monaco.
A recent Saudi economic study concluded that the Kingdom will need SR 300 billion ($80 billion) investments to meet the rising water consumption throughout the next 40 years, reported <I>Al-Watan</I>