Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Saudi Arabia

Arab Quartet refutes Qatari allegations at Human Rights Council

Obaid Salem Al Zaabi, Permanent Representative of the UAE at the United Nations, UN, in Geneva, delivered on Tuesday a statement on behalf of...

Expats in Saudi risk losing their jobs

 Saudi is attempting to lower unemployment levels from 12.8 % by filling up junior and senior positions in the public and private sectors. It...

Expat Quality of Life in GCC – Bahrain is best, Kuwait...

First overall in the Expat Insider 2018 survey, Bahrain is the stand-out performer. Despite stronger-than-average personal finances, expats in the Gulf States struggle with...

Saudi: Business Opportunities Strikingly More Optimistic in 2018

Businesses in Saudi Arabia are significantly more optimistic about revenue growth and business opportunities than last year, as the Vision 2030 reforms set by...

Earthquake Hits Southern Cities of Saudi Arabia

Monitoring stations at the Saudi Geological Survey Authority recorded an earthquake at 7:29 am local time (4:29 GMT) yesterday.Tariq Aba Al-Khaleel, spokesman for the...

Saudi: Expats Control About 70% Of Jobs In Wholesale Sector

According to General Authority for Statistics (GaStat), the expatriates are in control of about 70.5% of jobs in wholesale shops, business daily Al-Eqtisadiah reported...

American Pilot Killed, Saudi Trainee injured In Helicopter Crash

An American pilot working with Saudi Arabia's National Guard was killed and his Saudi student trainee injured when their helicopter crashed in Riyadh on...

Saudi: New Tough Punishments For Traffic Violations Issued

Saudi Arabia has issued tough new punishments for traffic violations including fines and lengthy prison sentences for causing injury or death, according to reports.Saudi...

Saudi: 26 Injured In Houthi Missile Fired Over Najran

Saudi Arabia shot down a ballistic missile fired by Yemen's Houthi rebels on Wednesday, with shrapnel leaving 26 people wounded, a Riyadh-led coalition fighting...

Saudi: Heavy Penalties For Offensive Content On Social Media

Saudi Arabia will punish with up to five years in prison and SR3 million fine for producing or sending or forwarding anything that ridicules,...
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