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Friday, October 23, 2020

Saudi Gulf Airline Signs Deal Worth US$2.1 Billion

Saudi Gulf Airline has signed a deal with Airbus for the acquisition of A320neo/A321neo family aircrafts worth more than US$2.1 billion. The commitment was...

Saudi: Harassers to be named and shamed

Saudi Arabia’s Shura Council on Wednesday passed a motion to name and shame sexual harassers as part of legal steps to fight...

Saudi: Indian passport centers resume services from Wednesday

The Indian Passport and Visa Application Centers, operated by VFS Global in various cities across the Kingdom, will start offering consular services in a...

Saudi To Open E-Visa System To General Visitors

Saudi Arabia is set to open a recently introduced e-visa system to general visitors, according to reports.The kingdom first announced the online visa process...

Saudi Announces Multiple Visa For SR300 With One Year Validity

The Council of Ministers has restructured the visa system for Haj and Umrah pilgrims and transit passengers by unifying the visa fee for each...

Saudi: Gang arrested for forging residency permits

A gang of five has been arrested in Saudi Arabic’s capital of Riyadh for forging residency permits, local media reported. They included 2 Pakistanis,...

King Fahd Causeway Records Highest Number of Travelers

The King Fahad Causeway has recorded the highest number of travelers since its opening, with 131,000 people crossing in one day, the Saudi Press...

Saudi Arabia considers 1 million barrel a day cut on oil

Bill Farren-Price, a long-term Opec follower and consultant at Petroleum Policy Intelligence, said in a note to clients late last week that sources inside...

Expat punished for posting photo mocking Saudi colleague

An unfortunate expat who uploaded an image poking fun at his 'lazy' Saudi co-worker on social media which went viral and caused a storm...

1.7 Million Saudis Deprived Of Rights To Work Part-Time

Regulations of the General Organization of Social Insurance (GOSI) permit Saudi subscribers to work for two or more employers at the same time but...

Robot “Sophia” granted Saudi citizenship has sparked backlash on social media

Women in Saudi Arabia have scorned the government’s decision to grant citizenship to a female robot who, unlike them, does not need a male guardian or...

Saudi: Lightning Stikes Women To Death In Makkah

A 38-year-old woman died after being hit by lightning during a thunderstorm in Makkah on Wednesday. The Saudi national had been in No'man valley when the...

Around 1.2 Million Expats Expected to Leave Saudi Arabia in 2020

Around 1.2 million expat workers are expected to leave Saudi Arabia this year, according to the latest figures released by Jadwa Investment Company.The report...

Bahrain Seen From Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia Due to Reduced Pollution

Bahrain is now clearly visible from Al Khobar in Saudi Arabia, a distance of 40 kilometers. This was due to the reduced air pollution...

How Saudi Arabia Is Building Its $2 Trillion Fund

Saudi Arabia is stepping up plans to turn its sovereign wealth fund into a global giant. This week, it’s holding a coming-out party of sorts for the Public...

Saudi-led coalition air raid puts Yemen’s Sanaa airport out of service:...

An air raid by the Saudi-led military coalition put Yemeni airport in the Houthi-controlled capital Sanaa out of service on Tuesday, jeopardizing relief shipments...

Saudi Arabia: Dad beats daughter, films torture, posts on social media

The Mecca police have arrested a resident for shackling his daughter, beating her, filming the offence and posting a video clip of...

Saudi: 2 million pilgrims expected during Ramadan

King Abdulaziz International Airport (KAIA) in Jeddah has completed all its preparations to receive about two million people from various parts of the world...

Saudi Arabia: Nine expats held for illegal remittances

Saudi authorities have arrested nine expatriates for allegedly transferring money abroad illegally.The transfers were reportedly made using individual business bank accounts registered under the...

US Could Overtake Saudi Arabia As The World’s Largest Energy Exporter

For the first time since Saudi Arabia began selling oil in 1950, the United States is set to overtake the kingdom as the world’s...
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