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Saudi Arabia

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Saudi Arabia: Tobacco Imports Nearly Halved Due To Excise Tax

The imports of tobacco products to Saudi Arabia dropped by 43.1 percent last year to stand at SR1.78 billion compared to the previous year...

King Salman named “Islamic personality of the year”

King Salman has been named the “Islamic Personality of the Year 2017” by the organizing committee of the high-profile Dubai International Holy Qu’ran Award...

Saudi woman arrested for driving before ban officially lifted after video...

Saudi police have penalised a woman filmed driving a car, a spokesman said Monday, warning against violations of a ban on female drivers set...

Saudi Arabia appoints first spokeswoman

In another breakthrough for women in Saudi Arabia that coincided with allowing women to drive, the foreign minister has appointed Fatimah Baeshen as its...

Saudi: Detained princes are being ‘tortured’ (Daily Mail)

Saudi princes and billionaire businessmen arrested earlier this month are being strung up by their feet and beaten by American private security contractors, a...

Saudi: Over 40,000 young Saudis employed so far this year

The Human Resources Development Fund (Hadaf) has supported the employment of 40,869 Saudi young men and women in the first quarter of 2018, according...

Racism against expats

The worst and a disturbing kind of language is the language of racism, which regrettably is on the increase lately everywhere. What is unfortunate...

Saudi Women Allowed To Join Armed Forces

Women in Saudi Arabia are now able to join the armed forces as part of the kingdom’s social and economic reform plan.While women in...

Saudi’s first ever woman TV news anchor

A Saudi Arabian journalist has become the first woman to anchor the main news bulletin on the country's state-run TV channel. Weam...

Saudi: School Locked Students In Gym For Unpaid Fees

An international school barred about 100 students from entering classrooms and kept them inside the non-air-conditioned gym for the whole day. Authorities have launched...
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