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Saudi Arabia

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Saudi’s Snapchat prank goes very wrong

A Saudi man was arrested after his prank of taking a Snapchat photo of a perfume bottle near a police patrol car went...

‘98% of cinema goers in Bahrain are from Saudi’

Religious clerics in Saudi Arabia may constantly warn of the ‘depravity’ of cinemas and music concerts, but that isn't stopping Saudis from coming to...

200,000 jobs in transport sector, only for Saudis

The Ministry of Labor and Social Development, and the General Authority for Transport have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to localize some 200,000 jobs...

Banks towing away cars in dead of night

People who purchased cars on installments through banks and other financial institutions have complained that their cars were taken away from their homes in...

Jobs in car rental now only open to Saudis

The Ministry of Labor and Social Development on Thursday announced its decision to limit all jobs in car rental companies to Saudi nationals.The ministry...

‘Cinemas will eventually return to Saudi Arabia’

Saudi Arabia will one day open cinemas and build a world-class opera house, the man spearheading the kingdom’s entertainment reforms said on Thursday, downplaying...

Saudi Arabia restricts mobile SIM card ownership

Saudi Arabia has imposed limits on the ownership of prepaid SIM cards for citizens and foreigners. Foreign residents, who make up more than...

Man sentenced to DEATH for apostasy in Saudi Arabia

A  man in Saudi Arabia has reportedly been sentenced to death on charges of apostasy after losing two appeals.Several local media reports identified the man...

Saudi Aramco may be worth far less than official valuation

On Monday the Wall Street Journal reported that Saudi ARAMCO may be worth far less than its official valuation. It cited people who are...

Saudis celebrate sacking of minister who exploited position to employ son

The dismissal of Civil Service Minister Khaled Al-Araj through a royal decree on Saturday is being widely described as a momentous decision. “It heralds...
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