Sunday, November 17, 2019

Saudi Arabia

Saudi Nation News, Projects and Developments, Travel to Saudi Arabia from Bahrain, Expats in Saudi, Money and Business in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Oil price rises as Russia and Saudi Arabia back supply cut

Oil prices have risen more than 3% after Saudi Arabia and Russia said a deal to cut production should be extended until March next...

Deaths and injuries after terrorist attack in Saudi

A Saudi child and a Pakistani man were killed and 10 injured when armed assailants fired at company workers carrying out a development project,...

World’s tallest building, Saudi’s $2 billion Jeddah Tower, delayed AGAIN

The completion date for the world's tallest tower has been pushed back to 2019, a Saudi Arabian billionaire said yesterday, almost six years after...

Saudi to allow women to drive, say informed sources

A number of Shoura Council members are making preparations to come up with a solid recommendation to enable women to drive, according to informed...

Traffic fines have become a nightmare

By Abdo Khal OkazPEOPLE these days have nothing else to discuss but the heavy traffic fines suffocating a large number of them. The dreams have...

Girl student takes the wheel to save driver

Al-Ghazzalah branch of Hail University on Tuesday honored a group of girl students who saved the life of the driver of their bus with...

Saudi’s building a Las Vegas sized entertainment city near Riyadh

Saudi Arabia has announced plans to build an entertainment city almost as big as Las Vegas in the capital of Riyadh. The 334 square...

Only Saudis will be allowed to be dentists

Saudi Arabia on Tuesday announced it will stop hiring foreign dentists so as to provide job opportunities for Saudis.There are 26 dental colleges in...

Saudi to get rid of expats by 2020

"The complete nationalization of government jobs is an important objective of the National Transformation Program 2020 and the Kingdom’s Vision 2030" said Deputy Minister...

Saudi women are a captive market for Uber and Careem

NASHMIAH Alenzy, a doctor in Saudi Arabia’s conservative Qassim region, uses ride-hailing apps at least two or three times a week, and sometimes every...
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