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Exposure to foreign pilgrims puts Makkah’s youth in unique spotlight

Exposure to foreign pilgrims puts Makkah’s youth in unique spotlight

EVERY Haj season, Makkah’s young men impress foreign pilgrims with their linguistic skills.

Teens, weapons and violence

Teens, weapons and violence

OVER the past few years, an increasing number of young Saudi men have been involved in violent public confrontations.

Kingdom’s dates industry hooked on dangerous pesticides

Kingdom’s dates industry hooked on dangerous pesticides

DATE palms have proven to be a key source of food.

All injured in Mina stampede identified

Some 100 people receiving treatment in various Saudi hospitals.

Saturday, 10 - October 2015
Why is terrorism planned by non-Saudis and carried out by Saudis?
Saturday, 10 - October 2015
E-track, which was implemented by the Ministry of Haj for the first time during this year’s Haj season.
Saturday, 10 - October 2015
Minister of Commerce and Industry Tawfiq Al-Rabiah recently held talks with Jameel Al-Baqawi, chairman of the board of directors of the Saudi Engineers Council.
Saturday, 10 - October 2015
Jeddah Police have arrested seven expatriate workers who have been found copying and selling pornographic movies.
Saturday, 10 - October 2015
We are in dire need of a strong media channel that focuses only on the news of the Grand Mosque and the Prophet’s Mosque. Its mission should be to shed light on the efforts exerted throughout the year to improve services at the holy places and to respond to news reports blown out of proportion by our enemies.
Saturday, 10 - October 2015
It appears that the Ministry of Health has decided to adopt a new media policy in dealing with the issue of coronavirus.
Saturday, 10 - October 2015
The Ministry of Civil Service has said it does not contact job applicants, male or female, directly or through SMS messages from mobile phones.
Saturday, 10 - October 2015
The Administrative Court in Riyadh will hold on Nov. 9 a second hearing into a complaint filed by 100 recruitment companies against the Ministry of Labor.
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