Okaz/Saudi GazetteRIYADH â The official working hours for the employees of Saudi Aramco would continue to remain from 7:00 in the morning until 4:00 in the evening. This was confirmed to Okaz/Saudi Gazette
MUNICH, Germany â Hamasâ demands for a hostage deal are âdelusionalâ and need to be âclose to reality,â Israelâs Coordinator for the Captives and the Missing, Gal Hirsch, told CNN Saturday.âWe
RIYADH â Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman has sent a cable of congratulation to Republic of Kosovo President Vjosa Osmani-Sadriu on her country’s Independence Day.Custodian of the Two
GAZA CITY â The largest remaining hospital in southern Gaza is âbarely functionalâ, the UN World Health Organization (WHO) warned on Friday amid reports of intense attacks by Israeli forces.There
Saudi Gazette reportRIYADH â Saudi Arabia has topped the United Nations Tourism ranking in terms of the growth of international tourist arrivals in 2023 compared to 2019 from among the countries hosting
Okaz/Saudi GazetteRIYADH â Saudi Arabiaâs official Umm Al-Qura Gazette on Friday published the terms and conditions that qualify multinational companies to avail of 30-year income tax exemption after
Saudi Gazette reportMUNICH â A total of 19,199 illegal residents have been arrested during inspection raids carried out by the security authorities in all regions of Saudi Arabia during the second week
Saudi Gazette reportMUNICH â Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan said on Saturday that the only pathway towards security and stability in the Middle East, including Israel, was through the
RIYADH:Â Foreign direct investment inflows to Saudi Arabia saw a 6 percent annual rise in the first 9 months of 2023, a new methodology used by the Ministry of Investment has revealed.
Utilizing an updated approach characterized by heightened transparency and governance standards, FDI inflows were shown to have reached SR52.9 billion ($14.11 billion), up from SR49.9 billion in the previous period, as revealed in the ministryâs report.
ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia: Leaders at an African Union summit in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa on Saturday condemned Israelâs offensive in Gaza and called for its immediate end.
Moussa Faki, the chair of the African Union Commission, said Israelâs offensive was the âmost flagrantâ violation of international humanitarian law and accused Israel of having âexterminatedâ Gazaâs inhabitants.
Faki spoke alongside Palestinian Prime Minister Mohammad Shtayyeh, who also addressed the summit.