A Saudi woman sustained severe head injuries when she fell off a fast-moving rollercoaster in a well-known shopping mall in the town of Jazan.
The Civil Defence team took the woman to Jazan Hospital where she is reported to be in
Saudi Arabia's Ministry of Defense said it is prepared to deploy ground forces in Syria to fight Daesh (ISIS), if the US-led interational coalition also deploys ground forces.
Brigadier General Ahmed Asseri
A devaluation of Saudi Arabia's currency could cause such political instability that Riyadh has little choice but to stick to its promise to use vast foreign exchange reserves to defend the riyal's 30-year-old peg to the US dollar.
Saudi Arabia’s population increased 2.4 percent to 31.52 million last year from 30.77 million in 2014, a report quoting the Saudi Department of Statistics and Information.
Saudi nationals made up two-thirds of the population
Saudi Foreign Minister Adel bin Ahmed Al-Jubeir has reiterated the Kingdom's firm commitment to defeat terrorism in an op-ed published by Newsweek, titled "The Saudis Are Fighting Terrorism, Don't Believe Otherwise."
State oil giant Saudi Aramco is expected to keep the same number of its oil and gas drilling rigs this year despite weak oil prices, industry sources said.
Saudi Aramco has asked oilfield service companies and suppliers again this
The Saudi Authority for Accredited Valuers (Taqeem) has announced plans to take part in the upcoming Jeddah Exhibition for Real Estate, Housing and Constructional Development (Restatex Exhibition Jeddah 2016).
The event is being o
Saudi Arabia's Shura Council has reaffirmed its earlier recommendation that private sector firms should give two days off to workers in a week, said a report.
It also said the total working week should be reduced to 40 hours,
The Saudi Othaim For Leisure & Tourism is set to invest $300 million in Egypt over the next five years, according to a report.
The company will open two new projects in Cairo this year, said the Egypt I
Saudi Arabia has successfully defended its share of the US oil market even as rising domestic production from shale and growing pipeline imports from Canada have cut seaborne imports from other countries, said an expert.