Saudi Arabia’s labor crackdown continues

The current expulsion of labor should drive out more than 2 million migrants will have departed from the Kingdom. Until recently, 9 million of the kingdom's 30 million residents were non-Saudis, … [Read more...]

Fake degree business continues to flourish

JEDDAH- Saudi Shoura Council member Muwafiq Al Ruwaili has claimed that about 7,000 people in the Kingdom held fake degrees and certificates, including public Kingdom’s officials. It had been said … [Read more...]

Removal of beggars from Jeddah

According to Saudi official, around 10,498 beggars have been arrested in Jeddah this year. Out of 42 of the 10,498 arrested their foreigners. The arrests were made thanks to efforts of the regular … [Read more...]

Haal launches new store Jeddah

Jeddah- Saudi Arabia ladies can now can enjoy modern abayas from Haal Inc.'s newely opened store in Jeddah. During the grand opening event, Haal Inc.'s showcased five new designs of their upcoming … [Read more...]

Frilly footworks for this winter

Pretty embodied, magnificently shaped and even bolder heel heights are in offer by top fashion designers for this winter season. Charlotte Olympia Dolly Rose moss velvet with rose-thicken … [Read more...]

Shoes Obsession: Extravagant Forms

The Shoe Obsession exhibition at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York has produced a frag-ship publication by the Yale University Press. This fabulously illustrated book explores a … [Read more...]

$1.1 million pleasure “Dune Buggy” Youabian Puma wins the Los Angeles Auto Show

The Youabian Puma was created with one goal in mind: "To stand out and be unique." Unveiled at this week's 10-days Los Angeles Auto Show, the long and large four-seater has drawn more attention than … [Read more...]

KACST harvests 2 patents from the Korean Intellectual Property Office (KIPO)

King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology (KACST) represented by the National Robotics and Intelligent Systems Center gained two patents from the Korean Intellectual Property Office (KIPO); the … [Read more...]

Saudi religious police arrests ‘free hugs’ campaigners

RIYADH- ‘Free Hugs’ movement offers care to strangers in the Kingdom’s public places, to help needed and lighten their daily lives. The campaign was born after Bandr al-Swed released a video of him … [Read more...]

Saudi Arabia welcomed to UN Human Rights Council

Saudi Arabia awarded a three-year terms seat on the 47-member Human Rights Council (UNHRC) in New York on Tuesday November 12. Image for illustration purpose only Other countries elected to the UN … [Read more...]