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RAK Airways is airborne again

Ras Al Khaimah-based RAK Airways restarted flights on Sunday, after over a year of suspension, with trips to Saudi


Sharjah residents sweat it out

Residents of several pockets in the Sharjah Industrial Area spent several hours without power on Monday. Power failed

Kaaba dressed in SR20m silk cover

Saudi Arabia has completed the preparation of a SR20-million traditional dress that will envelope Kaaba, the most

UAE Haj mission arrives in Makkah

The official UAE Haj mission, headed by Mohammed Obaid Al Mazrouei, arrived in Makkah on Saturday and performed Umrah

Jeddah to get $5.6bn light rail system

The traffic-congested Red Sea city of Jeddah will build an elevated light rail system worth SR21 billion ($5.6 billion)


600,000 offer Ramadan prayers in Makkah

Some 600,000 Muslims crowded into the Grand Mosque in Islam's holiest city of Makkah for prayers on the last Friday of


Saudi questions suspects in teen pilgrims's death

Four men are being questioned in Saudi Arabia in connection with the possible rape and murder of an Algerian teenage

Meningitis vaccine gets registration

An important vaccine that prevents meningococcal disease – a life-threatening infection that is used to describe

GCC residents can apply for tourist visa to Saudi Arabia regardless of profession

Residents in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries can now attain a Saudi tourist visa regardless of their

7th mass wedding: 45 Dewa employees marry

Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa) organised its seventh mass wedding initiative with over 45 Dewa employees

Saudi hikes visa fees: Who's exempted?

Private sector companies are gearing up to bear the additional corporate travel expenses as Saudi Arabia’s cabinet has

Saudi recruits over 350,000 people to serve Hajj pilgrims

Saudi Hajj authorities have recruited more than 350,000 people from various sectors to serve the pilgrims during this