The Saudi Ministry of Health reported 2585 new cases of Coronavirus (COVID-19) during the past 24 hours, bringing the total number of infections recorded in the country to 562,437. In a statement, the Ministry said that two deaths have been record..
South African police said on Monday they had charged a man with arson over a fire that caused extensive damage to the national parliament building in Cape Town, as firefighters struggled to extinguish the last remains of the blaze. The fire broke ..
Saudi Arabia has decided to allow foreigners to run Saudi-owned companies. Okaz/Saudi Gazette has learned that the Ministry of Commerce has taken a decision in this regard. The Ministry of Justice has revoked the second paragraph of the ministeria..
The United Arab Emirates has announced that it will ban citizens who have not had three doses of a vaccine against Covid-19 from travelling abroad. Officials said the exit ban, which comes into force on 10 January, would not apply to those who are..
Sudanese Prime Minister Dr. Abdalla Hamdok announced Sunday evening his official resignation from his position. In a speech on the occasion of the 66th anniversary of Sudan's independence, Dr. Hamdok announced his resignation from office. He a..
CAPE TOWN, South Africa — On Sunday, firefighters battled a large fire at South Africa's Parliament complex, which blasted a dark column of smoke and flames into the air above the city of Cape Town and caused some of the building's ceil..
CITY OF VATICAN- On Saturday, Pope Francis used his New Year's speech to deliver a strong call to halt violence against women, calling it "insulting to God." Francis, 85, conducted Mass at St. Peter's Basilica on the solemnity of..
Adults who are terminally ill or have a permanent, disabling illness can make arrangements for an assisted death starting on Saturday. Parliament approved the new law in December, following a constitutional court ruling on the issue. The practi..
RIYADH, Saudi Arabia – The Ministry of the Interior warned on Thursday that individuals who regularly break the precautionary measures and preventive protocols to stop the spread of coronavirus will face stiff consequences. The ministry said..