Saudi Arabia’s first cinema in more than 35 years will open on April 18 in Riyadh, after agreeing with AMC Entertainment Holdings to open up to 40 theatres over the next five years.
Cambodia’s Davis Cup team returns home after suffering relegation to group IV of the Davis Cup Asia/Oceania zone.
Bin Salman pulls out of touring a mega-campus for tech startups in Paris.
Saudi Arabia plans to consolidate consultancy services for infrastructure projects.
Cambodian embassies in 3 countries have repatriated 16 Cambodians worker.
A third Cambodian woman was repatriated from Saudi Arabia on Monday after she worked there as a maid without pay.
Tens of thousands of Huthi rebel supporters demonstrated in Yemen’s capital to mark three years of war.
Saudi Arabia will develop a nuclear bomb if its arch-rival Iran does so, says crown prince.
Nearly 100,000 Cambodians were sent to work overseas last year, an increase of 12.6% compared with the previous year.
Death of Indian actress highlights the issue of deceased migrant workers in the Gulf.
Saudi Arabia has replaces some of its top military officers in a series of personnel changes that elevate a younger generation.
Anti-human trafficking police arrests the nephew of a former government official linked to the trafficking of labourers in Saudi Arabia.
Labour Ministry re-examines the sending of Cambodian workers to Saudi to ensure the good working conditions.
Two Cambodian maids are reportedly cheated by brokers to return back.
A maid was repatriated from Saudi Arabia yesterday after being trapped there working for 13 years without wages.
A Cambodian maid was repatriated from Saudi Arabia on Thursday after being trapped there working for 13 years without being paid a wage. Eng Pov, 38, from Tbong Khum province, said she was sent to…
A fifth night of unrest saw six protesters killed during an attack on a police station in Qahderijan.
The crown prince lifts a decades-long ban on cinemas in the ultra-conservative kingdom.
Oil producers are expected to unanimously extend a production cut accord.
United Nations warns without aid, Yemen famine will cause “millions of victims”.