Several countries had representatives at the ceremony commemorating the end of World War I, officials from the French foreign ministry said. The identities of the victims remain unclear
The assault took place the same day as three people were killed in a knife attack at a church in the French city of Nice
Saudi Arabia reluctant to accept Pakistan's request for immediate OIC meeting on Kashmir, says media report
Pakistan prime minister Imran Khan voiced frustration over the OIC's silence on Kashmir
Saudi Arabia denies reports of Indian nurse being infected by coronavirus, says no cases of virus in Kingdom so far
A Saudi health ministry affiliate said on Thursday there were no cases of coronavirus in the kingdom, denying earlier reports of an expatriate resident being infected.
Kerala nurse working in Saudi Arabia not infected by Wuhan coronavirus, says Indian Consulate in Jeddah
Amid reports that a woman from Kerala working in Saudi Arabia had tested positive for the deadly coronavirus (2019-nCoV)(Wuhan), the Indian Consulate in Jeddah on Thursday tweeted a clarification saying that she had been infected by another strain of the coronavirus, namely the 'Middle East Respiratory Syndrome coronavirus' (MERS-CoV).
Spanish Super Cup: Barcelona’s bus gets lost in Saudi Arabia en route to training ground ahead of match against Atletico Madrid
Barcelona were to train at local side Al-Ittihad Club’s training ground, but the driver instead took them to the King Abdullah Sport City Stadium where Super Cup matches are taking place.
The Pentagon said Friday it has approved the deployment of 3,000 additional troops and military hardware to Saudi Arabia
Iran oil tanker hit by two missiles in Red Sea off Saudi coast; incident raises tensions between Tehran and Riyadh
The tanker, which was set ablaze, suffered heavy damage and crude had leaked after it was struck in the early morning about 96 km from Jeddah.
Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said this after chairing a review meeting organised on the completion of Hajj 2019 where he took stock of the preparations for next year's pilgrimage
Tributes poured in across social media for Major General Abdulaziz al-Fagham, with many including images of the Saudi Arabian king's bodyguard at work
Billy Dib has replaced the Indian Neeraj Goyat to fight two-time world champion Amir Khan for the WBC World Welterweight Championship title in Jeddah
First batch of Hajj pilgrims from Srinagar leaves for Saudi Arabia; around 11,700 men and women to undertake Mecca pilgrimage this year
The first batch of 11,000 pilgrims from Jammu and Kashmir left for Jeddah, Saudi Arabia on Thursday to perform this year's Hajj pilgrimage. The passengers will first go to Delhi and afterwards will board the direct flight to Jeddah. The Hajj is an annual Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca, Saudi Arabia, the holiest city for Muslims.
Neeraj Goyat 'inspired' by Indian cricket team's performance against Pakistan, vows to beat British-Pakistani boxer Amir Khan
Indian boxer Neeraj Goyat vows to beat British-Pakistani boxer Amir Khan and continue the good work started by the Indian cricket team against Pakistan.
India vs Pakistan, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: Boxer Amir Khan offers to help Pakistan cricket team improve fitness levels
Pakistan's cricket team has been offered help by British boxing star Amir Khan who says he can assist the team in improving its fitness
Unidentified ‘projectile’ fired by Yemeni rebels injures 26 at Saudi Arabia’s Abha airport; one Indian among wounded
A Yemeni rebel missile attack on Abha airport in south-western Saudi Arabia wounded 26 civilians on Wednesday, the Saudi-led coalition fighting the rebels said
To reach 'long-term arrangement', Saudi Arabia gave Jamal Khashoggi's children $4-million homes, $10,000 per month: Report
Salah, the eldest of Jamal Khashoggi's children, plans to continue living in the kingdom, while the others, who live in the United States, are expected to sell the homes
Persecuted in Myanmar, chased away by India and Saudi Arabia, Rohingya seek elusive home in cramped camps of Bangladesh
Persecuted, killed and gang -raped, Rohingya fled in thousands from Myanmar to neighbouring countries of India, Bangladesh and Saudi Arabia
Women throng King Abdullah Sports City stadium amid entry restrictions in Saudi's Jeddah; Italy football league president hails turnout
With painted faces and banners, female football fans entered the King Abdullah Sports City stadium in Jeddah city to watch the Italian Super Cup. They entered through designated turnstiles for "families", with solo women barred from purchasing tickets.
Jet Airways in codeshare pact with Saudi carrier Flynas; debt-laden airline extends reach into Arab nation
As part of the agreement, Jet Airways will place its marketing code '9W' on Flynas flights between the gateway cities of Dammam, Jeddah and Riyadh.
Saudi Arabia says DNA test confirms 2016 Jeddah suicide bomber was Indian national; attack injured two people
Saudi Arabia has reportedly identified the suicide bomber who blew himself outside the US consulate in Jeddah in 2016.