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Here's why adventure seekers should visit the Red Sea in 2023
This exclusive destination has a yearly visitor cap of 1 million - a fraction of the 93.5m Saudi welcomed in 2022.
Talks between Sudan's warring parties underway in Jeddah
As the conflict in Sudan entered its fourth week, the warring sides began talks in Saudi Arabia’s coastal city of Jeddah on Saturday that aim to firm up a shaky ceasefire.
Diriyah: Why you should visit the birthplace of Saudi Arabia in 2023
A €57 billion ‘giga project’ is transforming Diriyah into a city within Saudi’s capital.
Saudi Arabia could host peace talks with warring parties from Sudan
There are hopes that the two sides in the Sudan crisis could meet for peace talks in Saudi Arabia. However, there have also been warnings that fighting could break out again with very little warning.
Explore heritage, history and religion at the Islamic Art Biennale
Elise Morton recently returned from the world's first Islamic Art Biennale and discovered an exhibition divided into two experiences: Qiblah reflecting daily ritual of acts and faith, while Hijrah explores migration issues.
Saudi Arabia: Unprecedented hailstorm blocks roads in Al-Baha
The city of Al-Baha in Saudi Arabia has been transformed after a heavy hailstorm hit the region on Monday.
Meet the artistic director of the first ever Islamic Arts Biennale
The world's first Islamic Arts Biennale is running in Saudi Arabia as the country continues to diversify its interests and increase efforts, some say, to change perceptions. Discover more about Sumayya Vally, the exhibition and the South African woman artistically directing the show.
OPEC cuts could boost oil prices in Moscow's favour
The cuts in oil output have immediately pushed prices higher and are expected to boost gas prices, adding to strains in many countries where high fuel prices are a heavy burden.
When's the first day of Ramadan? A question dividing the Islamic world
Muslims around the globe are about to welcome their holiest month, Ramadan and devotees will begin 30 day long fasting period.
Saudi oil giant Aramco reports record profit of €151 billion for 2022
Aramco is the latest energy company to announce record earnings in 2022, helped by soaring energy prices following Russia's war in Ukraine.
Take a virtual hot air balloon trip over Saudi Arabia's ancient tombs
Saudi Arabia's Hegra Archaeological Site, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, has been recreated in the metaverse, offering virtual tours of its ancient tombs.
FIFA Club World Cup's new format launching in 2025 with 32 teams
The plan has been slammed by several football associations amid fears it threatens the welfare of the players by overloading an already crammed calendar.
Why MDLBEAST Soundstorm is the Middle East's biggest music festival
Over 700,000 enjoy headline acts from Tiesto, Marshmello, Post Malone, Bruno Mars and David Guetta, to name a few. This is MDLBEAST Soundstorm.
Mountaintops, flower men and folk art: Inside Saudi’s Aseer province
Explore Azeer's hipster cafes and hiking trails that are sure to take your breath away.
Here's how Cristiano Ronaldo may be allowed to break Saudi Arabia law
It's been reported that Cristiano Ronaldo and his girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez will be allowed to share a home in Saudi Arabia despite the Kingdom's laws which forbid unmarried couples from living together
Saudi Arabia jails two Wikipedia staff to 'control content'
Two Saudi Wikipedia administrators were jailed for 32 years and eight years in government efforts to control information, say NGOs.
Ronaldo welcomed in Riyadh by his new club Al Nassr
Football superstar Cristiano Ronaldo received a thunderous reception at a packed, 25,000-capacity Mrsool Park in Riyadh, which erupts in cheers and pyrotechnics as he appears in Al Nassr's yellow and blue kit.
'A new era': China's Xi hails Saudi Arabia visit
The meeting between the two leaders is being carefully watched by the United States, whose relations with the Gulf-state and the Asian superpower remain highly fractured
Actor Edward Norton calls for worldwide action on climate change
“We need to tell a better story about what's going on in the world and why we all need to get involved, actor Edward Norton tells Euronews Culture.
Australia face Argentina in knockouts, Mexico miss out on last-16
France progressed as Group D winners despite losing 1-0 to Tunisia at the Education City stadium, a fine Wabi Khazri goal just before the hour mark wasn't quite enough for them as Australia beat Denmark at the Al Janoub Stadium.