PHOTOS: Snow covers Jabal al-Lawz in northwest Saudi Arabia

Saturday, 6 January 2018

Photos of Jabal al-Lawz, in Tabuk in northwest Saudi Arabia, covered in snow were widely shared by Saudis on social media. Snow covers Jabal al-Lawz every year as temperatures drop. However, it does not last for a long time as it melts after two or three days. Other areas where snowfall occurs  are northern areas in Arar, Jalamid and Turaif.

Extreme cold weather predicted in parts of Saudi Arabia this week

Sunday, 3 December 2017

The General Authority for Meteorology and Environment Protection predicted that the Saudi Arabia will be affected by a cold air mass with significant lowtemperatures that would reach below 0° C. This cold weather will affect especially the northern parts of Saudi Arabia - Tabuk, Jouf, and Hail - from next Wednesday and would extend to the northern parts of Central and Eastern regions by Thursday. The meteorological agency pointed out that this low temperature would be accompanied by wind ...

Saudi dad given wrong baby refuses hospital apology

Tuesday, 28 February 2017

A Saudi dad who was accidentally given the wrong baby, when he was handed a baby boy, instead of his newborn daughter, has said he doesn’t accept the apology from Health Affairs in Tabuk city. “The apology would have been acceptable if the swap was a mistake between two boys,” the girl’s father, Fahd al-Attar, said. “But it is utterly unacceptable to swap a girl for a boy,” he added. Al-Attar said that he will insist on pursuing his legal rights until he gets ...

Saudi Arabia captures ISIS suspect wanted for killing soldier

Saturday, 26 November 2016

Hail Za'al Mohammed al-Atwi pledged allegiance to ISIS and was arrested by authorities for killing Saudi soldier Abdullah Nasser al-Rashidi

Find out which Saudi city has the most smokers

Sunday, 13 November 2016

It was revealed that the smokers’ average age at 15 years at about 32 percent of Tabuk’s population

Saudi Electricity signs deal for integrated gas/solar plant

Tuesday, 30 December 2014

State-owned utility Saudi Electricity Co signed on Tuesday a contract worth 1 billion riyals ($267 million) to buy generators for the kingdom's first fossil fuel-fired power plant that will also produce solar energy. The 550-megawatt integrated solar combined cycle (ISCC) plant will primarily burn natural gas, but will generate 50 MW of solar energy to increase fuel efficiency at the planned facility near Tabuk on the Red Sea coast. SEC did not name the company which will supply generating ...

Saudi mother: body parts retrieved from well not my daughter’s

Tuesday, 14 January 2014

Six-year-old Lama al-Rougi died some time after falling into a well in the Tabuk area of Saudi Arabia

Body parts of six-year-old girl retrieved from well in Saudi Arabia

Tuesday, 7 January 2014

The little girl died after falling into the abandoned well on Dec. 20

Family of Saudi girl trapped in well insists on extrication of her body

Tuesday, 7 January 2014

Lama fell into the 100-meter deep artesian well while picnicking with her family in Haql governorate

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