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  2. Majid bin Abdullah Al Qasabi - Wikipedia

    Salman (2020–2022) Mohammad bin Salman (2022–present) Preceded by. Turki Al-Shabanah. Personal details. Born. 1960 (age 63–64) Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Majid bin Abdullah Al Qasabi is the Minister of Commerce and former acting Minister of Media of Saudi Arabia .

  3. Khobar - Wikipedia

    Khobar (Arabic: ٱلْخُبَر, romanized: al-Khubar) is a city and governorate in the Eastern Province of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, situated on the coast of the Persian Gulf. With a population of 409,549 as of 2022 in the city core and 658,550 in the governorate, [1] Khobar is part of the 'Triplet Cities' area, or Dammam metropolitan area ...

  4. Ministry of Commerce (Saudi Arabia) - Wikipedia

    The Ministry of Commerce ( MC; Arabic: وزارة التجارة) is a cabinet-level government ministry of Saudi Arabia responsible for both commerce and investment sectors in the kingdom. [1] Its responsibilities include the development and implementation of policies and mechanisms that govern the sectors of commerce and Investment. [1]

  5. Al-Kharj - Wikipedia

    Al-Kharj. /  24.148333°N 47.305000°E  / 24.148333; 47.305000. Kharj ( Arabic: الخرج) is a governorate in central Saudi Arabia. It is one of the important governorates in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Located in the southeast of the capital Riyadh, it covers an area of 19,790 km2 ~ 4,890,215.5 acres, and has a population of 376,325 ...

  6. Al-Qassim Province - Wikipedia

    ISO 3166-2. 05. The Qassim Province ( Arabic: منطقة القصيم Minṭaqat al-Qaṣīm [alqɑˈsˤiːm], Najdi Arabic: [elgəˈsˤiːm] ), also known as the Qassim Region, is one of the 13 provinces of Saudi Arabia. Located at the heart of the country near the geographic center of the Arabian Peninsula, it has a population of 1,336,179 ...

  7. Dammam metropolitan area - Wikipedia

    Dammam metropolitan area. / 26.4207; 50.0888. The Dammam metropolitan area, or Greater Dammam, is the largest metropolitan area in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia. It consists of "The Triplet Cities" of Dammam, Khobar, Dhahran, Qatif and their vicinities. It had a population of 2,742,800 as of the 2022 census. [1]

  8. 2004 Khobar massacre - Wikipedia

    2004 Khobar Massacre. On 29 May 2004, a Saturday, four men armed with guns and bombs attacked two oil industry installations and a residential compound, in Al-Khobar, Saudi Arabia —the hub of the Saudi oil industry. [1] Over approximately 25 hours, the gunmen, describing themselves as members of "The Jerusalem Squadron" or "Jerusalem Brigade ...

  9. Khobar Towers bombing - Wikipedia

    The Khobar Towers bombing was a terrorist attack on part of a housing complex in the city of Khobar, Saudi Arabia, near the national oil company ( Saudi Aramco) headquarters of Dhahran and nearby King Abdulaziz Air Base on 25 June 1996. At that time, Khobar Towers was being used as living quarters for coalition forces who were assigned to ...