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Hundreds of thousands of Muslims in holy cities as authorities announce no significant problems
Saudi Arabia confirms number of pilgrims allowed to perform Umrah, Haj will remain reduced for 3 years
Association of British Hujjaj UK urges action to end 'financial exploitation' of pilgrims
Authorities say extension for Umrah applications won’t cause overcrowding
Expansion work at Makkah's Grand Mosque prompts plan to reduce overseas pilgrims by 20%
Saudi Arabia has cut number of foreign pilgrims permitted to attend hajj by 20%
Ministry of Haj says decision is 'exceptional and temporary' amid holy sites expansion plan
The National Committee for Haj and Umrah voices concerns over duration of Umrah visas
Syrian Muslims raise rebel flags despite plea from Saudi Arabia's top cleric
Diplomatic spat continues over detention of female pilgrims for arriving unaccompanied by men
Saudi's King Abdulaziz Public Library provides photos, movies, models for event
Country's Muslims embraced spiritual revival after decades of authorities forcing all religions underground
Al Jamarat Project aims to safeguard the three million pilgrims that perform Hajj.
New report says hotel rooms to rise from 230,000 to 321,000 in five years.
Payment of SR1 million approved, king also sets up panel to investigate tragedies.
UPDATE 2: Another 900 rescued from rising waters caused by heaviest rain in years.
Officials finalise action plan details to cater for influx of visitors to the kingdom.
Hajj Committee says project will work at 35% capacity in 2010, completion set for 2011.
Saudi businessmen appeal to Hajj Ministry to consider compensation.
Haj Committee rules out banning citizens from attending Saudi pilgrimage.
Health ministry official says precautions taken to tackle influx of 2 million pilgrims
Saudi Arabia's Ministry of Culture and Information will invest a whopping US $11.1 million in high definition cameras from Hitachi as part of an ambitious project to begin HD broadcasts from Makkah and...
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