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Saudi Gazette Newspaper

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       RIYADH — Two Saudi men were imprisoned and banned from travel for being involved in terrorist activities in Yemen. The penal court said one man was sentenced to two years and six months in prison and banned from travel for five years after his release for entering and exiting Yemen illegally and not telling authorities that his brother and s

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  •    South African Consul General Shoayb Casoo with Saudi Gazette Editor-in-Chief Somayya Jabarti during a visit to the newspaper’s office in Jeddah. — SG photo by Abdul Rahman M. Baig

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      Saudi Gazette report   DAMMAM — Petrochemicals giant Sipchem has started implementing six agreements for charitable work that were signed with various societies. A multi-specialization team from the company is working with these organizations to upgrade work efficiency and performance.

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      Abdullah Al-Jamili Al-Madina   THE Labor Ministry in recent statements said it would knock on the doors of countries exporting housemaids to sign contracts with them for the recruitment of labor. This is unbelievable. Our society is complaining about the rise of unemployment among its citizens, especially

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      Saudi Gazette report   MAKKAH — The Ministry of Haj has cut its electronic services to six Umrah services companies for leaving some of their pilgrims behind, Al-Madina reported. Deputy Minister of Haj Essa Rawas said the number of Umrah pilgrims this season has exceeded 5.4 million and the

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      Saudi Gazette report  RIYADH — The 35-year monopoly of the Saudi Public Transport Company (Saptco) over the land transport sector in the Kingdom may soon come to an end after the government reportedly started considering the possibility of letting other companies offer such services.

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      Saudi Gazette report   DAMMAM — Workers who carry out the ritual washing of the dead in the Eastern Province have threatened not to work on Friday and Saturday if they are not given overtime pay that has accumulated over the last five months. The municipality has decided to pay them all the

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      Adnan Al-Shabrawi Okaz/Saudi Gazette   JEDDAH — A total of 65,000 clients at the General Organization for Social Insurance (GOSI) were private sector employees receiving the Ministry of Social Affairs’ social insurance even though they were not eligible for it. A ministry sourc

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       RIYADH — The first day of the fasting month of Ramadan will be Thursday, June 18, a Saudi astronomer told Al-Riyadh on Tuesday. Mulhim Mohammed Hindi, a researcher at King Abdulaziz University's faculty of astronomical and space sciences, said the Ramadan moon this year will be born at 5.05 p.m. local time Tuesday, June 16, a

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       Two hundred and fifty pilgrims who came to perform Umrah as guests of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman completed their rituals after they arrived in Makkah on Monday evening. The pilgrims were from Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Singapore and Myanmar. Officials from the Ministry of Islamic Affairs, Endowments, Call and Guidance receive

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      Saudi Gazette report   DAMMAM — There are over 80 women running for the Eastern Province city council elections in August with at least 10 female candidates contesting places on each municipal committee, a social activist told Al-Hayat. Fowziyah Al-Hani of the “Baladi” campaign,

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      Saudi Gazette report   RIYADH – A Saudi man donated one of his kidneys and part of his liver to save the life of his three-year-old daughter, the Saudi Press Agency reported on Tuesday. A medical team from Riyadh’s King Abdullah Specialist Hospital for Children took 10 hours to surgic

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      Saudi Gazette report   RIYADH — A number of Shoura Council members and Arabic language specialists have called for implementing the draft Arabic Language Protection Law approved by the council more than a year ago, business daily Al-Eqtisadiah reported on Tuesday. Under the proposed law, al

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       JUBAIL — A man was executed on Tuesday for smuggling drugs into the Kingdom. The Eastern Province General Court said Syrian Mohammad Hasan Halawani was convicted of trying to bring a large amount of amphetamine pills into the country. In statements carried by the Saudi Press Agency, the ministry also said two Saudis murderers were executed i

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       TABUK — A housemaid from an African country committed suicide by poisoning herself in her sponsor’s home. Tabuk Police spokesman Lt. Gen. Khalid Al-Ghaban said officers were contacted by a Saudi man who told them his maid was in hospital because she had consumed poison. The woman later died. The medical report confirmed the cause of de

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       QURAYYAT — Police arrested 15 car drifters during the final exams period in Qurayyat, Al-Jouf Province. Local Traffic Department Director Col. Abdulaziz Al-Biraidhi said they were all detained and only released to take their exams before they were brought back to jail. Their length of detainment was based on whether they had been arrested be

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       ABHA — A woman in her 40s died after drinking two bottles of Clorox and cleaning detergents. Asir Police spokesman Col. Abdullah Bin Dhafran said officers were contacted by the hospital treating the woman, who was admitted to intensive care after consuming two bottles of bleach. The family of the victim said she went to the grocery store to

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       TABUK — A gang in Jordan is demanding a ransom of 5,000 Jordanian dinars (SR26,467) for a car they stole from a Saudi man on Saturday. Fayez Al-Enizi said he immediately reported the incident to the Saudi Embassy in Jordan and they contacted local police on his behalf. He said he expected the embassy to be more helpful and provide him with t

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       DHAMAD, Jazan — A house caught fire due to an electrical fault in the property, said firefighters. Dhamad Civil Defense reported they were able to extinguish the fire before it spread to other houses nearby. No one was injured but the house and its furniture suffered extensive damage.

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       BURAIDAH — Police seized 29 license plates sold unlawfully by an expatriate from an Asian country. Qassim Police said the man was arrested for selling the license plates of cars originally sold in the Gulf region for SR500 each. The expatriate was selling the license plates at a car showroom he worked in.

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