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- 06/15/15--14:00: _5 detained over fes...
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- 06/15/15--14:00: _Six caught trying ...
- 06/15/15--14:00: _Man executed for dr...
- 06/15/15--14:00: _Qur’an needs to be ...
- 06/15/15--14:00: _Naeem Khan receives...
- 06/15/15--14:00: _Fourteen lost years
- 06/15/15--14:00: _Water projects dama...
- 06/15/15--14:00: _Abandoned houses, c...
- 06/15/15--14:00: _Over 248,000 Burmes...
- 06/15/15--14:00: _Pharmacy students a...
- 06/15/15--14:00: _Woman prison sergea...
- 06/15/15--14:00: _Commerce Ministry t...
- 06/15/15--14:00: _Mental health compl...
- 06/15/15--14:00: _Balad Ramadan festi...
- 06/15/15--14:00: _Activist slams cour...
- 06/16/15--14:00: _Two speeding cars k...
- 06/16/15--14:00: _Arab expatriate dea...
- 06/16/15--14:00: _Crash kills man in ...
- 06/15/15--14:00: 5 detained over festival ruckus
- 06/15/15--14:00: Saudi saves child who fell in tank
- 06/15/15--14:00: Man ‘killed by brother’
- 06/15/15--14:00: Six caught trying to sneak into Jordan
- 06/15/15--14:00: Man executed for drug smuggling
- 06/15/15--14:00: Fourteen lost years
- 06/15/15--14:00: Water projects damaging Taif streets
- 06/15/15--14:00: Abandoned houses, cars threaten security of Asir
- 06/15/15--14:00: Over 248,000 Burmese to correct status by next month
- 06/15/15--14:00: Pharmacy students attend scientific day
- 06/15/15--14:00: Woman prison sergeant honored
- 06/15/15--14:00: Commerce Ministry to sponsor 1,000 scholarship students
- 06/15/15--14:00: Mental health complex in Riyadh suffering from insect infestations
- 06/15/15--14:00: Activist slams court letter rule for women’s passport
- 06/16/15--14:00: Two speeding cars kill students
- 06/16/15--14:00: Arab expatriate dead in accident
- 06/16/15--14:00: Crash kills man in Asir
TABUK — Police detained five Saudis accused of causing chaos at a flower and fruit festival. They were arrested when they started a big fight at the event. Police are still investigating the cause of the fight.
YANBU — A Saudi man rescued a 7-year-old child who fell inside an underground sanitation in Al-Sumairi District in Yanbu. Civil Defense rushed to the location but found the boy alive and well with his rescuer. The man told officers that he was walking on the street when he saw a group of children gathered around the tank and shouti
BISHA, Jazan — A Saudi man in his 20s was allegedly shot and killed in Tabala by his brother. According to police, the victim was killed when his brother shot him in the chest after an argument. The sibling fled from the scene but was arrested hours later. Police are still questioning him.
TABUK — Six people were arrested for trying to sneak through the border with Jordan into the neighboring country. All six people were arrested by Saudi border guards before they managed to cross over. They were all taken in for questioning and will be charged for violating border security rules.
SAKAKA — The Interior Ministry carried out the execution of a drug dealer in Sakaka. The Syrian smuggler was convicted of trying to smuggle in large quantities of methamphetamines, which is banned in the Kingdom. The smuggler was sentenced by court to death and the execution took place on Monday.
TAIF — The potholes and depressions that form in many Taif streets where local authorities are carrying out water works are posing a hazard to residents and road users because these organizations do not return the roads to their origi
Assistant secretary general OIC Ambassador Naeem Khan received Advisor to PM on Foreign Affairs and National Security at airport
Khalaf Al-Harbe Okaz The young men and women who join terrorist organizations these days are 15 or 16. This means that they were only a year old when the 9/11 attacks took place in the US. They we
TAIF — The potholes and depressions that form in many Taif streets where local authorities are carrying out water works are posing a hazard to residents and road users because these organizations do not return the roads to their original pristine state.
ABHA — Abandoned and ramshackle houses as well as deserted cars in Abha and Khamees Mushait districts are threatening the safety of local families, esp
MAKKAH — The 248,639 Burmese living in the Kingdom will have their residence status corrected by the end of July, Makkah Governorate has announced.
The governorate said so far as many as 80,000 of them have corrected their status in various par
Syeda Amtul Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — Dr. Hassan Shaibah, dean of Batterjee Medical College, inaugurated the institution’s third Scientific Day in the presence of vice deans and faculty members and with the participation of a number of specialists and pharmaceutical companie
RIYADH — A female prison sergeant has been honored for foiling an attempt to smuggle drugs into a Riyadh prison.
Sergeant Aisha Bint Jaber Al-Otaibi discovered hashish and other narcotics hidden in food a woman was taking to her inmate husband in the
Saudi Gazette report
RIYADH — The Ministry of Commerce and Industry will sponsor 1,000 scholarship students as part of the third phase of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques Scholarship Program that will start June 27.
Under an agreement signed in Riyadh on Sunday, the ministry will ens
Saudi Gazette report
RIYADH — Employees at Al-Amal Mental Health Complex complained about insects and cockroaches infesting their work environment, Al-Hayat reported.
An employee said cockroaches were breeding in inmates’ rooms and previous extermination attempts were ineffective.
Saleh Fareed Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — The 2nd Ramadan festival “Ramadanana Kida” (Our Ramadan Was Like This) will be launched in downtown Jeddah on the first day of the holy month and will continue until the fourth day of Eid Al-Fitr, according to organizers.“The f
Saudi Gazette report JEDDAH — A human rights activist has strongly criticized the complications put before Saudi women to obtain their own passports without the consent of their male guardians. Suhaila Zain Al-Abdeen, member of the National Society for Human Rights (NSHR), was responding
JAZAN — Two students died in an apparent hit-and-run after two speeding cars hit them while they were crossing the road. Jazan Traffic Department reported the students, Anas Mueed and his cousin Mueed Al-Qarni, were in middle school and crossing the road after school to go home. They tried to quickly cross the road but a car run over them and sped by. Sti
MAKKAH — An Arab expatriate died in a road accident and another man was severely injured. Makkah Red Crescent reported the injured victim suffered serious fractures and was taken to Prince Sultan Hospital.
ABHA — A man died and eight others were injured in a road accident involving two cars. Asir Red Crescent spokesman Ahmad Asiri said the survivors were all in one car and the victim in the other. The injured victims received medical treatment on the spot before being transported to hospital.