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Saudi Gazette Newspaper

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    TAIF — A Saudi man was executed on Monday for murdering a compatriot. The Interior Ministry said the killer was Rami Al-Khaldi and the victim Raad Al-Hathali. Al-Khaldi stabbed his victim three times in the chest after a fight between them. The killer was sentenced to death by the Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court.

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  • 06/16/15--14:00: Asians caught hacking ATMs
  • RIYADH — A gang of Asians was arrested within 72 hours for placing hacking devices on various ATM machines in the city. Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency Deputy Governor Abdulaziz Al-Furaih said the gang installed a card reader in the slot where the ATM card is inserted, allowing them to copy the data of all cards inserted. They also installed a tiny camera t

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  • 06/16/15--14:00: Family dies in Najran crash

  • NAJRAN — A family of six died in an accident on the Najran-Al-Sharourah highway. Najran Red Crescent spokesman Saud Al-Duwais said they received reports of a crash involving a truck and a car. The paramedics recovered the bodies of three men, a child and two women from the wreckage. The victims were taken to the morgue.

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  • 06/16/15--14:00: Expired food products seized

  • The Ministry of Commerce and Industry in Riyadh seized more than 5,000 rotten food and other expired and fake products. The seized goods included medical and electrical equipment. In a statement, the ministry said it will continue monitoring the market to ensure no fake products are sold. It urged people to report any commercial fraud by calling its number 1900. — Okaz/SG

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    Abdullah Al-Ghamdi Okaz/Saudi Gazette RIYADH — All public girls schools would have a unified uniform starting next academic year 2015-16, the Ministry of Education announced on Monday. The ministry reported each school level would have a different uniform. Primary school students will wear a long-sleeved white blous

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    JEDDAH — A team from the Consulate General of India is scheduled to visit Jazan and Najran on Friday (June 19) to provide consular services (limited to attestation and passport services not provided by outsourcing agencies) to Indian nationals. In Jazan, the team will put up its office at Hotel Adnan (Phone: 017-3217777 and 3171641) and will work from 8.3

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    Saudi Gazette report RIYADH — Four injured Saudi survivors of terrorist attacks that occurred recently in the Eastern Province are to receive medical treatment in Germany. Two of the Saudi patients and their accompanying relatives have already arrived in the country in order to be treated at the specialized Vivantes medica

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  • 06/16/15--14:00: Reception for Ex-Member

  • The Pakistan International School-Aziziyah Jeddah Old Boys Association’s (PISJOBA) ex-member Qazi Munir Latif, who came after 25 years to Saudi Arabia to perform Umrah and visit to Prophet’s Mosque in Madinah, was given a reception at a local restaurant in Jeddah recently. Several senior members attended the reception, which was hosted by social activist and executi

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    JEDDAH — Alpha Cargo Services Company Ltd, which had introduced the city check-in services for Hajis in 2012, successfully carried out the services to its two new partners Biman Bangladesh Airways and Fly Nas. Alpha Cargo’s airline partners have lauded the city check-in services for a streamlined and commendable job. Al

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    Mir Mohsin Ali Saudi Gazette RIYADH — He came. He saw. He conquered. The youngest poet of “Shaam E Imran,” Mushaira (poetic symposium), at a mere 28 years of age proved that the fine art of Urdu poetry rendition is not just for the old and wise. Imran Pratapgarhi’s confident style an

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  • 06/16/15--14:00: 'Steps for Change'

  • The Saudi Society at the UK's Coventry University held a special function to mark the end of its annual session. During the function, Shadi Abdulaziz Badawood, presenter of the TV program "Steps of Change" delivered a lecture highlighting the significance of keeping pace with change. He asked Saudi students studying in Britain and elsewhere to confront

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    Syed Mussarat Khalil Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — “I feel honored for being chief guest in this prestigious event and I would also like to clarify that I was never an ambassador though I served in Saudi diplomatic mission for about four decades including Pakistan, Bangladesh and Turkey where I was consul general,&rd

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    DAMMAM — The International Indian School, Dammam marked the Annual Awards Presentation Ceremony in a colorful event organized at the Boys Section Indoor Hall. A goodly gathering of community members, teachers, student awardees and their parents were present. Hemant Kotalwar, Charge d’ Affaires of Embassy of India, Riyad

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    Hassan Cheruppa Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — The recently held MES Al-Abeer Educity ESEL 2014-2015 Award distribution ceremony turned into a brainstorming session on how to prepare the younger generation to cope with the innumerable challenges that they might face in the life by enabling them to acquire life skills

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    Saudi Gazette report JEDDAH — Aditya Andotra from New Al Wurood International School Jeddah (9 & 10 classes) and Usaid Saud Changan of International Indian School, Jeddah (11 & 12) emerged as champions in the boys’ category while Mahira Subair of Mahd Al Uloom International School Jeddah (9 & 10) and Din

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    JEDDAH — The two-day workshops and contests, themed “Discover the Leader in You,” saw speakers captivating the audience with their oratory skills at the Grand Batterjee Medical College Auditorium. The highlight of the event were four enthralling contests, Humorous Speech, Table Topic, Evaluation, International Speech Contests an

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    Faisal Bin Abdulrahman Al-Humaid, director general of Namaa Charity Organization (right) and Saleem Al-Faidi, the organization’s media and public relations director, at a press conference in Jeddah on Monday. — Courtesy photo Saleh Fareed Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — Namaa Charity Org

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    Badea Abu Al-Naja Saudi Gazette MAKKAH — The Al-Bir Charity Organization will implement a number of welfare programs during Ramadan including the distribution of more than 150,000 hot meals, its chairman Tariq Bin Saleh Jamal said. He told Saudi Gazette that the organization would also distribute larg

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    Fatima Muhammad Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — The head of Jeddah Health Affairs has called on all medical staff working in health monitoring centers at King Abdulaziz International Airport to implement health regulations and monitoring restrictions at airport terminals. Mubarak Al-Asiri also called on monito

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    Samar Al-Mogren Al-Jazirah I read the statement of Maj. Gen. Sulaiman Al-Yahya, director general of Passports Department, on plans to introduce new controls for the travel of Saudi women without the permission of their guardians. However, the statement did not give any details except that a letter should be issued by the court specifying

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