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Saudi Gazette Newspaper

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    Saudi Gazette report MADINAH — The Presidency for the Affairs of the Prophet’s Mosque is continuing its efforts to cover the courtyards of the Prophet’s Mosque with awning for the comfort of worshippers, Al-Watan daily reported. Fans erected on the pillars are playing an important role in reducin

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    Dr. Thoraya Obaid receives United Nations Population Fund Award in New York on Friday. The award, which was announced in April, was in recognition of her work in the fields of population, housing development, healthcare and women’s rights. Dr. Obaid was the first female Saudi nominated by the Kingdom for the presidency of an UN agency. She was also among the first group o

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    Saud Al-Shaibani Saudi Gazette RIYADH — A total of 1,351 terrorists belonging to Daesh (the self-proclaimed IS) have been arrested in various parts of the Kingdom over the past eight months. A source reported the terrorists make up 29 different nationalities, but most of them are Saudis.

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    Badea Abu Naja and Mishaal Al-Otaibi Saudi Gazette MAKKAH/RIYADH — The Civil Defense reequipped 27 temporary units and 36 permanent units in preparation for any emergency resulting from the crowdedness of Ramadan. Makkah Civil Defense Director Maj. Gen. Salim Al-Matrafi said Civil Defense officers are

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    Syeda Amtul Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — The third edition of the largest national Ramadan Exhibition for Productive Families organized by the Jeddah Chamber of Commerce and Industry (JCCI) in cooperation with the XS Company, which organizes specialized conferences and exhibitions, will be held at Jeddah Hilton Hall on Ju

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       TAIF — An Egyptian expatriate died while cleaning the water tank of an apartment building in Al-Wisam District. Taif Civil Defense received reports of a worker found unconscious inside a cistern, which had water a quarter of a meter deep. When the Civil Defense officers pulled him out they realized he was already dead. The Civil Defense ques

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       JAZAN — A two-and-a-half-year-old boy died in the water cistern of his home on Friday. Jazan Civil Defense deputy spokesman Capt. Mohammad Al-Samghan said the Civil Defense received on Saturday reports of a boy who has gone missing since Friday. Civil Defense officers searched the area and found the boy’s body in the house’s cist

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       HAIL — Three people were killed and 14 injured in three separate road accidents on Saturday. Hail Red Crescent spokesman Mohammad Al-Tayyar said the accidents happened at different hours and different locations. The Red Crescent was able to treat 13 of the injured victims.

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       TAIF — The police arrested two Saudi men for shooting another Saudi man after a fight broke out between them. Makkah Police spokesman Col. Ati Al-Qarashi said the victim, a man in his 40s, reported he was shot and wounded in his right foot. Police took him to Prince Sultan Hospital where he is recovering slowly. The suspects were also in the

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       TAIF — The Red Crescent reported there were 38,000 fatalities from road accidents in various parts of the Kingdom during the past five years. The Red Crescent reported the average annual rate of fatalities due to road accidents is 7,822. Riyadh is rated as the cities with the highest number of road accidents followed by Makkah. The rate of a

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  • 06/28/15--14:00: 8 hurt in Taif building fire

  •    TAIF — Eight people, including a Civil Defense officer, suffered from smoke inhalation in Al-Hawaya District of Taif. Civil Defense spokesman Nasser Al-Sharif said the fire broke out in a ground-floor apartment of a two-story building. Civil Defense firefighters extinguished the fire. Five of the victims were taken to King Faisal Hospital wh

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       MADINAH — Seven Indian pilgrims were injured after their bus toppled over. Madinah Red Crescent official spokesman Khalid Al-Sahly said three of the victims suffered severe injuries while the injuries of the other four were not serious. 

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      Adnan Al-Shabrawi Okaz/Saudi Gazette  JEDDAH — A Yemeni resident sued a Saudi expeditor claiming SR300,000 in compensation for failing to obtain him Saudi citizenship. The Yemeni man’s lawyer Khalid Al-Yafie said his client hired a Saudi woman as an expedito

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      Saudi Gazette report  JEDDAH — Japan's Consul General Matahiro Yamaguchi has highlighted the strategic relations that bind together his country and Saudi Arabia. He made the remarks in a statement to Saudi Gazette on the occasion of commemorating the 60th anniversary of

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      Layan Damanhouri Saudi Gazette  JEDDAH — One of the landmark bazaars of the year, Bisat Al-Reeh, concluded in Jeddah showcasing in the newest products of local designers and artists. Held between June 22 and 27 at Jeddah International Exhibition Center, Bisat Al-R

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      Saleh Fareed Saudi Gazette  JEDDAH — Along with the numerous cultural activities including folk plays, art and photography and traditional food that the “Ramdanana Kida” festival offers in Jeddah's historic Balad District, there is a wonderful handicrafts corner.

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      The public security department has deployed all its human and material resources for the protection of citizens and expatriates especially during the holy month of Ramadan. – SG photo Mishal Al-Otaibi Saudi Gazette   RIYADH &mdash

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      Yusuf Al-Muhaimeed Al-Jazirah   MEMBERS of the Shoura Council refused to endorse a draft law that would have further cemented our national integrity. The draft law included punishments for racism against any of the country's citizens who are all equal in the eyes of law. The members did not specify why exa

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      Saudi Gazette report  AL-KHOBAR — With the tourism season starting, hotels are requesting the Ministry of Labor to allow them to employ Saudi women as chefs, Al-Riyadh reported. Eastern Province Ministry of Labor Recruitment Director Omair Al-Zahrani said the ministry al

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      Badea Abu Al-Naja Saudi Gazette  MAKKAH — The General Presidency of the Affairs of the Two Holy Mosques has upgraded facilities in the Grand Mosque by installing new equipment and carrying out essential maintenance. Faris Al-Saadi, operations director in the Grand

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