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Saudi Gazette Newspaper

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      Saudi Gazette report  JEDDAH — As part of its Corporate Social Responsibility, SEDCO Holding Group launched ‘Volunteer Your Skills’ program this Ramadan. It essentially relies on the goodwill and spirit of its employees. The group held two distinct initiatives to shape the

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      Saudi Gazette report  RIYADH — The Ministry of Justice reported there have been 507 lawsuits calling for travel ban during the past nine months. The reports showed an increase in comparison to the same nine months of last year when lawsuits calling for travel ban reached

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      Saudi Gazette report  DAMMAM — The Ministry of Justice has reported that there were six cases of forced marriages thus far this year. A source from the ministry said Riyadh and Eastern Province have two cases of forced marriages each, Al-Hayat said.“Qassim and Mak

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      Samar Al-Mogren Al-Jazirah   I FEEL nauseated whenever I pass through a main street or branch street with trash boxes overflowing with open plastic bags and from where odor is spreading around. This is quite different from the situation in the United States and other Western countries. There, one would not smell bad when

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      Saudi Gazette report  HAIL — The police here have arrested two supervisors of a cleaning company on charges of exploiting street cleaners during the holy month of Ramadan. They are accused of driving the street cleaners to beg by asking each one of them to pay SR2,000 before the end of

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      Badea Abu Al-Najah Saudi Gazette  MAKKAH — A total of 12 plasma screens have been installed outside of the Grand Mosque to broadcast any announcements or reminders to the pilgrims. Sheikh Abdulrahman Al-Sudais, chief of the Presidency of the Affairs of the Two Hol

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      Saleh Fareed Saudi Gazette   JEDDAH — After a grueling night of prayers and supplications during the last ten days of Ramadan, one wishes to lie down a bit to be ready for the day's work. But some retailers are hoping to entice their customers out of bed and into stores as early

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      Badea Abu Al-Naja Saudi Gazette   MAKKAH – Civil Defense personnel rescued eight workers who were trapped under the debris of a collapsed building under construction in Makkah on Sunday. Six workers were taken to King Abdulaziz Hospital in Zahir while two others were given first aid

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      Adnan Al-Shabrawi Okaz/Saudi Gazette   JEDDAH — About 18,000 women employees in private sector have applied for social insurance during the past two weeks claiming their employment was only fake Saudization and only meant to circumvent the Nitaqat system. A source said 115 social ins

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       MAKKAH — Nine workers were injured after a ceiling at a construction site collapsed on them on Sunday. Makkah Civil Defense spokesman Col. Saeed Sarhan said the victims were working at Makkah Traffic Department construction site when the ceiling of an under-construction building collapsed on them. The building consisted of fo

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       JEDDAH — Authorities seized 99 heroin capsules and 427 grams of another illegal substance at Jeddah airport. Mohammad Al-Aqeel, King Abdulaziz International Airport Custom Control director, said there were two separate smuggling attempts. The first attempt was by a traveler who was frisked thoroughly when he acted suspiciousl

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  •    JAZAN — A Saudi man was injured after a missile fell near his house on Sunday. Jazan Civil Defense spokesman Capt. Yahya Al-Qahtani said the missile was from Yemen and the victim was taken to the hospital. Security authorities are all closely protecting the citizens living on the borders of Yemen and Saudi Arabia and there ar

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       JAZAN — The municipality seized more than 1,200 pieces of Lahoh (Egyptian bread) prepared in an unlicensed kitchen. The municipality found that several Ethiopians turned their residence illegally into a kitchen and warehouse to prepare and store Lahoh. The municipality seized more than 50 sacks of flour and 18

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       HAFR AL-BATIN — Three warehouses caught fire on Sunday. Eastern Province Civil Defense spokesman Col. Mansour Al-Dowsary said the warehouses had furniture, sponge and wood. The warehouses spanned 3,600 sq. meters. Meanwhile, a toy store and a furniture shop caught fire in Jazan. Civil Defense spokesman Capt. Yahya Al-Qahtani

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       JAZAN — The Al-Mujahideen Force found mortar bombs in Al-Harth Governorate on Saturday. Jazan Al-Mujahideen spokesman Khalid Qaziz said the officers found a sealed wooden box in Liyah Valley.  The box was partially buried and they had to dig it out. Once they opened it, they found a number of 81-mm mortar bombs inside.

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      Ibrahim Alawi Okaz/Saudi Gazette   JEDDAH — Almansak, the official Haj awareness and direction website, announced registration for Haj will begin after Eid Al-Fitr and warned against fraudulent Haj websites and service providers. Almansak supervisor Khalid Al-Oufi warned against the

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      Muhammad Al-Dibaisi Makkah daily   SINCE 2005, people with special needs have been waiting for the authorities concerned to implement the royal order to distribute vehicles with special specifications to help the physically challenged carry out their daily tasks. However, arrangements and preparations hav

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      Badea Abu Al-Najah Saudi Gazette   MAKKAH — In a municipality crackdown on illegal vendors, 15 African street sellers were arrested for selling food prepared in unlicensed kitchens. The municipality inspectors carried out the raid in Al-Hafayer District behind Queer Courtyard  i

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      Saudi Gazette report   RIYADH — The National Society for Human Rights has taken up 40,321 cases during the past 11 years. The reports also revealed that 63 percent of the cases were reported by men while 37 percent of the cases were reported by women. Most of the reported cases were related

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      Saudi Gazette report   MADINAH — Security officers stationed outside and in the Prophet’s Mosque have helped 1,800 lost children find their parents since the beginning of the holy month of Ramadan, Al-Watan daily reported. Most children get lost during Taraweeh (special Ramadan prayers) and Tahajjud (late night pray

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