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Saudi Gazette Newspaper

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    Adnan Al-Shabrawi Okaz/Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — The police arrested the head of a gang of seven members for smuggling drugs into Briman Prison by hauling the drugs on an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (drone) and flying it past security into the prison. Briman Prison surveillance cameras recorded a drone hov

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    Saudi Gazette report MAKKAH — A number of pilgrims and visitors have confirmed that the Two Holy Mosques in Makkah and Madinah and their outside plazas (courtyards) are free of beggars, thanks to the efforts of all the concerned parties including the General Presidency for the Affairs of the Two Holy Mosques.

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       JEDDAH — Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman, second deputy premier and minister of defense, donated SR50 million to the Takaful (Solidarity) Fund in the armed forces and the Fighters’ Program. Maj. Gen. Dr. Mohammed Bin Abdulrahman Al-Saadan, director general for religious affairs at the armed forces, director gener

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       MAKKAH — A 14-year-old girl went missing on Saturday but the police were able to return her to her parents on Tuesday. Makkah Police reported the girl was with her grandmother at the Grand Mosque performing Taraweeh prayers. After the prayers, her grandmother rushed home to get her medicine thinking her granddaughter is right behind her. Whe

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       RIYADH — The Civil Defense refuted the rumor of a pregnant woman incinerated at a fire. Riyadh Civil Defense Media and Public Relations Director Abdullah Al-Harthy said there has been a photo spread on social media of an incinerated body with the caption that it was a pregnant woman. The photo being referred to was of a fire that happened on

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       JEDDAH — The police arrested a man for stealing two kilograms of gold from the jewelry store he works in. According to Makkah Police a Saudi businessman reported more than two kilograms of gold had been stolen from his store. The businessman reported he found the store door open, which means the thief had keys to open the front door, prior t

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      Saudi Gazette report  MAKKAH — The Grand Mosque Wheelchair Directorate arrested 3,022 people during the month of Ramadan for offering wheelchair rides in the Grand Mosque without the permission of the directorate, Al-Madinah reported. The directorate’s Director Mis

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      Saudi Gazette report  RIYADH — Saudi Courts have reviewed 27,526 cases in the Holy Month of Ramadan, according to the Ministry of Justice, Al-Hayat daily reported. Forty-five judges in 41 courts all over the country will be working during Eid Al-Fitr Holidays to handle urgent cases, th

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      The Presidency of Meteorology and Environment (PME) has accused the Jeddah Municipality of conducting land reclamation activities without permits in clear violation of the Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs’s directives. — Courtesy photo Saudi Gazette report   

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      Saudi Gazette report  MAKKAH – The precious stone market in Makkah has seen growth this year with the total sales of these stones reaching SR50 million in the Holy Month of Ramadan, Al-Hayat daily reported. Umrah performers are fond of such stones though some of them get

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      Yusuf Al-Muhaimeed Al-Jazirah   IT is commonly said in our country that if you travel to an unknown island in the Antarctica you will definitely find a Saudi family there. The presence of the Saudis all over the world makes me doubt the authenticity of the official statistics about the Kingdom's populatio

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      Khalid Al-Himaidi Okaz/Saudi Gazette  MAKKAH — The General Presidency of the Affairs of the Two Holy Mosques reported the Grand Mosque Third Expansion project will increase its capacity to include 1.6 million more worshippers, Al-Madinah reported. Deputy chief of

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       RIYADH — Dr. Nasser Dawood, Shoura Council member, criticized courts for continuing to issue documents proving a person is alive. He said this is an old tradition that is 80 years old and its implementation should be stopped, Al-Watan daily said. This comes at a time when 2,885 people were forced last year to go to 130 courts

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         JEDDAH — As the much-awaited Eid celebration is approaching, Tarfeeh Fakieh’s Al-Shallal Amusement Park has announced its readiness to welcome excited visitors.  With new comprehensive safety plans, a trained staff and thrilling attractions, visitors are goin

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          Saudi Gazette report  JEDDAH — The municipality could earn SR207 million a year by setting up 8,000 paid parking spaces, Al-Madinah reported.  Jeddah Municipality’s official spokesman Mohammad

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       Abdulmajeed Dawood Saudi Gazette  JEDDAH — Eid has drawn near and stalls for selling sweets and nuts have sprung up in all markets of the Kingdom. Owners of stalls and shops here have bedecked their stalls with lights and decorations of all colors so as to attract as many c

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       Jeddah Mayor Dr. Hani Muhammad Abu Ras is to open on Thursday night to traffic the bridge on the intersection between Prince Majed Road and Bani Malik Street. This project was previously scheduled to be inaugurated in the month of Shawwal. Abu Ras said the project is the 25th in five years within the municipality’s plan to ease traffic flow at majo

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      Abdulghani Al-Qash Makkah  First of all, we should enjoy Eid Al-Fitr festival but should not forget about our fellow Muslim brothers and sisters who live in conflict-stricken countries and are spending melancholic and grim Eids due to wars, protests, bomb blasts, and political turbulences. 

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    Deputy Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman, second deputy premier and minister of defense receives at Al-Safa Palace in Makkah on Wednesday night Jordanian Chief of Staff, General Mishaal Al-Zaban. They discussed bilateral relations and ways of enhancing them especially in the defense field. – SPA

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    MAKKAH — Deputy Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman, second deputy premier and minister of defense, received at Al-Safa Palace here on Wednesday night Yemen’s Chief of General Staff Maj. Gen. Muhammad Ali Al-Maqdashi. During the meeting, they discussed the situation in Yemen and the efforts being  exerted in Aden. Al-

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