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Saudi Gazette Newspaper

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  • 07/21/15--14:00: Drugs and gun seized

  • TAIF — The Taif police seized drugs and a gun found in a car on Sunday. Taif Police reported a car, driven by a Saudi, without a license plate was spotted and stopped by the border for inspection. Taif police also reported finding six cigarettes with hashish stuffed inside them and an unlicensed gun. The police also found 107 bullets for the seized gun an

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    MAKKAH — The Civil Defense extinguished a fire that engulfed a warehouse for car parts south of Makkah. Makkah Civil Defense spokesman Col. Saeed Sarhan said a fire engulfed a warehouse in Al-Khawajat Street south east Makkah. The fire covered an area of 25 x 84 meters. The Civil Defense found several flammable products inside the warehouse such as paint

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  • 07/21/15--14:00: Stray camel causes death

  • TABUK  — A man died and another was injured after their car hit a stray camel on Sunday injuring the camel as well. Tabuk Red Crescent spokesman Khalid Al-Enizi said the Red Crescent received reports of a road accident resulting in the death of a man, injury to another and a hurt stray camel. The Red Crescent took the deceased victim to the morgue an

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    Renad Ghanem Saudi Gazette JEDDAH —  A woman does not need to be rich to sparkle. And during this Eid many resorted to gold-plated jewelry to show off a variety of wares on different occasions over the festive days. Gold plated pieces of jewelry, which looks very much like real pieces of gold nec

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    Talib Bin Mahfouz Okaz/Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — The Muslim World League  (MWL) will organize its 16th conference on Muslim Youth and New Media, which will be held on September 16-17. MWL General Secretary Abdullah Al-Turki said the conference looks into five topics. “The conference will discu

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    Saudi Gazette report DAMMAM — The Custom Control reported counterfeit car parts might constitute 45 percent of the local market, Al-Hayat reported. A source reported that seven years ago the counterfeit car parts in the local market constituted 75 percent.“The Custom Control was able to stem the proli

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    Sara Mattar Al-Hayat Every time I read about or watch a young man exploding himself killing a number of innocent people and leaving behind victims who have never expected to die in this tragic way, I ask if the reason for this brutal act was the wish of the suicide bomber to reach the houris (nymphs) in paradise very quickly.

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    RIYADH — Swansea University has awarded an Honorary LLD Degree (Doctor of Laws) to Professor Dr. Badran Al Omar, alumnus of Swansea University and Rector of King Saud University, the leading knowledge-sharing University in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Professor Al Omar was presented with the award on Monday (July 20) during the graduation c

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    JEDDAH — Eid Al-Fitr has proven to be a boon for the conventional toys market as it overturned a slow period of sales of the past months by entering positive territory with brisk sales in the last five days of Ramadan, and even during the Eid holidays, Al-Madina Arabic daily said. Slick marketing with the use of satellite TV channels, stock

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    Saudi Gazette report RIYADH — The Ministry of Interior reported on Sunday that 673 non-Saudi prisoners have been incarcerated in Saudi Arabia so far, Al-Hayat reported. A source from the ministry reported the non-Saudi prisoners are from various parts of the world including Arabs and non-Arabs.

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    Moda Al-Khalaf, former assistant to the Saudi cultural attache for the cultural and social affairs in Washington, seen with her co-workers in this file photo, has vowed to go to court to file complaints against tweeters accusing her of financial and ethical corruption. — Okaz/SG photo Ahmed Muaidi Okaz / Saudi Gazette

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    DAMMAM — Police arrested 2,532 illegal expatriates in the Eastern Province during the security crackdown that lasted for months. Eastern Province Police spokesman Col. Ziyad Al-Reqaiti said the police ran an inspection campaign in cooperation with the Labor Office and the Commission for the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice. The campaign covered

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    TABUK — Six people were arrested as they were allegedly trying to sneak into the Kingdom from Jordan. Tabuk Border Guards spokesman Marine Maj. Gen. Abdullah Al-Gharir said the Border Guards arrested the six men on Tuesday and Monday. They were sent to the pertinent authorities for processing.

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    MADINAH — Three people were injured in a road accident north of Madinah and rescue efforts were delayed due to people crowding the accident site. Madinah Red Crescent spokesman Khalid Al-Sahly said two of the victims were in critical condition and the third victim sustained injuries that were not serious. The Red Crescent was trying to save the victims vi

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    BAHA — A group of people playing with fireworks started a huge fire in a hilly area of Baha Province. Baha Civil Defense Deputy Director Lt. Gen. Abdulrahman Al-Ghamdi said the Civil Defense received reports of a fire in a mountain in Batinah Village. Firefighters were able to douse the fire that spread quickly in the dry bushes because of strong winds.

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    Waqar Naseem Wamiq RIYADH — A mango party was hosted by Sarhan Mustafa , program manager of Bazm-e Riaz. Head of Chancery of Pakistan Embassy Abbas Sarwar Qureshi was the chief guest of the occasion. Mango is considered to be the king of fruits and the national fruit of Pakistan. It’s aroma attracts in

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    Waqar Naseem Wamiq RIYADH — Versatile & Intellective Productions (VIP) recently hosted a dinner in honor of the Head of Chancery (HOC) Pakistan Embassy Abbas Sarwar Qureshi at Outback Steakhouse Restaurant’s VIP lounge. Director of VIP Omair Sheikh highly praised the contributions of the HOC and sa

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    Muhammad Mujahid Syed Saudi Gazette JEDDAH – The festivities of Eid Al-Fitr weer marked with fervor in Jeddah as Saudis and expatriates alike love to celebrate Eid with great fanfare. Eid, popularly known as Eid-Al-Fitr, is a festival observed by the Muslim community to celebrate the conclusion of th

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    RIYADH — Following the successful Overseas Voting (OV) Outreach in AlKhobar, Eastern Region, the Philippine Embassy conducted its 16th OV Outreach at the Philippine International School in Buraidah, Qassim. The two-day registration outreach was conducted in parallel with the Embassy-On-Wheels Consular Outreach headed by Vice Consul Redentor

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    Waqar Naseem Wamiq ALKHOBAR — Ameer Jamaat-e-Islami Pakistan, Sen. Siraj Ul Haq asked the Pakistani government to grant voting rights to the overseas Pakistanis.  He was speaking to a large Pakistani community at the Eid Milan party in his honor in Dammam arranged by Pakistan forum.“A huge numbe

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