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       RIYADH — The Criminal Court in Riyadh sentenced a Saudi man to seven years in prison for traveling to Syria to join fighting in the country. The court said the man had received training in the use of weapons and made arrangement for another man to travel to Syria. He had transferred a total of $15,000 to support fighters in Syria and posted

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       MADINAH — A man died after he was stabbed multiple times and police are looking for a 24-year-old suspect. Acting spokesman for Madinah Police Capt. Abdulilah Al-Jabry said the suspect escaped after the attack and the victim was taken to a private hospital by witnesses. The killer is not identified and police have launched a manhunt.

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       RIYADH — A Saudi man drowned in Namar Valley Dam on Monday. Riyadh Civil Defense spokesman Capt. Mohammad Al-Hamady said the Civil Defense received reports of a man who drowned in the dam, which is 16 meters deep, at around 8:15 a.m. He said man and two of his Saudi friends went to swim in the dam but only two of them got into the water. One

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       Civil Defense personnel rescue a young boy from a three-story building that caught fire in Makkah early Tuesday. A Civil Defense spokesman said 25 residents were safely evacuated from the building, located behind Al-Hijaz Shopping Center on Jeddah Expressway. The cause of the fire was still being investigated. — SG photo by Badea Abu Al-Naja

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       AL-KHARJ — A glitch in the electricity meter sparked a fire at King Abdullah Bridge in Al-Kharj. The fire was immediately extinguished and no injuries or deaths reported. Al-Kharj Municipality said the bridge was built on strong foundations and was able to withstand the fire. 

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      Waqar Naseem Wamiq   RIYADH —  Senior librarian Dr. Riaz Chaudhary hosted an Eid Milan session at his residence here organized by Halqa e Fikr O Funn. Head of Chancery Pakistan Embassy Abbas Sarwar Qureshi was the chief guest whereas a prominent visiting poetess from Lahore, Shahnaz Mu

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      M. Tanvir Mian  RIYADH — Majlis-e-Pakistan and Pakistan Investors Forum arranged a welcome reception for Sen. Siraj ul Haq (Emir Jamaat E Islami Pakistan) here recently. Pakistan Ambassador Manzoor ul Haq presided over the event that took place at Corporate Solutions Office (Knowledge

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       Makkah Emir Prince Khaled Al-Faisal opened on Monday night the 565,000-square meter Al-Ruddaf recreation park in Taif. The park has, among other facilities, a walkway and a running track for fitness buffs. The picture shows Prince Khaled with senior officials touring the park before the inaugural ceremony. The prince later watched a laser show and cultural program

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  • 07/28/15--14:00: Promenade killer

  •    An exposed electric meter close to one of the public parks in the Awali neighborhood of Makkah, which poses a threat to the lives of children. — Courtesy Makkah

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      Fahd Bin Jleid Al-Jazirah   RUSSIA has become the first country in the world to set controls on taking selfies. It launched awareness campaigns before enacting the law after several fatal accidents. In my opinion, awareness on the use of new technology is essential and useful, whatever the real reasons behind the ban or

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      Mir Mohsin Ali Saudi Gazette  RIYADH — Several community leaders in the capital paid rich tribute to the departed former India President Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, who collapsed during the lecture at IIM Shillong and reportedly was brought dead at Bethany Hospital there.

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      Adnan Al-Shabrawi Okaz/Saudi Gazette  JEDDAH — The General Court in Jeddah will hold a session on Aug. 12 when it is expected to issue its verdict on the case of Anwar Al-Kaabi, 19-year-old Saudi student who was electrocuted to death in one of Jeddah’s public parks three y

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      Mishal Al-Otaibi Saudi Gazette  RIYADH — The Directorate of Saudi Customs reported that a total of 34 million items were seized by its officers at the Kingdom's entry points in the first six months of 2015. It said this was in addition to 52 million items denied e

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      Mohammad Dawood Okaz/Saudi Gazette  JEDDAH — The Presidency of Meteorology and Environment (PME) has announced that it will build 70 new automatic weather stations across the Kingdom. There are currently 130 automatic weather stations in the country.“By rea

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      Saudi Gazette report   TAIF — The suspects who were arrested for harassing a girl outside a Taif mall claimed that their alleged victim had taken money from them before the incident, Al-Madinah newspaper reported. A video that wen viral on social media websites showed two men in their 20s c

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      Saudi Gazette report  MAKKAH — A sedan with Saudi plate numbers spotted in Tel Aviv is owned by an American expatriate who was vacationing in Israel, a local newspaper reported on Tuesday. A video clip showing the car making rounds in the streets of Tele Aviv has gone vi

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      Saudi Gazette report   RIYADH — Courts in the Kingdom processed over 13,000 divorces in the last nine months — about 48 divorces each day — according to figures from the Ministry of Justice reported in Al-Eqtisadiah newspaper. According to the figures, Riyadh sees the most divor

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      Hussein Hazzazi Okaz/Saudi Gazette  JEDDAH – Police are investigating the disappearance of a 12-year-old girl who vanished from an ice cream shop at one of the malls in north Jeddah after midnight Sunday. The girl came with her family from Madinah and they were vi

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      Shahd Alhamdan Saudi Gazette  JEDDAH — Numerous videos have appeared online showing women facing harassment while walking in cities such as Dammam, Jeddah and most recently Taif. Today, many women worry about facing verbal, or even physical, harassment while walki

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      Muhammad Mujahid Syed Saudi Gazette   JEDDAH — “The young generation shouldn’t depend on only excerpts of Orientalists and historians. It should try to go through their complete works. This method of study and diligence will help them in providing the correct idea of Ara

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