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- 07/30/15--14:00: _3 executed for murd...
- 07/30/15--14:00: _387,000 illegal Yem...
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- 07/30/15--14:00: _A Pakistani and Ind...
- 07/30/15--14:00: _9 Omanis die, 41 hu...
- 07/30/15--14:00: _Why do our research...
- 07/30/15--14:00: _Thinking outside th...
- 07/30/15--14:00: _Our media campaigns...
- 07/30/15--14:00: _New airport to be r...
- 07/30/15--14:00: _Five days to respon...
- 07/30/15--14:00: _Popular entertainme...
- 07/30/15--14:00: _For employed women,...
- 07/30/15--14:00: _Disciplining childr...
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- 07/31/15--14:00: _Properties acquired...
- 07/31/15--14:00: _27 gates of Grand M...
- 07/31/15--14:00: _Special prisoner se...
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- 07/30/15--14:00: 3 executed for murder, drugs
- 07/30/15--14:00: 387,000 illegal Yemenis correct status
- 07/30/15--14:00: Schools on border to reopen on schedule
- 07/30/15--14:00: Government offices in Mina to be relocated
- 07/30/15--14:00: A Pakistani and Indian hurt by Yemeni shelling
- 07/30/15--14:00: 9 Omanis die, 41 hurt in bus-truck collision in Khuraiss
- 07/30/15--14:00: Why do our research centers not focus on our pressing issues?
- 07/30/15--14:00: Thinking outside the box
- 07/30/15--14:00: Our media campaigns do not meet our expectations
- 07/30/15--14:00: New airport to be ready by middle of 2017
- 07/30/15--14:00: Five days to respond to Nazaha queries
- 07/30/15--14:00: Popular entertainment centers shut doors before disabled kids
- 07/30/15--14:00: For employed women, solidarity always pays off
- 07/30/15--14:00: Disciplining children is tricky
- 07/31/15--14:00: Pakistani executed for drug trafficking
- 07/31/15--14:00: Properties acquired for mosque to be revalued
- 07/31/15--14:00: 27 gates of Grand Mosque closed
- 07/31/15--14:00: Special prisoner sections in govt hospitals
- 07/31/15--14:00: KSA guest of honor at Egypt film festival
- 07/31/15--14:00: Solar energy plant to be set up in Aflaj
RIYADH — Three Saudi nationals were executed on Wednesday for murder and drug trafficking, the Interior Ministry said in separate statements carried by the Saudi Press Agency. Turki Al-Diaini, convicted of shooting dead another Saudi, was put to death in Riyadh, while Sharie Al-Jineibi was executed in southwestern Asir Province for a shootin
JAZAN — As many as 387,543 illegal Yemenis who have arrived in the Kingdom before April 9 have corrected their residency status so far, the Passport Department announced. They were issued with a six-month renewable visitor card, which will ensure them free education and healthcare in addition to employment in the private sector. A source in
RIYADH — Classes in all schools in areas along the southern borders with Yemen will resume as scheduled on Aug. 23 after the summer vacation along with educational institutions all over the Kingdom. Alternative arrangements have been made to transfer all male and female students to other schools in case of emergencies, informed sources in th
MAKKAH — A total of 22 ministries and government departments involved in the Haj services will have their offices in Mina relocated to Makkah. Abdullah Al-Nifaie, in charge of office space distribution, said the ministries and departments would move to a new government complex in Al-Awali District of Makkah. He said this would provide additi
NAJRAN – A shell, fired from Yemeni territories, fell in Najran region on Thursday afternoon injuring a Pakistani and Indian expatriate. Both were taken to the hospital, Lt. Col. Ali Omeir Al-Shahrani, spokesman of the Civil Defense in Najran region said. – SPA
AL-AHSA – A head-on collision between a truck and a bus carrying Omanis left nine people dead and 41 others injured on Thursday. The accident occurred 120 kms away from Al-Ahsa, near Khuraiss.
The Directorate of Health Affairs in Al-Ahsa confi
Dr. Abdulaziz Ali Al-Maqooshi
IN the seventies, our country and the entire Muslim World were shocked by the flagrant seizure of the Grand Mosque of Makkah by a few people who were brainwashed. They thought that by killing innocent people and desecrating the sanctity of the House of Allah and wreaking havoc, t
IF your little son came crying and told you that his mother had beaten him, what would you think of her, and why did the mother do that? What would be your first reaction? Would you try to calm your son or distract him to make him forget about the beating he just received? Or would you ask him why h
Dr. Talal Sulaiman Al-Harbi
ALL countries around the world launch various media campaigns dealing with different issues. I am not talking about drug or traffic campaigns; I mean the ones bolstering our patriotism and belonging to this nation. We have campaigns focusing on the sense of belonging but they have
JEDDAH — The General Authority for Civil Aviation (GACA) has said 65 percent of work for the new King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah has been completed and the entire project will be ready by the middle of 2017, according to Al-Eqtisadiah daily on Thursday. In its first phase the new airport will have a capacity to handle more tha
RIYADH — Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman has ordered all ministries and government departments to reply to urgent queries from the National Anti-Corruption Commission (Nazaha) within five days. The commission’s chairman, Khaled Al-Mohaisin, thanked the King for the royal order and said it would make the commission’s
Fatima Muhammad Saudi Gazette A group of 40 children, half of them visually impaired, have been denied entry into two entertainment centers in Jeddah. The two centers on the Corniche and Prince Sultan Street justified their actions, saying priority goes to tourists visiting the city. Ebsar
Saudi Gazette report HESSA is a math teacher who recently got married. To show their support, her colleagues at the school she teaches at pitched in and bought her a valuable wedding gift. Sometime later, another teacher, Fatima, fell sick and had to undergo surgery. Again, all of her colleagues, including Hessa, chipped in t
Saudi Gazette report AS children grow older and enter different developmental stages, they sometimes challenge adult expectations and authority. Children often misbehave to test the limits of authority or to gain something such as attention or peer approval. When children act out, they need to understand that
RIYADH — A Pakistani national was executed in the Kingdom on Friday for drug trafficking, the Interior Ministry announced.
Shah Faisal Azim Shah had been convicted of smuggling a large quantity of heroin into the country, said a ministry statement carried by the Saudi Press Agency.
He was executed in Tha
MADINAH — The Madinah Development Authority has approved re-evaluation of properties expropriated for the expansion of the Prophet’s Mosque.
Property owners who were not satisfied with the earlier assessments had approached the administrative court.
Following a decision by the Madinah Development Authori
MAKKAH — The company carrying out Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah Project for increasing the capacity of the mataf (the walkway around the Kaaba) has closed 27 doors of the Grand Mosque from Gate 94 to the Safa Gate, including King Abdulaziz Gate, to complete the third phase of the project.
The gates will reop
HAIL — Major hospitals belonging to the Ministry of Health have taken the initiative to secure special sections for the care of hospitalized prisoners.
These sections will serve prisoners who will be transferred from prison wards as they require continuous hospitalization.
Some of the hospitals have already se
JEDDAH — The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has been chosen the guest of honor in the 5th CAM international film festival in Egypt this year.
The festival is scheduled to take place in Cairo in October under the motto “The Arabs’ CAM”. Alaa Nasr, chairman of the international festival, said a protocol was signed be
RIYADH — King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology (KACST) signed on Thursday a memorandum of understanding with the Saudi Electricity Company (SEC) and the Energy Technology Company to set up the first independent solar energy plant in the Kingdom with an output capacity of 50 megawatts in Aflaj, about 290 kilometers south of Riyadh.