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Saudi Gazette Newspaper

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       JEDDAH — Makkah Emir Prince Khaled Al-Faisal, who is also adviser to Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman, on Wednesday discussed with heads of security agencies measures and strategies adopted by the authorities in the run-up to the upcoming Haj season. They also discussed mechanisms proposed to prevent infiltrators

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      Saudi Gazette report   THE summer vacation is the best time for a family to get together and spend some quality time and enjoy each other’s company. In today’s fast-paced world, many Saudi fathers have turned into workaholics, which means very little time is dedicated to family life.

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  • 07/31/15--14:00: Debt syndrome
  •   Mazen Abdulrazaq Balilah Al Madina   THEY call you and offer you credit cards, especially during this time when Eid Al-Fitr holiday is around the corner and you are about to buy so many things. Without thinking, you accept the offer and start suffering from the debt syndrome. By doing so, you have fallen i

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  • 07/31/15--14:00: It is all fraud
  •   Talal Al-Qashqari Al Madina   THE other day, a citizen videotaped an expatriate woman while she was standing next to a dumpster holding some tomatoes. In the video, she was putting the tomatoes inside the dumpster and taking them out as if she found them inside it. She even wiped what appear

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      Abdullah Munawar Al-Jamili Al Madina   The Ministry of Higher Education has in the past few months exerted painstaking efforts to improve the scholarship programs and increase the chances of finding a job for the students who join the program. Today, any high school graduate who is selected to study abroa

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      Abdullah Farraj Al-Shareef Al Madina   JEDDAH, Riyadh, and other cities in our country are seeing unprecedented levels of traffic congestions  that make the lives of their residents all the more harder. Driving your car on a street can sometimes become very difficult, if not impossible. In each city,

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      Saudi Gazette report   LOCATED 200 kilometers northeast of Al-Laith Governorate, Ruboo Al-Ain town is a domestic tourist attraction famous for its breathtaking scenery. The town derives the first part of its name “Ruboo” from the Arabic word “Al-Arbia’e” meaning Wednesday.

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      Saudi Gazette report   A LARGE number of grandparents in the Kingdom often find themselves alone even when they are surrounded by family members. When younger members of the family are so engrossed with their smartphones that they rarely pay attention at family gatherings or bother to interact with others, grand

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       Saudi Gazette report  ABHA —  Saudi Royal Air Force planes carried the bodies of two soldiers who were killed in Friday’s border shelling to their native towns for burial, the Saudi Press Agency reported on Saturday.  Crown Prince Muhammad Bin N

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        LONDON/JEDDAH — Members of the Binladin family were among the victims of a plane crash in Britain Friday afternoon, the Saudi Embassy in London said Saturday in a message of condolences.  British Police said the pilot and three passengers died when the Embraer Phenom 300 crashed into

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  • 08/01/15--14:00: Two killed in car crash

  •    RIYADH — Two people died and four others were injured in a car accident on the Dammam-Riyadh Highway. Riyadh Red Crescent official spokesman Abdullah Al-Muraibidh said the two cars were involved in a head-on collision and two of the victims sustained critical injuries

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       ABHA — Six people were injured in a fire at a wedding hall. Asir Civil Defense official spokesman Col. Mohammad Al-Asimi said the fire originated from the women’s kitchen. Over 200 women were evacuated from the hall. Five of the guests were treated for panic attacks and sm

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       MADINAH — Two boys died and a woman was injured in a blaze that broke out in Al-Jarf District of Madinah. Civil Defense spokesman Capt. Naif Al-Jehani said the fire started from an apartment. The victims were taken to hospital. Five people were injured in another fire that broke

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       TURAIF — Two men were injured trying to capture a monkey running free in a park. Northern Borders Red Crescent spokesman Musaed Al-Enizi said the Red Crescent received reports of a 29-year-old Saudi and a 34-year-old non-Saudi being injured by a stray monkey. Both men suffered c

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  • 08/01/15--14:00: Saudi cash!

  •    FAHD BIN JLEID Al-Jazirah Saudi tourists are usually known by how they pay their bills; on this basis alone, prices can change.   If they pay cash, this shows they are a visitor. If they pay via card, then things become more complicated for re

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       HAFR AL-BATIN — A young man was stabbed to death while waiting in his father’s truck at a gas station. Eastern Province Police spokesman Col. Ziyad Al-Ruqaiti said an Arab expatriate reported to the police that his 17-year-old son had been stabbed. Police rushed the victim

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  • 08/01/15--14:00: Two killed in car crash
  •    RIYADH — Two people died and four others were injured in a car accident on the Dammam-Riyadh Highway. Riyadh Red Crescent official spokesman Abdullah Al-Muraibidh said the two cars were involved in a head-on collision and two of the victims sustained critical injuries

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       Saudi Gazette report  MAKKAH — Jeddah has seen the highest number of crimes in the Kingdom so far in 2015, according to a report from the Ministry of Justice carried by Makkah daily.  According to a so

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       Saudi Gazette report  JEDDAH — The General Court in Jeddah sentenced a father to 13 years in jail and 2,000 lashes of the whip for raping his daughter over a five-year period.  The court dismissed the demands of the public prosecutor for the death sentence

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       Saudi Gazette report  RIYADH – Minister of Municipal and Rural Affairs Abdullateef Al-Asheikh has approved contracts worth SR1.059 billion to implement 168 municipal projects in 14 governorates, the Saudi Press Agency reported on Saturday.  The projects in

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