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Saudi Gazette Newspaper

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      Saudi Gazette report   JEDDAH — About 1,700 passenger cars were stolen from various regions of the Kingdom in December 2014, Al-Madinah newspaper reported on Monday, quoting official statistics released by the Ministry of Interior. According to the ministry, only 348 cars were found and han

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      Saudi women work as sales clerks in a lingerie store. Women working in retail stores complain that their employers often force them to perform tasks not mentioned in their contracts. — File photo  Saudi Gazette report   MADINAH — Saleswomen at retail stores selling wome

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      Abdullah Al-Dahhas Okaz/Saudi Gazette   MAKKAH — The Ministry of Haj on Sunday distributed camp sites for local Haj companies in Mina to prepare accommodation for pilgrims who stay in the tent city for up to five days during the pilgrimage. The ministry’s undersecretary, Hussei

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    BAHA — Two young men were injured after a boulder fell on them while they were resting in a mountainous area prone to rock slides. Baha Civil Defense spokesman Col. Jamaan Al-Ghamdi said the Civil Defense received reports of two young men injured and stranded in a deserted area. After locating the victims, the Civil Defense called for a team of paramedics

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    HAIL — A 2-meter long snake was found by cleaning workers at the Hail Community College on Monday. Hail Municipality reported the workers took photos of the snake, which they found by the main gate, and called the Civil Defense to come and handle the unwanted visitor. The Civil Defense referred the case to the municipality, which responded and searched th

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    ABHA — Four medical complexes and five pharmacies were shut down by the Health Affairs Directorate in Asir over the last three months. Asir Health Affairs spokesman Saeed Al-Naqeer said the directorate ran over 160 field inspections over the past three months. According to Al-Naqeer, the directorate found a range of violations, including financial, admini

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  • 08/11/15--14:00: African gang rips off expats
  • MADINAH — Police arrested a gang of Africans suspected of committing several thefts against expatriates. Acting spokesman for Madinah Police Capt. Abdulilah Al-Jabry said the police received several reports from expatriates of having their wallets and cell phones stolen by a gang of Africans.   The gang had a strategy of offering tra

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  • 08/11/15--14:00: Saudi executed for murder
  • BAHA — A Saudi man convicted of shooting another to death after a fight broke out between the pair was executed on Monday, the Interior Ministry announced. Saleh Al-Zahrani was executed in Baha for killing Atiyyah Al-Zahrani. After his conviction, the authorities kept Saleh in prison until all of his victim's sons became adults to decide whether to execut

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    Mir Mohsin Ali Saudi Gazette RIYADH — On 35th death anniversary of the legendary singer Mohammed Rafi, a cultural group paid a musical tribute to the popular playback singer with a program titled “Yaad E Rafi” (Remembering Rafi). The event hosted by Young Talent Musical Group under the pa

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    Waqar Naseem Wamiq RIYADH — “Allama Iqbal has a great message and has countless fans around the world. His poetry has been translated in Arabic by famous Arab poets and that has helped Arabic readers delve into is unique thoughts and global philosophy,” said Pakistan envoy recently. Pakistan Amba

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    RIYADH — Talented students at the Manarat Al-Riyadh School are learning to build small foam gliders and parafoil parachutes in a joint summer program with the King Abdulaziz and His Companions Foundation for Giftedness & Creativity (KACGC). The program’s chairman, Abdulrahman Abdullah Al-Mujalli, said in the summer program, talent

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    Saudi Gazette report MAKKAH — An amount of SR10 million in donations has been raised to try and convince the family of a murder victim to pardon the death sentence handed down to the murderer in 2011, Makkah daily reported. The money was raised by Islah Charitable Committee, which aims to encourage sagacity

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    Syed Mussarat Khalil Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — Pakistan Consul General has announced that the National Identity Card of NADARA (National Database and Registration Authority) can be obtained now through the mission’s web site. The Government of Prime Minister Mohammed Nawaz Sharif has taken significant steps by in

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    Saudi Gazette report MADINAH — Passengers and employees at Prince Muhammad Bin Abdulaziz International Airport in Madinah have been seething with anger because the air-conditioning system at the airport has malfunctioned since the summer temperatures started soaring. They called for immediately fixing the ai

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  • 08/11/15--14:00: Rain-soaked

  • A number of streets in Makkah were flooded following rains on Monday. The photo shows one of the water-soaked streets in the Kaakiyah neighborhood of the holy city. — Courtesy Makkah

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    Khalaf Al-Harbe Okaz This summer was exceptional for Gulf tourists in Europe. They did whatever was impossible to do and recorded it modulated by sound and light. They did the camel walk along the poshest avenues of Europe. They stole ducks, slaughtered and cooked them without mercy before the eyes of the camera. They lit fires to cook al

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    Layan Damanhouri Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — For the sixth year in a row, Okaz Organization for Press and Publication, which publishes Saudi Gazette, Okaz, Ain Alyoum and Al-Nadi, will honor a number of Saudi employees considered successful in their field, it was announced at a press conference here on Monday night.

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    Saudi Gazette report JEDDAH — Two aircraft belonging to Saudi Arabian Airlines were slightly damaged in a minor collision at King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah Monday morning. An Airbus 320, which was pulling out of a hangar, hit one of the wings of a Boeing 777 that was coming in for maintenance

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    Badea Abu Al-Naja Saudi Gazette MAKKAH — The registration of voters for the third municipal elections will begin in Makkah on Sunday, according to Mayor Osama Albar, who is the chairman of the province's local committee for elections. He said the registration of candidates who will contest the electio

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    Saleh Fareed Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — Princess Reem Bint Mansour Al-Saud was named a UN goodwill ambassador, the first Saudi princess to receive the honor, for her humanitarian work. Princess Reem holds an M.Sc. in social policy and a Ph.D. in Middle Eastern studies from Oxford University. She is a post

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