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- 08/12/15--14:00: _EOW extends 1,834 c...
- 08/12/15--14:00: _Majlis honors liter...
- 08/12/15--14:00: _Ambassador Haq to i...
- 08/12/15--14:00: _Tidbits about Pakis...
- 08/12/15--14:00: _12,000 Syrians to p...
- 08/12/15--14:00: _School owners justi...
- 08/12/15--14:00: _Tabuk artists paint...
- 08/12/15--14:00: _Tribal consideratio...
- 08/12/15--14:00: _855 people dead, 6,...
- 08/12/15--14:00: _Are we the ones exp...
- 08/12/15--14:00: _Saudi tourists’ beh...
- 08/11/15--14:00: Mystery shrouds disappearance of 4 young Saudis in high seas
- 08/12/15--14:00: Restaurant shut down for multiple violations
- 08/12/15--14:00: Health Affairs denies selling ambulance
- 08/12/15--14:00: Police recover six stolen cars, nab five
- 08/12/15--14:00: Expat arrested with tons of stolen cables
- 08/12/15--14:00: Man injured in third floor fall
- 08/12/15--14:00: Syrian executed for trafficking drugs
- 08/12/15--14:00: 11,400 parking violations in 5 days
- 08/12/15--14:00: Tailor shop run by illegal expats shut
- 08/12/15--14:00: EOW extends 1,834 consular services in Alkhobar
- 08/12/15--14:00: Majlis honors literary legend Rizvi
- 08/12/15--14:00: Ambassador Haq to inaugurate Pakistani Food and Mango Fest
- 08/12/15--14:00: Tidbits about Pakistani community in KSA
- 08/12/15--14:00: 12,000 Syrians to perform Haj this year
- 08/12/15--14:00: School owners justify tuition spike
- 08/12/15--14:00: Tabuk artists paint biggest portrait of the King so far
- 08/12/15--14:00: Tribal considerations still control Saudi marriage relations
- 08/12/15--14:00: 855 people dead, 6,351 crippled in workplace accidents in a year
- 08/12/15--14:00: Are we the ones exporting terror?
- 08/12/15--14:00: Saudi tourists’ behavior stirs social media storm
Saeed Haider Saudi Gazette DAMMAM — Mystery has shrouded the disappearance of four young Saudis in high seas since Wednesday and a frantic search by coast guards has so far failed to find any clue of their whereabouts. The four young men set out on sail late Wednesday afternoon from the Mazrouiyah sho
HAIL — The local municipality has shut down a restaurant on Al-Muntazah Al-Sharqi District of Hail city for violating a number of health and safety regulations. Spokesman for Hail Municipality Saad Al-Thuwaini said the restaurant was very dirty and was not following safety regulations. The municipality also found worms in 20 bags of rice and open sewage c
MAKKAH — An ambulance bearing the Ministry of Health logo was put on sale, but the ministry denied it was selling the vehicle. Spokesman for Makkah Health Affairs Abdullah Shalabi said the ministry does not own the vehicle currently even though it bore the ministry's logo. According to Shalabi, the Health Affairs contacted the owner of the vehicle and ask
JEDDAH — Police seized six stolen cars and arrested five people suspected of stealing the vehicles. Spokesman for Makkah Police Col. Ati Al-Qurashi said the seized cars were all new and had been reported as stolen. Police are still interrogating the suspects.
BURAIDAH — Police have arrested an Asian man on suspicion of stealing about four tons of electric cables. Spokesman for Qassim Police Capt. Badr Al-Suhaibani said police seized a vehicle containing the cables. Once police discovered all the cables had been stolen, they arrested the driver, a 39-year-old Asian man.
AL-AHSA — A man was injured after falling from the third floor of a shopping center on Monday, spokesman for Eastern Province Red Crescent Abdullah Al-Qabili said. He said a security guard at the shopping center reported the incident to the control room. Paramedics gave first aid to the injured man before he was taken to Al-Mousa Hospital.
SAKAKA — Saudi authorities on Wednesday executed a Syrian national for drug trafficking in the northwestern region of Al-Jouf, the Interior Ministry announced. Omar Al-Nasser was arrested while smuggling a “large amount of amphetamine pills into the country,” the ministry said in a statement carried by the Saudi Press Agency.
RIYADH — The Bashir Traffic System, which was introduced by the Traffic Department last year to complement the Saher system for automatic road surveillance, has detected more than 11,400 parking violations over the past five days. A source from the Riyadh Traffic Department reported there are many drivers who still violate parking regulations. The Bashir
ABHA — Asir Municipality has shut down a tailor shop after discovering it was run by a group of illegal expatriates, who were also arrested. Supervisor of the campaign Abdulaziz Al-Qahtani said the illegal expatriates were using the store in Al-Khasha District to sew abayas. The municipality said they have been running regular inspection campaigns aimed a
RIYADH — The Philippine Embassy successfully held its 25th consular outreach mission or “Embassy on Wheels” (EOW) this year in Alkhobar on Aug. 7-8, which was held at the Al Jazeera International School. The Embassy Consular Team was composed of First Secretary and Consul Mary Jennifer D. Dingal (Team Leader), Artu
Syed Mussarat Khalil Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — Majlis-e-Ilm-O-Adab, a well known literary platform of intellectuals, journalists, poets and writers of Jeddah, organized "An Evening of Appreciation" with renowned Pakistani literary legend, distinguished scholar, poet, linguist, historian of
Waqar Naseem Wamiq RIYADH — The Pakistan Embassy is organizing the 4th consecutive Food & Mango Festival at Intercontinental Hotel in Riyadh during Aug. 14-16. Pakistan Ambassador Manzoor ul Haq will inaugurate the festival, to mark the independence day of Pakistan, according to Comm
Nisma Rafiq Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — On Aug. 14, the Pakistani community celebrates its 69th Independence Day in Saudi Arabia, back home and around the world where they reside. Pakistanis can be seen waving green flags or wearing green dress or badges. Celebrations can especially be
MAKKAH — As many as 12,000 Syrians are expected to perform the Haj this year, according to an official source at the Syrian Haj mission in Makkah.
The source, who opted not to be identified, said the arrival of the Syrian pilgrims from Syria and other countries wil
Saudi Gazette report
JEDDAH — Parents are complaining about the increasing prices of tuition in private schools but the school owners say rising operational expenses are the reason behind the price hike, Al-Riyadh newspaper reported.
Mutaz Mugharbil, deputy head of private schools committee at the Madinah Ch
Saudi Gazette report TABUK — A group of young artists here have painted what they claimed was the biggest portrait of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman so far to show their love and respect for the Saudi monarch. Saudi artist Ali Al-Ghamdi said the painting depicted the King's face with the inscr
JEDDAH — The Kingdom’s courts are full of cases of male guardians preventing their female relatives from getting married, with over 600 such cases currently awaiting trial, according to Al-Madinah daily.
The practice, known as adl, is proof to many that tribal consi
Saudi Gazette report
RIYADH — As many as 855 people died last year as a result of work injuries, according to the General Organization for Social Insurance (GOSI).
An annual statistical report released by GOSI said 6,351 were crippled by work injuries during the same year.
The Eastern Province
Abdullah Al-Nasser Al-Riyadh Are we the ones exporting terrorism to the world? I raise this serious question because the Kingdom's enemies no longer cause any uproar over this. Neither the Zionists, the American ultra right, the hate groups in the West, nor the Magian Iran does raise this issue any more. However, we discern this when some
Saleh Fareed Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — Tourists from Saudi Arabia and other Gulf states are the target of harsh criticisms on social media after photographs showing them cooking, littering and smoking shisha in public parks in countries they were visiting were posted online. Social media users in Saudi A