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Saudi Gazette Newspaper

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    Saudi Gazette report JEDDAH — As part of efforts aimed at raising health awareness at both preventive and curative levels, Dr. Soliman Fakeeh Hospital here recently organized a lecture about hepatitis C virus that infects primarily the liver. Hepatitis C virus (HCV) is one of the leading causes of liver canc

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    Saudi Gazette report RIYADH — Citizens all over the Kingdom except the two holy cities of Makkah and Madinah on Saturday started registering to vote in the nationwide municipal council elections in December. A source from the Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs said the registration process would continu

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       Shahd Alhamdan Saudi Gazette  JEDDAH — The Italian Bellucci Circus has extended performances in Jeddah until Aug. 31, a move the organizers say is aimed at attracting school students to attend.  New ticket packages for groups have also been rel

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       TAIF — Police have arrested an expatriate man allegedly driving a car that hit and killed a woman in her 60s. Taif Police reported the incident happened in front of King Fahd Park while the victim was crossing the street. After hitting her, the driver fled the scene, leaving the victim’s family to call the Red Crescent for he

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       JAZAN — The body of an Indian man was found near a residential compound in Sabya governorate on Saturday. Jazan Police spokesman Lt. Col. Mohammad Al-Harby, said a Saudi man told authorities that he had discovered a body near a residential compound. Police found the body and sent it to forensics for further investigations.

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        JEDDAH — Civil Defense firefighters extinguished a fire that broke out at the sprawling Braiman junkyard in Jeddah on Saturday. Makkah Civil Defense spokesman Col. Saeed Al-Ghamdi said no deaths or injuries were reported from the fire. The junkyard covers 1,700 sq. meters and the fire spread in a 300 sq. meter ar

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       MAKKAH — Two inmates at Al-Wafaa Protection Home were arrested when a fight broke out after one inmate attempted suicide. According to an unnamed source, one of the inmates was 13 years old and was admitted to the home after being diagnosed with mental illnesses resulting from an unstable home environment. She was moved from her ro

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  • 08/23/15--14:00: Primitive

  •      The municipality’s maintenance crew is using a generator-powered suction pump to drain overflowing sewage from a neighborhood in Jeddah’s Kandarah district. Residents say the outdated equipment poses a safety threat to pedestrians and motorists alike. — Courtesy Makkah

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       Manal Al-Subhi  Saudi Gazette report  JEDDAH — A Saudi academic was honored by Friends of World Federation of United Nations Association (WFUNA) for her breakthrough research in preschool and kindergarten education, Al-Madinah reported. 

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  • 08/23/15--14:00: Working overtime

  •    Taking time-off from his official duty, a municipality worker carries a washing machine to one of the workshops at Al-Ghulail district in Jeddah. The low-paid foreign worker supplements his income by doing odd jobs whenever he gets a chance. — Courtesy Makkah

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       Badea Abu Al-Naja Saudi Gazette  MAKKAH — Municipal inspectors in Makkah closed down nearly 50 stores in the city for various violations over the past two days.  Khaled Basfar, head of the Al-Maabdah branch municipality, said 33 food stores and

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  • 08/23/15--14:00: Watch it, minister

  •    Hamoud Abu Talib Okaz  When Majed Al-Huqail was appointed the new housing minister, people posted tweets not only on his clean personal life but also on his lofty vision to solve the country’s housing problem.  I wrote at the time that before taking over the mi

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        Saudi Gazette report  NAJRAN — Three Bedouin tribes in Jazan managed to collect SR20 million in blood money within two days to spare a prisoner from the gallows, Makkah daily reported on Sunday.  Mohammad Al-Qahs Al-Hateelah from Jazan w

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        Layan Damanhouri Saudi Gazette staff  JEDDAH – The US Embassy in Riyadh denied on Sunday rumors circulating on the social media that the embassy would be closed for two days for security reasons.  The rumors started spreading

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       DAMMAM — Authorities in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Palestine arrested 14 individuals accused of blackmailing women from Gulf countries by using fake social media accounts named after popular celebrities and important figures. Former representative for Arab Union Anti-Forgery and Money Laundering, Minahi Al-Thifairy, said the individu

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           Saudi Gazette report  RIYADH — The new school year began on Sunday with nearly 6 million children returning to their classes all over the Kingdom after the summer break.  Education

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      Mir Mohsin Ali Saudi Gazette   RIYADH — Pista House General Manager Mohammed Abdul Majeed visited Riyadh on a private visit. Pista House is one of the most popular food stop in the state of Telangana. General Manager Mumtaz Group Mohammed Rafeeq hosted a reception in Abdul Majeed&rsq

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       All India Minority Forum and India Arab Friendship Foundation President Jabir Patel felicitated Arif Quraishi’s 40 years of community services. Quraishi was feted in Hyderabad, India, recently. From right, Jabir Patel, Arif Quraishi, president ICSJ, Capt. Uttam Kumar Reddy, president of Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee, N. Narsima Reddy,

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      Muhammad Mujahid Syed Saudi Gazette   JEDDAH – “I was born in Shahbaz Khel, a town in Mianwali in Punjab, Pakistan, just after World War I in 1920. I have seen war and peace many times. And humanity has gone through many vagaries during these 96 years. But as a common man I ha

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      Syed Mussarat Khalil Saudi Gazette   JEDDAH — It will be appropriate if OIC takes the lead in solving issues of Kashmir and stranded Pakistanis rather than expecting UN to solve these issues said renowned intellectual, scholar and ex-diplomat Dr. Ali Al-Ghamdi in his address at a function organized

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