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- 08/26/15--14:00: Four executed for murder, drugs
- 08/26/15--14:00: Man in 40s caught driving stolen car
- 08/26/15--14:00: Man found dead in his apartment
- 08/26/15--14:00: Arab expat falls to death from building
- 08/26/15--14:00: 2 dead, 3 hurt in road accident
- 08/26/15--14:00: 3 held with sums of money, jewelry
- 08/26/15--14:00: Jeddah Live delay disappoints Snapchat users
- 08/26/15--14:00: Prayer mats, souvenirs to be distributed among Hajis
- 08/26/15--14:00: 30 Haj and Umrah offices shut down
- 08/26/15--14:00: Well-known Makkah eatery closed down over hygiene
- 08/26/15--14:00: Dr. Ghamdi donates SR200,000 for stranded Pakistanis
- 08/26/15--14:00: Five Saudis jailed on terror charges
- 08/26/15--14:00: Girls in Corniche harassment cleared of any wrongdoing
- 08/26/15--14:00: Businesswomen roundtable to break the glass ceiling
- 08/26/15--14:00: ‘We were put to systemic torture because of our Saudi nationality’
- 08/26/15--14:00: Our banks have milked us
- 08/26/15--14:00: High-risk groups urged to get PD vaccinations before Haj
- 08/26/15--14:00: Financial row delays delivery of text books
RIYADH — Four people were executed, three of them Saudis, in the Kingdom on Wednesday, the Interior Ministry announced. Bandar Bin Muhammad Al-Ghuthaim was executed in Bisha, Asir Province, for shooting dead Abdulwahab Bin Abdullah Al-Sagheeri. Abdulaziz Bin Muhammad Al-Zahrani was executed in in Al-Baha for killing Ahmad Bin Saeed Al-Zahrani during a dis
MAKKAH — Police retrieved a stolen car and returned it to its rightful owner. Makkah Police acting spokesman Capt. Fahd Al-Malki said a Saudi man reported his car had been stolen. A description of the car was sent out and it was eventually found being driven by a man in his 40s. Police returned the car to its owner on the same day and are currently questi
AL-AHSA — Police found the body of a man in his 50s in his apartment. Eastern Province Police spokesman Col. Ziyad Al-Ruqaiti said the body had been sent to forensics, who found the man had died some time ago due to natural causes. Police contacted the family of the deceased and handed the body to them.
MAKKAH — An Arab expatriate died from a head injury, sustained after he fell off a building. Makkah Police acting spokesman Capt. Fahd Al-Malki said police received reports of an Arab man in his 30s who had fallen off a building. The paramedics took the man to Al-Noor Hospital where he later succumbed to his injuries.
RIYADH — Two people were killed and three others injured in a road accident on Khurais Road in Riyadh. According to Riyadh Police, the victims were all from the same family. After paramedics arrived, the victims were taken to a local hospital.
MAKKAH — Police have seized more than a kilogram of gold jewellery, and a large amount of money from two Asian men driving along Jeddah Expressway. Al-Shumaisy Police said officers stopped a car with two Asian men inside and found the golden jewelry and SR7,300 in cash in their possession. Meanwhile, Al-Laith Police have seized 13,000 Yemeni riyals found
JEDDAH — Residents of the city were disappointed with the postponement of “Jeddah Live” on Snapchat after they had waited for it for a long time.
Snapchat had announced that they would create “Jeddah Live” for residents of the city on Monday a
Muhammad Mujahid Syed Saudi Gazette JEDDAH – “I used to cry my heart out, when people called me names. Some said I was mad. In fact, in my childhood I was not able to count coins and even had difficulty in speaking. The boys in my neighborhood ridiculed me constantly, and made me their favorite target to pic o
Saudi Gazette report
JEDDAH — For the sixth consecutive year, Kingdom-based Maulana Hifzur Rehman Seoharvi Academy and Haji Muhammad Ayoob Welfare Organization will be distributing gifts among the pilgrims this Haj.
Bhajat Ayoob Zinjani (Najmi), the brain behind this noble task, said in a press statement tha
RIYADH — The municipality shut down 30 Haj and Umrah service offices during an inspection campaign in Riyadh.
A source said the municipality ran an inspection campaign in cooperation with several public directorates and shut down the illegal offices.
Badea Abu Al-Naja Saudi Gazette MAKKAH — Municipal inspectors shut down a well-known restaurant in Makkah and seized 1.6 tons of rotten pickle from another. Luai Bin Jamal Ashour, chairman of Al-Umrah branch municipality, said inspection teams from his municipality busted a famous restaurant in Makkah
Syed Mussarat Khalil Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — Renowned Saudi scholar, writer and former diplomat who specializes in Southeast Asian affairs Dr. Ali Al-Ghamdi announced a charitable donation of SR200,000 for welfare projects and activities in Bangladesh related to stranded Pakistanis at a function organized by Muslim W
JEDDAH — Pearl Initiative, the leading independent private sector-led, not-for-profit organization working across the Gulf Region to influence and improve corporate accountability and transparency, has partnered with Binaa Wa Amal, a division of Construction Products Holding Company (CPC), a leading Saudi closed joint stock company specialized in manufact
Saudi Gazette report
JEDDAH — The Criminal Court in Jeddah has sentenced five Saudi men convicted of a range of terrorism charges, including attempting to join terrorist organizations.
The harshest sentence — 17 years imprisonment, SR60,000 in fines and a travel ban — was handed to one of the fiv
JEDDAH — The Bureau of Investigation and Public Prosecution has cleared the two victims in the Corniche harassment case of any wrongdoing.
The Corniche harassment case came to light a month ago when a video went viral on social media showing two girls being mobbed
Saudi Gazette report
JEDDAH — The lack of female professionals at the top of companies across the Gulf region will be the focus of an upcoming executive roundtable for Jeddah’s leading businesswomen, hosted by the Pearl Initiative and Binaa Wa Amal, a division of Construction Products Holding Company (CPC).
Saudi Gazette report HAFR AL-BATIN — The savage treatment and torture Saudi prisoners were subjected to in Iraq has not changed even after the death of one of them as a result. Iraqi prisons used special surveillance cameras to capture the pain of any prisoner they choose to torture before putting him back i
Abdo Khal Okaz I have written repeatedly about our commercial banks not shouldering their social responsibilities. There is no harm in revisiting the same subject with the hope that they would listen and care this time. Every year we read and hear about the banks making huge profits reaching billions of riyals. These profit
Saudi Gazette report
JEDDAH — With the Haj pilgrimage less than a month away, doctors are urging travelers as well as residents in the Kingdom to adopt preventive measures well in advance to avoid pneumococcal disease (PD).
According to medical research, mass gatherings are associated with the spread of the
RIYADH — A financial dispute between the Ministry of Education and the printers has delayed the printing and distribution of school text books, according to informed sources.
The sources, however, said about 80 percent of the text books have been printed and are b