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Saudi Gazette Newspaper

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    Saudi Gazette report JEDDAH — The Penal Court here began the trial of a Saudi man accused of sexually assaulting a 9-year-old girl. The case was forwarded to the court by the Bureau of Investigation and Public Prosecution after it has been dealt with by the committee of ethics at the bureau. T

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    Saudi Gazette report MADINA — Several prominent females, who have carved out a niche for themselves in different fields, have decided against running in the upcoming municipal elections. Instead, they are making space for new, younger faces to take up community's leadership. Head of the committee for beauty

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       Saudi Gazette report  BURAIDAH — At least 22 schoolchildren suffered from food poisoning and parents are suspecting the school cafeteria is responsible.  Qassim Health Affairs stated on its website that Buraidah hospitals received 22 students with food poi

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         ABHA — Two vehicles caught fire in a gas station in Shamsan District of Abha. Asir Civil Defense spokesman Col. Mohammad Al-Asimi said the Civil Defense received reports of two vehicles on fire at a gas station due to a gas leak. One of the vehicle was completely burned and the other was partia

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       AL-KHOBAR — A piece of concrete fell on top of a car parked near a demolition site. Eastern Province Civil Defense acting spokesman Col. Ali Al-Qahtani said the incident happened in Prince Nawaf Street as a construction company was demolishing a mosque in the region. The mosque belonged to the Ministry of Islamic Affairs. The piece

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       DAMMAM — The Eastern Province Police arrested 513 illegal expatriates of various nationalities during a second inspection campaign this year. The inspectors visited companies, offices, stores and roamed the streets to arrest residency law violators. The campaign was held in all governorates of the Eastern Province simultaneously an

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        RIYADH — Three young men suffered from burns after their clothes caught fire. King Saud Medical City spokesman Khalid Al-Oufi said they received three teenagers who sustained mild and severe burns. The victims had their hands and faces burned. One of the victim had burns in 6 percent of his body. The victims sat

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       Prominent social personality Aziz Ahmed, general secretary of Pakistan Engineers Society (PES), hosted a lavish dinner in honor of Syed Farid Maharaj of Ajmer, Rajasthan, India, at his residence in Al-Safa District, Jeddah. Other guests were Sayeed Akhtar, Khalid Jawaid, Shams uddin Altaf Mohammed Mujahid Syed. Hamid-ul-Islam, Qari Mohammed Asif, popular

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       Saudi Gazette reprot  JEDDAH — Around 80,000 out of 107,000 ineligible social security recipients have corrected their status, according to  a source in the General Organization for Social Insurance (GOSI).  The source said the Ministry of

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        Muhammad  Mujahid Syed Saudi Gazette  JEDDAH — “When our plane landed at the Old Airport in Jeddah on June 6, 1980, I found a world almost similar to Pakistan. The Old Airport (Matar Qadeem) was comparatively small

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       Saudi Gazette report  RIYADH — A team constituted to develop a feasible system to consumer protection in Saudi Arabia has adopted success stories in other countries while compiling its report.  The team studied the experiences of Oman, Qatar, Egypt, France

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       Saudi Gazette report  ABHA — The Saudi Center for Organ Transplant (SCOT) has distributed about 3 million organ donation cards through health centers and dialysis units across the Kingdom, Alsharq daily reported quoting Dr. Faisal Shaheen, director of the center. 

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  • 09/02/15--14:00: Stop traveling to Turkey

  •   Khalaf Al-Harbe Okaz      Turkey is a beautiful country and suitable for family tourism. But Turkey’s old, and new, problem is that some passport and tourist officials, especially in Istanbul, have two sets of rules for dealing with tourists. One set for American, Europea

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        Syeda Amtul Saudi Gazette  JEDDAH — The famous Italian Bellucci Circus here receives 200 special needs children daily along with 40,000 visitors of all ages till date, and the performers have impressed by displaying great collective and individual skills

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        Syeda Amtul Saudi Gazette  JEDDAH — Within the framework of achieving the college’s mission by supporting outstanding students, Batterjee Medical College has just concluded Al-Fursan Scholarship Program for the Academic year 2015-2016.&

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       QURAYYAT — A primary school for girls here evacuated 500 students for the second time this week after the authorities suspected a fire. Al-Thaminah Primary School in Alfaisaliyah District reported the students began smelling something burning. The authorities evacuated the school and the administration later found out the smell cam

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       Saudi Gazette reprot  JEDDAH — Around 80,000 out of 107,000 ineligible social security recipients have corrected their status, according to  a source in the General Organization for Social Insurance (GOSI).  The source said the Ministry of

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  • 09/02/15--14:00: Bulwark against heat

  •    When temperatures peaked in Makkah and the rest of the Kingdom to unprecedented levels, a group of janitors were seen at mid noon taking shelter under a tree in the holy site of Muzdalifah. — Courtesy Makkah

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       Adnan Al-Shabrawi Saudi Gazette  JEDDAH — The public prosecutor has demanded the death sentence for a businesswoman who allegedly tortured her maid to death.  A source from the Criminal Court said the court is considering to slap the death sent

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       King Abdullah City for Atomic and Renewable Energy Deputy President Dr. Waleed Abul Faraj and the Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute (KAERI) President Dr. Jong Kyung Kim sign nuclear cooperation agreements in Riyadh on Wednesday. — SPA   

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