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Saudi Gazette Newspaper

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       TABUK – Emir of Tabuk Province performs funeral prayer Sunday for three security men martyred while defending the nation and offers King’s condolences. – SPA

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       Saudi Gazette report  RIYADH – Royal approval has been given for a SR1.766 billion program for combating red weevils that pose a mortal threat to date palms, according to Minister of Agriculture Abdulrahman Abdulmuhsin Al-Fadhli.  The money will be spent o

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       RIYADH — A man died and five others were injured in a road accident on Dirab-Makkah Highway. According to a Riyadh Red Crescent spokesman, all the victims were from one family. Two of the injured victims were in serious condition while the other three sustained mild injuries. All five were treated on the spot by paramedics before t

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       JAZAN — The municipality has shut down three bakeries in Jazan for a number of health violations, including bags of flour contaminated with insects. Jazan Municipality's environmental health director, Nasser Al-Mubaraki, said the municipality in Al-Aridhah Governorate made the discoveries during an inspection campaign on Friday. Th

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       WADI AL-DAWASIR — A fuel truck carrying diesel overturned on Al-Saleel-Wadi Al-Dawasir Road, causing traffic delays as the Civil Defense shut down the road. Witnesses at the scene said the truck driver was killed in the accident. The Civil Defense surrounded the area and cleaned spilled diesel from the road to prevent further accid

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       HAIL — A toddler fell into a hole at a public park and suffered various injuries. The child's father said his two-year-old son fell into the hole that was easily within reach of children playing nearby. He added that the management of the park did not offer any first aid treatment to his son, despite the fact that it owns an ambula

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      BAHA — The Ministry of Social Affairs has said a group of abused children in Makkah are in good health and are currently being returned to their biological mother and maternal grandfather. Baha Ministry of Social Affairs Director Ahmad Al-Asimi said the children's stepmother had abused them when they lived with their father in Makkah. According to th

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       Qaisar  Hamid Metawea Al-Madinah  The Kingdom has witnessed several terrorist attacks that claimed the lives of scores of innocent people over the past few years. Had not the security authorit

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        Saudi Gazette report  JEDDAH — Used clothes are sold openly in the city markets in the absence of proper monitoring by officials and with no assurances that they are free of contamination.  Samir Al-Silmy, security director at one of the

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  • 09/06/15--14:00: Algerian pilgrims

  •    The first group of about 250 Algerian pilgrims arrived in Makkah on Saturday. Members of the board of directors of the Tawafa Establishment for Arab Pilgrims welcomed them on arrival with bouquets. The pilgrims were also served Zamzam water and dates. — SG photo by Badea Abu Al-Naja

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       Saudi Gazette report  RIYADH — President of the General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) Sulaiman Bin Abdullah Al-Hamdan visited the new Terminal 5 of King Khaled International Airport (KKIA) in Riyadh to inspect work under progress.    Al-Hamdan wa

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       Saudi Arabia will examine all trade and investment regimes in a bid to facilitate foreign investments as part of a plan to attract high-end businesses and diversify its economy, the government said Sunday.  The decision stipulates that the kingdom will ease restrictions on foreign investors to let them own 100 percent of ret

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       Badea Abu Al-Naja Saudi Gazette  JEDDAH — Makkah Emir Prince Khaled Al-Faisal will chair the annual meeting of Islah Charitable Committee on Tuesday to discuss its accomplishments during the year.  Executive Director of Islah Nasser Al-Zahrani

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  • 09/06/15--14:00: 5-pronged Haj plan in place
  •    The Civil Defense on Sunday started implementing its Haj plan with the stationing of 15,120 personnel in various parts of Makkah, the Grand Mosque and the Holy Sites.  Maj.Gen. Hamad Bin Abdulaziz Al-Mubadal, commander of the Civil Defense Haj, forces said they will intervene fast in any emergency situation.&nbs

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       Saudi Gazette report  JEDDAH — Saudi courts have granted divorces to at least 140 women over the past 11 months and a human rights consultant has said women have the right to divorce if they simply find their husbands inadequate or unfit.  Speaking to Al-W

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       RIYADH — Saudi Arabia will launch a small satellite into orbit every two or three years under a 12-year space program devised by King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology (KACST), it was announced here on Sunday.  Prince Turki Bin Saud Bin Mohammed, president of KACST, made the announcement during

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       Saudi Gazette report  JEDDAH — The position of "umdah", or neighborhood mayor, has suddenly shot back to prominence when the municipal council elections were announced after they remained unnoticed by Saudis for many years.  Ihab Al-Rifai, genera

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    MAKKAH — A Saudi man was arrested for possessing three guns, 24 bullets and other weapons and drugs. Makkah Traffic Department said the arms were seized from a vehicle which was stopped on Al-Sahil Road on suspicion. Besides, weapons, the officers found 184 amphetamine pills in the vehicle, SR143,446 in cash, five mobile phones, binoculars and the weapons

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    RIYADH — Customs officials at King Fahd Causeway seized 2,470 pet birds being smuggled into the Kingdom. Custom Control Director Dhaifullah Al-Otaibi said the birds were kept in cages and divided in four trucks. The first truck had 1,310 birds in cages, the second had 510 birds, the third had 350 birds and the fourth truck had 300 birds. The cages were hi

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    JEDDAH — The Specialized Penal Court here has sentenced a Yemeni national to five years in prison and 70 lashes on charges that he sneaked into the Kingdom and raised slogans favoring Houthi rebels in the Grand Mosque. The man was also charged with calling for terrorism and disturbing pilgrims and visitors in the Grand Mosque and affecting peace and tranq

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