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Saudi Gazette Newspaper

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       DAMMAM — The labor office recorded a total of 243 violations in women's shops in various governorates of the Eastern Province during inspection campaigns. The inspectors recorded 128 violations in various tailor shops and shopping centers in Dammam, and the rest of the violations were in Al-Ahsa and Al-Khobar. A total of 33 of the violations

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       TABUK — A fuel truck parked inside a paper factory here caught fire on Tuesday. Tabuk Civil Defense spokesman Col. Mamdouh Al-Enizi said the fuel truck carried 2,000 liters of gas. The firemen managed to tow the truck away from the factory before extinguishing the fire.

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       ABHA — An attempt to smuggle 8,880 bullets by road was foiled by security authorities on Tuesday, Asir Police said. Officers spotted a pickup truck with its driver acting suspiciously. They chased the truck and cornered the driver, but he stopped the vehicle and escaped on foot. Police found the bullets hidden in the truck. The driver is sti

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      Syed Mussarat Khalil Saudi Gazette  JEDDAH — Pakistan Repatriation Council (PRC) celebrated the 50th anniversary of Pakistan’s Defense Day in memory of those martyrs who sacrificed their lives to protect the solidarity and integrity of Pakistan in the Sept. 6, 1965, war wi

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  • 09/09/15--14:00: PNSF commemorates D-Day

  •    JEDDAH — Patriotic couplets on the colorful banner on the stage at the function organized by newly formed Pakistan National Solidarity Forum (PNSF) commemorated the golden jubilee of 1965 war with India and paid homage to the martyrs and ‘ghazis’ of the war for their role towards the defense of the motherland. The

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  • 09/09/15--14:00: Consulate marks Defense Day

  •   Syed Mussarat Khalil Saudi Gazette  JEDDAH — Pakistan Consulate General celebrated the golden jubilee of Pakistan’s Defense Day at its premises recently. Consul General Aftab Ahmed Khokher welcomed all distinguished guests, journalists and representative of Pakistani forum

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      A photo exhibition displayed on the occasion reflected the bravery of Pakistan armed forces and the Pak-Saudi relations got center of attraction. A reception dinner mainly of Pakistani cuisine was also given to the guests.  Waqar Naseem Wamiq  RIYADH — The

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      Fakhruddin Ali Ahmad, a senior English Teacher at International Indian School, Jubail, receiving Teachers’ Award from Dr. Purshottam Lal, Chairman of International Cardiology of the Metro Group of Hospitals in Delhi. — Courtesy photo Saeed Haider Saudi Gazette  

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  • 09/09/15--14:00: Threat to road safety

  •    Logs of wood being carried precariously in a van on the mountainous Al-Hada Road in Taif, endangering the safety of other road users. — Courtesy Makkah

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  • 09/09/15--14:00: An idea for sale

  •   Fahd Jleid Al-Jazirah   AN advertisement on one of the Internet websites caught my attention. It was titled: "A project idea for sale". The advert was placed by someone who claimed to be a young man. He said the project he is offering for sale will generate monthly profits of more than SR20,000 a

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      Saudi Gazette report  QATIF — The Passport Department has denied reports being circulated on social media websites saying the Saudi government has stopped issuing travel permits to citizens who wish to visit Iraq.“The Passport Department is closely following the s

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      Saudi Gazette report  RIYADH — The toll-free call center of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs receives a an average of 18 calls for help from Saudis abroad daily, Makkah daily reported on Wednesday. Ambassador Osama Al-Sanousi, the ministry's undersecretary for consular af

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  • 09/09/15--14:00: Pomegranate festival

  •    Emir of Baha Prince Mashari Bin Saud opens the fourth annual pomegranate festival in the region on Tuesday. Some 130 farmers will display the fruit produced locally during the five-day festival. The price of a carton of pomegranate ranges from SR200 to SR800, depending on quality. — SPA

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      Ibrahim Alawi Okaz/Saudi Gazette  JEDDAH – Several Saudis have criticized the Presidency of Meteorology and Environment (PME) for the delay in forecasting the massive sandstorm that hit Jeddah city and most parts of the region Tuesday evening. They said the PME came up with a wa

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      Hussam Kriaidi Okaz/Saudi Gazette  MADINAH — Following the ban on the slaughter of camels as sacrifice during the upcoming Haj, the Saudi government has also banned their slaughter all over the Kingdom during the Eid Al-Adha. The Ministry of Health said the move

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       Minister of the National Guard Prince Miteb Bin Abdullah lays the foundation stone for King Salman Specialist Hospital for the National Guard in Taif on Wednesday. — SPA

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  • 09/09/15--14:00: MERS cases continue to rise

  •    RIYADH — Saudi Arabia has reported 18 more Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS-CoV) cases since last week, 15 of them in Riyadh, and the numbers of patients infected with the virus in hospitals in Saudi Arabia continue to grow, the World Health Organization (WHO) said in its latest updates. The 15 latest MERS-Co

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      Saudi Gazette report  JEDDAH — The Ministry of Haj relies on technology and cooperation to ensure a comfortable and satisfactory Haj experience for pilgrims, Al-Watan reported. Minister of Haj Bandar Hajjar said the ministry has become heavily technological as almost the

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      Saudi Gazette report   RIYADH – Sheikh Abdulaziz Al-Asheikh, the Kingdom's grand mufti and chairman of the Senior Scholars’ Commission and Permanent Committee for Scientific Research and Ifta, is in good health and there is no truth whatsoever to rumors spreading about his health, Sabq online daily

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      Saudi Gazette report  RIYADH — The private operator who has been running the Saher traffic monitoring system with the help of surveillance cameras will be handed over to the Ministry of Interior by Oct. 31, Makkah daily reported on Wednesday, quoting informed sources. Th

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