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80-year-old languishes in jail awaiting eye-for-an-eye punishment

Saudi Gazette report DAMMAM — An 80-year-old man has been held in a Bisha prison since 2007 waiting for the implementation of an “eye-for-an-eye” sentence, Al-Watan daily...

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Official recounts challenges faced by Red Crescent staff

  Fatima Muhammad Saudi Gazette   JEDDAH — The main challenges that face emergency services dealing with accidents include drivers who do not give space for...

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Population growth: Deal with wisdom

Joud Al-Amri Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — Rising population growth is threatening societies with disasters of a socioeconomic nature if this problem is not dealt with wisely, according to...

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‘Make fluency in Arabic a condition for foreign workers’

  Saeed Al-Khotani Saudi Gazette  RIYADH — Two distinguished Gulf academics warned on Wednesday against the danger non-Arab speaking labor poses to the Arabic language and...

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Where do Saudi tourists spend?

Abed Khazendar Al-Riyadh A Report published by a number of local newspapers recently said the average spending of a Saudi tourist for a single journey abroad is $6,600, making the Kingdom top of the...

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A night in the police car

Muhammad Al-Ohaideb Okaz It seems that the police alone is destined to shoulder the sub-standard performance and shortcomings of other government departments. This is not because the police are staying...

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Prince Khaled warns against alterations to Corniche projects

  Abdulrahman Al-Ali Saudi Gazette  JEDDAH — Makkah Emir Prince Khaled Al-Faisal said he would hold accountable any party that delivers a Corniche project different from the...

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First recreation clubs for girls open in Riyadh

  Saudi Gazette report   RIYADH — The King Abdullah Project for Developing Public Education (Tatweer) has opened the first two clubs for girls’ recreation...

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Dammam police arrest burglars

DAMMAM — Police arrested two citizens accused of robbing several houses of jewelry and other valuables in Dammam. Eastern Province police spokesman Lt. Col. Ziyad Al-Ruqaiti said several...

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Vehicle burns as engine overheats

JAZAN — Civil Defense firefighters in Sabiya contained a fire that broke out in a car’s engine after it overheated. The fire almost spread to nearby stores where the car was parked...

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Car-jacker arrested on Madinah highway

MADINAH — Highway patrol officers arrested a young man who stole a car while its owner was eating at a restaurant on the Jeddah-Madinah Highway. Shocked to see his car missing, the owner...

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Fire rips through furniture store

TAIF — A furniture store in Taif caught on fire due to a short circuit. The blaze quickly spread through the store and nearby businesses. Taif Civil Defense spokesman Col. Khalid Al-Qahtani...

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2 hurt as fuel truck catches fire in Hail

HAIL – A fuel truck caught fire as it was filling a gas station’s tank in Hail. A 10-year-old boy and a Civil Defense firefighter sustained minor injuries while the fire spread to a...

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Man, 70, stabs Sabiya Civil Defense chief

JAZAN – A 70-year-old man was arrested by police after he stabbed Sabiya Civil Defense Director Col. Talal Al-Ghuraibi inflicting several cuts to his head and body. Col. Al-Ghuraibi was...

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Ex-official pleads not guilty to graft charges

Abdulrahman Al-Ali Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — The Administrative Court in Jeddah recently reviewed a case involving a former senior official of the Jeddah municipality who was working in the...

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SAPTCO employee accused in rape case

YANBU — Police are investigating a complaint filed by the Philippine Consulate’s representative in Yanbu in which he allegedly accused a Saudi Public Transport Company’s...

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Edutainment events highlight of Red Crescent celebrations

  Munawarunnisa Nazneen Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — Awareness workshops and edutainment programs for children were the highlight of celebrations marking the International Day of the Red...

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9-hour work day ‘against international agreements’

Saudi Gazette report RIYADH — Forcing employees to work nine hours a day is against international labor agreements, a number of economic experts have said while discussing possible scenarios...

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Returning scholarship students complain of employment obstacles

  Saudi Gazette report TAIF — Scholarship students who have completed their education and returned home are complaining of difficulties in finding employment. Despite the trumpeted...

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Security aircraft to airlift aid until roads reopen

Abdulrahman Al-Ali Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — Security aircraft are still providing flood-hit villages and areas all over the Kingdom with aid. Thousands of food baskets have been distributed...

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