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Revenge motive suspected in woman’s murder

Abdulrahman Al-Ali Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — Police suspect revenge was the motive behind the murder of a woman whose body was found in Jeddah’s Al-Samer neighborhood last Friday....

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Govt departments must use social media

Ibrahim Badawood Al-Madinah Government departments no longer use traditional channels such as press conferences, press releases or official spokesmen to communicate with the public. Time has surpassed...

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Retirees should not be left alone

Rashid Al-Fouzan Al-Riyadh The number of retirees in the Kingdom is rapidly increasing. There are government retirees that fall under the Pension Fund and private sector ones that come under the...

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Exit stamps for stranded expats next week

Hassan Cheruppa Saudi Gazette JEDDAH – Deportation centers under the Passport Directorate will start issuing final exit stamps next week, in a special drive to help stranded Indian workers...

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Commotion in Qassim prison contained

AL-RAS — Prison authorities in Qassim were able to control the chaos caused by 14 prisoners who set fire to their cells and injured a security guard after hitting him on the head. The Prison...

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Boy cleaning water tank electrocuted

JEDDAH — A 16-year-old boy was electrocuted to death while helping his father clean their house’s water tank in Jeddah’s Al-Bawadi neighborhood. Makkah Civil Defense...

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Truck kills young man on Haramain Road

MAKKAH — A 20-year-old man died after he was hit by a truck on the Haramain Road. Makkah Traffic Department spokesman Lt. Col. Fawzi Al-Ansari said the truck driver was arrested. Also, an...

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Student killed in attack at school

TABUK — A high school student died at Tabuk’s King Khalid Hospital a few minutes after being admitted following a fight. He was attacked by two students from the same school who hit...

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12 panic-stricken girl students faint

RIYADH — Twelve female students of a private school in Riyadh’s Al-Muhamadiya neighborhood fainted after an air-conditioner shorted and caused a fire. The students had panic attacks...

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Ministry posts survey about auto dealers

Sultan Al-Sughair Saudi Gazette DAMMAM — The Ministry of Commerce and Industry has set up a questionnaire on its online portal as well as Twitter to gauge public reaction to services provided...

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Fuel prices threaten Gulf carriers’ domestic launch

Saudi Gazette report DAMMAM — Two air carriers that have won licenses from the General Authority for Civil Aviation (GACA) will not be able to operate by the end of this year, informed...

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BMC’s employment scheme to help graduates

  Sana Abdul Salam Saudi Gazette   JEDDAH — “Education for Employment,” a scheme initiated by Batterjee Medical College (BMC), will help secure...

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Vice-Minister of Labor crowns winners of inaugural Pearl Initiative Competition

   RIYADH — Mofarrej Alhaqbani, Vice-Minister of Labour, crowned the winners of the Pearl Initiative competition for students who have researched and prepared case studies...

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Enrich the lives of others by donating books

  Amal Al-Sibai Saudi Gazette   JEDDAH — Simply complaining without doing rarely accomplishes much. So, when highly effective people are dissatisfied with the...

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Only SP can improve Indian Muslims conditions - Minister

  Muhammad Mujahid Syed Saudi Gazette   JEDDAH — Fareed Mahfooz Kidwai, minister of state for planning in the UP government, believes it is the politics of...

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Women law graduates optimistic

Hanadi Abbas Okaz/Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — Women lawyers are looking forward to practicing the profession in the country after the first among them was officially granted registration. This...

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Wadi Al-Rummah: A f looding disaster waiting to happen

Saudi Gazette report BURAIDAH — Wadi Al-Rummah residents still remember a disaster that hit the area nine years ago when heavy rain caused the valley to overflow. That crisis caused hundreds...

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Tougher punishments for absent students

Saudi Gazette report TAIF — The Ministry of Education has approved new controls to curb absenteeism among students in government schools. They include students being barred from entering...

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Specter of death lurks on old Madinah-Qassim road

Saudi Gazette report MADINAH — A horrific accident that took place on the old Madinah-Qassim highway last Sunday revived calls by citizens, especially female teachers, to take necessary...

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More sports centers for young Saudis, says Prince Nawaf

Saudi Gazette report JEDDAH — President of Youth Welfare Prince Nawaf Bin Faisal Bin Fahd called for hundreds of new district sports centers to be established in various cities of Saudi...

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