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Saher system alone is not enough to organize traffic

Mohammed Al-Sudairy Okaz newspaper We should all be supporters of the Saher system which has been implemented by the directorate general of traffic in streets and highways in a number of towns and...

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The actions of sadists

Amr Salam Okaz/Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — Jeddah may be blessed with people who will provide assistance in an emergency, but the city also suffers from those who go out of their way to cause...

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Principal beats student for ‘fidgeting during prayers’

Mishal Al-Otaibi Okaz/Saudi Gazette RIYADH — A Saudi has complained to the National Society for Human Rights (NSFR) about a school principal who allegedly assaulted his son. The Ministry of...

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Too much cell phone usage could affect your health

Amal Al-Sibai Saudi Gazette In today’s world having a cell phone has become an urgent necessity and not just an added luxury. In Saudi Arabia, everyone has a cell phone, starting from nine...

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Saudi Arabia: Chosen for generations to come

  Mariam Nihal Saudi Gazette  A number of expatriates who come to work in Saudi Arabia aim for permanent residency in the country and choose to spend their lives here with their...

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Some tips

  Here are some tips to follow to keep your usage of cell phones under control and to prevent health complications resulting from extreme use of this technology.  1. Use speakerphone...

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Traffic accident claims university student

JAZAN — A 27-year-old university student was killed when his car crashed into a concrete truck on Sabya-Al-Kadmi Road. The force of the crash split the man’s car into two trapping...

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Drowning woman rescued in Dhiba

TABUK — Search and rescue teams from Tabuk Border Guards rescued a woman from drowning at Al-Kheraibah beach in Dhiba. Spokesman for Tabuk Border Guards Col. Abdullah Al-Gherair said the...

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Robbers who stole SR300,000 caught

  JEDDAH — Jeddah police arrested five thieves who stole SR300,000 from the accountant of a large company. They were monitoring their target for a few days and robbed him in plain...

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First basketball court for girls in EP launched

  Saudi Gazette Dammam — The General Administration of Education in the Eastern Province has launched the first ever recreational club for girls in the region. The club, which comes...

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Ethiopian maid accused of murdering sponsor

  Ibrahim Alwi, and Abdullah Al-Abdali Okaz/Saudi Gazette Jeddah — An Ethiopian maid allegedly murdered her sponsor and attempted to murder his nine-year-old son in the...

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Four detainees arrested after fleeing police center

Iftikhar Bahfain Okaz/Saudi Gazette JAZAN — Jazan police were successful in arresting four convicts after they escaped from Al-Raith police center. Col. Awad Al-Qahtani said that the convicts...

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105 illegal immigrants apprehended

Qunfudah — Search and investigation teams from Al-Darb police apprehended 90 people hiding out in a valley at Al-Kadrah. A police patrol grew suspicious of a vehicle that was frequenting the...

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Man tries adhan in Prophet’s Mosque

MADINAH — Security personnel at the Prophet’s Mosque in Madinah apprehended a man who tried to call for prayer during Fajr without permission. He entered the mosque carrying a stick...

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NACC pays corruption informants

RIYADH — An official from the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) announced that the commission handed rewards to a number of whistleblowers after the commission verified that their...

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Health Ministry accused of neglecting swine flu child

  RAFHA — Residents of the northeast governorate of Rafha buried on Monday a girl who died from swine flu and was reportedly confined for several days without receiving any...

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Drugs warning for parents during school exams

Mishal Al-Otaibi Saudi Gazette RIYADH – Parents and guardians have been urged to take extra caution against drug dealers and gangs that could be targeting their children as school exams...

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Residents complain of the lack of pedestrian crosswalks

  Adel Abdulrahman Okaz/Saudi Gazette  JEDDAH — Pedestrians who cross busy streets risk being run over, as pedestrians crosswalks are virtually non-existent. This...

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Patients with kidney disease decry lack of job opportunities

Saudi Gazette JEDDAH – Patients who suffer from kidney disease face a host of difficulties when applying for jobs. Private firms are usually unwilling to employ them on the pretext that they...

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Future of students should not be a tool for the greedy

Khaled Al-Sulaiman Okaz newspaper A teacher at a private school told me that he spends 10 percent of his energy educating students and uses the remaining 90 percent to convince parents that their sons...

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