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‘Private hospitals need to register in MoH program’

Saeed Al Khotani Saudi Gazette  RIYADH — All private hospitals in the Kingdom will soon be required to register in the Sentinel Events Program developed by the Ministry of Health...

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Prince Saud Al-Faisal receives Somalia’s Minister

   Prince Saud Al-Faisal, Minister of Foreign Affairs, receives Somalia’s Minister of State Fareh Abdulqader Mohammed at his office in Riyadh on Saturday. Fareh handed to...

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Foundation provides buses to group helping disabled adults

  RIYADH — The Alwaleed Bin Talal Foundation, chaired by Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal, and the Physically Disabled Adults Association in Riyadh have supporting a public transport...

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Hone skills in specialized writing, experts say

Fatima Muhammad Saudi Gazette   JEDDAH — A Saudi columnist said the climate in Kingdom is conducive for specialized journalism as it offers an “awesome”...

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The psychologically ill and the lexicon of bad names

  Saleh Al-Turigee Okaz newspaper  Some readers took offense when I described in a previous column Mohammed Bouazizi, the young Tunisian man who sparked the revolution in Tunisia, as...

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Owners ask tenants to help in building construction

Saudi Gazette  MAKKAH – Many Makkah building owners, who have been unable to finish construction works on their properties due to the increase in construction material prices, have...

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Cover-ups reach 80% in Makkah hotels

Sameer Al-Thebaiti Okaz/Saudi Gazette  MAKKAH — A number of investors in the hospitality sector have expressed their resentment at the increasing trend of commercial sub-letting of...

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Border guards rescue four sailors

DAMMAM — Border Guard patrols in Al-Qatif sector rescued four Asian sailors whose boat experienced technical difficulties in the middle of the sea. Meanwhile, coast guards also arrested three...

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Fire at residential building contained

   DAMMAM — Civil Defense firefighters in Dammam succeeded in putting out a fire that gutted a kitchen at a residential building in the Al-Mazrouyia district in Dammam. The...

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91 illegals rounded up in Al-Darb raids

AL-DARB — Police at Al-Darb near Jazan carried out four raids that led to the arrests of 91 illegal immigrants. Col. Awad Bin Abdullah Al-Qahtani, Jazan police spokesman, said the forces...

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7 teachers survive horrific accident

   TAIF — Seven female teachers narrowly escaped death when the bus carrying them to their school on the Taif-Riyadh Road overturned three times after the driver lost...

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Jeddah police bust burglary gang

   JEDDAH — Jeddah police busted a gang of burglars comprising of 13 Yemenis who specialized in looting luxury villas in north Jeddah. According to information collected by...

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Placenta left in womb during caesarean

Mishal Al-Otaibi   RIYADH — A medical team at a public hospital in Riyadh left a large portion of the placenta inside the abdomen of a 30-year-old mother following a caesarean...

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Dubai court acquits Saudi student of Scot’s murder

Saudi Gazette report  DUBAI – A Dubai court has acquitted an 18-year-old Saudi student of killing a Scottish chef who died a few months ago after being pushed by the student during...

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Madinah ‘prison groom’ spared execution

Mesleh Al-Harbi  Okaz/Saudi Gazette  MADINAH — Awadh Al-Harbi, convicted of murder, escaped execution as the demanded blood money of SR27 million was finally paid. Al-Harbi...

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Diabetic neuropathy ‘increasing’ in KSA

Renad Ghanem Saudi Gazette  JEDDAH — Around a third of diabetic patients in the Kingdom suffer from neuropathic pain, according to a medical expert. Dr. Abdullah Muhammad Kaki,...

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Understanding society’s obsession with professional cameras

Joud Al-Amri Saudi Gazette   JEDDAH — Professional cameras known as digital SLR (single-lens reflex) cameras have invaded our homes in a record time. Once only affordable to few,...

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Tarhati: A colorful touch

  Sadiya Nadeem and Amal Al-Sibai Saudi Gazette  JEDDAH — The Islamic headscarf is a symbol of modesty, dignity, and reserve. Neatly wrapping the scarf around her head to...

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IFJ conducts blood donation camp

Syed Abdallah Rizvi Saudi Gazette   JUBAIL — India Forum Jubail (IFJ), a community service organization based here in Saudi Arabia, conducted its first blood donation camp in...

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Small hands big deeds

   Over 400 students from different schools in Al-Ahsa participated in an all-out campaign to clean up towns and villages in the region. The campaign, dubbed “Hand in Hand...

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