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Cooking gas shortage hits Jeddah again

Saudi Gazette report JEDDAH — A shortage of cooking gas cylinders hit Jeddah for the second time in less than a month during the peak of Eid Al-Fitr celebrations. On the second and third days...

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Burglary gang busted in Jeddah

Abdulrahman Al-Ali Saudi Gazette JEDDAH – Nine people have been arrested after allegedly pulling off 28 thefts in various Jeddah neighborhoods including Al-Naseem, Bani Malik and Al-Aziziyah,...

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In worrying new trend, tasers prove a hit among youth

Saudi Gazette report DAMMAM – Taser guns are commonly available and widely popular among the country’s youth, worrying many that the guns, which are known for incapacitating their...

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800 members of ‘Darrajati’ spreading cycling culture

Saudi Gazette report AL-KHOBAR – A number of cycling enthusiasts have formed a group to spread the culture of cycling in the Kingdom by promoting it as a sport and exercise outlet, Al-Yaum...

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Car crashes into stray camel

MAHAYEL ASIR – A Saudi narrowly escaped death when he crashed into a camel that suddenly crossed his path on the road at a highway near Al-Qunfudah. The driver could not avoid hitting the...

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Fireworks burn man, five children

MAKKAH – Six family members, five of them children, sustained moderate to severe burns when several lit firecrackers were thrown in their direction while they were watching a fireworks show...

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Child injured by shrapnel

JAZAN – A seven-year-old boy was accidentally hit by shrapnel from a bullet fired by a police officer while he was chasing a car because the driver refused to pull over, according to Jazan...

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Youth, mother die in traffic accident

TAIF – A man in his 20s and his mother died while his three sisters were injured when he lost control over his car and hit a street light at the Taif-Baha Highway, said Taif Traffic...

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Five-year-old shoots sibling

AL-BAHA – A five-year-old child accidentally shot his 11-year-old brother dead while playing around with the father’s gun, according to Al-Baha police spokesman Lt. Col. Saad...

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Boy electrocuted by pigeon cage

ABU AREESH — A boy was electrocuted after he touched a live wire while checking on his pigeons inside the cage on their house’s roof, said a spokesman for Abu Areesh General...

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Brawl at wedding in Rafah; four injured

RAFHA — Four persons got in a physical altercation during a wedding ceremony in Rafha Governorate, according to Northern Borders Police spokesman Brig. Bandar Al-Ayda. Police officers had to...

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Missing man found dead

JEDDAH — The body of a man who was reported missing last Saturday following a flood at Al-Jaeza Valley cineast Leith Governorate was found dead 10 kilometers away from his car, according to...

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Infant survives accident, parents die

AFIF — An infant survived a road accident that killed his parents on Sunday evening when two cars traveling at high speed crashed head-on. The second car was driven by a young man who...

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Sudanese rescued after camel attack

AL-SAEERA – A Sudanese shepherd in his 40s survived a ferocious attack by a raging camel that came after him, kicking him all over his body and causing him contusions and injuries. The camel...

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Eid sweets send eight to hospital

SAMTAH — A family of eight were down with food poisoning after eating Eid sweets at a village in Samtah Governorate, according to Jazan Health Affairs spokesman Muhammad Al-Sumaili. They were...

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Man repeats attempts to commit suicide

AL-BAHA — For the second time in a row, Al-Baha police officers prevented a Saudi in his 30s from committing suicide, according to police chief Brig. Mesfer Al-Khathami. The man climbed a...

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Renowned Pakistani TV host and scholar passes away

Syed Mussarat Khalil Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — Distinguished Pakistanis in Saudi Arabia expressed grief and sorrow on the sad demise of Quraish Pur also known as Zulqrnain Qureshi. He ...

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Future of books not in danger, says Al-Yousufi

Muhammad Mujahid Syed Saudi Gazette JEDDAH – "During my 38-year stay in the Kingdom I bear witness to the changes it has gone through. The education sector, business and city...

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Alaan Artspace Developing the art scene in Saudi Arabia since its inception

Mariam Nihal Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — Located in the heart of Riyadh, Al?an Artspace is a multi-dimensional house of art that cultivates and inspires local talent while being an...

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Moratorium on Ethiopian recruitment may end soon

JEDDAH — The temporary ban on recruitment of Ethiopian housemaids might be lifted soon because the Ministry of Labor does not have alternative countries to recruit labor from, according to a...

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