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Saudi pardoned after 18 yrs on death row

Saudi Gazette report  TAIF – A man who spent 18 years on the death row for murdering a friend has finally been released from A Taif prison on Wednesday after his tribe, relatives,...

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Women lawyers slam ministry over delayed licenses

Saudi Gazette report  JEDDAH — A number of Saudi female lawyers alleged that the Justice Ministry has refused to accept their applications for licenses to practice law even though...

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Hailstorms hit parts of southern Asir

A picturesque view from a village in Al-Namas governorate following a heavy hailstorm. Rains accompanied by hailstorms hit parts of the southern Asir province Thursday afternoon. — SPA

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Father dies after son donates two-thirds of liver to save him

Saudi Gazette report  MADINAH – A man was described as giving the best examples of loyalty, kindness and obedience when he donated two-thirds of his liver tissue to his father who...

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Are women better drivers?

Abdullah Bajubair Al-Eqtisadiah newspaper   Is there a difference between male and female drivers? According to numerous studies, there are differences in the way men and women drive...

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The fine line between support and denial

Saleh Al-Turigee Okaz newspaper   Both of my interlocutors were very dedicated to the issue of women driving and none of them wanted women to leave the house. The two young men were...

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Iraq offers full cooperation to lawyers of Saudi prisoners

Mishal Al-Otaibi Saudi Gazette   RIYADH – An Iraqi Embassy official has said that appointing Western lawyers to defend Saudis imprisoned in his country will not have the...

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70-year-old father shoots his son dead

DAMMAM – A father shot his son several times in the head and different parts of the body after a heated argument between them over some family affairs, Al Yaum daily reported. The 70-year-old...

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Police talk man out of committing suicide

TABUK — Tabuk Police succeeded in talking a young man out of committing suicide after the latter got to the top floor of a newly constructed building and threatened to jump. Eyewitnesses said...

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Infant’s dead body mystifies Asir police

ABHA — Al-Majaridah Governorate Police are investigating the death of an infant whose dead body was found on a street. Asir Health Affairs spokesman said doctors discovered marks on the...

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Gas cylinder gets costlier in Madinah

MADINAH — A gas cylinder is being sold for SR20 in Madinah following the limitation of getting filled gas caused by the recent fire in a gas filling station in the east of the city. Many gas...

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Campaign in Najran benefits the disabled

NAJRAN — Prince Mishal Bin Abdullah Foundation for the Disabled here has recently launched “We Support the Disabled” campaign. The donations included medical beds,...

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Second MVPI station coming up in Riyadh

RIYADH — Another Motor Vehicle Periodic Inspection (MVPI) station will soon come up in the capital. The General Directorate of MVPI has already started constructing the station in the...

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41 women embrace Islam

RIYADH — Forty-one women of five different nationalities embraced Islam last month at a dawah office north Riyadh. The director of the women’s section, Muna Al-Khaldi, lauded the...

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Seized ammunition

Arms seized by Border Guard on display in Jazan, Friday. Over the last two months, authorities have confiscated 308 weapons in addition to 13,051 live rounds of ammunition. Moreover, 1,775 kg of...

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Classic cars at Buraidah Spring Festival

Visitors capture some of the classic cars in their cameras at the Buraidah Spring Festival, Friday. Over 300 vintage cars with models as old as 1902 were on display at the festival. Several vehicles...

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Tragic tales of family apathy abound at Al-Amal complex

Soad Al-Shamrani Okaz/Saudi Gazette   RIYADH — At Al-Amal Complex for Mental Health (ACMH), one hears miserable and sad stories about mental health patients who were...

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Opinion divided on stores closing late in the night

DAMMAM — With recent calls for stores to remain open past the usual 10 to 11 p.m. closing time, residents are divided on whether or not they should support the move. The most common worry is...

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5m students return to classes today

Saudi Gazette report  RIYADH — Over five million students are scheduled to return to their schools Saturday at the start of the second semester of the current academic year. Schools...

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Saudi women cleaners: What is the harm?

Samar Al-Miqren Al-Jazirah newspaper   Al-Watan newspaper recently published a report under the headline “Saudi women break the disgrace barrier and work as...

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