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Price monitoring ineffective, say consumers

Saleh Al-Zahrani Okaz/Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — Economists and consumers said they have not noticed any improvement in prices following the monitoring of markets and restaurants. The Ministry...

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‘We will safeguard open-doors tradition’

Saudi Gazette report MADINAH — Prince Faisal Bin Salman took over as the new Emir of Madinah province on Sunday in line with the royal order appointing him to the key post, the Saudi Press...

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Pak officials explore ways to improve pilgrim services

Pakistan’s Minister for Religious Affairs Syed Khursheed Ahmed Shah (C) flanked by Ambassador Muhammad Naeem Khan (R) and Consul General Aftab A. Khokher (L) at a dinner in Jeddah Saturday. — SG...

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Patients battling renal failure speak about their sufferings

Tamader Al-Rehaili Okaz/Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — Patients who suffer from kidney failure spend up to 15 hours a week receiving dialysis, which is the most common method of treatment used by...

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Deport all illegal foreigners

Abdullah Omar Khayyat Okaz newspaper The increasing number of foreigners, whether legal or illegal, in the Kingdom is one of the most important economic issues facing our country. Expatriates occupy...

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They suffer in silence

Saleh Al-Turigee Okaz newspaper PERHAPS the most infamous Adhl case, which is when a woman’s male guardians prevent her from marrying, was that of a doctor in Madinah who spent 10 years in a...

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Murderer, drugs smuggler executed

RIYADH — Saudi Arabia on Tuesday executed one its nationals convicted of murder as well as a Syrian convicted of smuggling drugs into the Kingdom, the Interior Ministry announced. Mohammed...

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Pesticide content: Indian pepper banned

TAIF — The Ministry of Agriculture has banned import of pepper from India, a local newspaper reported. Tests revealed the presence of pesticides in samples of the pepper. The ministry has...

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Project for women empowerment set

DAMMAM — The Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz Fund for Women’s Development is preparing for the launch of a program that funds and develops projects run by women in March, a local...

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Work begins to dismantle Jeddah zoo

JEDDAH — Work has started to clear the Beautiful Creatures zoo in Jeddah two months after it closed, a local newspaper reported. The zoo is to make way for the Al-Haramain high speed train...

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Japanese Food Festival kicks off

JEDDAH – The Japanese Food Festival was inaugurated at Al Safina Restaurant, Hilton Hotel on Monday, Feb. 11 at 07:30 pm. The occasion was attended by the Consul General of Japan who led the...

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Maiden women’s cricket match in Kingdom

Saudi Gazette report RIYADH — Cricket Samarwa Tigers and Riyadh Fairies contested the inaugural Royal Academy of Cricket (RAC) ladies cricket match in the Kingdom. Famous and well-known...

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Several Jeddah students to be ‘iskolar ng bayan’

Donna Corpin Saudi Gazette    JEDDAH — Several students from Philippine-curriculum schools in Jeddah are bound for the University of the Philippines (UP), the...

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Women married to foreigners can now sponsor kids, spouse

Saudi Gazette report JEDDAH — The Directorate General of Passports has started implementing a Council of Ministers decision allowing Saudi women married to foreigners to sponsor their...

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Prince Faisal meets Pakistani Minister of Religious Affairs

Madinah Emir Prince Faisal Bin Salman meets with Pakistani Minister of Religious Affairs Syed Khursheed Ahmed Shah on Tuesday. The minister conveyed the greetings of Pakistan’s president and...

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NSHR needs to redefine role

Abdulaziz Al-Rebaiei and Mohammad Al-Enezi Saudi Gazette TAIF/DAMMAM — Some citizens are claiming that the National Society for Human Rights (NSHR) has lost its direction and has strayed...

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Valentine’s Special: Saudi religious police deny intent to close flower shops

The head of Saudi Arabia’s Commission for the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice [CPVPV], denied on Tuesday plans to close shops selling flowers during Valentine’s Day....

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Drop mahram rule for scholarship students: NSHR member

Saudi Gazette report JEDDAH — A member of the National Society for Human Rights (NSHR) has urged the Ministry of Higher Education to review a condition that states a male guardian must...

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Sign leadership screening test today

JEDDAH — A Comprehensive Skills Analysis Test in connection with selection of students for a leadership training program (Lead 2020) will be held on Wednesday. The screening test will be...

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240 jobless women graduates to sue ministry

Saudi Gazette report DAMMAM — Some 240 unemployed women graduates are planning to file a lawsuit against the Ministry of Civil Service for the delay in hiring them. All the women are teachers...

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