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Store worker steals cell phone images

QURAYYAT — The Commission of the Promotion of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice (Hai’a) in Al-Jouf nabbed a cell phone store employee who stole personal images from female...

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3 victims of Jubail accident identified

DAMMAM — The Eastern Province Health Affairs spokesman said the corpses of three children, involved in the deadly Jubail school bus accident on Wednesday, have been identified and...

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Saher cameras in Madinah next week

MADINAH — Starting next week, Saher cameras will go into operation in several key locations on main streets and intersections in Madinah, according to the head of safety department at Madinah...

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Jordanian accreditation for Saudi forensic doc

Adel Babkair Okaz/Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — Saudi doctor Manar Al-Harthy was recently accredited by the Jordanian Board in Medicine and Pathology (JBMP) after she successfully passed all of the...

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Sana’a medical city named after King Abdullah

RIYADH — Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah has given his approval to name after him a medical city being built in the Yemeni capital Sana’a with Saudi aid. The Kingdom...

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Saudi female divers fear no challenges

Adel Babkair Okaz/Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — Diving in the Kingdom has largely been a male dominated hobby and rarely have we heard about female divers who are interested in exploring the depth...

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Lion cub at large in Makkah

Hatim Al-Masoudi Okaz/Saudi Gazette MAKKAH — Police have mobilized several officers to search for a four-month-old lion cub that escaped from his owner’s house in Al-Awali...

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Al-Kharj disabled center’s chief axed

Saudi Gazette report RIYADH/AL-KHARJ — Minister of Social Affairs Yousuf Al-Othaimeen issued an urgent decision on Thursday relieving the director of the Center for the Care of the Disabled...

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Expat housewives must stay at home: Labor Ministry

Saudi Gazette report DAMMAM – The Ministry of Labor has officially warned expatriates against allowing their wives who are in the Kingdom as housewives to work in the private sector and said...

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Police comb Faifa mountains in crackdown on infiltrators

Abdullah Al-Fifi Okaz/Saudi Gazette FAIFA — Three Ethiopian infiltrators were killed in a shootout with security officers who were raiding several suspicious locations in the border region....

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45 injured in Riyadh prison riot

   RIYADH — At least 45 inmates of Riyadh’s Al-Malaz Prison were injured on Friday after they fought inside their cells, Al-Hayat daily reported on Saturday. The...

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Lion cub was stolen; thief arrested

Saudi Gazette report  MAKKAH — Police have arrested the thief who stole a lion cub from its den in Al-Awali neighborhood on Thursday, Al-Madinah daily reported Saturday quoting...

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Bootlegger gets jail term, lashes

Abdurahman Al-Ali Saudi Gazette  JEDDAH – The Jeddah Criminal Court on Saturday sentenced an Ethiopian to five years in prison and 500 lashes for brewing and selling alcohol. A...

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DAH workshop highlights role of mediation in conf lict resolution

  Sana Abdul Salam Saudi Gazette   JEDDAH — In conjunction with Walker Consultancy, Dar Al-Hekma College (DAH) recently organized a mediation workshop that was open...

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Pakistan Ladies’ Group

   Pakistan Ambassador Mohammad Naeem Khan cuts the cake in the presence of Consul General Aftab A. Khokher (R) and coordinator Nighat Farooqi at a function organized by the Pakistan...

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Fine for Saudi who rescued distressed teachers

  Khalid Al-Jabri Okaz/Saudi Gazette  MADINAH — A Saudi rescued eight teachers and the driver of their car following an accident on the Madinah-Hail Road. Humood Al-Shamani...

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Keek: A fine line between use and abuse

Laura Bashraheel Saudi Gazette    JEDDAH — Saudi Arabia has some of the highest adoption rates of social networking sites in the world with Facebook,...

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Cinema is not understood as a form of art in Saudi Arabia — Ahd Kamel

Saudi Gazette reporter Roberta Fedele, left, interviews Saudi actress and director Ahd Kamel on the success of her recently released short movie “Sanctity” and her experience and...

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Pen to Paper exhibition and Ayyam Gallery’s grand opening attractions of...

  From left to right: Saudi Artist Qaswra Hafez, Founder of Ayyam Gallery Khaled Samawi, Founder of Ayyam Gallery Jouhayna Samawi, Sotheby’s International Contemporary Art Specialist...

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Grand Mufti: Luring women to incite resistance is unlawful

Abdullah Al-Dani Okaz/Saudi Gazette  JEDDAH — Sheikh Abdul Aziz Al-Alsheikh, the Kingdom’s Grand Mufti, called on Muslims within their societies to protect the trust and...

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