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2,700 inmates to benefit from e-gate in first phase

Mishal Al-Otaibi Saudi Gazette RIYADH — Some 2,700 inmates of prisons under the General Investigation Bureau will initially benefit from the Interior Ministry’s newly launched...

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Tree Week

Jazan Emir Prince Muhammad Bin Nasser inaugurates the activities of a Tree Week in the region by planting a sapling at the Corniche Gardens at the center of Jazan city on Sunday. — SPA

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Woman, 28, takes refuge at Abha shelter alleging abuse

Saudi Gazette report ABHA — Zubaidah, a 28-year-old Saudi woman, has taken refuge at the Social Protection Home in Abha. She alleged that her brothers started to physically abuse her after...

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MoH to sue online newspaper for slander

Saeed Al-Khotani Saudi Gazette RIYADH — The Ministry of Health said it will sue the online Saudi newspaper Sabq for publishing a report accusing it of retaining a senior health official who...

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Kingdom under the spotlight

Mazen Baleelah Al-Madinah The consul for culture and tourism at the Turkish Embassy has said that Saudis could obtain entry visas to Turkey in a matter of few minutes at the country’s...

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Fake accounts on Facebook, Twitter ‘incite subversion’

Saudi Gazette report RIYADH — Many Iranian and Iraqi Twitter/Facebook accounts operating under the guise of Saudi names have been discovered by the Assakina Campaign for Dialogue (ACD), said...

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Senior Jamiaite honored in Al-Khobar

AL–KHOBAR — The alumni of New Delhi’s Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI), recently honored Ghizal Mahdi, a senior Jamiaite who was here on a private visit. The alumni also...

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Court to resume flood case today

Abdul Rahman Al-Ali Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — The Jeddah Administrative Court is due to continue Tuesday hearing the case of three people who indirectly contributed to severe floods in Jeddah in...

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MoL: Raids not targeting schools

RIYADH — The Ministry of Labor Monday denied reports that the current drive to flush out labor law violators is targeting school and hospital staffers. Deputy Minister Mufreh Al-Haqabani said...

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EP female teachers forced to foot school bills

Saudi Gazette report DAMMAM — A number of female school teachers working in Dammam and Al-Qassim have complained that their school principals required them to pay plumbing fees in exchange...

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Shoura OKs regulations to tackle flight of tenants

RIYADH — The Shoura Council approved regulations to settle disputes involving landlords and tenants following the flight of tenants without settling dues and handing over keys of apartments....

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Land allocated to meet 9th Plan housing needs

RIYADH — The Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs has allocated 238 sites covering a total area of over 169 million sq. meters to the Ministry of Housing in various regions of the Kingdom....

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Pak poet Jarral’s contribution lauded

Muhammad Mujahid Syed Saudi Gazette  JEDDAH — Literary societies and cultural forums in the city accorded a warm welcome to Noor Muhammad Jarral, a famous Pakistani poet, during his...

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Toastmasters Area 15 speech contest held in Al-Khobar

Saudi Gazette report AL-KHOBAR — Toastmasters International is a world leader in communication and leadership development. It has a strong membership of 280,000 members worldwide. These...

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Youth should be motivated to help others, says Al Alami

Saman Ali DHAHRAN — The name Abdullah Al Alami resonates human rights. An avid fan of the famous American writer E.E. Cummings, Al Alami believes in respecting everyone and sharing his...

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Al-Turki’s work of art is real ready reference to the ‘Bride of the Red Sea’

L. Ramnarayan Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — Any form of compilation is painstaking work. And it is due to this fact most of the major compilation takes years to fructify. In addition, unless it is...

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Exorbitant rents make young Saudis despair

Abdulrahman Al-Hamdan Okaz/Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — Many young Saudis said they feel depressed due to the inflated rents of apartments that cause them to fall into debt. Their salaries are...

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Call for more cooperation between banks, police and security firms

Fatima Muhammad Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — Absence of high quality cameras and unclear videos is the prime reason behind multiple robberies of ATMs and banks, said Saleh Al-Ghamdi, head of the...

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King in Riyadh

Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah has a word with Crown Prince Sultan Bin Abdul Aziz, Deputy Premier and Minister of Defense, in Riyadh, Monday. The King arrived in the capital from...

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EP residents concerned about power outages in summer

Saudi Gazette report DAMMAM — Residents of the Eastern Province are worried that the increase in temperature will result in power outages like every other summer. A few houses experienced...

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