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By Abeer Abbas JAZAN – Jabara Al-Hakami was sentenced to death 14 years ago after she killed a little child in a village in Jazan province. She was saved shortly before being beheaded last week, thanks to the good offices of Jazan Emir Prince Muhammad Bin Nasser who intervened at the last minute. The woman The post Jazan emir’s intervention saves woman’s life at last minute appeared first on Saudi G…
01.21 / 21:32
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Riyadh — She is not their biological mother, yet she has raised them like one. She worked as a nanny for 18 years in an orphanage in Riyadh, taking care of orphans and teaching them values and good manners. Huda Mohammed Atallah returned home to Egypt two-and-a-half years ago because of her own family compulsions. The post Nanny reunites with children she raised in Riyadh orphanage appeared first on Saudi G…
01.21 / 21:31
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Islam Times - Saudi media say two terrorists have been killed in the city of Jeddah during clashes with Saudi security forces, who had swooped on their hideout in the port city. …
01.21 / 08:37
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DONALD TRUMP was sworn in Friday as the 45th president of the United States, taking power over a divided country after a savage campaign and setting the country on a new, uncertain path at home and abroad. In a ceremony that draw 900,000 people, including protesters, Trump and his vice president, Mike Pence, took the The post Pageantry and protests mark beginning of Trump’s tenure appeared first on Saudi G…
01.20 / 21:19
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"We're going to turn Saudi Arabia into a softer place, a more pleasant place to live," said Khaled al-Falih, Minister of Energy, Industry and Mineral Resources.The changes will come under a plan launched last year to shift the economy of the world's biggest oil exporter into one led by the private…
01.20 / 10:39
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By Mansour Al-Shihri RIYADH — Nationals from 40 countries have been involved in terror and security cases the Kingdom witnessed during the past few years. A statement issued by the Interior Ministry through its Tawasul (communications) portal said that 5,085 suspects are in detention in five intelligence prisons in the Kingdom. Some of these suspects The post 40 nationalities involved in terror activities appeared first on Saudi G…
01.18 / 21:23
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By Othman Al-Shallash AL-RASS – The Rass-Nabhaniya Road serves more than 200 villages and townships in two governorates but many fatal accidents have occurred on the road due to its narrowness, broken asphalt, lack of fencing and speeding in the past. Okaz/Saudi Gazette visited about 30 townships in the area to hear what its residents The post Death traps on Rass-Nabhaniya Road frighten residents of over 200 villages appeared first on Saudi G…
01.18 / 21:04
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RIYADH — In the past few years, food trucks has become a common phenomenon in Saudi Arabia as they have been seen in several spots around the city such as, exhibitions, forums, public areas and events in general. Additionally, food trucks have grown rapidly as a number of families have found a way to develop The post Medical city hosts food trucks festival appeared first on Saudi G…
01.18 / 21:03
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Many thousands of Jordanian expats working in the Gulf face an uncertain future as low oil prices begin forcing GCC governments to cut spending. Just how prepared is Jordan for their potential return? By Mothanna Gharaibeh Following the energy sector... The post Readying for an Expat Exodus appeared first on Venture…
01.18 / 09:51
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