Saudi General Security Aviation Command joins effort to help Yemeni storm victims

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A man holds an umbrella as he takes shelter from rain brought by Cyclone Luban in Salalah, Oman, in this October 13, 2018 photo. (REUTERS)
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Streets and homes are flooded in the aftermath of the landfall of Cyclone Luban in eastern Yemen where residents ask government officials for help. (AFP)
Updated 20 October 2018

Saudi General Security Aviation Command joins effort to help Yemeni storm victims

  • Luban affected Yemeni families living along the coastal areas of Mahrah province

JEDDAH: The General Security Aviation Command has joined the Saudi efforts to help Yemeni people affected by tropical storm Luban, which hit several parts of Mahra. It has carried out rescue missions, helped to search for missing persons and undertaken medical evacuations, as well as transporting and delivering relief supplies.
Officials confirmed the participation of the aviation command as part of the humanitarian efforts by the Arab coalition to provide aid and relief to Mahra province.
A number of advanced aircraft are part of the effort. They are equipped with high-tech communications systems.


Saudi prosecutor issues arrest warrant over video showing child making knife threats

Updated 22 August 2019

Saudi prosecutor issues arrest warrant over video showing child making knife threats

  • The public prosecution said publishing videos showing this kind of material is a criminal act and promoted hate crimes

RIYADH: An arrest warrant has been issued for a person who published a video clip of a child brandishing a dagger while making threats and insulting education.
The warrant was issued by Saudi Arabia’s Attorney General Sheikh Saud Al-Mujib.
The public prosecution said publishing videos showing this kind of material is a criminal act and promoted hate crimes.