Ksrelief provides Syrian refugees, displaced Yemenis with vital services

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Displaced Yemenis gather to receive Saudi-provided food aid at a camp for the displaced in the Khokha district of the western province of Hodeida, on January 21, 2019. (AFP)
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The center clinics are working on providing Syrian refugees with a safe and disease-resistant environment. (SPA)
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KSRelief has been also providing food assistance to displaced Yemenis. (SPA)
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The center clinics are working on providing Syrian refugees with a safe and disease-resistant environment. (SPA)
Updated 02 February 2019

Ksrelief provides Syrian refugees, displaced Yemenis with vital services

  • KSRelief held its fourth session to support fishermen by providing training on the usage of GPS devices

JEDDAH: In the fourth week of January, the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief) assisted 4,434 Syrian refugees in the Zaatari camp in Jordan.
The center clinics are working on providing Syrian refugees with a safe and disease-resistant environment, through specialized medical teams and modern medical equipment.
KSRelief has been also providing food assistance to displaced Yemenis, where it recently distributed more than 658 food baskets weighing 49 tons for displaced and affected people in Dhale governorate, benefiting 3,948 individuals.
On Friday, as part of the livelihood improvement project in Yemen, KSRelief held its fourth session to support fishermen by providing training on the usage of GPS devices.


WATCH: Car ploughs through Grand Mosque courtyard in Makkah, crashes into door

Updated 20 min 27 sec ago

WATCH: Car ploughs through Grand Mosque courtyard in Makkah, crashes into door

  • Police say driver in ‘abnormal’ condition

RIYADH: Video footage captured the dramatic moment a car was driven at high speed across the courtyard of the Grand Mosque in Makkah, before finally smashing into one of the doors on Friday night.

Saudi security authorities then arrested a man who was pulled from the car, state news agency SPA reported.

Reports suggest the car was driven at high speed on a road surrounding the southern square the Grand Mosque, also known Masjid Haramain, SPA added, quoting the official spokesman of Makkah region, Sultan Al-Dossari.

He said the incident happened at around 10:30 p.m..

No one was hurt in the incodent the report added.

Investigators said the driver of the car was a Saudi citizen who was “in an abnormal condition.” 

The offender is being referred to the Public Prosecution office, it said.