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4 million Captagon pills seized

  • RIYADH: Saudi Customs foiled an attempt on Wednesday to smuggle more than 4 million Captagon pills through Duba port in the northwest of the Kingdom. According to reports, the contraband was being smuggled in a truck which came to Duba on a ferry. The authorities found the pills hidden under a...
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45,000 trees mitigate summer heat in Jubail

  • JUBAIL: Approximately 45,000 Delonix trees have been cultivated by the forestation and irrigation department at the Royal Commission of Jubail (RCJ) in streets, school yards, mosques, neighborhood centers and the city center to add a unique aesthetic look and mitigate summer heat.Delonix trees...
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48 hours in Cairo: To experience the Egyptian city’s old-world vibe or simply to see the pyramids requires just two days

  • With recovery still very slow for Egypt’s tourism industry — the coastal resorts among the hardest hit — most travelers coming to Egypt these days arrive in the capital, Cairo. Usually this is for business or transit, which often means they have little more than a couple of days to explore one...
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488 surgeries conducted for pilgrims at Al-Noor Hospital

  • MAKKAH: Al-Noor Specialist Hospital performed 488 surgical operations for pilgrims during the recent Haj. The procedures included 23 brain and neurosurgery operations, six procedures related to blood vessels, 192 orthopedic surgeries, 98 general surgeries, twenty-two cosmetic procedures, four...
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50 years of failed strategy is nothing to commemorate

  • The most important thing about remembering the 1967 war — in which Israel launched a “pre-emptive strike” against Egypt, Syria and Jordan — is not that it was 50 years ago. But that is what we will mistakenly focus on. What is important is how we got there and why nothing has changed. The war...
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50 years on, Israel keeps tight grip on Palestinian economy

  • SALFIT, West Bank: Fuad Maraita wakes up at 3:30 a.m. His hometown of Salfit in the Israeli-occupied West Bank lies in darkness. He drinks coffee, slings a bag with his lunch over his shoulder, gets on a minibus and starts the grueling journey to his job laying tiles at a construction site nea...
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51 years after car wreck, 7-inch turn signal lever removed from man’s arm

  • CREVE COEUR, Missouri: Fifty-one years ago, Arthur Lampitt of Granite City, Illinois, smashed his brand new 1963 Thunderbird into a truck. This week during surgery in suburban St. Louis, a 7-inch turn signal lever from that T-Bird was removed from his left arm in a 45-minute operation. Lampitt,...
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58% of Saudi women suffer from osteoporosis

  • The incidence of osteoporosis in the Kingdom recently reached alarming levels compared to other countries, registering 58 and 32.2 percent for women and men respectively....
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58,197 Saudis work for Health Ministry

  • RIYADH: The Ministry of Health released its 2011 annual report yesterday. Health Minister Dr. Abdullah Al-Rabeeah said his ministry is entrusted with the provision of preventive, acute and rehabilitative health care for the Kingdom’s population. It provides primary health care service through a...
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6 Arab beauty brands that sell sunscreens

  • As the weather warms up, here are some Middle Eastern skincare and makeup products that contain sun protection factor (SPF) to protect your skin from ultraviolet rays.
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