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Actress Isabel Granada Died After Collapsing in Qatar

Share this on WhatsAppFilipino actress Isabel Granada was on a business trip with her husband to Qatar, while during a ‘meet and greet’ event with her fans in Doha, she suddenly collapsed and was taken to hospital. An announcement issued by Granada’s husband, Arnel Cowley on October 24th said the …

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Shocking Moment Zookeeper Is Mauled By Tiger

Share this on WhatsAppA young zoo-keeper was attacked by a Siberian Tiger in front of horrified visitors as she went into its enclosure to feed it. The woman’s life was miraculously saved by quick-thinking onlookers who were said to have shouted at and thrown things at the 15-year-old male tiger. …

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At Least 27 Dead In Texas Church Massacre

Share this on WhatsAppAt least 27 people have died after a gunman opened fire at a church in Texas during a Sunday service at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs in Wilson County. A police commissioner has confirmed the news that at least 27 people have died while several …

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British Woman Arrested In Egypt For Carrying Painkillers

Share this on WhatsAppA British woman was imprisoned in Egypt after flying into the country with painkillers for her husband’s sore back. 33-year-old Laura Plummer, from Kingston upon Hull, was arrested after she took nearly 300 painkiller tablets including Tramadol and some Naproxen in her suitcase, the Sun reported. According …

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New anti-terror laws include death penalty

Share this on WhatsAppDAMMAM – The newly announced laws against terrorism and its funding include the death penalty. The new laws state that individuals defaming and publicly insulting the King and the Crown Prince will be sentenced to 5 to 10 years of imprisonment. Terrorists conducting terror attacks while carrying arms …

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Princes, ministers detained in corruption probe

Share this on WhatsAppThe newly-formed anti-corruption committee announced that it is reopening the file of the 2009 Jeddah floods and investigating the coronavirus cases. — File photo Riyadh — At least 11 princes, four sitting ministers and ‘tens’ of former ministers have been arrested on orders of the new anti-corruption supreme …

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Saudi billionaire Prince Alwaleed detained in corruption inquiry

Share this on WhatsAppSaudi authorities detained one of the Kingdom’s most prominent businessmen and the head of the National Guard in a sweeping anti-corruption inquiry that gives Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman more authority. Billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, who owns investment firm Kingdom Holding, was among 11 princes, four ministers and …

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Women Over 45 Years No Longer Need Mehram to Go on Haj

Share this on WhatsAppDecisions taken for Haj 2018 is likely to evoke mix responses from the pilgrims. While the proposal for allowing women above the age of 45 years to travel without a mehram — a male companion — has been approved, the subsidy given by the government could be …

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