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Never Had The Chance To Say Goodbye

By Sameera Aziz (Saudi Gazette) JEDDAH – For taxi driver Mohammed Naeem, who works in the streets of Jeddah day and night to support a large family in his native Pakistan, the unimaginable happened on Wednesday when he lost many of his dear ones in an earthquake that flattened his village Wam in Pakkistan’s Balochistan region. His wife is known ...

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Let The Best Man Win

By Sameera Aziz (Saudi Gazette) ONLY two days are left for the hotly contested American presidential elections. Across the seas, election fever has caught up with expatriates and overseas Americans in the Kingdom. “McCain or Obama- let the best person win,” said Layal Zok, a Lebanese working in the US consulate in Jeddah. “The world is going through a financial ...

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The SR1,000 Solution

By Sameera Aziz (Saudi Gazette) PAKISTANI expatriates in the Kingdom are appealing to their community members to use their remittances to prop up the country’s economy. Pakistan needs at least $4 billion to avoid defaulting on its foreign debts. The country is facing economic turmoil after the rupee plunged to an all-time low in October, the balance of payments deficit ...

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Zardari Visits Kingdom For Assistance In Midst Of Pakistan Crisis

By Sameera Aziz (Saudi Gazette) While the United States elections are the talk of the town, the visit of Pakistan’s President Asif Ali Zardari will be of interest only for those who are concerned with Pakistan and its issues. No doubt Pakistan has become the center of global attention since the scenario of international politics changed after 9/11. Now when ...

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