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JEDDAH (Reuters) - Down a narrow alleyway deep in the Jeddah slum of Karantina, three women from Sudan have set up stalls under colourful parasols, selling peanuts, hibiscus petals, dried pulses, baskets, frankincense, calabashes and sandalwood. They laugh and gossip in the sunshine, swathed in bright printed cloth, while a scrawny black cat picks its way between piles of rubbish. But when approached by a stranger, they are cautious #NewsTracker #Family #Government #children #Saudi Arabia #Labour Ministry #wives #Jeddah #interior #country #burmese-muslims #prince-khaled
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Philippine officials in Jeddah last week held a dialogue with the distressed OFWs housed at the Filipino Workers Resource Center (FWRC) to review their cases against their employers...
Oct 01, 2014
Ed Adamczyk JEDDAH, Saudi Arabia, Oct. 1 (UPI) -- The Saudi health minister said a precautionary plan is ready if the Ebola virus enters the country during the annual pilgrimage to the city of Mecca...
Sep 24, 2014
Nasagasaan ang isang overseas Filipino worker sa Saudi Arabia noong Martes a harap mismo ng gusali ng Philippine Consulate General sa Jeddah, habang tumatawid sa kalsada...