Buraydah

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Buraydah

(bʊˈraɪdə) or

Buraida

n
(Placename) a town and oasis in central Saudi Arabia. Pop: 462 000 (2005 est)
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Also, the program is in the process of opening new incubators in the cities of Abha, Buraida, Dammam, and other cities around the Kingdom by 2020.
The 23-year-old imam from the city of Buraida in central Saudi Arabia has participated in several international competitions, securing multiple top-five positions.
Subair said that simultaneous sessions were arranged in Al-Khozama school in Dammam and other international schools in Jubail, Tabuk and Buraida.
In one example, a pharmacist, an engineer and a high-school student with three others cousins recently killed an Interior Ministry counter-terrorism relative, Sgt Badr al-Rashidi, in the central Saudi city of Buraida.
3m wide road connects the Buraida bin Al Khaseeb road with the Musalla area and Al Zahra road.
P, Managing Director, Buraida Computers, highlights the issue of low margins in the channel and how partners can survive it.
88 million (30 months), phase 2 of sewage networks in various localities in Buraida City in Al-Qassim region SR40.
Instead, the political strife has now reached the doorsteps of the Saudi royal family, with cities like Riyadh, Al Qaseem, Buraida, Al Jawf and others witnessing daily protests.
Small groups of women have gathered almost daily in Buraida, north of Riyadh, to demand the release of imprisoned relatives, and dozens of protesters held a rare sit-in outside the Buraida prison in September.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Saudi security forces arrested 161 people, including 15 women and six children, for staging a protest outside the Bureau of Investigation and Prosecution (BIP) in Buraida, the provincial capital of the central region of Qassim.
Washington, Feb 11 ( ANI ): Saudi Arabian authorities have arrested dozens of women and at least five children after demonstrations in Riyadh and Buraida, human rights activists have said.
The third Saudi man, Saad al-Mansuri, was beheaded in Buraida for shooting a fellow citizen to death with a machine gun.