Buraydah

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Buraydah

, Buraida
a town and oasis in central Saudi Arabia. Pop.: 462 000 (2005 est.)
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P, Managing Director, Buraida Computers, reaffirms this conundrum and says, "The biggest challenge for a reseller today is how to increase the margins?
A group of women and children have organized a small sit-in in Buraida on Monday to demand the release of their detained relatives.
In Buraida, the provincial capital of deeply conservative Qassim Province, activists said at least 26 women protested and were arrested outside the city's Board of Grievances on Saturday, the scene of a similar protest in early January.
In December 2011, Saudi activists inspired by events in the Middle East and advocating reform staged peaceful protests in Riyadh, Buraida, and Qatif in the eastern province, where mostly Shia Muslims reside.
Summary: Buraida, Saudi Arabia, 17 Zul-Qaeda 1431 H.
What is going on currently in Tawila area, Omm Buraida, Jabal Marra, and Kateila, reflects the continuation of the Government's approach based on giving free reign to the Janjaweed and supporting the LRA," he said.
Redtag, a value fashion and home store, has announced the opening of its 22nd store in Buraida, Saudi Arabia.
Dr Ibrahim bin Abdulaziz bin Abdullah Al-Assaf signed an agreement under which the ministry provides a loan of 95,714,000 riyals to finance setting up a national collages for boys and girls in Buraida city.
The founders have subscribed to the whole shares of the company, based in Buraida city.
C[pounds sterling]As our value-added partner, they will be showcasing our products in 13 of their branches and in most of their showrooms especially in areas such as Taif, Yanbu, Buraida, Makkah and Madinah.
While filming at Ma'arrat Numan, once a small medieval city between Jerusalem and Constantinople, with Dr Taef elAzhari, a historian at the Faculty of Arts & Education in Buraida, Saudi Arabia, local children gathered around the film crew.
Eleven of them are the oldest, having been established between 1970 and 1982: the colleges of arts in Riyadh and Dammam, the colleges of education in Riyadh, Jidda, Mecca, Abha, Buraida, Medina, Tobuk and Dammam, and the College of Social Work in Riyadh.