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Over $3M in traffic fines collected in two months

Publication date 07 July 2020 | 22:28 | ICT

Traffice police officers collected over $3 million in fines throughout the Kingdom during the past two months when officers strictly enforced the law in accordance with a May sub-decree, officials said.



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