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Beggar with half a million KD arrested

KUWAIT: As part of the Ministry of Interior's measures to pursue, arrest and deport expat beggars, a stateless man was recently arrested for begging all over Ahmadi. After being tipped…

Car bomb rips through Italy consulate in Cairo – Kuwaitis in Egypt safe * Islamic State claims responsibility

CAIRO: A car bomb outside Italy's consulate in Cairo yesterday killed one person, the first attack on a foreign mission since jihadists began a campaign against Egypt's security forces two…

2,571 illegal residents employed in past 3 years – No solution in sight for bedoons’ problem ahead of ultimatum

KUWAIT: Kuwait has employed 2,571 stateless residents at the private and public sectors in the past three years, a government official said yesterday. The step comes as part of state…

History girl Serena wins sixth Wimbledon

LONDON: Serena Williams won a sixth Wimbledon title yesterday as the world number one became the oldest woman to win a Grand Slam crown with a 6-4, 6-4 victory against…

Yemen’s humanitarian ceasefire fails to hold – Bombings and heavy fighting break UN truce

SANAA: A UN-proposed truce in Yemen, aimed at delivering desperately needed aid to millions threatened with famine, failed to take hold yesterday as clashes and Saudi-led coalition air strikes persisted.…

England win Ashes opener

CARDIFF: Stuart Broad led England to a 169-run victory in the first Ashes Test as Australia collapsed either side of lunch on the fourth day at Cardiff's Sophia Gardens yesterday.…

Yemen’s humanitarian ceasefire fails to hold – Bombings and heavy fighting break UN truce

SANAA: A UN-proposed truce in Yemen, aimed at delivering desperately needed aid to millions threatened with famine, failed to take hold yesterday as clashes and Saudi-led coalition air strikes persisted.…

Iran, powers struggle to overcome deadlock – Talks hit 15th day

VIENNA: World powers huddled again yesterday behind closed doors on the 15th day of negotiations seeking a deal to curb Iran's nuclear ambitions, with no sign of any end to…

Serbia PM attacked in Srebrenica – Vucic hit in head by stone, glasses broken * Thousands mark massacre’s 20th ‘versary

SREBRENICA: An angry crowd disrupted a commemoration of the 20th anniversary of the Srebrenica massacre of some 8,000 Muslims in Bosnia, hurling stones at Serbia's premier and forcing him to…

Pope takes message of equality to Paraguay – Country has region’s highest rates of inequality

ASUNCION: Pope Francis brought his message of equality to Paraguay Friday, on the third and final stop of a South America tour that has burnished his reputation as a powerful…

Greeks face judgment day in Brussels – Tsipras wins parliament approval for bailout proposals

BRUSSELS: After swaying a skeptical parliament to back a harsh austerity package to stave off financial collapse, the Greek government yesterday faced an uphill task of persuading its international creditors…

Typhoon Chan-hom swipes eastern China – More than a million people evacuated

SHANGHAI: Typhoon Chan-hom swiped eastern China yesterday, paralysing transport links and devastating farmland as authorities evacuated more than a million people, the government and state media said. The storm, which…

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