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Kuwaiti doctor gets patency – Diagnosis and treatment of snoring and obstructive sleep apnea

KUWAIT: Dr Abdulmohsen Ebrahim Alterki, a Kuwaiti consultant in Otolaryngology, Head & Neck surgery, at the MOH, and the Chairman of ENT faculty, at Kuwait Institute of Medical Specialization (KIMS),…

Mom, daughter arrested

Kuwait: Patrol officers caught a 19-year-old Kuwaiti girl and a 21-year-old Kuwaiti youth late Friday night from a vehicle they considered was parked in a suspicious way, and took the…

Man stabbed during ‘party’

Kuwait: A man was hospitalized in a critical condition following a fight reported at a chalet in the southern part of the country recently. Police and paramedics reached the scene…

Brother held for helping killer flee to Saudi Arabia

KUWAIT: Police investigating a murder case reported last week at the Mubarak Hospital’s parking lot summoned the killer ’s brother after investigations revealed that he helped the suspect flee from…

Expat deportations will continue: Traffic chief – 11,800 deported in two-and-a-half years

KUWAIT: Major General Abdulfattah Al-Ali’s name has become synonymous with extensive traffic campaigns, aimed at enforcing the law at all costs, including implementation of mass deportations. The senior Interior Ministry…

Online swindling on rise in Kuwait: Official

KUWAIT: Acting General Director for Criminal Detectives Administration Brig Mahmoud Al-Tabbakh has stated that acts of online swindling have increased, so all individuals and organizations should take steps to prevent…

Trio who erected political signs released on bail

KUWAIT: Sharq police released three people on bail following investigations after they were arrested for putting up political signs inside a mall in the area. The three Kuwaitis faced charges…

Oasis Team marks launch of ‘Kuwait Green Wall Project’ – Project aims to plant 315,000 trees along borders

KUWAIT: On the occasion of the United Nations' mandated World Environment Day on June 5, the Kuwait Oasis Team of the Environmental Voluntary Foundation celebrated the launch of the 'Kuwait…

Mandela in ‘serious but stable’ condition

PRETORIA: Nelson Mandela was back in hospital yesterday in a "serious but stable" condition, triggering an outpouring of concern from around the world for the beloved South African hero. Mandela,…

Going casual: Obama, Xi seek new relations

RANCHO MIRAGE, California: US President Barack Obama and China's President Xi Jinping met for a second day yesterday, grasping for a personal understanding that could ease often prickly US-China relations.…

Turkey rules out early polls – Thousands defy call to end protest

ISTANBUL: Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan's AK Party yesterday ruled out early elections as thousands of anti-government demonstrators defied his call for an immediate end to protests. Huseyin Celik, deputy…

Germany battles floods as Hungary braces for deluge – Death toll hits 18, scores evacuated

BUDAPEST: Flood waters rose in eastern Germany yesterday, forcing the evacuation of homes and a hospital, as Hungary propped up its defences against central Europe's worst floods in a decade.…