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Murder suspect flees to Saudi Arabia

KUWAIT: A security source said the citizen who is suspected of killing a woman in Mubarak Hospital’s parking lot on Wednesday escaped to Saudi Arabia less than an hour after…

Sharing is Scaring – Widespread by illegal, expats crowd under one roof to save money

 “Asimple knock on the door of her two-bedroom apartment at night throws Malee - a girl from the Philippines - in a state of fear. She starts to gasp and…

Now What? Retired expats still want to work, but laws stop them

Recently, many expatriates working in the public sector who reached the age of 60 were forced to retire. However, being forced to stay at home after a long life career…

Kids seek to change entrenched mindsets

First they offer you chocolate while making you sit at their stall in the hall that is already buzzing with videos playing and explanations blowing. You might find it difficult…

MoI mulls grace period for violators: Official – Union leader questions ‘military type’ crackdown

KUWAIT: A senior Interior Ministry official announced that the government was considering granting a grace period to allow residency violators to leave the country, the news coming even as a…

Hashem Questions Interior Minister Amid Crackdown – MP Khorafi questions airline deal, warns of Dow-like loss

KUWAIT: MP Safa Al-Hashem yesterday sent a series of questions to Interior Minister Sheikh Ahmad Al- Humoud Al-Sabah about illegal expatriates who have been rounded up for violating residence rules,…

‘Paradise Lost’ leads to bookshop closure

 KUWAIT: A bookshop in Salmiya was closed because it was selling John Milton’s ‘Paradise Lost.’ The closure of the bookshop happened after an inspection from the Ministry of Information in…

Reckless driver bumps into traffic police chief

KUWAIT: A man thought he was lucky when he drove for nearly two kilometers along a road’s shoulder without a police vehicle in sight, till his luck ran out and…

9 coffee shop workers rescued from Hawally – Filipinas narrate stories of rape, torture

KUWAIT: The Philippine Embassy, together with personnel from the Ministry of Interior, recently rescued nine workers from a coffee shop in Hawally after receiving a tip-off from a Filipina worker…

MOI vows no respite in crackdown on illegals – MoH defends barring expats from morning treatment

KUWAIT: The Ministry of Interior is committed to crack down hard on lawbreakers, particularly those violating residency and labor laws and regulations, a ministry official said yesterday. Anyone who’s been…

200 illegal residents, wanted expats arrested in Jleeb

KUWAIT: In continuation of the surprise inspections conducted by the Ministry of Interior (MOI), another raid, led by MOI’s assistant undersecretary for Citizenship and Passport Affairs, Maj. General Faisal Al-Nawaf,…

Minister defends ‘right to balance population’ – ‘Visas to work permit’ transfers suspended

KUWAIT: Kuwait has suspended transactions for transferring commercial visas into work permits in the private sector except under strict conditions as the first step in the Gulf state’s efforts to…

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