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Girl dies while playing with plugged charger

KUWAIT: A barely 10-year-old girl was electrocuted and died when she placed a plugged iPad charger in her mouth. A security source said the child was unconscious when she arrived to Jahra Hospital; where doctors tried to revive her but failed.

Youth stabbed A fight in Saad Al-Abdallah sent a youth to the Jahra Hospital’s ICU after receiving stab wounds in the back and shoulders. The suspect is known and detectives are working on arresting him. The security source described the victim’s condition as critical.

Pharmacy robbed Hawally detectives are looking for an unknown person who robbed a pharmacy using a hammer and a knife. A security source said that a pharmacist told police that he was surprised when the man entered with a knife and a hammer. The pharmacist escaped, and the thief broke a glass case and took goods worth KD 20. The suspect also attempted to break the cash register but failed. The suspect may be a drug addict.

Unpaid debt A Filipina told Jabriya police station that she was the victim of a breach of trust, when a compatriot of hers refused to return the KD 900 she lent. The compatriot reportedly had already recovered from her financial problems. The victim said she had witnesses.

Family row A Kuwait University professor reported to Bayan police that a citizen, her husband and their daughter came to her house and noted that she was surprised to see them inside when she came home. The professor said that the citizen and her husband insulted one of her relatives, while the daughter caused damages in the house.

Man found dead inside mosque A Bangladeshi mosque guard in Jabriya told police that a man died inside the mosque. When crime scene investigators and a deputy prosecutor went to the mosque, they found drugs and paraphernalia on him. Still, the investigators recorded ‘suspected felony death’ as the cause of the man’s death. The man was in his thirties. —Al-Anbaa

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This article was published on 24/06/2015