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Pakistani man sent to serve life imprisonment sentence

KUWAIT: A Pakistani man who is wanted to serve up to 100 years in prison for several drug-related verdicts was recently arrested at the free trade zone and referred to relevant authorities.

‘Very hot’ weather
According to Kuwaiti Meteorological department, the weather forecast for the next 24 hours includes very hot daytime with light to moderate north westerly wind and relatively hot nighttime with light variable wind.

Mosque clinics
Medical Emergency Department Manager Dr Faisal Al- Ghanim said that the Ministry of Health paramedics responded to 391 cases over the previous six nights of late night prayers in clinics distributed to the Grand Mosque, Bilal Mosque in Siddiq and Jaber Al-Ali Mosque in Shohada. Ghanim explained that paramedics provided medical care to 242 persons at the Grand Mosque while 2 persons had to be taken to the hospital; 85 persons were attended to at Bilal mosque and 62 at Jaber Al-Ali Mosque. Most of the cases included hypertension, diabetes, exhaustion and dyspnoea (breathlessness). Meanwhile, Ghanim said that in preparation for the last ten days of Ramadan, the ministry had prepared two clinics for men and two for women in addition to one at the VIP reception at the Grand Mosque. “We have 12 clinics in total in all three mosques, 13 ambulances, 58 paramedics and paramedic scooters,” he said

By Meshaal Al-Enezi

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This article was published on 12/07/2015