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Liquor factory busted in Kabd

KUWAIT: Mubarak Al-Kabeer police busted a large liquor factor in Kabd. A security source said three Asian nationals were arrested for brewing and selling the alcoholic drinks. The security source…

Inequality: why it matters in Kuwait

The notion of inequality has dazzled me for at least five months now. In fact, it was after that one day when I decided to go visit my uncle, who…

Dead baby found in Ahmadi

KUWAIT: An investigation is being conducted to identify a mother who left her newborn in Ahmadi, after a man was surprised to find the baby’s dead body near his car.…

2,000 employees missing at MPW

An informed source said the Ministry of Public Works discovered that there is a large number of more than 2,000 employees that did not comply with working hours for several…

Turkey to get cash, closer EU ties – Brussels committed to easing visa rules for Turks

BRUSSELS: European Union leaders were set to sign a deal with Turkey’s prime minister at a summit yesterday giving Ankara cash and a boost for its membership bid in exchange…

US colleges try to deal with racial incidents

WASHINGTON: Officials were slow to handle racial incidents at the University of Missouri, and that contributed to protests, a student hunger strike, a threatened boycott by the football team and…

Saudi women launch maiden election bid – 3 activists barred

Rallies pressure UN climate summit – Clashes erupt at Paris demo

18 civilians killed in Syria air strikes – Assad says enemies boost support for rebels

Germany outlines plan to support fight against IS – Mass brawls erupt in crowded migrant shelters in Germany

Nepal arrests 38 in strike against ‘Indian blockade’

KATHMANDU: Police in Nepal arrested 38 protesters yesterday for trying to enforce a strike against neighbouring India, which is accused of orchestrating a weeks-long border blockade that has caused crippling…

Gay rights activists march in New Delhi

NEW DELHI: Hundreds of gay rights activists danced to drum beats and held colorful balloons as they marched in a parade in New Delhi yesterday, celebrating what they call the…