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Celebrations kick off as world rings in 2017

SYDNEY: Australia rang in the New Year with a spectacular fireworks display in Sydney, sending rainbow-colored showers into the night sky and defying the global terror attacks that cast a…

CBK: Money supply down 0.1% in Oct

KUWAIT: Money supply (M2) plummeted by 0.1 percent to KD 35.6 billion last October, compared with the previous month, showed recent statistics of the Central Bank of Kuwait (CBK). The…

Horeca Cooking Club invests in Kuwaiti youth’s potentials: Anjeri

KUWAIT: Organizers of the Horeca 2017 exhibition are putting the final touches to host the event which takes place on 16-18 of January 2017 at the Kuwait International Fairground in…

Recycle factory owner believes 95% of waste in Kuwait can be recycled

KUWAIT: Recycling is not very popular in Kuwait, but there are people who believe it is important to preserve our environment. Shakir Al-Essa has been working in this field since…

GCC women contribute to aid efforts for Syrians in Turkey

ANKARA: The Syrian crisis, which is entering its sixth year, had been plaguing the international community due to the atrocities committed during the ongoing war. Since March of 2011, the…

Al-Forda Market best destination for fruits, vegetables at bargain prices

KUWAIT: If you plan on buying large amounts of fruits and vegetables this New Year, Al-Forda Central Fruits and Vegetables Market in Sulaibiyah, near Kabd, is probably the best place…

Doctors under attack!

Happy New Year everyone and I hope that all your wishes come true. I was trying to enjoy the news, but I came across the report of a sad incident…

Willian powers Chelsea to record-equalling win

LONDON: Chelsea equalled Arsenal’s record of 13 consecutive Premier League wins in a season as Willian’s brace inspired a 4-2 win over Stoke yesterday. Antonio Conte’s side had a difficult…

Russia seeks UN backing for Syria truce

BEIRUT: Russia is pushing for a UN Security Council vote yesterday to support the ceasefire it helped broker in Syria, where the truce remained largely intact on its second day…

Russia, brushing off Obama, looks to friendlier Trump

HONOLULU: Stung by new punishments, Russia is looking straight past President Barack Obama to Donald Trump in hopes the president-elect will reverse the tough US stance toward Moscow of the…

Kuwaiti citizen killed in robbery at Saudi desert

KUWAIT: An Egyptian chef was recently arrested in Saudi Arabia for murdering and robbing a Kuwaiti citizen who had gone camping at the Debdebah desert in Saudi Arabia, said security…

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