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Minister condemns Bahrain’s blast

KUWAIT: The Ministry of Interior will dedicate all its efforts to help Bahrain maintain its security and safety, Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister Sheikh Mohammad Al-Khaled Al-Hamad Al-Sabah reiterated…

Minister orders probe into police station video

KUWAIT: The Interior Ministry’s Relations and Security Information Department said an investigation committee was formed at the instructions of Deputy Premier and Interior Minister Sheikh Mohammad Al-Khalid Al-Sabah over a…

4 out of 10 persons in Kuwait obese

KUWAIT: Deputy Chairman of Cancer Aware Nation (CAN) campaign Dr Khalid Al-Saleh said the campaign works on fighting obesity through several programs, including an awareness program that covers several schools.…

Hostage carnage leaves 20 dead in Bangladesh – Kuwaitis safe’; Islamic State claims responsibility

Attack on Dhaka oasis of calm shakes expats – Garment business could suffer deep slump

Qiyam prayers held at Grand Mosque amid tight security – Interior, Awqaf ministers join worshippers * Attendance muted

KUWAIT: Thousands of worshippers converged on the Grand Mosque early yesterday to spend the night of the 27th of Ramadan in prayer and supplication, as Kuwait is on heightened security…

Security situation

Disturbing news is circulating on social media these days about the presence of extremist militias on the Kuwaiti borders. In the light of a series of security reports and uncovering…

Anti-Brexit protesters stage march in London – Bitter leadership battle in Conservative party

LONDON: Thousands marched through London yesterday to protest against Britain’s vote to leave the EU, which has sparked political turmoil and polarized public opinion. Chanting “We love you EU”, waving…

Australia ruling conservatives struggle in knife-edge election – Polls show close vote and potential minority govt

SYDNEY: Australia’s election was on a knife-edge yesterday with the ruling conservatives struggling to win enough seats to form majority government, raising the prospect of a hung parliament. Seventy-six seats…

US admits killing up to 116 civilians – Noncombatants killed in drone strikes outside war zones

WASHINGTON: The US government accepted responsibility on Friday for inadvertently killing up to 116 civilians in strikes in countries where America is not at war, a major disclosure likely to…

3rd Jul

Daily E- Paper – Kuwait Times…

Cyber security: A View from the Boardroom

Cyber-attacks are increasingly sophisticated and discrete. Nation states and cybercriminal organizations frequently bankroll and mastermind these attacks with the aim of financial or political gain. If attackers have high-powered backing…