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Your hair is part of your personality

We’ve all went through a phase where we struggle with our hair being extremely dry and weak after bleaching. It’s the summer and many of us fantasize about our dark…

Clinton makes history with nomination for president – Obama steps up to bat for ex-rival

PHILADELPHIA: US President Barack Obama was to step onto the Democratic convention stage yesterday to champion former political foe Hillary Clinton, defend his own legacy and bury Donald Trump’s chances…

France aims to ease religious fears – Church attack highlights major security failings

PARIS: French President Francois Hollande yesterday sought to head off religious tensions and defuse criticism over security failings after jihadists killed an elderly Catholic priest in his church. Hollande met…

Hamas member said to be behind rabbi attack killed – House hit and demolished by anti-tank missiles

SURIF, Palestinian Territories; Israeli forces fired anti-tank missiles at a house in the West Bank after a shootout overnight, killing a Hamas member accused of a deadly attack on a…

A look at the conflicts that plagued India for decades – Disputes stem from centuries of discrimination

NEW DELHI: India has been plagued with often deadly political disputes for decades: A decades-old confrontation between protesters and armed forces in Kashmir has claimed tens of thousands of lives.…

Japan’s knife attacker grins before cameras – He wanted all disabled people to ‘disappear’

TOKYO: A Japanese man who admitted murdering 19 people at a centre for the mentally disabled grinned at news cameras yesterday before being questioned about the country’s worst killing spree…

Kremlin denies interference in US presidential campaign – Obama doesn’t rule out possibility

MOSCOW: The Kremlin yesterday denied Moscow was interfering in the US election campaign after President Barack Obama refused to rule out that Russia could be trying to sway the vote…

27th Jul

Daily E- Paper – Kuwait Times…

Two Filipinos in Kuwait face human trafficking accusations

KUWAIT: Two Filipinos based in Kuwait could possibly face human trafficking accusations for allegedly facilitating illegal recruitment of mostly nurses from the Philippines. The two promised to deliver visit visas…

85 Russians barred from Rio over doping – Canoe federation bans five Russians

MOSCOW: At least 85 athletes from the 387-strong Russian Olympic team announced last week have so far been barred from the Rio Games in connection with the country’s doping scandal.…

Mandatory medical tests for visitors soon: Obaidi – Court frees mother of suspected Islamic State militant

KUWAIT: Health Minister Ali Al-Obaidi said yesterday that the ministry plans to mandate visitors to the country to undergo medical examinations to prove they are free of some diseases. He…

French priest killed in attack claimed by IS

SAINT-ETIENNE-DU-ROUVRAY, France: The Islamic State group said yesterday that two of its “soldiers” stormed a French church and slit a priest’s throat, the latest attack in a country shaken to…