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First US woman president: How great a milestone? – Women differ over breakthrough

NEW YORK: On the day Cheryl Lawson Walker graduated from college, she hadn’t thought very much about the future and her place in it – or the obstacles she might…

‘I pray and donate to become a better Muslim’

Nearly a quarter of Kuwait’s entire population is under the age of 14 and yet with the exception of school assemblies, we never hear their voices. During Ramadan, Kuwait Times…

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Modern slavery

More than 20 million people around the world are trapped in human trafficking, also called modern slavery. It is a crime that happens almost everywhere and affects virtually everyone. Yet…

Sabbiyah shrimp project to achieve production boom

KUWAIT: The proposed Sabbiyah shrimp farming project expected to be a leading one is designed to achieve a production boom to meet the rising consumption rates. Through the project, that…

Coast Guard to be equipped with advanced boats, system

KUWAIT: Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Sheikh Mohammad Al-Khaled Al-Hamad Al-Sabah said on Thursday that the Coast Guard sector is to be equipped with a highly-advanced system of…

Israel must stop building settlements, says Quartet

UNITED NATIONS: Israel should stop building settlements, denying Palestinian development and designating land for exclusive Israeli use that Palestinians seek for a future state, the Middle East peace “Quartet” recommended…

Amir deplores Bahrain attack

KUWAIT: His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah yesterday sent a cable to Bahraini King Hamad bin Isa Al-Khalifa, expressing Kuwait’s emphatic condemnation and denunciation of the terrorist…

West accused of exploiting Sunni-Shiite rift

ANKARA: Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani accused Western powers of trying to exploit differences between the world’s Sunni and Shiite Muslims to divert attention from the Israel-Palestinian conflict, state television reported…

In crisis, EU not a lead actor in world oil

LONDON: The European Union’s crisis holds political and economic leaders transfixed, but for the oil market it merely underlines the region’s established role as only a secondary engine to global…