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2nd Jul

Daily E- Paper – Kuwait Times…

Gulf crisis and media

The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) has been confronting a serious diplomatic crisis since the past three weeks, which may have implications on the future of the region and the world…

Amir congratulates Iraqis on recapturing Mosul

KUWAIT: His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah sent a cable of congratulations on Thursday to Iraqi President Fuad Masum and Prime Minister Haider Al-Abadi on the recapture…

Ambassador explains visa conditions to travel to France

KUWAIT: As the summer travel season approaches, the French Embassy to Kuwait held a press conference on Thursday to highlight the visa procedures for travelers to France this summer in…

Al-Saad Foundation signs agreement with UNESCO

KUWAIT: Al-Saad Foundation for Knowledge and Scientific Research said that it signed an agreement of cooperation with the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) for sustained development and…

Weekly roundup of Kuwait relief efforts

KUWAIT: Living up to its status as a ‘humanitarian center,’ Kuwait continued during the last days of Ramadan and the occasion of Eid Al-Fitr to provide aid and relief to…

Twelve teams took part in taking out fire in Sharq

KUWAIT: Twelve teams, which consisted of 180 firefighters, took part in taking out the fire that broke out in an under-construction building in Sharq area, causing injury to three of…

Drug addict dies in hospital

KUWAIT: Three men rushed their friend to the hospital, but he died after abusing ‘chemical’ drug; a variety of Spice with added chemicals, inside a car. A source said the…

16 arrested in Hasawi market crackdown

KUWAIT: Farwaniya Security Directorate launched a campaign at makeshift markets in Hasawi, which resulted in the arrest of 16 persons of various nationalities for violating the labor law.   Among…

Turkey remains hopeful of solution to Gulf row

ANKARA: Turkey yesterday said it remained hopeful of a solution to the Gulf crisis that has seen its ally Qatar diplomatically and economically isolated, after President Recep Tayyip Erdogan held…

American Muslims decry Trump travel ban

CHICAGO: American Muslim leaders Friday decried Donald Trump’s rhetoric towards their community and predicted the president’s travel ban would eventually be proven unlawful, a day after a weakened version of…

4 killed as violence erupts in Kashmir

SRINAGAR: A woman and a young man were killed and several other people injured during anti-India protests and clashes in Indian-controlled Kashmir yesterday following a counterinsurgency operation by government forces…