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Municipality raids Khaitan, Jleeb stores

KUWAIT: Farwaniya municipality carried out a campaign on restaurants and stores in Khaitan and Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh resulting in issuing 33 tickets for violations that varied between dealing with items without…

NBK arranges a field trip for trainees to the Kuwait Airways head office

KUWAIT: National Bank of Kuwait (NBK) concluded the second session of the Summer Internship Program 2017. The session ended by a visit for the trainees to Kuwait airways head office…

Three teens killed in accident

KUWAIT: Three Kuwaiti citizens were killed on Fahaheel road when their vehicle collided with a concrete barrier on Shuaiba bridge and fell under it. A fourth man who was in…

Summer health and fitness goals

Summer vacation doesn’t always have to be about relaxing and taking time off, it can be the perfect opportunity to set some new health and fitness goals for yourself. I…

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Pearl Diving Trip kicks off 29th version with ‘Dasha’ ceremonies

KUWAIT: The traditional ‘Dasha’ ceremonies of the 29th Pearl Diving Trip, meaning the start of journey and farewell of families, took place yesterday in Kuwait Marine Sports Club under the…

Inside the work of a t-shirt designer

KUWAIT: The clothing that you choose directly represents you, your choice, and the style that you prefer on a daily basis. For Nael Aboul-Huda, design isn’t only about personality but…

Blue Whale: a cyber nightmare

KUWAIT: In recent years, cyberspace has become the venue for several viral games and challenges, which promoted humanitarian causes and deeds; however, this world is not always rainbows and sunshine.…

Boy kills mom

A teenager boy stabbed his Kuwaiti mother 90 times in Zahra a week ago. The crime shook many in the Kuwaiti society, and social media debated the motives of the…

Palestinians to return to Jerusalem holy site

JERUSALEM: Palestinians were set to return to pray at a sensitive Jerusalem holy site yesterday after Israeli authorities removed controversial new security measures, potentially ending a nearly two-week crisis that…

US-backed Syrian fighters now control almost half of IS city

RAQQA: US-backed Syrian fighters have captured almost half of the Islamic State group’s de facto capital of Raqqa, but the push into the city in northern Syria has slowed due…

Tears in rain: N Korea marks ‘Victory Day’

PYONGYANG: In heavy rain, North Koreans put down their umbrellas to bow before the mausoleum of founder Kim Il Sung and his son yesterday as the country marked the end…