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Minor accidents settled inside police stations

KUWAIT: The Interior Ministry’s relations and security media department announced that starting today – Sunday, June 3 – articles 2/41 and 5/41 of the traffic law and its amendments pertaining…

Health minister cancels tenders worth KD 10 million

KUWAIT: Health Minister Sheikh Dr Basel Al-Sabah canceled tenders worth KD 10 million after an intensive review showed some malpractices. The minister had issued a ministerial resolution to review all…

WHO in Kuwait soon

The health ministry in Kuwait has begun official procedures for the opening of an office of the World Health Organization (WHO) in Kuwait in the next few weeks. This office…

Jordan protests snowball on price hikes, income tax

AMMAN: Hundreds of Jordanians demonstrated in the capital Amman for a third consecutive day yesterday against price hikes and an income tax draft law driven by IMF recommendations to slash…

EU joins battle against Trump tariff

WHISTLER: The EU on Friday launched its first counteroffensive against Washington’s punishing steel and aluminum tariffs while the US began meetings in Canada with outraged finance ministers from its top…

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Israel to probe killing of Gaza nurse

JERUSALEM/GAZA: The Israeli military said yesterday it was investigating the apparent killing by its troops of a Palestinian nurse on Friday during protests along the Gaza border. Health officials and…

Summit back on, Trump says after meeting Kim envoy

WASHINGTON: US President Donald Trump said Friday he will meet North Korea’s Kim Jong Un as originally scheduled on June 12 for a historic summit after extraordinary Oval Office talks…

Sanchez sworn in as Spain PM

MADRID: Spain’s Socialist chief Pedro Sanchez was sworn in as prime minister yesterday after ousting veteran conservative leader Mariano Rajoy, with Catalonia’s separatist president promptly calling for talks over the…

Catalonia leader calls for talks with new Spain PM

BARCELONA: Catalonia’s separatist president Quim Torra called yesterday for talks with Spain’s new prime minister as the Catalan regional executive was sworn in at an emotional ceremony full of pro-independence…

Lebanon’s spearfishers fight to preserve stocks

TRIPOLI, Lebanon: Hunting fish with spear guns may seem like a counterintuitive way to save Lebanon’s dwindling marine life, but a growing community of freedivers argues it is a potent…

Protesters slam ‘immoral’ Trump policy on immigrant families

WASHINGTON; Human rights groups took to the streets in cities across the United States on Friday to protest the Trump administration’s policy to separate asylum-seeking Central American immigrant children from…