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Member states allow chemical watchdog to assign blame for attacks

THE HAGUE: In a diplomatic victory for Britain, countries voted by a wide margin yesterday to give the world’s chemical weapons watchdog new powers to assign blame for attacks with…

Turkey’s Erdogan may reward nationalists with cabinet jobs

ANKARA: Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan could give his nationalist allies cabinet posts, sources said, rewarding their support for his AK Party in parliament and signaling a tough line against US-backed…

US judge orders separated migrant families be reunited

LOS ANGELES: A US judge has ordered that migrant families separated at the border with Mexico under President Donald Trump’s “zero tolerance” policy be reunited within 30 days. For children…

Louvre Abu Dhabi sets Da Vinci unveiling for September

ABU DHABI: The Louvre Abu Dhabi said yesterday it will unveil its most prized acquisition on September 18 — a very rare painting attributed to Leonardo da Vinci that was…

Banksy’s Paris street art ‘blitz’ a tribute to rebels of 1968

PARIS: Street artist Banksy has confirmed that he “blitzed” Paris with a dozen murals as a tribute to the May 1968 uprising, taking aim at the French government’s hard line…

Ronaldo pics, ‘ghostly’ officials draw voters in Indonesia polls

JAKARTA: Tens of millions voted yesterday in local elections seen as a gauge of Indonesian President Joko Widodo’s re-election prospects, with free food, football stars and fancy dress on offer…

Dear workers, welcome to Kuwait

Good morning, dear brothers and sisters. I wish you all a happy summer vacation. In this article, I would like to propose a scenario which I know everyone wishes that…

27th Jun

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Kuwaiti Prime Minister sees ‘bright future ahead’ for Arab-German ties

BERLIN: The total number of Kuwaiti investments in Germany have surged to 30 billion Euros in a key indicator reflecting the vigorous ties that both nations share on the economic…

Minister referred to investigation for failure to implement court order

KUWAIT: The public prosecution office yesterday referred a complaint filed against Minister of Social Affairs and Labor and Minister of State for Economic Affairs Hind Al-Sabeeh to the cabinet’s permanent…

Brexit bill becomes law, allows UK to leave EU

LONDON: A bill enacting Britain’s decision to leave the European Union has become law after months of debate, the House of Commons speaker announced yesterday, to cheers from eurosceptic lawmakers.…

Civilian exodus as Syria troops advance in south

BEIRUT: Syrian troops have made strategic gains from rebels in the south, a monitor said Thursday, as they ramped up an offensive causing yet another wave of mass displacement. The…