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Morocco playing cat and mouse with Africans heading to Europe

Number of people reaching Spain hits 38,000 TANGIER: African emigrants are defying a campaign by Morocco to keep them away from land and sea crossings to Spain, which has become…

Malaysia ex-PM arrested over $628 million linked to 1MDB

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s toppled leader Najib Razak was arrested yesterday and will be charged over allegations that $628 million linked to state investment fund 1MDB ended up in his personal…

Burgan Bank Group opens rights offering to raise up to KD 62.55m

Bank to issue up to 240.58 million shares at KD 0.260 per share KUWAIT: Burgan Bank, Kuwait’s second largest conventional bank by assets, announced yesterday that it commenced its Capital…

Facebook accused of discrimination with job ad targeting

WASHINGTON: A complaint has been filed with the US government accusing Facebook and 10 other companies of using the platform’s job ad targeting system to discriminate on the basis of…

Iran film for Oscars stirs debate on home front

The Iranian film for next year’s Oscars has stirred controversy at home both over the choice of a downbeat movie and for taking part in the Hollywood spectacle at a…

Model with Down’s syndrome makes strides worldwide

Rosanne Stuart recalls attending an annual fashion parade with her daughter, Madeline, in their hometown of Brisbane, Australia, in 2015. In the midst of the high-energy glamour on the runway,…

Knights of the tripe: French food cults defend local fare

On a Saturday morning in September in the Normandy countryside a group of men and women gather for an ancient French initiation ceremony. The merry band bustling about in colorful…

India rout Pakistan by eight wickets in Asia Cup

Dubai: India crushed Pakistan by eight wickets in their long-awaited Asia Cup match which failed to live up to its hype in Dubai yesterday. Pace spearhead Bhuvneshwar Kumar (3-15) and…

Wham-bam as Japan’s Naomi Osaka blazes into Tokyo quarters

Nadal to miss Asian tournaments due to knee injury TOKYO: Japan’s Naomi Osaka pulverised Slovak Dominika Cibulkova 6-2, 6-1 to reach the Pan Pacific Open quarter-finals yesterday in her first…

Super sub Firmino hands Liverpool flying Champions League start over PSG

Sturridge and a James Milner penalty put the hosts in command LIVERPOOL: Liverpool left it late but showed Paris Saint-Germain have plenty of work to do if they are to…

Travelling with Elon Musk

20th Sep

Daily E- Paper – Kuwait Times…