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More boys suffer online sex abuse than thought

BRUSSELS: Boys account for nearly a third of online child sex abuse images and often suffer the worst horrors, a new study revealed Tuesday, suggesting a greater problem than first…

Corruption, deprivation sharpen Angola’s rising malaria outbreak

Sub-Saharan Africa accounts for 90 percent of malaria cases worldwide LUANDA: Heavy rains, filthy conditions, medicine shortages and endemic corruption have combined to make a lethal malarial cocktail for Angola.…

Blind singers break through Bangkok’s sound barrier

 Strumming his guitar with ease and backed by a drummer, Singhkum Boonriang belts out covers of Thai ballads as strangers pass by on a busy Bangkok afternoon. But Singhkum…

Chanel attacked for felling trees for Paris fashion show

Karl Lagerfeld created a spectacular mid-winter wood for his Paris catwalk Tuesday, but immediately fell foul of environmental activists who accused him of felling century-old trees for the show. The…

Women blazing a trail in ‘men’s jobs’

 In the ring, battling flames or lifting off into space, women have entered professions generally considered to be men’s jobs. For International Women’s Day on March 8, AFP Photo…

Afghan female powerlifters flex their muscles

 Inside the Afghanistan Powerlifting Federation’s cramped gym, Rasheda Parhiz lies on a bench wearing a tunic over sweatpants and holding a 70-kilogram (150-pound) weighted bar above her scarf-covered head.…

International Women’s day 2018

8th Mar

Daily E- Paper – Kuwait Times…

Ronaldo does it again to secure q-finals berth – Real dump PSG out of Europe

PARIS, March 6, 2018 (AFP) – Cristiano Ronaldo and Casemiro got the goals for Real Madrid as the holders won 2-1 away to a Paris Saint-Germain side missing Neymar to…

Porto draw eases Liverpool into Champions League quarters

LIVERPOOL: Liverpool cruised into the Champions League quarter-finals for the first time in nine years 5-0 on aggregate over Porto, despite settling for a goalless draw in an uninspiring last…

Assembly passes law to accept bedoons in army

MPs to grill minister today –  New prison being built to tackle overcrowding KUWAIT: In a tension-packed session that included a verbal exchange between the speaker and an opposition lawmaker,…

Only article 20 visa ban for Bangladeshis

KUWAIT: A new ban on the recruitment of Bangladeshi nationals will only affect article 20 visa workers (domestic helpers) and not article 18 (private sector) workers, according to Abdullatif Khan,…