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Madrid misery after Villarreal win

MADRID: Struggling Real Madrid risk falling further behind in La Liga after a cheeky late chip from Pablo Fornals saw Villarreal escape with a 1-0 win yesterday, their first ever…

Trump scrambles as slur fuels universal outrage

WASHINGTON: US President Donald Trump sought to quell a global firestorm over his reported denunciation of immigration from “sh**hole countries” – a slur slammed at home and abroad as racist.…

Saudi women attend match; women-only car showroom opens

JEDDAH: Saudi Arabia allowed women to enter a football stadium for the first time to watch a match Friday, as the ultraconservative kingdom eases strict decades-old rules separating the sexes.…

India minister visits Kuwait, eyes speedy solution to labor issue

KUWAIT: India’s Minister of State for External Affairs Dr (Gen) V K Singh said that Indian government is keen on finding a solution to a long-pending issue of unpaid salaries…

Motorist dead, five injured in 3-car collision at 4th Ring Road

KUWAIT: One person was killed and five others were injured when three vehicles collided along the Fourth Ring Road, said security sources. Firemen rushed to the scene where they rescued…

Six high-caliber Kuwaiti graduates start internship under Zain Group’s ‘Generation Z 2018’ program

KUWAIT: Zain Group, the leading mobile telecom innovator in eight markets across the Middle East and Africa announces the commencement of its ‘Generation Z 2018’ program for six high-caliber Kuwaiti…

Education Minister urges buttressed scout movement in Kuwait

KUWAIT: Kuwaiti Minister of Education and Higher Education Hamed Al-Azmi said yesterday that Kuwait’s scout movement needs to be propped up by all necessary means in order to safeguard its…

Minister, society discuss nurses’ demands

KUWAIT: Health Minister Dr Bassel Al-Sabah received Kuwait Nursing Society’s board of directors headed by Bader Nashmi Al-Enezi to discuss nursing-related issues. Enezi said the society discussed amending the nursing…

Homeless man takes Twitter by storm

PARIS: A French homeless man has become a social media sensation, chalking up nearly 20,000 followers on Twitter with his account of life on the mean streets of Paris. Christian…

Deadly ‘long-lost disease’ rages through Rohingya camps

UKHIA: In a makeshift bamboo clinic, small children struggle to draw breath through surgical masks, victims of a forgotten but deadly disease that has torn through the teeming Rohingya refugee…

ANC leader vows to ‘restore credibility’ after Zuma scandals

EAST LONDON: The new head of South Africa’s ruling ANC, Cyril Ramaphosa, pledged yesterday to “restore the credibility” of the party after a spate of graft scandals involving President Jacob…

East-west clash as Czechs vote for a new president

PRAGUE: Czech President Milos Zeman appeared yesterday to be heading for a run-off as voters cast their ballots on day two of a presidential election pitting the pro-Russian incumbent against…

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