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Monthly Archives: August 2015

KUWAIT: A senior Kuwaiti lawmaker yesterday described Iran as the “true enemy” of Sunni-ruled Gulf Arab states, in a sign of growing tensions with the Shiite power. “It has become clear to all that Iran is an enemy plotting...
KUWAIT: Kuwait is studying the relocation of nearly 75 percent of the Abdali farms to the nearby Shaqaya area northwest of the country, a newspaper reported yesterday. This comes as oil-related projects planned in Abdali could threaten to remove 2,200...
KUWAIT: MP Nabil Al-Fadhl described the security at Kuwait International Airport as below standards. In a question directed to Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister Sheikh Mohammad Al-Khaled Al-Sabah, MP Fadhl asked why the facility still relies on traditional...
KUWAIT: Two handicapped children, a boy and a girl, were trapped inside a car as the key was left inside. Farwaniya firemen responded to a call and the two children were freed unharmed. Drug arrest A citizen was sent to...
The Iran Deal has dazzled readers across the world. But this is not the first time. Readers across the world were also dazzled in the early 1970s when American President Richard Nixon reopened Chinese- American relations with Mao Zedong...
KUWAIT: A bedoon (stateless) family was taken to Jleeb Al- Shuyoukh police station then to criminal detectives for questioning in order to identify those who forged their European passports, after they were arrested while attempting to leave the country....

Fake Patriotism

Iran announced a tender to invest in the Al-Durra oilfield, which is disputed with Kuwait and Saudi Arabia. As soon as this purely technical news item was announced, all tweeters became patriotic and worried about Kuwait and its rights...
NEW DELHI: Thousands have signed a petition urging protection for two Indian sisters after a local council allegedly ordered them raped and paraded naked as “punishment” after their brother eloped with a married woman. Amnesty International said yesterday more...
DEBIGANJ: As thousands of Bangladeshis and Indians celebrated the end of one of the world’s most intractable border disputes, Fatema Khatun was quietly hopeful of finally seeing justice. Fifteen years after Khatun’s husband, Badshah Mia, was hacked to death...
BEIRUT: Pressure was growing yesterday on Lebanon’s government after a protest campaign spurred by a trash crisis gave political leaders a deadline to meet their demands. “Your time is up,” the “You Stink” campaign behind Saturday’s huge demonstration in...
BANGKOK: Police probing Thailand’s deadliest bombing raided a second location and widened their search for more suspects yesterday after a foreigner was arrested and stacks of fake passports and bomb-making materials found at a Bangkok apartment block. Authorities said...
BERLIN: Germany and a handful of other European Union states cannot go on absorbing a disproportionate share of refugees arriving in the bloc and other members must do more, a government spokesman said yesterday. Germany expects the number of...

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