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Monthly Archives: September 2015

KUWAIT: Environment police arrested eight Asian men who were diving for oysters in violation of environment protection laws. A call about the men's activities in Zour prompted the head of the sea environment supervision department Major Abdullah Al-Essa to...
DHAKA: The Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for gunning down an Italian aid worker in the diplomatic quarter of Bangladesh’s capital, according to an intelligence group that monitors jihadist threats, while the government said it had no evidence...
ABU DHABI: The United Arab Emirates is introducing labor reforms aimed at tightening oversight of employment agreements for the millions of temporary migrant workers who make up the bulk of the country’s workforce, a top Emirati official said yesterday....
UNITED NATIONS: Russia and the United States intend to seek joint ways of fighting the Islamic State group, Moscow said yesterday, in a major coup for Vladimir Putin as he tries to shake off Western isolation. Addressing the UN...
ADEN: To outsiders, Yemen's civil war looks like a battle pitting Gulf-backed President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi against the Iran-allied Houthi militia with ex-president Ali Abdullah Saleh, but there is another important dynamic at play - south versus north. Even...
SANAA: The death toll from an alleged airstrike on a Yemeni wedding soared yesterday to 131, including women and children, as the Saudi-led coalition denied it was behind the incident. UN chief Ban Ki-moon condemned Monday's reported bombardment, saying...
BEIRUT: Syrian opposition forces say they will never accept President Bashar Al-Assad's rule, after signs that Western powers may be willing to work with the embattled leader to end the war. In recent weeks, long-time backers of Syria's uprising...
KABUL: Afghan forces backed by US air support battled Taleban fighters for control of the northern city of Kunduz yesterday, after the militants seized a provincial capital for the first time since their ouster 14 years ago. The sudden...
THE HAGUE: Congolese former vice-president Jean-Pierre Bemba and four close associates went on trial at the International Criminal Court yesterday on charges of bribing witnesses. Prosecutors accuse ex-rebel leader Bemba, 52, of masterminding a network from his prison cell...
KUWAIT: Four cities from across the Arab world are among the top 10 destinations to travel to globally for Muslims for shopping purposes, according to a new report released today by MasterCard and CrescentRating just ahead of the upcoming...
KUWAIT: After successful re-launch of HINO brand in Kuwait, Bahrah Trading Co (BTC), exclusive distributors of HINO trucks in the Kuwait, launched the superlong chassis from the new generation of HINO300 Series light-duty truck. It was displayed recently at...

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