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Monthly Archives: September 2015

KUWAIT: The Court of Appeals yesterday adjourned the hearing of a case in which a number of citizens, including former MPs are charged with breaking into the parliament. The adjournment came to study a request to change one of the...
 Kuwait: Municipal Council member Lawyer Abdallah Al- Kandari found it strange for Kuwait Municipality to keep silent towards cleaners begging in streets and near traffic lights. “This phenomenon is shameful, because it comes under the human rights item and...
KUWAIT: A restaurant employee was stabbed with a screw driver and beaten when he refused to give patrons their order until they paid. The five ganged up on the waiter and started beating him while shouting insults at him...
KUWAIT: A fire broke out in the basement of a 10-storey Farwaniya building and was put out by firemen from Farwaniya, Sabhan and back-up centers. More than 200 residents of the building were evacuated, as the basement was used...
Social media applications have dominated our world. And although most of them can be downloaded on all kinds of platforms free of charge, there is still a price that people pay when they spend the majority of their day...
ATHENS: Thousands of refugees and migrants arrived in Athens yesterday, piling further pressure on increasingly divided European nations as they struggle to cope with the unprecedented influx. Fresh protests also erupted in Hungary, a key transit point for the...
LONDON: After a lengthy summer break, Prime Minister David Cameron is buckling down for months of hard graft over Britain’s referendum on leaving the EU, which could be complicated by Europe’s migrant crisis. Cameron, who last month was holidaying...
BAGHDAD: Masked men in military uniforms kidnapped 18 Turkish employees of an Ankara-based construction company in Baghdad early yesterday, bundling them into several SUVs and speeding away, Iraqi and Turkish officials said. The 18 are employed by Nurol Insaat,...
PARIS: Kidnapped, beaten, sold and raped: The Islamic State group is running an international market in Iraq where Christian and Yazidi women are sold as sexual slaves, a teenager who escaped told AFP Tuesday. Jinan, 18, a Yazidi, was captured...
BEIJING: Pakistan has eliminated “almost all” militants from China’s Uighur ethnic minority on its territory, the country’s president said yesterday, as China conducts a crackdown within its own borders. President Mamnoon Hussain told his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping that...
MORIA: Three decades after his father fled war in Afghanistan to seek safety in Iran, Abdullah Bakhshi is now on the next leg of his family’s long journey to a better life and part of the largest tide of...
BEIJING: The undoubted star of China’s giant military parade marking 70 years since Japan’s World War II defeat-and countless television shows on the conflict-will be the ruling Communist Party, celebrating a victory historians say was largely won by others....

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