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Monthly Archives: October 2015

Alber Elbaz is to leave Lanvin after 14 years as its creative director, the Paris-based fashion house said Wednesday, fuelling rumors he might take over the vacant seat at Christian Dior. "Lanvin and Alber Elbaz have ended their collaboration...
GENEVA: More than 3.7 billion people under 50 have the highly-infectious and incurable herpes virus that causes sores around the mouth and sometimes on the genitals, a World Health Organization report said. There are two forms of the herpes...
DUBAI: Apple opened its first retail stores in the Arab world yesterday in the luxury malls of the United Arab Emirates, hoping to sell wealthy consumers on their new high-end smartwatches. Apple's two new stores, at Dubai's Mall of the...
RIYADH: Strong population growth and rising incomes among women in Saudi Arabia should offset any blow to the economy from low oil prices, according to one of the country's largest retailers. Jarir Marketing Co said it expects to continue...
LONDON: Royal Dutch Shell reported a third quarter loss of $7.4 billion yesterday as it reorganized and cancelled projects, including drilling in Alaska, to cope with the plunge in oil prices. The net loss compares with a profit of...
SINGAPORE: Agnieszka Radwanska sent top seed Simona Halep crashing out of the WTA Finals yesterday with a 7-6 (7/5), 6-1 win which also put a resurgent Maria Sharapova into the semi-finals. But despite her 500th career victory, Poland’s Radwanska...
LONDON: Wayne Rooney failed to convert a spot-kick as Manchester United lost 3-1 on penalties to second-tier Middlesbrough in the League Cup on Wednesday, while Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool edged Bournemouth. After 120 goalless minutes at Old Trafford, the fourth-round...

30th Oct

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Schools off today

KUWAIT: Education Minister Dr Badr Al-Essa announced late yesterday that all public and private schools will be closed today due to the possibility of thunderstorms. - KUNA
KUWAIT: A thunderstorm hit the country early yesterday, leading to the suspension of schools and universities and flooding in some areas and roads. The Interior Ministry cautioned motorists from the possible continuation of the thunderstorm, calling on people in...
KUWAIT: Kuwait has agreed to let Iraq postpone a final batch of Saddam Hussain-era war reparations it is owed until early 2017. The official Kuwait News Agency reported yesterday that the state agreed to give Iraq until Jan 2017...
NEW YORK: A Kuwaiti intern at the French embassy in the United States was dismissed Tuesday after she was accused of publishing an anti-Semitic rant on Facebook. She was also suspended by Sciences Po university in Paris, where she...

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