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Monthly Archives: November 2015

KUWAIT: A man died in a fire that broke out in a tent in Sabah Al-Ahmad City. Wafra firemen responded and put out the fire, and the charred body of an Asian man was found. Investigations are underway. Meanwhile,...
KUWAIT: Nuwaiseeb detectives arrested a citizen who made his friend believe that he shipped his car to a Gulf country, although he dismantled it and sold it as spare parts to a Fahaheel garage. A security source said a...
Today, I am talking about a senior official who has devoted himself to serving his home country Kuwait - Interior Minister Sheikh Mohammad Al-Khaled Al-Sabah. The man is well-known and is not a stranger to the interior ministry. He...
BRUSSELS: Turkey's prime minister dismissed yesterday any suggestion Ankara should apologise for downing a Russian warplane in its airspace last week, after winning strong NATO support for the right to defend itself. Six days after NATO member Turkey shot...
KHARTOUM: Among the simmering pots and sizzling grills of a Khartoum kitchen, Umm Mohammed has escaped from the thunderous shelling that forced her to flee Aleppo, joining a growing number of Syrians finding an unlikely shelter in Sudan. The...
BANGUI, Central African Republic: Pope Francis yesterday said Christians and Muslims were "brothers" and urged them to reject hatred and violence as he visited a mosque in the Central African Republic's capital which has been ravaged by sectarian conflict....
THE HAGUE: Syria yesterday denied ever using chemical weapons in its four-year-old civil war, telling a global watchdog it was cooperating fully with the destruction of its toxic stockpile. Damascus's rebuttal comes amid growing accusations it is not being...
WASHINGTON: As secretary of state, Hillary Clinton opened her office to dozens of influential Democratic party fundraisers, former Clinton administration and campaign loyalists, and corporate donors to her family's global charity, according to State Department calendars obtained by AP. The...
KINSHASA: Seven people hacked to death in a hospital were among at least 30 people killed in fighting at the weekend between the army, backed by UN troops, and Islamist Ugandan rebels in northeast Democratic Republic of Congo, local...
WASHINGTON: The United States' embassy in Kabul yesterday warned of an imminent attack in the Afghan city, saying it had received credible reports of a threat within the next two days, but had no other details. "US Embassy Kabul...
OLONGAPO, Philippines: A Philippine court is expected to deliver its verdict today in the emotion-charged case of a US Marine accused of murdering a transgender Filipino after discovering her gender when they checked into a hotel, officials said. Philippine police...
KUWAIT: Moody's Investors Service, one of the world's leading international credit ratings agency, has upgraded Gulf Bank's long term deposit rating to "A3" from "Baa1" and the standalone baseline credit assessment (BCA) to "ba1" from "ba2". The Bank's short-term...

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