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Monthly Archives: November 2015

KUWAIT: Residency Affairs Department detectives ended the activities of 15 bogus companies in various areas of Kuwait. A security source said Interior Ministry Assistant Undersecretary for Nationality and Passport Affairs Major General Mazen Al-Jarrah asked detectives to launch a...
His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah rushed to the Al-Sadeq mosque shortly after the largest explosion Kuwait has ever witnessed took place and never hesitated to inspect the site while it was still on fire, and while...
JERUSALEM: Israeli troops shot dead a Palestinian who they say tried to stab a soldier in the West Bank yesterday, in the latest such incident in more than a month of violence. Palestinian officials said he was 16 years...
MOSCOW: The Russian passenger jet that crashed in Egypt killing all 224 people on board came down due to "external" factors, the airline said yesterday, as relatives began identifying their loved ones in Saint Petersburg. Senior Kogalymavia executive Alexander...
BRUSSELS: The European Union's struggle to staunch the flow of hundreds of thousands of people across its borders represents the continent's biggest refugee emergency in over half a century. But far from being insurmountable, many of the EU's challenges...
DHAKA: Angry publishers burnt books and closed their businesses in Bangladesh yesterday, in the third day of protests over the latest gruesome attacks on secular writers and publishers by suspected hardline Islamists. Hundreds of people, including book-shop owners, took...
KATHMANDU: Nepal police yesterday fired into a crowd of protesters trying to block a key border checkpoint and killed an Indian civilian as anger over a new constitution boiled over. The violence came hours after police forcibly broke up...
NEW DELHI: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, battling to win power in the big heartland state of Bihar and push his stalled economic reforms, hit back at his critics yesterday for trying to paint a picture of intolerance in...
MANILA: A Philippine radio reporter has been shot dead, police and colleagues said yesterday, in the latest attack in a country known for dozens of unsolved killings of journalists. Jose Bernardo, 44, was shot repeatedly by one of two suspects...

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SEOUL: The most widely used child surveillance app in South Korea has been pulled from the market after security specialists raised serious concerns about the program's safety. Moon Hyun-seok, a senior official at the Korea Communications Commission, told The...
KUWAIT: GCC equity markets failed to recover during October-15 despite strong monthly returns for almost all major global stock markets. Key markets in the region fell with Abu Dhabi reporting the steepest monthly decline followed by Saudi Arabia and...

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