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Monthly Archives: December 2015

KUWAIT: Farwaniya detectives, in cooperation and coordination with The Avenues mall administration, put an end to the activity of a female citizen who frequented the mall during the past few months and stole lightweight expensive items from several shops....
The joke goes that a contractor hired three workers to erect several lampposts on a desert road. The contractor asked the first worker to dig, because he was fast in doing that, and asked the second to place the...
KUWAIT: Kuwait Bodybuilding National Team won one gold and one bronze medals during the Wor l d Bodybuilding and Physical Fitness Championship that was held in Thailand lately with the participation of 55 teams of various categories and weights....
LONDON: Britain's parliament looked set to vote in favor of joining air strikes on Islamic State (IS) jihadists in Syria yesterday despite angry exchanges which have exposed deep divisions on military action. Prime Minister David Cameron kicked off over...
MOSCOW: Russia yesterday accused Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his family of involvement in illegal oil trading with Islamic State jihadists, ratcheting up the heat in a dispute over Ankara's downing of one of Moscow's warplanes. The Turkish...
PESHAWAR: Pakistan yesterday hanged four men linked to the Taleban's massacre of more than 130 schoolchildren, with parents of victims saying they deserved "no forgiveness" as the attack anniversary approached. The executions, which officials said were carried out yesterday...
ISLAMABAD: An angry brother shot his elder sister dead because she voted in Pakistani local elections after he had forbidden her to do so, police said yesterday. The murder occurred in the town of Taxila 25 kilometers west of...
CHENNAI: The heaviest rainfall in over a century caused massive flooding across the Indian state of Tamil Nadu, driving thousands from their homes, shutting auto factories and paralyzing the airport in the state capital Chennai. The national weather office...
ADEN: Al-Qaeda fighters drove pro-government forces out of a town in southern Yemen yesterday in a new show of strength by the jihadists, who have exploited the country's turmoil to expand their territory. Yemen, home to what the United...
WASHINGTON: US President Barack Obama must investigate his predecessor George W Bush and allies over the CIA's torture of terror suspects, or stand complicit in a government "cover-up", Human Rights Watch said Tuesday. In a scathing report, the international...
ATHENS: Greece hit back yesterday at threats from some EU states to suspend it from the Schengen zone of open border travel because of its failure to control large numbers of migrants entering Europe. Some central European officials, most...

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