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Yearly Archives: 2015

RABO DE PEIXE: Too many boats and fewer fish. Making ends meet has never been harder for the fishermen of Sao Miguel in the Azores, yet from father to son they continue to fish. “This is how I was...
KUWAIT: The World Health Organization (WHO) warned against the devastating health consequences of lead poisoning which accounts for 0.6 percent of global diseases and contributes to about 600,000 new cases of children with mental disabilities every year, Director of...
KUWAIT: The Central Statistical Bureau’s Labor Market Information System released its most recent report, the Labor Force Survey 2014: Main Findings (October - December, 2014), just before the Eid Al- Fitr holiday, which provides details, analysis and other statistical...
KUWAIT: Kuwait’s National Tennis team returned victorious from Tehran after defeating Iran 3-1 in a Davis Cup tie. The first singles match was won by Kuwait’s Mohammad Al-Ghareeb against Iran’s Hussaini with the score of 3-1. The second singles...
MELBOURNE: Record signing Raheem Sterling took just over two minutes to score his debut goal as Manchester City downed AS Roma on penalties in the International Champions Cup in Melbourne yesterday. England goalkeeper Joe Hart made two late saves...
KUWAIT: His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah strongly condemned a terrorist bomb attack in the Turkish town of Suruc, which killed at least 30 people and injured many others. In a cable of condolences to Turkish...
LONDON: The type of visa acquired by Kuwaitis will determine their stay in the UK and therefore, the Kuwaiti embassy urges nationals to get the correct documents so that their visit would not be hindered, the embassy said in...

Amir’s warning

His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah’s warning of the growing rate and severity of terrorism and his demands to the international community to join hands in fighting it and drying up its resources was very decisive. In...

Lessons not learned

Before thinking about laws against terrorism, there should be laws to confront racism and discrimination that is being practiced against sects and groups in jobs, employment, authorities, promotions, distribution of power, representation, rights and duties.” - Shafiq Al-Ghabra. There...
Our nation suffers from severe political ‘illiteracy.’ Criticizing a politician, a lawmaker or an active party does not mean you understand politics. It would rather be like someone questioning the competence of a hospital’s doctors, which, by no means,...
VANCOUVER: Despite evidence that taking powerful anti-HIV drugs can help protect uninfected partners from contracting the virus that causes AIDS, the therapy is far from becoming routinely prescribed, scientists said Monday. The practice, known as pre-exposure prophylaxis, or PrEP,...

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