Thursday, January 17, 2019

Monthly Archives: January 2016

I have been writing for the past two years on multiple platforms and as I look back on last year's accomplishments, I am extremely grateful that I started writing for Kuwait Times. I received in total 4,862 emails in...
KUWAIT: Chairman of the parliament's financial affairs committee MP Faisal Al-Shaye said that he supports stopping all 'wasteful official spending' including subsidies, provided it was done according to clear studies and setting binding prices. "The government must not consider...
KUWAIT: Hala February Festival 2016 will kick off on January 28 and will continue until February 24, the festival’s Higher Organizing Committee announced yesterday. The festival comes at the time where Kuwait celebrates 20 years since the assumption of...
KUWAIT: Director of the Medical Emergencies Department Dr Tariq Al-Jassar said that air medevac units dealt with accidents and cases in northern and southern areas of the country and transferred them to hospitals, in addition to ambulance points on...
KUWAIT: Egyptian security sources said a Kuwait student was killed by his Kuwaiti roommate in an apartment they shared in the Ajoaza district of Cairo. According to security reports, a fight started between two brothers and their roommate over...
KUWAIT: The body of an infant was found by a citizen, who reported it to police in Wafra. He said that while he was on a picnic with his family, he noticed a strange object, and when he approached...
TEHRAN: Iran's supreme leader warned yesterday that Saudi Arabia would face "divine revenge" for deciding to execute a Shiite cleric, calling the killing a mistake which would "haunt" the kingdom. Ayatollah Ali Khamenei was joined in his condemnation of...
PATHANKOT: Indian troops were still battling at least two gunmen yesterday night at an air force base near the border with Pakistan, more than a day and a half after the compound came under attack, a top government official...
TIKRIT: Suicide attackers from the Islamic State group killed at least 12 Iraqi forces yesterday in a brazen attack on police training at a military base yesterday, officials said. A commando of fighters equipped with rifles and suicide vests...
ST LOUIS: As the Mississippi River and its tributaries retreated from historic winter levels that flooded towns, forced evacuations and killed two dozen people, residents in the St Louis area were facing a massive cleanup and recovery effort that...
PUNE: More than 150,000 Hindu hardliners, all dressed in khaki shorts, white shirts and black hats, put on a massive show of strength at an elaborate rally in western India yesterday. It was the largest ever gathering of the...
MANILA: Nearly 50 young Filipinos returned yesterday from a remote Philippine-held island in the South China Sea where they had staged a week-long protest against Beijing's claims in the disputed waterway. The group arrived at Pag-asa island on December...

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