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Monthly Archives: February 2016

KUWAIT: HH the Crown Prince Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah yesterday paid a visit to the Department of Border Security Force on the northern border of the country. He was greeted upon his arrival by assistant interior ministry undersecretary...
DAMASCUS: Fighting subsided across much of Syria yesterday as the first major ceasefire of the devastating, five-year war appeared to broadly hold despite sporadic breaches in parts of the battle-scarred country. The truce, brokered by Washington and Moscow, is...
KUWAIT: His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah on Friday congratulated the citizens and residents of Kuwait on the 55th anniversary of the National Day and the 25th anniversary of the Liberation Day, lauding their joyful expression...
KUWAIT: Health Minister Dr Ali Al-Obaidi has endorsed new regulations for treatment abroad, stipulating in part that applications for treating a patient outside the country must be via the hospital and not through the department in charge treatment abroad. The...
KUWAIT: Obtaining information from all fields and systematically learning new terms is a major part of a translator's job. Dr Emad Abulnsr, a senior translation specialist and interpreter, spoke to Kuwait Times about his profession. Some excerpts: Kuwait Times: When...
LEICESTER: Leicester City eked out a critical win against struggling Norwich City with a very late winner from substitute Leonardo Ulloa that opened up a five-point lead at the top of the Premier League yesterday. Following their crushing stoppage...
ZURICH/CAIRO: FIFA's new president Gianni Infantino yesterday faced the mountainous task of reforming and uniting world football, with a pile of crises from the scandal-ridden Sepp Blatter era needing urgent action. Infantino, an executive at European football confederation UEFA,...
TOKYO: Japan's latest census confirmed the hard reality long ago signaled by shuttered shops and abandoned villages across the country: the population is shrinking. Japan's population stood at 127.1 million last fall, down 0.7 percent from 128.1 million in...

Education reform

Most intellectuals and liberals in the Arab world agree on the importance of education reform, but no one says what is the goal or the means in order to reform society and change traditional concepts and counter extremism. Talking about...
COLUMBIA: Hillary Clinton is eyeing a decisive win in South Carolina's Democratic presidential nomination race, hoping to gain momentum against Bernie Sanders before the high-stakes "Super Tuesday" contest. One week after Donald Trump barreled to victory in the state's...
WASHINGTON: US Republicans in Washington are coming to grips with what many of them not long ago considered an unimaginable reality: Donald Trump is likely to be their presidential nominee and standard-bearer. The prospect of Trump winning the Republican...

28th Feb

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