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Monthly Archives: July 2016

KUWAIT: Police arrested a fugitive wanted to serve jail sentences totaling 117.5 years. The arrest was made under the supervision of Hawally governorate security director Brigadier Abdeen Al-Abdeen. Patrol officers stopped a taxi in Salwa, then when police asked...
A beautiful month of fasting, devotion, charity, prayers, kindness and forgiveness has passed and Muslims all over the world are looking forward to celebrating the Eid Al-Fitr holidays. The majority of GCC countries, including Kuwait, have a large number...
Nearly a quarter of Kuwait's entire population is under the age of 14 and yet with the exception of school assemblies, we never hear their voices. During Ramadan, Kuwait Times likes to publish a special series that engages with...
BAGHDAD: Nearly 120 people were killed and 200 wounded in two bombings overnight in Baghdad, most of them in a busy shopping area as residents celebrated Ramadan, police and medical sources said yesterday. The attack on the shopping area of...
BEIRUT: The call came around noon, about four hours after US-backed Syrian fighters announced they had taken over an air base outside a town held by the Islamic State group near the Iraqi border. "We are trapped. Pray for...
MUMBAI: Just hours after Shagufta Sayyed was married, her new husband told her he was having a relationship with another woman. He was clear the two would have no future, the 21-year-old Sayyed said. He was only marrying her...
HAVANA: They speak little Arabic and don't have a real mosque, but Cuba's small Muslim community practices the faith and will quietly mark the end of Ramadan as best they can. In Havana's old quarter, one can see a...
MEMPHIS: Sheriff's deputies found a large butcher knife with what appeared to be blood on it in an apartment where a Tennessee mother killed her four children by cutting their throats, court documents say. Shanynthia Gardner, 29, of Memphis,...
JERUSALEM: Elie Wiesel, the Holocaust survivor, writer and Nobel peace laureate who worked to keep alive the memory of Jews slaughtered during World War II, has died aged 87. Wiesel, a Romanian-born US citizen, was perhaps best known for...
NEW DELHI: The horrific slaughter of diners at a Dhaka cafe has fanned fears that surging Islamist violence may imperil the giant garment industry in Bangladesh, which built its economy on cheaply supplying fashion to the world's big-name brands....
DHAKA: Bangladesh said yesterday the attackers who slaughtered 20 hostages at a restaurant in Dhaka were well-educated followers of a homegrown militant outfit who found extremism "fashionable", denying links to the Islamic State group. As the country began two...
URSOON, Pakistan: Overnight flash floods killed at least 43 people in northern Pakistan, the majority in a remote village that did not receive an evacuation warning before the waters hit washing away most of the settlement, officials said yesterday....

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