Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Monthly Archives: November 2016

KUWAIT: Officials at the labor shelter operated by the Public Authority for Manpower received yesterday Victoria Orero from the US Department of State Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons, who was accompanied by a delegation including the...
Candidates invited to submit applications KUWAIT: Kuwait's Ministry of Information yesterday decided to cancel item 6 of article 8/2016 of e-media law. By this decision, the ministry is taking its hands off controlling polls carried out by licensed websites and...
NEW YORK: Bolstering human rights is a top priority for the State of Kuwait, said a researcher in a speech to a UN social, humanitarian, and cultural committee meeting late Tuesday. Sarah Saleh Al-Zouman, member of the Kuwaiti diplomatic...
KUWAIT: A matchmaker failed to realize the dream of a citizen to get married after she took KD 500 to find a match for him. The 29-year-old citizen agreed with a matchmaker to search for a woman for him...

KD 400 bag stolen

KUWAIT: A 29-year-old female citizen told police in Mubarak Al-Kabeer governorate that an unidentified person stole her bag in a five-star hotel when she left it on the table and went for a buffet. She said her bag, which...
Candidates who previously boycotted the elections claiming the illegality of the one-vote decree but are running this time round have the right to revert to the right thing and re-choose, and they should not be reprimanded, as the case...
Bad weather appears to have limited operations GOGJALI: More than a million civilians in Mosul are in grave danger and aid workers are "bracing for the worst", a relief group said yesterday, after Iraqi forces reached the jihadist-held city. Just...
Lingering rancor over her open-door migrant policy BERLIN: Germany's mass refugee influx may have abated, but the fears and tensions it stoked loom large as a weakened Chancellor Angela Merkel is expected to lead her party into a tough election...
ZARQA/SHURA: After Islamic State conquered villages in northern Iraq, it spelled out in minute detail the rules of its self-proclaimed caliphate, from beard length to alms to guidelines for taking women as sex slaves. Islamic State documents and posters,...
TEHRAN: Tehran's notorious former chief prosecutor, Said Mortazavi, has been sentenced to 135 lashes for misappropriation and waste of public money while head of Iran's welfare program, Iranian media reported yesterday. Mortazavi "was sentenced to 70 lashes for misappropriation of...
ISLAMABAD: Pakistani police yesterday released nearly 2,000 opposition party supporters of cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan who were detained ahead of planned anti-government protests, a government spokesman said. The majority of Khan's supporters were set free from Punjab province jails on...
Nearly 300 schools had been ordered to close SRINAGAR: Hundreds of schools were ordered to close indefinitely in Kashmir yesterday after shelling by Indian and Pakistani troops in the disputed region killed 14 civilians in two days. Authorities on the...

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