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Yearly Archives: 2016

KUWAIT: There are 3,888 patients underwent laparoscopic procedures from Jan to Oct 2016, including 500 cases that required intervention during the procedure, either to remove a benign or malignant tumor or to stop bleeding. This was stated by Dr...
KUWAIT: Social Affairs and Labor Minister and State Minister for Economic Affairs Hind Al-Subaih said the transfer of nurseries to the education ministry is proceeding according to the legal process. She said the transfer was scheduled for Jan 1,...
KUWAIT: Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research (KISR) has released around 165,000 fish into territorial waters in efforts to enhance food security. In a speech yesterday during the closing ceremony for a campaign aiming to boost fish stocks, KISR's Director...
BAGHDAD: Iraqi Prime Minister Haider Al-Abadi yesterday lauded Kuwait's relentless support to his country, especially regarding Iraq's efforts to maintain security and stability. Abadi made the remark during a meeting with Kuwait's visiting Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of...
KUWAIT: Two Kuwaiti citizens attacked a Syrian car mechanic and an Egyptian cashier with a stick over a dispute in regards to spare parts. There actions were caught on camera. A security source said that two citizens who went...
Netanyahu hits back at ‘skewed’ speech WASHINGTON: US Secretary of State John Kerry warned yesterday that Israel’s building of settlements was endangering Middle East peace, expressing unusually frank frustration with the long-time American ally. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu shot...
BAGHDAD: An air strike has disabled the last bridge linking eastern and western Mosul, a city Iraqi forces are fighting to retake from jihadists, residents and a provincial official said. Iraqi forces have advanced into eastern Mosul - which...
Generals make huge profits as country goes hungry PUERTO CABELLO, Venezuela: When hunger drew tens of thousands of Venezuelans to the streets last summer in protest, President Nicolas Maduro turned to the military to manage the country's diminished food supply,...
TEHRAN: Images of homeless drug addicts living in empty graves just outside the Iranian capital have deeply shocked the public and prompted reactions even from President Hassan Rouhani. Shahrvand newspaper on Tuesday published the images in a report on...
40-year-old Tunisian man may be involved BERLIN: German prosecutors said yesterday that they have detained a Tunisian man they think may have been involved in last week's truck attack on a Christmas market in Berlin. The 40-year-old, who wasn't identified,...
ISLAMABAD: Pakistani police yesterday caught three men accused of preparing home-made liquor mixed with aftershave that killed 34 people including a fourth suspect after they consumed the toxic brew on Christmas Eve. More than a hundred people were also...
MUMBAI: An increase in baby trafficking in India is reducing the number of children available for adoption and fuelling the lucrative trade as more couples wait to adopt, government officials said yesterday. Government figures show currently 1,700 children are...

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