Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Monthly Archives: August 2017

TASHKURGAN, China: The China-Pakistan Friendship Highway runs over 1,300 kilometers from the far western Chinese city of Kashgar through the world's highest mountain pass and across the border. For China, the two-lane thoroughfare symbolizes a blossoming partnership, nourished with...
HERAT, Afghanistan: Thousands of Shiite protesters chanted slogans against the Islamic State group yesterday as they carried the coffins of victims of a mosque attack that killed 33 people in the western Afghan city of Herat. Up to 5,000...
JERUSALEM: It had all the ingredients of a political brawl: a Jordanian and an Israeli lawmaker, both known for attention-seeking bluster, challenged each other to a showdown yesterday on the border between their two countries. Everyone expected a fist...
SEOUL: North Korea's latest missile test has extended the range of its weapons to much of mainland US and raised a new fear in the South: would Washington protect Seoul when that could put American cities in danger? The...
ATHENS: Dozens of Syrian refugees, most of them women and children, protested yesterday at the German embassy in Athens against what they called Berlin's refusal to allow them to reunite with their families. Some 150 people including Iraqis, Afghans...
BARCELONA: Neymar could be presented as a Paris Saint-Germain player as early as this weekend for a world record fee as Barcelona admitted defeat in convincing the Brazilian to stay at the Camp Nou yesterday. Wagner Ribeiro, an advisor...
KUWAIT: His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah sent cables yesterday to leaders of Gulf nations, expressing gratefulness to them for standing by Kuwait during the Iraqi invasion of the country 27 years ago. Saudi King Salman...
KUWAIT: Kuwait seeks to boost efforts to fully implement the terms of the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination, said senior Kuwaiti official at the UN yesterday.   Speaking at the 93rd meeting of the UN's...
KUWAIT: Life is rarely without its challenges; however, there are some issues that can be so overbearing that it seems impossible to move on. Whether it is the death of a loved one or overwhelming feelings of anxiety, it...
KUWAIT: Mubarak Al-Kabeer municipality inspectors cracked down on Abu Fateera stores yesterday, and ended up issuing 23 citations, removing 103 random ads, and confiscating 16.5 kilograms of food that was found to be unfit for human consumption.   Garbage bags   Interior Ministry...
KUWAIT: Deputy Chairman of the Municipal Council Meshal Al-Juwaisri insisted that it is necessary for the Municipality to supervise imported food that enters the country that is not fit for human consumption. He found it strange for an entire...
KUWAIT: Kuwait Airways has won an award for best onboard amenities in an annual travel exhibition held in the German city of Hamburg. Speaking yesterday, Fayez Al-Enezi, Kuwait Airways' head of public relations, said that globetrotters have chosen Kuwait's...

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