Monthly Archives: October 2017

KUWAIT: A dust wave gripped Kuwait in the early hours of yesterday, causing visibility to drop drastically. Along with the storm, relatively cold winds were blowing with the visibility level at 500 m in some areas. The dust will...
KUWAIT: Lawmakers yesterday called for forming a strong and competent new Cabinet in order to be able to deal with the dangerous escalation in regional tensions and internal conflict within the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC). A senior opposition lawmaker...
'They belong in jail after prosecution' KUWAIT: MP Saleh Ashour stressed that rehabilitating Islamic State (IS) members returning to Kuwait would be disastrous for domestic security. "These people have violated Kuwaiti laws and taken part in war operations with terrorists....
KUWAIT: The Ministry of Education (MoE) yesterday issued a directive suspending all transfers within educational directorates or from one directorate to another as educational teaching staff and timetables are stable now at various schools. The ministry added that in...
KUWAIT: Deputy Premier and Interior Minister Sheikh Khalid Al-Jarrah Al-Sabah issued a decision to amend law 81/1976, giving police the authority to impound a vehicle or motorcycle in case the driver was caught driving a motorbike without a helmet,...
KUWAIT: Residency detectives carried out a raid against domestic help offices in search of residency law violators, resulting in arresting 21 violators of various nationalities. The department received tips about a bogus office that made deals with citizens and...
NEW YORK: The State of Kuwait is following up with deep concern and distress on the Rohingya plight in Myanmar where the Muslim community is targeted with mounting violence, tantamount to genocides against humanity. Kuwait affirms necessity of implementing...
Amir holds consultations with former premier KUWAIT: His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah received at Bayan Palace yesterday the visiting Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Mehmet Simsek and his accompanying delegation. The audience was attended by Deputy Amiri...
KUWAIT: Ten out of every 1,000 women in Kuwait are diagnosed with breast cancer, admitted Dr Asma Hussein, Senior Specialist and Radiologist at the Ministry of Health. Speaking with Kuwait Times at a seminar held at the Movenpick Hotel...
Fund warns GCC rift could dampen growth, endorses Saudi business zone DUBAI: The IMF yesterday advised energy-rich Gulf economies to speed up their diversification away from oil after projecting the worst growth for the region since the global financial crisis....
RIYADH: Saudi Arabia plans to start issuing tourist visas "soon", authorities said yesterday, as the ultraconservative kingdom seeks to attract international visitors in a radical overhaul of its oil-dependent economy. Tourism is seen as a major driver of growth as...
ZAMA, Japan: Japanese police have found nine mutilated bodies hidden in containers with their heads cut off and flesh stripped in a suburban Tokyo flat, media reported yesterday. Tokyo police have arrested 27-year-old Takahiro Shiraishi who reportedly confessed to...

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