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Monthly Archives: November 2017

KUWAIT: MP Al-Humaidi Al-Subaie criticized a decision made by Minister of Public Works Abdul-Rahman Al-Mutawa to offer 14 different road maintenance contract tenders simultaneously, noting that this action raises suspicions. The lawmaker demanded clarifications from the minister amid speculations...
KUWAIT: Regular operations at the Kuwaiti ports have resumed after weather conditions improved across the country, Kuwait Ports Authority (KPA) said yesterday. Director of Operations at Shuwaikh Port Captain Bader Al-Enezi said that the normal navigation to and from...
Kuwait improves position in Ease of Doing Business Index KUWAIT: The State of Kuwait has done well in improving its business atmosphere, taking vital steps that made it one of the leading GCC countries in implementing economic reforms, Director of...
Sheikh Jaber Al-Mubarak leads his 7th Cabinet KUWAIT: His Highness the Prime Minister Sheikh Jaber Al-Mubarak Al-Hamad Al-Sabah met yesterday with Saleh Al-Fadhalah, head of the central agency dealing with the status of illegal residents; a state department that handles...
KUWAIT: Three Kuwaiti men face legal action after patrolmen caught them dressed up in women's clothes and carrying purses full of makeup in Abu Fateera. Fight Two women, Kuwaiti and Jordanian, got into a fight at a five-star hotel. The Jordanian...
KUWAIT: The Interior Ministry's Relations and Security Information Department said general security officers arrested an Arab man for stealing copper cables from Jamal Abdul Nasser Road. A police patrol noticed a man removing cables from the ground. When policemen...
NEW YORK: The Uzbek immigrant who killed eight people in New York's worst attack since Sept 11, 2001 planned the assault for weeks and left behind handwritten notes in Arabic hailing the Islamic State group, police confirmed yesterday. The...
SANAA: A Saudi-led coalition air strike killed 29 people at a crowded marketplace in the heartland of the Iran-backed Houthi rebels in northern Yemen yesterday, Houthi health authorities said. The coalition, which has faced repeated international criticism over civilian...
Islamist group still dominant armed force in enclave GAZA: The Islamist group Hamas began ceding control of the Gaza Strip's border crossings with Israel and Egypt to US-backed Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas yesterday under an agreement brokered by Cairo to...
LONDON: At least 15 million teenage girls worldwide have been forced into sex - often by partners, relatives or friends - yet only one in 100 sought help, the United Nations said yesterday. Cameroon had the highest rate of...
Israelis celebrate it, Palestinians despise it   JERUSALEM: Israelis celebrate it. Palestinians despise it. The Balfour Declaration, Britain's promise to Zionists to create a Jewish home in what is now Israel, turns 100 this week, with events in Israel, the Palestinian...
NEW DELHI: At least 13 people including a pregnant woman were killed when an electricity transformer exploded outside a wedding ceremony in western India, police said yesterday. Dozens of guests had assembled for the ceremony outside a family home...

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