Monday, February 18, 2019

Yearly Archives: 2017

KUWAIT: Concerned police authorities in cooperation with customs department detectives located the two containers that were smuggled out of Shuwaikh Port on Dec 14. Investigations indicated the containers were in a fenced off area in Amghara, and found to...
Kuwaiti killed, 5 hurt in Istanbul attack KUWAIT/ISTANBUL: A Kuwaiti national was killed and five others wounded in the Istanbul nightclub terror attack that took place on New Year’s night, said Deputy Foreign Minister Khaled Suleiman Al-Jarallah. Four of the...
NEW YORK: In some ways, Rachel Freier has a background that might be expected in a new civil court judge. She is a real estate lawyer who volunteers in family court and in her community, where she even serves...
BEIRUT: Syria's army advanced yesterday as it battles to capture a rebel region that is key to the capital's water supply, launching strikes and artillery fire threatening a fragile nationwide truce. Brokered by regime ally Russia and opposition supporter...
MOGADISHU: Suicide bombers attacked the main peacekeeping base in Somalia's capital yesterday, killing at least three Somali security officers, police said. Islamist Shabaab militants, who want to topple the Western-backed government, said they carried out the assault near Mogadishu's...
CHICAGO: One of the most violent years in Chicago history ended with a sobering tally: 762 homicides, the most in two decades in the city and more than New York and Los Angeles combined. The nation's third largest city...
French president visits Iraq - Baghdad suicide car blast kills 32 ARBIL, Iraq: Western support for military action against the Islamic State group is key to preventing attacks at home, French President Francois Hollande said yesterday in Iraq, where yet...
' I feel like I'm drowning here' SACRAMENTO, California: California's capital has emerged as a leading destination for Afghan refugees who were awarded special visas because of their service to coalition forces in the war. But life in the United...
PARIS: The playboy son of Equatorial Guinea's leader, notorious for his extravagant taste in cars, homes and Michael Jackson memorabilia, goes on trial yesterday in Paris charged with plundering his country's coffers to fund his jet set lifestyle in...
ISLAMABAD: At least 12 militants of the so-called Islamic State (IS) were killed in clearing operation and drone strikes in Afghanistan's eastern Nangarhar province, said Ministry of Defense (MoD) yesterday. A statement by Afghan MoD said that the operation...
NEW DELHI: India's top court yesterday prohibited politicians from using religion and caste to garner votes, a verdict that could force political parties to change their strategy in upcoming elections. "No politician can seek vote in the name of...
Stories of abuse by security forces raise global alarm YANGON: Myanmar yesterday said it has detained several police over a 'selfie-style' video that appears to show officers beating Rohingya civilians, a rare admission that security forces may have carried out...

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