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Monthly Archives: March 2018

KUWAIT: The Minister of State for Services Affairs has referred a number of ministry officials to the Public Anticorruption Authority for questioning on charges of stealing valuable stamps. In a statement yesterday, Jenan Boushehri, also Minister of State for Housing,...
KUWAIT: Hawally detectives arrested a policeman for running over a Filipina and escaping. The accident took place in Salmiya. Passersby informed police, who rushed to the area along with paramedics. The woman was taken to hospital with fractures and...
KUWAIT: A female citizen threatened a Kuwaiti man that she would press sexual harassment charges against him if he refuses to become a partner in a business with her. The man said he did not like the business and...
Serves autistic children and youth from Kuwait and neighboring countries KUWAIT: Under the auspices of Minister of Justice and Awqaf and Islamic Affairs Fahd Al-Afasi, the Kuwait Autism Center for Vocational Rehabilitation and Youth Welfare opened yesterday in Mishref. On...
KUWAIT: Kuwaiti Acting Deputy Foreign Minister Sheikh Dr Ahmad Nasser Al-Sabah held talks yesterday with the US Ambassador to Kuwait Lawrence Silverman. The crux of discussions revolved around strategies to take ties between Kuwait and the US to new...
Sheikh Nawaf attends KU's graduation ceremony for academic year 2016-17 KUWAIT: His Highness the Crown Prince Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah Monday urged Kuwait University (KU) fresh graduates to be open to modern technology and science with objective of developing...
RIYADH: Saudi Arabia yesterday said it would reimburse contractors for increased expatriate worker fees in government projects approved before Dec 2016, as the labor-intensive construction industry reels from an economic slowdown. The kingdom has long relied on foreign labor...
VENNIYUR, India: Every evening, three generations of worried Angatt family women meet outside a half-built bungalow in this village in India's southern Kerala state. Nearly six months after the house's foundation was laid and its two floors raised, construction...
CAIRO: Egyptian authorities pressed for a high turnout yesterday on the second day of a presidential election expected to give President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi a sweeping victory in the absence of real competition, in a contest dismissed by critics....
MAZAR-I-SHARIF: Old Afghan men looking to soothe their aching joints or enrich their rice dishes stand around a tiny shop where they are lulled by a camel's steady steps as sesame oil flows into a plastic bucket. The traditional...
Angry residents protest, allege cover-up   KEMEROVO: President Vladimir Putin flew to the scene of a deadly shopping mall fire in Siberia that killed 64 people and promised angry residents yesterday that those responsible for what he called criminal negligence would...
KOLKATA: Clashes in India between supporters of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's party and those of an opposition party snowballed into Hindu-Muslim rioting, with three people killed and dozens injured over two days of violence, police said yesterday. The trouble...

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