Monthly Archives: June 2018

Creation decree established Kuwaiti Dinar as Kuwait's official currency KUWAIT: The Central Bank of Kuwait (CBK) will marked yesterday the golden jubilee of its establishment as the premier government-banking institute in the country. According to the CBK, the bank was...
KUWAIT: Working with Chinese network and smart phone giant Huawei provides Kuwait with the opportunity to absorb some of the global tech firm's cutting-edge knowledge, Minister of Commerce and Industry Khaled Al-Roudhan said yesterday. Kuwait stands to gain from...
KUWAIT: As part of its ongoing efforts to build community-wide awareness, Kuwait International Bank (KIB) sponsored activities of the International Day Against Drug Abuse, which was organized by the Ministry of State for Youth Affairs in cooperation with the...
Rebels do not accept Russian terms AMMAN/BEIRUT: Syrian rebels are negotiating with Russia to return state sovereignty in areas they control in the southwestern Deraa province, where the army has made rapid advances this month, insurgents said yesterday. Air raids...
ADDIS ABABA: Ethiopia has capped an extraordinary week in which its new prime minister, Abiy Ahmed, pushed ahead with bold reforms undeterred by a grenade attack that sparked fears of backlash by hardliners. Just three days after a blast...
KUWAIT: Kuwait Tennis Association Honorary President Sheikh Jaber Al-Abdallah Al-Jaber Al-Sabah received President of International Tennis Federation (ITF) David Haggerty at his Bneid Al-Qar diwan. Director General of Public Authority for Sports (PAS) Dr Humoud Fulaiteh Al-Shimmari, USA Deputy Chief...
'Occupy ICE' camps set up in several US states WASHINGTON: Demonstrations were expected across the United States yesterday against President Donald Trump's hardline immigration policy, as calls grow by activists for abolition of the country's frontline immigration enforcement agency. "We're...
Looking regal in his Russian uniform, Cristiano Ronaldo gazes out pensively with his arms folded and "CR7" embroidered near his left shoulder. Behind him is Lionel Messi, also snappily dressed and with the hairs of his moustache twirled up...
Taller than Danny de Vito but much shorter than the average household refrigerator, child star Isabela Moner is the first to admit that she hardly cuts an imposing figure. But the five foot (1.5 meter) Cleveland native steals scenes...
Mumbai's Art Deco buildings-believed to be the world's second largest collection after Miami-were added yesterday to UNESCO's World Heritage List alongside the city's better-known Victorian Gothic architecture. The decision was approved at a UNESCO meeting in the Bahraini capital...
UNESCO added Saudi Arabia's Al-Ahsa Oasis and Oman's ancient city of Qalhat to its World Heritage List on Friday, the world cultural body said. Authorities in Riyadh, as well as Muscat, have put tourism high on their economic agendas...
A guitar that played a key role in Bob Dylan's artistic evolution from folk music to rock fetched a half million at auction yesterday. The guitar, a 1965 Fender Telecaster that belonged to Robbie Robertson, Dylan's guitarist, was used...

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