Monthly Archives: August 2018

KUWAIT: The Public Authority for Manpower carried out a campaign at some malls in Sharq, resulting in the discovery of tens of stores and offices that are closed although hundreds of workers are under their sponsorship. The campaigns come...
KUWAIT: Mubarak Al-Kabeer municipality's safety department carried out several field tours targeting several companies to make sure that storage licenses are still valid and limit the illegal use of state property. Head of the department Maisa Bushehri said the...
KUWAIT: Kuwaiti Minister of Health Sheikh Dr Bassel Al-Sabah has referred a former official at the Ministry of Health to Public Prosecution for hosting an Arab law professor in the fake capacity of a doctor. Sheikh Bassel, who also...
This title sparked a debate on social media during the Eid holiday. Why? What is the cause of the outrage against this man? The answer is simple. A Kuwaiti man in his sixties was seen in a short video...
NEW YORK: Kuwait Representative to the United Nations Mansour Al-Otaibi called on the UN Security Council to attach greater importance to peacemaking and working with partner organizations to solve conflicts. Regional organizations can play greater roles in brokering peace...
Every time I'm invited to a wedding, engagement party, birthday or any occasion, I try to disappear and invent a million excuses in order not to attend. Nowadays, to be invited to such events is a complete hassle and...
Kuwait is now considering limiting the number of expatriate students in its public schools. The only "non-Kuwaitis" who may be included into our government schools are stateless students who are the offspring of military personnel or parents from Gulf...
 KUWAIT: Palm trees in the Arabian Peninsula are not only famous for their historical and religious value but also for their unique ability to grow in harsh environments. In Kuwait, palms represent nearly all of the trees producing fruit,...
Report points to widespread arbitrary detention, rape and torture RIYADH: A Saudi-led coalition battling in Yemen yesterday dismissed as inaccurate a report by UN investigators that highlighted possible war crimes in the conflict-torn country including deadly air strikes by the...
Thousands of migrants die at sea every year NDIEBENE-GANDIOL: In 2006, Khady Dieye's husband left the family home on Senegal's northern coast and boarded a dugout canoe in the hope of reaching Spain. "Since then, we have not had any...
Brazil sends troops to the border with crisis-ridden neighbor CARACAS: Thousands of Venezuelans are clamoring to return home to recession, hyperinflation and a collapsing economy, President Nicolas Maduro's government claimed yesterday as Brazil sends troops to the border with its...
Hurricane Maria death toll raised to nearly 3,000 MIAMI: President Donald Trump's administration killed Puerto Ricans through "neglect," the mayor of the island's capital said yesterday, after the official death toll for Hurricane Maria was raised to nearly 3,000. Trump...

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