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Monthly Archives: August 2018

Possible new US tariffs on Chinese goods not 'cataclysmic:' Ross SINGAPORE/BEIJING: China yesterday urged the United States to "calm down" and return to reason after the Trump administration sought to ratchet up pressure for trade concessions by proposing a higher...
DUBAI: Bahrain's government has rejected parliament's proposals to reform allowances paid to Bahrainis squeezed by years of austerity on the grounds that they would break government spending caps, lawmakers said. After oil prices fell in 2014, pressuring state finances, Bahrain...
KUWAIT: A reception was held for Kuwait shooters who participated in the Clay Shooting Grand Prix tournament that was held in Todi - Italy earlier in the month. The reception was held in the presence of President of Arab...
Root laughs off Kohli's run out send-off BIRMINGHAM: England's Sam Curran took three wickets in quick succession as India suffered a dramatic top-order collapse in the first Test at Edgbaston yesterday. Curran's treble strike reduced India to 76 for three...
Paire fined $16,500 for Washington meltdown WASHINGTON: Three-time Grand Slam winner Andy Murray collected the biggest victory of his injury comeback Wednesday at the ATP and WTA Washington Open while defending champion Alexander Zverev booked a matchup with his older...
Juventus prevail 5-3 in a shoot-out WASHINGTON: Serie A champions Juventus got the best of Major League Soccer's All-Stars in a penalty shootout Wednesday after an entertaining 1-1 draw in the North American league's mid-season exhibition. Before a crowd of...
TAMPA: Brain damage from heading a football may be five times more extensive in women than men, said a US study based on nearly 100 amateur players. The report in the journal Radiology suggested that sex-specific guidelines may be...

3rd Aug

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Hajraf details state budget's final accounts in webcast KUWAIT: Minister of Oil and Minister of Electricity and Water Bakheet Al-Rasheedi said yesterday GCC states have prepared emergency plans in case the Strait of Hormuz was closed. Iran, in its row...
KUWAIT: The number of unemployed Kuwaitis reached 13,523 during the first quarter of 2018, including 3,540 males (26.18 percent) and 9,983 females (73.82 percent). Statistics from the Civil Service Commission and published by Al-Anbaa yesterday showed that the percentage...
CAIRO/KUWAIT: Egypt's ministry of higher education said yesterday that none of the country's schools have issued fake college degrees to Kuwaiti students, underlining its "concern" over a case where fraudulent certificated were awarded to dozens of Kuwaitis. "Egyptian universities are...
KUWAIT: Parliamentary sources said the government may see a Cabinet reshuffle before the end of the year and expected it to take place in November to avoid grillings that will affect those ministers. The government also wants a term...

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