Friday, February 22, 2019

Yearly Archives: 2018

CIHEA connects partner organizations and potential clients KUWAIT: A 24-member delegation from Canadian International Health Education Association (CIHEA) organized a one-day trade workshop in Kuwait. The event, in collaboration with the Canadian Embassy in Kuwait, was held at the Sheraton...
PARIS: President Emmanuel Macron said yesterday that France agreed with Saudi Arabia on the need to curb Iranian "expansionism" in the Middle East, while also announcing a conference to boost humanitarian support for Yemen, where Riyadh is waging a...
WASHINGTON: US President Donald Trump welcomed the Emir of Qatar to the White House yesterday, barely one year after alleging his government funded terrorism at a "high level". Drawing a line under a spat that called into question the...
DUBAI: Saudi Arabia has plans to dig a canal the length of its border with Gulf rival Qatar, to turn the peninsula into an island and further isolate it, Saudi media have said. “The project is to be funded...
The first between a sitting US president and a N Korean leader SEOUL: North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un has acknowledged the prospect of talks with the US, state media reported yesterday, in his first official mention of dialogue with...
NEW DELHI: Protesters burned merchandise and jostled with police outside a cricket stadium in Chennai yesterday, demanding Indian Premier League matches be cancelled as the southern city reels from a water crisis. Hundreds of demonstrators, some wearing black t-shirts...
President angrily denounces raid on 'good man' Cohen WASHINGTON: A furious Donald Trump blasted the investigation led by special counsel Robert Mueller as a "disgrace" and a "witch hunt" Monday after FBI agents raided the New York offices of the...
MANILA: Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's election victory in 2016 did not rely on information bought from anybody and his campaign team did not hire political consultancy Cambridge Analytica, his spokesman said on Tuesday. The Britain-based Cambridge Analytica is at...
BEIJING: Chinese authorities have torn down "two or three" crosses adorning Christian churches in one county because they were "illegally built", state media quoted an official as saying yesterday. The officially atheist ruling Communist Party has tightened restrictions and...
31 Palestinians have been killed since late March JERUSALEM: Two Israeli right-wing ministers yesterday defended soldiers after a video appearing to show them shoot a Palestinian and rejoice in it spread widely on social media and news sites. The video...
KUWAIT: President of Arab and Kuwait Shooting Federations Duaij Khalaf Al-Otaibi lauded the level the Arab Shotgun Shooting Tournament in Morocco had shown, adding that a notable improvement in the technical level among shooters of both genders was evident. Eng...
  KUWAIT: KGL sponsored the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace on April 6, which was held at the Kuwait Sports Club in Kifan. The event was organized by Olympian Balsam Al-Ayoub and her organization Balsam International who invited...

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