Kuwait receives human remains believed to belong to POWs

Kuwait pursues POWs’ DNA examination at criminal evidences department KUWAIT: Kuwaiti and Iraqi officials sign paperwork for the...

Commerce Ministry may step in to stop ‘artificial price hike’ of fish

Fishermen union invites Kuwaitis to practice profession ‘if they wish to’ KUWAIT: The Ministry of Commerce and Industry said...

Baghli’s family still holds hope of finding him four years since disappearance

Missing citizen’s son urges more effort from Romanian authorities to find his father Mohammed Al-Baghli with his sons.

Livestock market gets a makeover

A cloud of dust rises as sheep jump off yet another truck at the new livestock market in Rai. They are herded...

1,278 balloons released to honor Kuwaiti martyrs

KUWAIT: To remind the new generation of the most important event in Kuwait’s history - the Iraqi invasion in 1990 - a...

Ministry suspends 23 fishing licenses after protests against new regulations

New circular helped drop prices dramatically before going up again KUWAIT: The Ministry of Commerce and Industry asked the...

Local daily reveals Egyptian investigations results with “Kuwait cell”

KUWAIT: A high-ranking Egyptian security source said investigations and interrogations by Egyptian security authorities, which sent their results to the higher state...

Martyrs’ remains arrive today

KUWAIT: Informed sources said remains of several Kuwaiti prisoners of war and missing persons will be handed over by Iraq to Kuwait...

Kuwait’s newest air terminal to witness 1st direct flight to New York today

Flight KU 117 seventh and last phase of operating the facility KUWAIT: The Terminal 4 (T4) building, the...

Audit Bureau demands action to verify state employees’ academic qualifications

Expat employees must authenticate degrees or face termination KUWAIT: The Civil Service Commission (CSC) received several notes from the...

No IDs for “bachelors”

KUWAIT: Kuwait Municipality Director General Ahmad Al-Manfouhi explained the current procedures in cooperation with other government bodies to evict "bachelors" from...

Selective tax to cut obesity

KUWAIT: Correspondence among government authorities showed that implementation of selective tax in Kuwait will reduce obesity and smoking by nearly 25 percent...

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