Filipina Victim of brutal Turkish husband

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 18: A Filipino woman has filed a complaint with the Sabah Al-Salem Police Station accusing her Turkish husband of brutally assaulting her, reports Al-Kuwaitiah daily
The wife, who works at a beauty parlor, said her husband was jealous of her and one evening when she returned from work he suddenly lost his temper and beat her for no reason.
The wife then bit her husband in the face and escaped from the house screaming for help. She then called the Operations Department of the Ministry of Interior and police and paramedics rushed to the spot and took the woman to a hospital. According to a medical report the wife has broken fingers, several injuries and bruises on her body.
Police are looking for the husband.

Activists freed: The Public Prosecutor released former lawmaker Dr Walid Al-Tabtabaei and 14 activists without bail, reports Al-Anba daily.
The suspects were summoned for interrogation following a complaint filed by the Ministry of Interior. They were found guilty of violating laws during the ‘Dignity of Nation’, which was held in Keifan.
The released persons are: Dr Walid Al-Tabtabaei, Rania Al-Sa’ad, Hnouf Al-Sayer, Rana Al-Saadoun, Abdullah Al-Rassam, Abdulwahab Al-Rassam, Hamad Al-Olayan, Rashid Al-Fadhalah, Hamad Al-Khalidi, Rashid Al-Enzi, Bader Al-Ghanim, Abdulaziz Bouhamd, Meshaal Al-Zaydi, Walid Al-Sha’alan and Fawzi Al-Qassar.
Sources added the accused were interrogated on several charges such as participating in an unauthorized gathering, non-compliance with orders of the securitymen, assaulting securitymen, disrupting traffic and disturbing the residents of Keifan.

3 held for theft: Two Kuwaitis and a Bedoun were arrested by securitymen on routine duty in Kabad area for theft. The suspects were apprehended with a number of stolen ID cards and bank cards in their possession.
Security sources said patrol officers came across a vehicle parking at the roadside with three people inside it and approached them for inspection. Then they discovered the men were wanted by law for theft after checking their details. The officers found many bank cards and civil ID cards after conducting a search inside the vehicle.
Sources said the suspects were earlier wanted in Fintas and Andalous police stations respectively for similar offenses.

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