Woman stabs to death Kuwaiti husband over ‘family dispute’ Prevalence of bribery denied in ministry

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 19: A Kuwaiti citizen died when his Bedoun wife stabbed him in the chest in their flat in Nugra during a domestic dispute.
According to security sources, when the guard of the building heard loud shouts and strange noises from the flat, he informed the Operations Room of Ministry of Interior. Securitymen and paramedics rushed to the location and found the Kuwaiti citizen lying on the ground and bleeding profusely.
Paramedics examined him and discovered that he had succumbed to the stab wound on his chest. Officers from General Department for Criminal Evidences rushed to the location and referred the corpse to the Forensics Department.
Securitymen arrested the suspect and referred her to the police station, where during interrogations she revealed that she had stabbed him during a fight over some domestic disputes.
The suspect was referred to the Public Prosecution for necessary legal action against her.

Agencies add:

Rumours denied: The Ministry of Commerce and Industry has denied rumors which said a small number of employees complete the transactions of certain people in return for monetary favors, reports Al-Anba daily.
The daily added the ministry has appealed to citizens and expatriates to report cases of corruption in the ministry and promised to keep the name and identity of the informer secret.
A senior ministry official said this appeal is only a kind of cooperation between the ministry and the public. He promised to refer cases of corruption and bribery immediately to the Public Prosecutor.
The sources pointed out the Minister of Commerce wants to prove to the public that corruption does not exist there.
However, the sources stressed through the new secret window that the minister has opened for the public; he wants to improve the monitoring system to combat corruption in the ministry.
Corruption cases can now be reported at rpt_corruption@moci.gov.kw

Probe launched: The Department of Charity Organizations at the Ministry of Social Affairs and Labor has launched an inquiry into the loss of seven of the 40 receipt books which were delivered to one of the charities to collect donations on behalf of the Syrian people, reports Al-Anba daily.
However, the sources have ruled out any kind of manipulation behind the disappearance of the books. Reports show the books were lost and a report had been filed with the area police station.
According to sources the charity organization has used only 24 receipt books and collected KD 700,000. The money has been handed over to the World Charity Foundation.

‘No Kuwaiti involved’: The Undersecretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Khaled Al-Jarallah has denied reports that a Kuwaiti businessman is involved in terrorist activities in Bahrain, reports Al-Qabas daily.
Al-Jarallah said Kuwait rejects outside interference in Bahrain’s internal affairs.

Dogs trace it: Customs officers at the Abdali border post recently foiled an attempt by a Pakistani man to smuggle drugs into the country, reports Al-Anba daily.
Officers have reportedly seized two kilos of hashish from the suspect. The drugs were hidden under the battery of the truck. The drugs were discovered by police dogs.
The suspect and the drugs have been referred to the General Department for Drug Control.

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