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‘Kuwaitis moved to Baghdad, will arrive home in 48 hours’ Gun-running Kuwaiti detained

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 13: Securitymen have opened an intensive investigation to determine mystery surrounding the death of a child in Farwaniya area. A security source said the Operations Room of the Interior Ministry was notified that an Egyptian child had died in West Farwaniya Clinic. Detectives were deployed to the scene and a case was registered for investigation to know the cause of death.

  Kuwaiti arrested: A Kuwaiti man was arrested for trading in weapons after Ahmadi securitymen confiscated four different types of weapons and 10,000 bullets in his possession, reports Al-Seyassah daily. Apparently, security authorities were tipped-off about the activities of the suspect and a team of detectives was formed to nail him. Sources said the citizen was arrested with weapons and ammunition after security operatives had monitored him for a while. He was referred to Public Prosecution.

 Free in 48 hours: The eight Kuwaitis who were arrested by the Iraqi authorities and detained at the Samawah prison have been moved from the prison to Baghdad to complete procedures of their deportation from Iraq, Khaled Al-Jarallah Undersecretary of Foreign Ministry told the Al-Seyassah daily. Al-Jarallah said the men are expected to arrive in Kuwait in less than 48 hours. He said the administrative procedures are the cause of delay because such cases have to be referred to the Prosecution in Baghdad. The men were arrested for hunting without a licence 13 days ago and since then the Foreign Ministry has been following up the issue closely with the Iraqi authorities through the Kuwaiti Embassy in Baghdad. The men were arrested and charged with ‘entering the country illegally’, a charge denied by the family of the detainees who said they entered Iraq legally and did not commit any offense accept of hunting illegally.

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