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Police launch hunt for two abducted Filipinas Man risks life to salvage passport

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 14: The Hawalli police are looking for unidentified persons for kidnapping and holding captive two Filipino women in the area, reports Al-Rai daily. The kidnapping came to light when one of them called her Kuwaiti sponsor and the latter filed a complaint with the Nugra Police Station. The woman has reported sent the description of the place to her sponsor. Police will locate the area with the help of GPS.

‘Son kidnapped’: A 43-year-old Kuwaiti woman has filed a complaint with the concerned authorities accusing her ex-husband of kidnapping her 12- year-old son and taking him to the suburb of Saad Al-Abdullah, reports Al- Watan Arabic daily. In her complaint, the woman told police when she came home she did not find the boy following which she called him on his cell phone and when she inquired him where he was, the son reportedly told her that he was in Saad Al-Abdullah and that his father had forcibly taken him. Police are investigating.

Woman molested: An unidentified young Egyptian woman has filed a complaint with Salmiya Police Station accusing an unidentified person of molesting and harassing her, reports Al- Rai daily. The woman said while she was shopping in Salmiya the suspect deliberately touched her private parts and when she shouted at him, he assaulted her. The woman has given police the car plate number of the suspect’s vehicle

Man risks life to salvage passport : An Arab expatriate who tried to recover his passport when fire broke out inside his room located on the rooftop of a commercial complex in Jahra area has been referred to Al-Babtain Center for burns for treatment. A case was registered. Meanwhile, fire emergency rescue officers, in coordination with Coast Guard salvaged a boat that capsized off Shaab sea area, without casualties. Meanwhile, divers affiliated to the Fire Department retrieved a strange element with the shape of a skull from the Green Island waters after it created panic among visitors. And, acting on information firemen rushed to the Equestrian Club in Jahra and put out fire, reports Al- Rai daily. According to fire sources, the fire was caused by an electrical short circuit. Firemen from the Al- Nuwaiseeb fire center acting on information rushed to a camp in the area and put out fire, reports Annahar daily. No casualties have been reported. The cause of the fire is not known

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