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Egyptian woman walking on road ‘fondled’ 15 Egyptians to be deported

KUWAIT CITY, May 18: An Egyptian lady was reportedly molested by an unknown person while she was walking along the Restaurants Street in Salmiya area. According to a security source, the lady filed a case against a man who intercepted her on the street and started fondling her, noting the man fled the scene when she started shouting for help. She also said the suspect fled the scene in a white Japanese-made vehicle. The source explained that officers from the Interior Ministry’s Operations Room went to the scene and tried to gather information from the people who heard the cries of the victim, as well as the description of the suspect. A case was registered

15 Egyptians to be deported: Ministry of Interior on Sunday issued a decision to deport 15 Egyptian families for participating in an unauthorized procession in Abu Halifa to declare support for an Egyptian presidential candidate Abdul Fattah el Sisi. The concerned expatriates allegedly violated the State’s rules and regulation that ban unauthorized processions. There were inconsistent reports regarding a decision revoking the deportation order after the intervention of Egyptian embassy officials who signed an undertaking that the violation of Kuwaiti laws will not be repeated

Egyptian revelers held: The Ahmadi police have arrested 15 Egyptians for unruly behavior and referred them to the Criminal Investigation Department, reports Al- Watan Arabic daily. According to security sources the men were riding in a private bus carrying pictures of Abdulfattah Al-Sisi, the Egyptian presidential candidate. When a police patrol ordered the bus to stop and demanded to see the IDs of the Egyptians, they refused and continued celebrating the victory of Sisi on a beach in Fintas. They have been referred for interrogation.

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