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Police hunt gang as fake money dumped in market

KUWAIT CITY, July 3: Personnel from the Criminal Investigation Department of the Ministry of Interior are looking for members of a gang who are said to have pumped forged Kuwait currency bank notes into the market. The fake currency is deposited in a local bank in Hawalli, reports Alam Alyawm daily. In his complaint to the Hawalli Public Prosecution the legal consultant of the bank said the fake bank notes were discovered by employees of the bank. It is expected the gang may have used the forged currency at restaurants, petrol stations and groceries in a professional manner.

3 held for fighting: Three citizens — two of them brothers — have been detained for fighting, reports Alam Alyawm daily. The daily added, the brothers claim the other man insulted them on the social networking websites Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

Top official fined: Administrative Circle of the Court of Appeals presided over by Justice Ibrahim Al-Seif ordered the Undersecretary of Social Affairs and Labor to pay KD 3,000 in compensation to the head of data registry in the ministry for damages caused on account of appointing his colleague as a supervisor. The case files presented by the plaintiff lawyer AbdulMohsin Al- Qattan indicated his client has been working in the Ministry of Social Affairs and Labor as head of data registry section with 8 years experience and excellent ratings in his performance for two years in a row, besides his academic credentials that qualify him for the job which was given to his colleague who is less qualified for the post compared to the plaintiff. Earlier, the Court of First Instance rejected the case and compensation suit on the pretext that the case was filed after the legal period for lodging such complaints expired

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