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‘Magician’ helping girls find ‘lost love’ for cash arrested Trio coming from Iraq not ‘DAESH’ militants

KUWAIT CITY, July 18: The Farwaniya Detectives have arrested an unidentified Yemeni national who lives in Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh and has become very popular in the area for helping women find lost love through different kinds of magic in return for money, reports Al-Shahed daily. The daily added, when the security authorities received confidential information that the magician through witchcraft was cheating women, a trap was set to arrest him. Police then sent a female agent to buy magic beads which the Yemeni sold for KD 500 and after paying the money, she sent a signal to the securitymen who then raided the apartment and caught the man in the act. The police also recovered the money and seized from the man various kinds of witchcraft tools and beads and amulets. The contraband and the suspect have been referred to the concerned authorities.

Trio not from ‘DAESH’: The General Administration for Border Security recently foiled an infiltration attempt by three people coming from Iraq, reports Al-Shahed daily. According to sources the security system spotted three people walking in the direction of the boundary line and the information was immediately relayed to the border security patrolmen who rushed to the location and arrested the infiltrators. The sources ruled out the infiltrators belong to the DAESH organization. However, the sources said investigation is still underway to determine the motives of their attempt to enter the country. The sources pointed out the border security patrols are able to thwart any attempts to infiltrate into the country. According to reliable sources, the General Administration for Border Security has the best radar and thermal devices and state-of-the-art monitoring equipment and follow-up and moreover, the border security is manned by trained personnel.

Daring robbery: A Kuwaiti man whose identity has not been disclosed, has filed a complaint with the police accusing seven people of forcing their entry into his home and stealing his car, television set and Iphone, reports Al-Anba daily. The daily added, according to the complainant the suspects took the key of the car from his house and drove off. Police are looking for the suspects.

Action against absconders: The Public Authority for Manpower intends to work hand in hand with the Ministry of Interior to solve the issue of persons reported ‘absconding’ by their sponsors, reports Annahar daily. The daily added, this is done to protect the rights of both parties. According to reliable sources, both the authorities are discussing the issue and that action will be taken only 60 days after an ‘absconding’ report has been filed by the sponsor and after ascertaining the worker is actually absconding.

Wanted held at airport: Immigration officers at the Kuwait International Airport have arrested a 20-year-old Arab man who was wanted by law in a theft case, reports Al- Watan Arabic daily. Top and above: Some pictures taken at the drill. The daily added, the suspect was detained when he arrived from an unidentified GCC country. The suspect has been handed over to the concerned authority.

Swindler arrested: The Jleeb Al- Shuyoukh Police have arrested an unidentified Syrian who was wanted by law in fraud and swindling cases, reports Al-Watan Arabic daily. The daily quoting security sources said the suspect was initially arrested for violating a traffic law and while checking his data the patrolmen found he was wanted by law. He has been handed over to the concerned authorities.

Libel case filed: A Kuwaiti man, whose identity has not been disclosed, has filed a libel case with the Saad Al- Abdullah Police Station accusing an unidentified person of insulting him on the social networking website Twitter, reports Al-Rai daily. Police are looking for the suspect. The complainant has provided a copy of tweets to the police station. Meanwhile, a Kuwaiti man has filed a complaint with the police accusing an unidentified person of stealing his car, reports Al-Rai daily. In his complaint, the Kuwaiti said he parked the car in front of a laundry in Sabahiya with the engine running and when he returned after a few minutes, he found the car missing. He has given police the car plate number and the description of the car.

Fire at KU gate: Acting on information firemen rushed to the Kuwait University in Khaldiya and put out fire at a makeshift Gate 6 which is being used by the security guards, reports Al-Shahed daily. According to eyewitness reports, firemen put out the fire very quickly and prevented it from spreading. The fire was reportedly caused by an electrical short circuit. No human casualties have been reported.

Kuwaiti teen hurt: A 16-year-old Kuwaiti was seriously injured when he lost control of his vehicle and crashed into a road barrier in front of the Farwaniya Hospital, reports Al-Watan Arabic daily. Acting on information police and paramedics rushed to the spot and rushed the injured to the hospital. Meanwhile, a 60-year-old Indian escaped with a fracture and bruises when he was run over by an unidentified motorist while crossing a road in Murgab, reports Al-Watan Arabic daily.

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