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KUWAIT CITY, July 22: The State Security police are looking for unidentified persons for writing graffiti on the walls of the toilets in support of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant or the so-called DAESH, reports Al-Rai daily. The daily added, when some of the shop owners in the Mubarakiya Market in downtown Kuwait City saw the inscriptions on the walls of the toilet one of which read ‘Kuwait Iraqi Territory’ they informed the Operations Department of the Ministry of Interior. Personnel from the Criminal Evidences Department have lifted fingerprints to identify the suspects.

‘Royal’ inmate complains: An unidentified inmate of the Central Prison and member of the ruling family has complained of carelessness and negligence while he was being treated at a government hospital for chronic diseases including heart and kidney problems, reports Al-Rai daily. He claimed after he was given a wrong injection he got a swelling in his hand which led to blood retention and intense suffering caused by pain. He added, although he was not fully treated, the therapists at the hospital ordered to return him to jail. The Sheikh who has spent a long time behind bars at the Central Prison told the daily he is suffering from liver, heart, kidney problems and shortness of breath. He went on to say when his condition aggravated the prison authorities referred him to the hospital and to add insult to injury he was given a wrong injection.
‘Jihadist’ killed: A young Syrian man Fares Al-Hariri, believed to be 20 years old a.k.a. Abu Bakr Al-Kuwaiti, died in Syria while fighting the government forces, reports Al-Watan Arabic daily. Al-Hariri is a jihadist and believed to be member of the Al-Nusrat Front.  According to sources, Al-Hariri’s mother is Kuwaiti.
Fire in eatery: Firefighters from Hawalli Brigade put out a fire that broke out in a restaurant and prevented it from spreading. No human casualties were reported, reports Al-Shahed weekly. Meanwhile, acting on information firemen from the Shuhada Fire Center rushed to the Airport Road, opposite Adailiya and rescued an unidentified trucker who was trapped inside his vehicle following a two-vehicle collision, reports Al-Rai daily. The cause of the accident is not known. And, acting on information firemen rushed to a house in Khaitan and put out fire, reports Al-Watan Arabic daily. According to fire sources the house caught fire due to overload on power consumption. No casualties have been reported.

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