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Six labourers remanded in custody for killing co-worker Man beats wife, holds her captive in home

KUWAIT CITY, July 25: The Ahmadi Public Prosecution have remanded to police custody six laborers for allegedly killing an unidentified Egyptian laborer, reports Al-Anba daily. The daily added, earlier the six men had informed the police that the laborer lost his balance and fell to his death from the sixth floor of a building under construction. However, a Forensic report showed the man was battered by ‘someone’ before he fell to his death. Police are interrogating the six men whose identities have not been given.

Wife held captive: The Khaitan police are looking for an unidentified Kuwaiti man for allegedly holding his wife captive inside her home, severely beating her, brandishing a firearm and threatening to kill her, reports Al-Rai daily. The daily quoting security sources said the wife who found herself trapped in the marital home was able to escape and file a complaint with the Khaitan Police Station. However, when the police went to the home of the couple they did not find the husband. A case of assault, threat to murder and holding his wife captive has been filed against the husband.
Liquor peddler held: The Farwaniya police have arrested an unidentified Asian for bootlegging, reports Al-Rai daily. According to the daily a police patrol affiliated to the Farwaniya governorate saw the suspect with a bag in hand in a dimly lit place in the area and when he saw the police patrol, he abandoned the bag and attempted to escape from the scene. Police chased and arrested the man and seized from him 22 polyethylene bags filled with locally-manufactured alcohol, each bag containing approximately one liter of alcohol. The bootlegger during interrogation has admitted to trading in booze. The booze and the suspect have been handed over to the General Department for Drugs and Alcohol Control.
Passports returned: The Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior has ordered the General Criminal Investigation Department to hand over the passports of 49 expatriate employees of the Alyawm TV channel and the Kuwait Alyawm newspaper, reports Al-Rai daily. The daily added the expatriates had been summoned for interrogation after the Ministry of Information slapped a ban on these two media outlets to identify what role they had played in the recent publication of riots in the country by the so-called opposition. According to the daily these employees have been asked to look for another sponsor and undertake not to work for mass media.
Syrian swindled: Police are looking for an unidentified bedoun for betrayal of trust and ‘stealing’ KD 15,000 from a Syrian, reports Al-Rai daily. In his complaint to the police the Syrian said the bedoun lured him to join his business — to buy truck in partnership which was to be rented out to construction companies. The Syrian said although he did not have the money, he borrowed some from his friends and relatives and after giving the money to the suspect, he disappeared and closed his cell phone.
Police are looking for the suspect.

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