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Kuwaiti stabs Syrian taxi driver asking for his fare

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 3: A Syrian taxi driver sustained serious injuries when a Kuwaiti stabbed him five times in different parts of his body after he demanded payment for taxi fare.
Preliminary investigations revealed the Kuwaiti hailed the cab in Riqqa and asked the driver to take him to Farwaniya. Upon arrival at the destination, the driver demanded for the agreed taxi fare but the Kuwaiti refused to pay. When the driver insisted, the Kuwaiti took a sharp object from his pocket and stabbed the driver five times.
The victim, who was bleeding profusely due to the stab wounds he suffered, crawled out of the taxi and asked for help from passersby while the Kuwaiti drove the vehicle to escape from the scene. A passerby took the taxi driver to Farwaniya Hospital where he is now confined at the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).
A case was registered and investigations are in progress to arrest the suspect.

Laptop theft mystery solved: Operatives of the Criminal Investigation Department solved the mystery behind laptop thefts in the Ministry of Health by nailing a Kuwaiti citizen who works at the Information Systems Center affiliated to the ministry, reports Al- Seyassah daily. In a press statement, the Ministry of Interior disclosed that operatives from Criminal Investigation Department in the Capital managed to arrest the suspect in possession of 68 laptops he stole from the center, indicating arrest followed instructions issued by the Assistant Undersecretary for Criminal Security Affairs Major General Abdulhameed Al-Awadhi to apprehend the suspect without delay and present him for justice. The statement added a team headed by Director of the Capital Investigation Department Colonel Khalid Al-Khamees garnered details and evidences leading to arrest the suspect after confirming a worker at the center had a connection with the theft. It noted that surveillance camera was installed at the premises to identify the suspect who confessed to the crime after his arrest and admitted keeping the stolen items inside an apartment. He was referred to the concerned authority.

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