Friday , October 20 2017

Kuwait University professor summoned for abusive tweets against Saudi Arabia – Account Hacked – Jumping Red Light

6 wanted men held: Securitymen from the Capital Security Directorate arrested six persons wanted by law for their involvement in civilian and criminal cases, as well as recovered a stolen vehicle in the area. This is part of the ongoing security campaigns carried out by the directorate under the supervision and in compliance with the instructions of Security Director Major General Ibrahim Al-Tarah.

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Breaking red light: The Farwaniya police during a crackdown against the truck and bus drivers have issued 15 citations for jumping the red traffic light and 15 others for committing other violations, reports Al-Kuwaitiah daily. The 15 drivers, who were arrested for jumping the red traffic light, have been referred to the Public Prosecution.

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Account hacked: An unidentified expatriate has filed a complaint with the Sharq Police Station accusing an unidentified person of withdrawing KD 900 from his bank account, reports Al-Anba daily. The complainant said he is surprised because the credit card has been with him from day one it was issued and he had never given the card or his secret number to anyone.

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New amendment: Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister Sheikh Mohammad Al-Khalid has issued a decision to amend the terms and conditions for nomination to promotion courses for police officers and non-commissioned officers, reports Al-Rai daily. The new amendment states the nominees to the said courses should be born to Kuwaiti parents and hold high school certificates from Kuwaiti schools.

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Abusive tweets: State Security police summoned the professor of the Kuwait University, Dr Ali Al-Bloushi, for allegedly posting abusive tweets against Saudi Arabia on his Twitter account, reports Al-Rai daily. The daily, without going into details, said the professor was interrogated for several hours.

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Decision delayed: The Acting Director- General of Sa’ad Al-Abdullah Academy for Security Sciences, Brigadier Nasser Burasli has postponed his decision to retire from the academy, reports Al-Rai daily quoting reliable sources. According to reliable sources as soon as Brigadier Burasli tendered his resignation, officials at the Interior Ministry persuaded him to change his mind.

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Cash stolen: A Kuwaiti owner of a beauty parlor has filed a complaint with the Jabriya Police Station accusing a Filipino employee of stealing KD 420, reports Al-Rai daily. Police are looking for the suspect.

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