Sunday , October 22 2017

Crime

Remote planes ban eyed

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 18: The Interior Ministry has prepared a draft law which will come into effect soon to ban the use of remote controlled wireless planes near vital installations or sensitive areas and also near residential places, reports Al-Shahed daily. According to reliable sources the legal affairs division of …

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Indian commits suicide in livestock pen another Indian attempts suicide

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 18: An Indian who is believed to be in his 40s recently ended his life by hanging himself with a rope inside the livestock pen of his sponsor in Kabad, reports Al- Rai daily. The death was reported to the police by the sponsor. In his statement …

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Six for deportation

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 17: Personnel from the Residence Affairs Department recently raided three locations and arrested six Asians for stealing telephone lines and offering illegal overseas call services, reports Annahar daily. Police have confiscated computers and communication devices from the illegal service providers and referred them to the authorities prior …

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Teacher posing as royal – Officers harrased

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 17: A Jordanian teacher at the Ministry of Education, identified as A.A., physically attacked a Major in the office of Secretary to the Assistant Undersecretary for Traffic Affairs of Ministry of Interior Major General Abdullah Al- Muhanna under the guise of being a member of the ruling …

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Asian man, woman attempt suicide in 2 incidents

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 17: An Asian worker tried to commit suicide in the house of his employer in Al-Naseem by hanging. He is now confined in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at Jahra Hospital, says Al- Seyassah. Paramedics and security officers rushed to the location after the Operations Room in …

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MoI gearing up for ‘never before’ raid to trap illegals

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 16: The Ministry of Interior is preparing a nationwide campaign, like never before to arrest the more than 113,000 expatriate violators of residence and labor laws who have until now succeeded in hoodwinking the security authorities, reports Al- Qabas daily quoting knowledgeable security sources. The sources added …

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Filipino Maid tortured for 6 years; no salary paid at all

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 16: In one of the worst cases of abuse of domestic helpers, the Criminal Court has set March 15, 2016, to look into the case of a Kuwaiti woman who stands accused of torturing her maid for six years, burning her and not paying her the salary …

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Stolen manhole covers land in scrapyard – Call to arrest, deport offenders

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 16: Manhole covers have found their way far from their designated places as they ended up in metal selling areas (scrapyard), according to a video clip posted on a social networking website by environmental activist and Chairman of Green Line Group Khaled Al-Hajiri. The video clip showed …

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Bulgarian acquitted of using fake credit cards to steal money

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 16: The Cassation Court, headed by Judge Salem Al-Khudeir, acquitted a Bulgarian of stealing money from customers of banks by using fake credit cards which were forged through invisible devices put in ATM cards. Case files indicate the Bulgarian was part of three-member gang charged with falsifying …

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Lost shoes, find them in ‘Souk Haramiya’? – Police reject reports of school brawl, deaths

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 15: Social media users uploaded and shared photos of a bloody quarrel in Al-Jarri School in Fahaheel, which allegedly led to the death of three students. Security sources vehemently denied the allegation, asserting there was no fight or death of students in the school. Sources affirmed security …

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