Crime

MoI unlocks traffic violations

KUWAIT CITY, March 12: The Interior Ministry has announced it would open the locks on traffic violations (except the serious ones) at the Gulf Traffic Week exhibition, held at the Avenues and The Gate Mall. The Directorate General for Media Relations and Media said in a press statement that the …

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Asian liquor peddlers held; Many drifters nabbed

KUWAIT CITY, March 12: Two Asian expatriates were arrested in Salmiya area in possession of 40 bottles of locally manufactured liquor, says Al-Seyassah. According to security sources, Hawally securitymen were patrolling Salmiya area at night when they suspected a vehicle with two occupants and ordered the driver to pull over. …

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Blood money, moral damages – Compensate for son’s loss

KUWAIT CITY, March 12: The Court of First Instance has ordered a local insurance company to pay KD 10,000 as blood money along with KD 59,000 to a Kuwaiti citizen and his family for the death of his son. Lawyer Yousef Al-Delmani, on behalf of the citizen and his family, …

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Two youths steal month’s rent, flee

KUWAIT CITY, March 12: Two unknown youths stole KD 3,000 from an Egyptian expatriate who had collected this amount from the tenants of a building in Khaitan area, says Al-Seyassah. According to security sources, when the Operations Room of Ministry of Interior received information about the incident, securitymen and paramedics …

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CASE LIKELY AGAINST ALLEGED ABUSER

MANILA, March 11: In what is seen as a new ‘twist’ to the ongoing negotiations, the Philippines Embassy is suing the sponsor of a Filipino maid, who was allegedly systematically abused and tortured over the past three months reports Al Anba daily The daily added, the victim was in the service …

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Ban on birds and eggs from the United Kingdom, Japan and Thailand

KUWAIT CITY, March 11: Director- General of the Kuwait General Administration of Customs (GAC) Jamal Al-Jalawi has issued a decision to temporarily ban the import of all types of live birds and eggs from the United Kingdom, Japan and Thailand because of the outbreak of bird flu in those countries, …

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‘Qat’ with Africa woman

KUWAIT CITY, March 11 : Customs officers at the Kuwait International Airport recently foiled the attempt of an African woman to smuggle ‘drugs’ into the country, reports Al-Anba daily. Customs officers have seized from her 1.25 kilos of qat (qat – one of the most common forms of drug use …

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Probe starts if seized statue from Pharaonic era

KUWAIT CITY, March 11: A committee headed by Egyptian and Kuwaiti experts will examine the statue or the cover of a coffin that was seized at Kuwait International Airport last Friday to identify if it belongs to the Pharaonic era, reports Al-Anba daily. A high-level source at the National Council for …

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Egyptian drug peddler held; GCC national robber arrested

KUWAIT CITY, March 11:  The Hawally police have arrested an unidentified Egyptian for trafficking in drugs and narcotic pills, reports Al-Anba daily. The daily quoting security sources said the suspect was arrested on suspicion and when police checked his car, they found a quantity of Tramadol pills and a finger …

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Jordanian woman kicked out of the house by her Kuwaiti husband

KUWAIT CITY, March 11 : A Jordanian woman has filed a complaint with the police accusing her Kuwaiti husband of assaulting her and throwing her out of the house, reports Al-Rai daily. In her complaint, the wife told police this happened over an argument. She added when she returned home …

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