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Kuwait

1,400 engineers holding fake engineering degrees: KSE

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 10: Head of Kuwait Engineers Society (KES) Engineer Faisal Al-Atl stated in a recent interview that nearly 1,400 fake engineering certificate holders have been discovered, Annahar daily. He said the above-stated figure was detected when government officially assigned KES to review and accredit the certificates of expatriate …

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MoH inspecting health facilities, stores to check drugs expiration

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 10, (KUNA): Kuwait Ministry of Health (MoH) started inspection campaigns of government and private health facilities to check expiration of medicine and cosmetic materials, in order to make sure they were safe for human beings, an MoH official said Tuesday. The campaigns are in line with Minister …

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Egypt thanks Kuwait for reclaiming Pharaoh artifact

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 10:  Egyptian Foreign Ministry expressed gratitude to Kuwait on Wednesday for cooperating to bring back the lid of a rare antique coffin that had been smuggled into the Gulf state last March. A ministry statement said the ancient piece was brought back following a relentless follow-up and …

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Girls high school students punished for not returning tablets

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 10: Several parents of girls high school students have complained to the concerned authorities about the action taken by the school manager to mark the students absent for the entire day if they fail to hand over the computer tablets to the school authorities, reports Al-Rai daily. …

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‘Jordanian varsities did not issue any fake certificates’

Do not use yellow paper: MoF KUWAIT CITY, Oct 10: Jordanian Minister of Higher Education Dr Adel Al-Towaissi made clear that reports received by his ministry from Kuwaiti officials confirm the private and governmental Jordanian universities did not issue any fake certificate, reports Al-Qabas daily. Speaking to the daily, Al- …

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CSC offers jobs to 14,800 Kuwaitis this year

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 9: Civil Service Commission (CSC) has offered employment to 14,800 male and female Kuwaiti citizens from the start of this year until date, including about 5,000 male and female teachers, reports Aljarida daily quoting informed sources. They affirmed that CSC seeks to offer employment to more than …

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Good grades to condition private sector expats for residence renewal in Kuwait

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 9: While the concerned authorities prepare to start the implementation of a project to verify the certificates of expatriates as a condition for renewal of residence, the Public Authority for Manpower (PAM) will not issue work permits for university graduates in the private sector in Kuwait, unless …

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Kuwait 55th, Japan first in passport power rating

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 9, (Agencies): Kuwait ranked 55th, along with Ecuador, in the 2018 Henley Passport Index with its citizens having visa-free or visa-on-arrival access to 93 destinations. Using data from the International Air Transport Association (IATA), the index ranks countries based on the number of destinations that their citizens …

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New list of accredited Egyptian universities has been prepared

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 9: With the aim of controlling education quality, National System for Academic Accreditation and Education Quality Assurance has prepared a new list of Egyptian universities where citizens can study. They are – Cairo University, Alexandria University, Ein Shamas University, Al-Mansoura University, Assiut University, Al-Azhar University and American …

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Govt’s decree on returning Early Retirement Bill to Parliament ‘rejected’

Parliamentary panel finalizes its report on bill KUWAIT CITY, Oct 9: The parliamentary Financial and Economic Affairs Committee has finalized its report on the Early Retirement Bill. The committee rejected the government’s decree on returning the bill to the National Assembly for revision, rebutting justifications given by the government. It …

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