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Kuwait

Candidates urged to make youth violence issue a priority

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 18, (KUNA): Over the past decade, youth antisocial and violent behavior has become a great national concern and a top political policy …

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Bylaws target ‘sheltering’ absconders, incite escape

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 17: Director General of Residency Affairs Department at Ministry of Interior Major General Talal Marafie says, “Ministry of Interior has completed the …

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Expat teachers vow not to back down until their rights restored

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 17: A multitude of expatriate teachers have vowed that they will not back down until their rights are restored and the decision …

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Election candidates drop marginal workers’ issue from their priorities

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 17, (KUNA): The excessive rise in expat marginal workers in Kuwait constitutes an alarming problem, however it seems candidates for the forthcoming …

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KD 8 million spent paying Non Kuwaiti employees of Ministry of Education

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 17: A total of KD 8 million was spent in the fiscal year of 2014/2015 for paying the salaries of non-Kuwaiti employees …

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Candidate cautions firms may divert investment on reforms – Call to raise pensions

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 17: The National Assembly and government members must encourage young people to work independently and to stop bureaucracy which dissuades youths from …

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Age limit restrictions on elderly parent ups worry – ‘50 years too low a cut off’

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 16: In this week’s Arab Times online poll, readers responded to the restrictions on visa for parents of expatriates above 50 years. …

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MoE denies alleged resignation of expat teachers

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 16: Human Resources Department Director at the Ministry of Education Soud Al-Juwaisar has denied the alleged resignation of expatriate teachers who signed …

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Kuwait marks biggest change in terror index

LONDON, Nov 16, (Agencies): Deaths from terrorism in OECD countries increased by 650 percent last year despite a marked fall globally as Islamic State (IS) …

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IMF urges subsidy reforms

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 16, (AFP): Kuwait must enact further subsidy reforms to trim its budget deficit resulting from low oil prices despite political sensitivity, the …

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