Wednesday , January 23 2019

Insight

After petrol … real pain

THE recent petrol price hikes in Kuwait have, no doubt, been irksome, but not too painful to justify the huge public outcry that has erupted. …

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‘Marine Fort’ better name for a city built out of nylon – No seamen, dhows in place

Kuwaitis are known for traveling. In the past, they traveled for commerce and excelled as traders through determination and hard work. Kuwaitis went far and …

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Message against trafficking

All over the world, tens of millions of people are desperately seeking refuge, many of them far from home and even farther from safety.  Migrants …

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V4 a brand for success

On July 1, Poland took over the one-year presidency of the Visegrad Group (V4), Central Europe’s chief organization of regional cooperation consisting of the Czech …

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A blessed Eid

At the end of Ramadan I would like to wish all people of the Muslim faith a blessed Festival of the Breaking of the Fast, …

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Amid progress more still to do

More than 20 million people around the world are trapped in human trafficking, also called modern slavery. It is a crime that happens almost everywhere …

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‘Need to fix tool of justice’ – Who’s poisoning world body?

THE world was shocked at the news that the Arab coalition, led by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, is included on the United Nation’s blacklist …

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‘Shut this mouthpiece for good’ – ‘Political tune disgusting’

PLATO said: “We can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark, the real tragedy of life is when men are afraid of …

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‘Good sailors can only hit safe shores’

MANY things have lost their splendor in this beautiful homeland. Positions have changed as if something exploded slowly and led to the deteriorating performance of …

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Pocatello, US ‘terror’ Idaho State University – May Almighty Allah protect everyone

IT HAS BEEN not long ago since US President Barack Obama verbally transgressed against the Arabian Peninsula and its peaceful people, but now we are …

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