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Al Sumait Prize for Health announces 3 joint winners of $1 million for 2018

Jury recognizes their exemplary work in health improvement in Africa KUWAIT CITY, Nov 21: Three joint winners of the 2018 cycle of Al Sumait Prize …

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Motorist disregards orders, rams into police car hurting 2, flees in hot chase

 KUWAIT CITY, Nov 21: The Fifth Ring Road witnessed a police chase when a reckless motorist, who was driving a 4×4 vehicle, disregarded the …

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‘85,000 children under 5 may have died’

Port clashes despite calls for Yemen truce SANAA, Yemen, Nov 21, (AP): Fighting between Saudi-led coalition forces and Yemen’s Shiite rebels flared up again around …

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Rain bares desert mines, bad buildings; Tenants seek new accommodations

MORE SEVERE WEATHER AHEAD, CONTINGENCY PLAN ACTIVATED KUWAIT CITY, Nov 20, (Agencies): Kuwait Interior Ministry said on Tuesday that it had received 20 reports on …

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Proposal approves Kuwaiti citizenship for non-Muslims – Bid to achieve equality

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 20: In a bid to eliminate discrimination and achieve equality within the framework of international human rights standards, the parliamentary committee for …

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KD 13 million fake meals? – A new corruption case

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 20: The Ministry of Interior is investigating the new corruption case which shows a number of supply companies are involved of providing …

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WHO says Iraq river pollution toxic to fish

The World Health Organization says laboratory tests completed after a shocking fish die-off in Iraq’s Euphrates River show the water is contaminated with high levels …

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Moroccan woman accused of killing her boyfriend; remains feed to Pakistanis

DUBAI: Prosecutors in the United Arab Emirates are accusing a Moroccan woman of killing her boyfriend, then butchering and cooking his body and serving his …

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Muslims celebrate Prophet’s birthday

AKRA, Iraq, Nov 20, (AFP): From sufis in Iraqi Kurdistan shaking their hair to rhythmic drumbeats, to Libyan children receiving toys and Egyptians swapping sweets …

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Cabinet bans all firms linked to rainfall damage pending probe

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 19, (KUNA):The Cabinet meanwhile, banned all companies and architectural firms that designed and implemented housing, infrastructure and road projects damaged by recent …

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