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Riyadh admits to death in altercation

Egypt, Bahrain, UAE, Yemen applaud Saudi probe … US Congress skeptical RIYADH, Oct 20, (Agencies): The Attorney General of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia stated the following: “Preliminary investigations carried out by the Public Prosecution Office into the disappearance of Saudi citizen Jamal bin Ahmad Khashoggi revealed that the discussions …

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Expats Parents over 60 to be granted visit visa for one month

Syria, Iraq, Pakistan, Iran, Afghanistan and Yemen ban continues KUWAIT CITY, Oct 18: Director General for Residency Affairs in the Ministry of Interior Major General Abdullah Al-Hajeri has granted residency affairs departments in all six governorates the prerogative to issue visit visas for one month to the parents of residents …

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MP urges head-count on expats, Kuwaiti ‘jobless’

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 18: MP Askar Al-Enezi has submitted a proposal for the government to conduct a survey in order to determine the exact number of jobless Kuwaitis and the non-Kuwaitis employed in public and private sectors. Al-Enezi said his proposal aims to gauge the impact of the job replacement …

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Relatively hot weather to dominate weekend

Friday will witness waves between two to five feet during the day KUWAIT CITY, Oct 18, (KUNA): Weather in Kuwait during the weekend will be relatively hot with variable light to moderate southeastern winds dominating the atmosphere, said a Kuwaiti meteorologist Thursday. Speaking to KUNA, meteorologist Abdulaziz Al-Qarawi said that …

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KNPC officials under probe for embezzlement – Indian official involved

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 18: The Kuwait National Petroleum Company (KNPC) has submitted a comprehensive report to the State Audit Bureau on the results of internal investigations conducted by the company which revealed the suspicious conflict of interest and prejudice of public money, reports Al-Rai daily. The report shows the involvement …

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Mnuchin to skip Saudi investment conference

PUTIN SAYS CAN’T JUSTIFY SPOILING SAUDI TIES OVER KHASHOGGI WASHINGTON, Oct 18, (Agencies): US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Thursday he will skip next week’s Saudi investment summit, dealing another blow to Riyadh following the suspected murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. “I will not be participating in the Future Investment …

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LAWMAKER PROPOSES MEASURE TO EASE TRAFFIC CONGESTION

Smart-app accidents without casualties KUWAIT CITY, Oct 17: MP Mohammed Al- Huwaila has presented a proposal to develop the Ministry of Interior smart phone application such that traffic accidents without casualties can be reported through the application and then receive the police report electronically. Considering that accidents are one of …

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Ministry of Commerce will not allow gender mixing in sports clubs & health institutes

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 17: Ministry of Commerce and Industry will not allow gender-mixing in sports clubs and health institutes as it violates Islamic law, commercial laws and public morals in the country, reports Al-Jarida daily quoting informed sources. They added the ministry, based on instructions from Minister Khalid Al-Roudhan, investigated …

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Large number of massage parlors raided – Filipinos, Thai transvestites referred for deportation

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 17: The Ministry of Interior in its continued efforts to cleanse the country of immoral acts, organized surprise inspection campaigns against a number of massage institutes in Hawally because these outlets allowed immoral acts under the cover of massage services, reports Al-Rai daily. The campaign resulted in …

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3,048 bottles liquor seized

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 17: Customs authorities at the Shuwaikh Port recovered around 3,048 bottles of foreign liquor stashed in a container which had been lying there since 90 days, says Al-Seyassah daily. Manager of the Search and Complaints Department said that the container was taken into control for search after …

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