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“Red Label” liquor bottles worth KD 0.5 mln seized

KUWAIT CITY, July 29: A total of 393,593 cartons, each with 6,458 imported “Red Label” liquor bottles, worth more than half million dinars were discovered among wood planks inside a container that arrived at Shuwaikh Port from an Asian country in the name of a company. According to sources, customs …

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Drug reverses hair loss, skin damage

FDA declines to OK Insys Therapeutics opioid painkiller KUWAIT CITY, July 29, (Agencies): In a series of experiments with mice, Johns Hopkins investigators have used an experimental compound to successfully reverse hair loss, hair whitening and skin inflammation linked by previous studies to human diets heavy in fat and cholesterol. …

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Kuwait central pivot for Yemen peace: UN envoy

KUWAIT CITY, July 29, (KUNA): “Kuwait is the central pivot for us and for peace in Yemen,” said United Nations Special Envoy to Yemen Martin Griffiths on Sunday. His remarks came after being received by His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah. “I have lived a long life …

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PAM’s expat workers shelter solves problems of 223 maids in 3 months

‘MoE needs to conduct traffic studies for all its projects’ KUWAIT CITY, July 28: Expatriate Workers Shelter affiliated to the Public Authority for Manpower has achieved a great deal for workers in the country in terms of humanitarian welfare and solved the problems of 223 housemaids within three months, reports …

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Bachelors living in ‘private’ residential areas discussed

‘Rabya for Better’ meet takes up issue KUWAIT CITY, July 28: Sabah bin Rashrash Diwaniya in Rabya area organized a meeting titled “Rabya for Better” in the presence of well-known residents of the area to discuss the problem related to the spread of bachelors living in private residential areas in …

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Australian govt continues to supply Kuwait with live sheep

‘T2 construction contract does not include car parks’ KUWAIT CITY, July 28: Undersecretary of Ministry of Commerce and Industry Dr Khalid Al-Fadhel affirmed that the Australian Government continues to supply Kuwait with live sheep, denying that it has banned the export of sheep to Kuwaiti markets, reports Al-Qabas daily. He …

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Ministry referred over 100 forged certificates to Public Prosecution in last four years

Dar Al-Quran employee said obtained fake certificate KUWAIT CITY, July 28: The Ministry of Higher Education has referred more than 100 forged certificates to the Public Prosecution in the last four years, reports Al-Qabas daily quoting sources. Sources expect more forged certificates to be referred to the prosecution next week …

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Kuwaiti duo held as Lankan Customs officials assaulted

KUWAIT CITY, July 28: Sri Lankan police on Friday arrested a Kuwaiti couple accused of assault which left five Customs officers injured and in the hospital as they tried to stop the couple from smuggling a pet dog, officials said. A 32-year-old woman and her 29-year-old partner, both Kuwaitis, turned …

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New protests sweep Iraq – Fight corruption: Sistani

BAGHDAD, Iraq, July 28, (Agencies): Thousands of people took to the streets of Baghdad and cities across southern Iraq on Friday in the latest protests against corruption, social ills and political leadership. Surrounded by a cordon of anti-riot personnel equipped with electric batons, protestors in Baghdad’s Tahrir Square accused leaders …

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Impact on Kuwait oil exports limited

SAUDIS HALT OIL EXPORTS IN RED SEA LANE AFTER ATTACKS KUWAIT CITY/DUBAI, July 26, (Agencies): A recent attack by the Yemen’s Iranaligned Houthi movement on a Saudi oil tanker in the Bab Al Mandeb strait has had only a limited impact on Kuwait exports, the state news agency KUNA reported …

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