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School degrees in doubt at every level – Corruption deep

MP WARNS ON LOSS OF CONFIDENCE IN EDUCATION SYSTEM KUWAIT CITY, July 30: The Kuwaiti educational system has been under fire over the last months as MPs have been focusing on the issue for a long time, but recent developments including cases of fraudulent credentials set MPs on a war …

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MPs react to attack on inspectors from Municipality by some expats

Call to address lopsided population structure KUWAIT CITY, July 30: A number of MPs reacted to news about the attack on Kuwait Municipality inspectors by some expatriates who used sharp objects and cleavers — thereby, reiterating the call to address the lopsided population structure issue through the deportation of expatriate …

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Job market in Kuwait today is not as vibrant as it used to be

I am a university graduate. I have 10 years experience in Kuwait. My present company is having some work related issues, work load and I am not in good relation with my managers. After these issues, I tried to look for another job and I had sent applications to many …

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Kuwait keen on tackling human peddling: minister

‘Fake degrees phenomenon on agenda’ KUWAIT CITY, July 30, (KUNA): Deputy Foreign Minister Khaled Al-Jarallah, on Monday, stressed Kuwait’s support for the international community in its efforts to combat human trafficking. Al-Jarallah made his remarks on the sidelines of his participation in the world day against human trafficking celebration organized …

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Kuwaiti couple banned from leaving over Lanka assault

KUWAIT CITY, July 30: A Sri Lankan court Monday impounded the passports of a Kuwaiti couple who tried to smuggle a dog into the country and assaulted five customs officers who tried to stop them, says AFP. A magistrate ordered immigration authorities to prevent the couple from leaving Sri Lanka and …

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Malaysia Airlines plane may have been hijacked – Controls manipulated

PUTRAJAYA, Malaysia, July 30, (Agencies): A Malaysian-led independent investigation report released Monday, more than four years after Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared, highlighted shortcomings in the government’s response and raised the possibility of “intervention by a third party.” The report, prepared by a 19-member international team, reiterated Malaysia’s assertion the …

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PAM ‘codifies’ work … women – Pay equality with men specified

KUWAIT CITY, July 29: As part of its continuous efforts to organize work procedures in the private and oil sectors, the Public Authority for Manpower (PAM) issued administrative decision number 552 specifying places where women are allowed to work at night (12 activities), reports Al- Anba daily. The Labor Law …

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Student violence in schools has gone from bad to worse

Girls doing the same even surpassing their male KUWAIT CITY, July 29: Violence among students in educational institutions — from fighting to destruction of properties — has worsened and it is no longer observed among boys alone as the girls are doing the same now; even surpassing their male peers …

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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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